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25th Jul '17 9:34:15 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining about being left out, snarking at the actions of others and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.

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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines sulking, complaining about being left out, out and snarking at the actions of others and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.
25th Jul '17 9:32:52 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.

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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining about being left out, snarking at the actions of others and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.
25th Jul '17 9:32:24 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help solve the problem. Either way, the fragmentation of the movement just leads to petty infighting, internal divisions and wounded pride instead of a unified front which actually addresses the issues.

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*** Shirley's approach (Womanism) (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help solve address the problem. Either way, the fragmentation of the movement issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to petty infighting, internal divisions further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride instead of rather than a unified front which actually addresses solves the issues.problem.
25th Jul '17 9:30:08 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help solve the problem. Either way, the fragmentation of the movement just leads to petty infighting, internal divisions and wounded pride instead of a unified front which actually addresses the issues.
16th Jul '17 7:53:22 AM BKelly95
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* Abed's genre savviness comes into play very often with him able to predict what's going to happen based on the tropes he sees developing. So, what happens when he consciously [[DefiedTrope defies]] one? (Specifically, Jeff's FiveFiveFive number.) He ends up causing disaster (tanking Jeff's independent law office).
15th Jul '17 9:26:47 AM Discar
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3rd Jul '17 4:24:00 AM Piterpicher
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* [[Recap/CommunityS1E11ThePoliticsOfHumanSexuality The Politics of Human Sexuality]]: in an earlier episode Troy mentions that Dean Pelton looks like {{Moby}}. Annie needs to see the Dean's statue's [[Literature/MobyDick white dick]]. What does Shirley say when she sees it?

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* [[Recap/CommunityS1E11ThePoliticsOfHumanSexuality The Politics of Human Sexuality]]: in an earlier episode Troy mentions that Dean Pelton looks like {{Moby}}.Music/{{Moby}}. Annie needs to see the Dean's statue's [[Literature/MobyDick white dick]]. What does Shirley say when she sees it?
27th Jun '17 2:26:41 PM Discar
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** There were quite a few subtle hints throughout the season that Jeff and Britta were sleeping together. When they were drunk in "[[Recap/CommunityS2E08CooperativeCalligraphy Cooperative Calligraphy]]" Britta says that Jeff "usually" wears a specific pattern of underwear (implying she's seen him naked on a regular basis; note that Abed reacted to this one), in "[[Recap/CommunityS2E10MixologyCertification Mixology Certification]]" they immediately started making out when they thought they were alone (they forgot Abed was sitting right there), and in "[[Recap/CommunityS2E18CustodyLawAndEasternEuropeanDiplomacy Custody Law and Eastern European Diplomacy]]" it's mentioned that Britta apparently gossiped to Troy and Abed about some annoying things Jeff does during sex (which implies that they've had sex more than once, as it's pretty hard for things to get annoying after just one time).

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** There were quite a few subtle hints throughout the season that Jeff and Britta were sleeping together. When they were drunk in In "[[Recap/CommunityS2E08CooperativeCalligraphy Cooperative Calligraphy]]" Britta says that Jeff "usually" wears a specific pattern of underwear (implying she's seen him naked on a regular basis; note that Abed reacted to this one), when they were drunk in "[[Recap/CommunityS2E10MixologyCertification Mixology Certification]]" they immediately started making out when they thought they were alone (they forgot Abed was sitting right there), and in "[[Recap/CommunityS2E18CustodyLawAndEasternEuropeanDiplomacy Custody Law and Eastern European Diplomacy]]" it's mentioned that Britta apparently gossiped to Troy and Abed about some annoying things Jeff does during sex (which implies that they've had sex more than once, as it's pretty hard for things to get annoying after just one time).
27th Jun '17 12:44:05 PM Discar
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** There were quite a few subtle hints throughout the season that Jeff and Britta were sleeping together. When they were drunk in "[[Recap/CommunityS2E08CooperativeCalligraphy Cooperative Calligraphy]]" Britta says that Jeff "usually" wears a specific pattern of underwear (implying she's seen him naked on a regular basis; note that Abed reacted to this one), in "[[Recap/CommunityS2E10MixologyCertification Mixology Certification]]" they immediately started making out when they thought they were alone (they forgot Abed was sitting right there), and in "[[Recap/CommunityS2E18CustodyLawAndEasternEuropeanDiplomacy Custody Law and Eastern European Diplomacy]]" it's mentioned that Britta apparently gossiped to Troy and Abed about some annoying things Jeff does during sex (which implies that they've had sex more than once, as it's pretty hard for things to get annoying after just one time).



* Jeff has often been presented as the TeamDad of the Greendale Seven throughout the show's run, and on a few of those occasions, Britta has additionally been portrayed as a TeamMom. In [[Recap/CommunityS6E13EmotionalConsequencesOfBroadcastTelevision the finale]], they end up as the only original members of the group still at Greendale. If one looks at the school as the group's home, this makes the two of them platonic empty nesters.

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* [[Recap/CommunityS6E13EmotionalConsequencesOfBroadcastTelevision Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television]]:
** Annie's SuspiciouslySpecificDenial implies that she was the Ass-Crack Bandit. There were a few hints of this in "[[Recap/CommunityS5E03BasicInterglutealNumismatics Basic Intergluteal Numismatics]]:"
*** Annie is the one who receives the warning from the Ass-Crack Bandit. Not only is the warning conveniently included in her crime-class project, but there's really no reason to send the warning to her instead of the Dean.
*** Duncan gets attacked shortly after trolling Annie by implying he's the bandit. Annie has been shown to have a vengeful side.
*** The entire plan--utilizing a voice recorder bounced through Greendale's network so it's impossible to trace--is overly complicated, exactly the kind of thing Annie likes. Her forensic classes would also teach her how to avoid leaving behind any evidence.
*** What's the end result of the Bandit's rampage? [[ShipTease Annie gets to spend a lot of time with Jeff]]. Note that this was the episode where the Dean pointed out that they're using the campus events to spend time with each other.
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Jeff has often been presented as the TeamDad of the Greendale Seven throughout the show's run, and on a few of those occasions, Britta has additionally been portrayed as a TeamMom. In [[Recap/CommunityS6E13EmotionalConsequencesOfBroadcastTelevision the finale]], finale, they end up as the only original members of the group still at Greendale. If one looks at the school as the group's home, this makes the two of them platonic empty nesters.
25th Jun '17 8:08:25 AM BKelly95
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** Annie is shocked to discover her game character is named "Hector, the Well-Endowed." Abed explains that he didn't realize they were going to grab the character sheets at random and made that one for Troy. Shirley responds "Yeah, I just bet you did." While her tone suggests a comment on the HoYay between Troy and Abed, she might have a point. Abed previously displayed an ability to predict the actions of the study group based on their personalities ("Debate 109"), so he might have predicted the order they grabbed the sheets. Further evidence: Britta, the ardent feminist of the group, is the only one whose character has a decidedly feminine name (Lavernica).
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