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* [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xb9sw9_communiy-somewhere-out-there_shortfilms The entire resolution]] in "Environmental Science." Troy faces his fear of rats to help Abed out after leaving him out to dry, Pierce helps Shirley to overcome her difficulty in public speaking, and Jeff reunites the Changs to make up for screwing the study group over (ItMakesSenseInContext).
* The scene following Jeff's statement that everyone in the group is a sexual prospect for one another in Romantic Expressionism is mostly hilarious, but the look on Jeff's face when he looks at Annie is so different from how we've seen him so far in this series, that it pushes over into heartwarming, even if you don't ship them.
* The tearful group hug between Britta, Annie, Shirley, Pierce and Troy at the end of "The Science of Illusion".



* Jeff to Annie: "You're a good kid, and I'd like to do my part to help you stay that way."
* [[Recap/CommunityS3E11UrbanMatrimonyAndTheSandwichArts Andre's proposal]]. He's pretty much set the standard.



* Pierce lying that he bribed the biology teacher to kick Jeff out, sacrificing his newfound acceptance so Jeff can get back in the group. Jeff promptly realizes it, and also moves to keep Pierce in the group.
* The ending of "Pillows and Blankets". Jeff offers to collect the imaginary 'friendship hats' he (sarcastically) offered to Troy and Abed earlier from the Dean's office, and leaves the room to do so. Annie, like the audience, assumes he merely stepped out long enough to give the impression of going to the Dean's office, but is still touched that he engaged with Abed and Troy on their wavelength in order to help resolve their conflict. [[spoiler: But then it reaches a whole new level when Jeff reveals that even though he knew perfectly well that they were made-up, despite himself he still went back to the Dean's office to get the 'proper' hats ''anyway'', since helping Troy and Abed restore their friendship meant that much to him. He even 'fixes' them up from where they were dropped.]]
** Initially, Jeff's dismissive of the whole conflict, manipulating each side so that he has a reason to avoid class. When he learns that it's escalated to the point where Troy and Abed are hurting each other's feelings, however, he immediately starts taking it more seriously and genuinely working to try and resolve it.



* In Virtual Systems Analysis
--> '''Abed!Dr. Shirley:''' Abed's been filtered out because nobody needs him.
--> '''Annie:''' '''I''' need him!



* The end of "Origins of Vampire Mythology", which involves one of the sweetest unspoken exchanges in the show, if not the the sweetest.
** Pierce and Chang being best friends. [[spoiler: It becomes a TearJerker when they stop.]]




to:

* Abed not only being the only one to notice how upset Annie is over Jeff and Britta's engagement in "Basic Sandwich", but taking the time to comfort and encourage her (in a very Abed way), reminding her that Jeff and Britta's relationship is far from perfect, and subtly telling her that her own story does not rely on Jeff's eventually returning her feelings to make it complete:
--> '''Abed:''' Annie, look, I don't know people, but I know TV. When characters feel like the show they're on is ending, their instinct is to spin off into something safer, in Jeff and Britta's case, something that would last six episodes and have a lot of bickering about tweezers and gluten, starring them and an equally W.A.S.P.-y brunette couple with a title like ''Better with My Worse Half'' or ''Awfully Wedded'' or ''Tying the Not'', but "knot" is spelt without a "k", or ''#[=CouplePeopleProblems=]'', and every episode [...] The point is, this show, Annie, it isn't just their show. This is our show, and it's not over. [[ItMakesSenseInContext And the sooner we find that treasure]], the faster the Jeff-Britta pilot falls apart.



* The end of Dan Harmon's voiceover rant that closes out the season six finale.
-->"Life may pass by while we ignore and mistreat those close to us. Those close to us may be those watching. Those people may want to know I love them but I may be incapable of saying it. [[MoodWhiplash Contains pieces the size of a child's esophagus]]."
** Jeff's goodbyes to Annie and Abed when dropping them off at the airport.
* Yahoo Screen uploaded Dan Harmon's commentary to the entirety of season six. In every episode he closes out his message to the audience with "I love you."



* ''"[[RunningGag Britta you're not the worst]], you're the best!"''



* [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xb9sw9_communiy-somewhere-out-there_shortfilms The entire resolution]] in "Environmental Science." Troy faces his fear of rats to help Abed out after leaving him out to dry, Pierce helps Shirley to overcome her difficulty in public speaking, and Jeff reunites the Changs to make up for screwing the study group over (ItMakesSenseInContext).

* The scene following Jeff's statement that everyone in the group is a sexual prospect for one another in Romantic Expressionism is mostly hilarious, but the look on Jeff's face when he looks at Annie is so different from how we've seen him so far in this series, that it pushes over into heartwarming, even if you don't ship them.
* Jeff to Annie: "You're a good kid, and I'd like to do my part to help you stay that way."

* Pierce lying that he bribed the biology teacher to kick Jeff out, sacrificing his newfound acceptance so Jeff can get back in the group. Jeff promptly realizes it, and also moves to keep Pierce in the group.
* The tearful group hug between Britta, Annie, Shirley, Pierce and Troy at the end of "The Science of Illusion".
* [[Recap/CommunityS3E11UrbanMatrimonyAndTheSandwichArts Andre's proposal]]. He's pretty much set the standard.
* The ending of "Pillows and Blankets". Jeff offers to collect the imaginary 'friendship hats' he (sarcastically) offered to Troy and Abed earlier from the Dean's office, and leaves the room to do so. Annie, like the audience, assumes he merely stepped out long enough to give the impression of going to the Dean's office, but is still touched that he engaged with Abed and Troy on their wavelength in order to help resolve their conflict. [[spoiler: But then it reaches a whole new level when Jeff reveals that even though he knew perfectly well that they were made-up, despite himself he still went back to the Dean's office to get the 'proper' hats ''anyway'', since helping Troy and Abed restore their friendship meant that much to him. He even 'fixes' them up from where they were dropped.]]
** Initially, Jeff's dismissive of the whole conflict, manipulating each side so that he has a reason to avoid class. When he learns that it's escalated to the point where Troy and Abed are hurting each other's feelings, however, he immediately starts taking it more seriously and genuinely working to try and resolve it.
* The end of "Origins of Vampire Mythology", which involves one of the sweetest unspoken exchanges in the show, if not the the sweetest.
** Pierce and Chang being best friends. [[spoiler: It becomes a TearJerker when they stop.]]
* ''"[[RunningGag Britta you're not the worst]], you're the best!"''
* In Virtual Systems Analysis
--> '''Abed!Dr. Shirley:''' Abed's been filtered out because nobody needs him.
--> '''Annie:''' '''I''' need him!
* Abed not only being the only one to notice how upset Annie is over Jeff and Britta's engagement in "Basic Sandwich", but taking the time to comfort and encourage her (in a very Abed way), reminding her that Jeff and Britta's relationship is far from perfect, and subtly telling her that her own story does not rely on Jeff's eventually returning her feelings to make it complete:
--> '''Abed:''' Annie, look, I don't know people, but I know TV. When characters feel like the show they're on is ending, their instinct is to spin off into something safer, in Jeff and Britta's case, something that would last six episodes and have a lot of bickering about tweezers and gluten, starring them and an equally W.A.S.P.-y brunette couple with a title like ''Better with My Worse Half'' or ''Awfully Wedded'' or ''Tying the Not'', but "knot" is spelt without a "k", or ''#[=CouplePeopleProblems=]'', and every episode [...] The point is, this show, Annie, it isn't just their show. This is our show, and it's not over. [[ItMakesSenseInContext And the sooner we find that treasure]], the faster the Jeff-Britta pilot falls apart.
* The end of Dan Harmon's voiceover rant that closes out the season six finale.
-->"Life may pass by while we ignore and mistreat those close to us. Those close to us may be those watching. Those people may want to know I love them but I may be incapable of saying it. [[MoodWhiplash Contains pieces the size of a child's esophagus]]."
** Jeff's goodbyes to Annie and Abed when dropping them off at the airport.
* Yahoo Screen uploaded Dan Harmon's commentary to the entirety of season six. In every episode he closes out his message to the audience with "I love you."

to:

* [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xb9sw9_communiy-somewhere-out-there_shortfilms The entire resolution]] in "Environmental Science." Troy faces his fear of rats to help Abed out after leaving him out to dry, Pierce helps Shirley to overcome her difficulty in public speaking, and Jeff reunites the Changs to make up for screwing the study group over (ItMakesSenseInContext).

* The scene following Jeff's statement that everyone in the group is a sexual prospect for one another in Romantic Expressionism is mostly hilarious, but the look on Jeff's face when he looks at Annie is so different from how we've seen him so far in this series, that it pushes over into heartwarming, even if you don't ship them.
* Jeff to Annie: "You're a good kid, and I'd like to do my part to help you stay that way."

* Pierce lying that he bribed the biology teacher to kick Jeff out, sacrificing his newfound acceptance so Jeff can get back in the group. Jeff promptly realizes it, and also moves to keep Pierce in the group.
* The tearful group hug between Britta, Annie, Shirley, Pierce and Troy at the end of "The Science of Illusion".
* [[Recap/CommunityS3E11UrbanMatrimonyAndTheSandwichArts Andre's proposal]]. He's pretty much set the standard.
* The ending of "Pillows and Blankets". Jeff offers to collect the imaginary 'friendship hats' he (sarcastically) offered to Troy and Abed earlier from the Dean's office, and leaves the room to do so. Annie, like the audience, assumes he merely stepped out long enough to give the impression of going to the Dean's office, but is still touched that he engaged with Abed and Troy on their wavelength in order to help resolve their conflict. [[spoiler: But then it reaches a whole new level when Jeff reveals that even though he knew perfectly well that they were made-up, despite himself he still went back to the Dean's office to get the 'proper' hats ''anyway'', since helping Troy and Abed restore their friendship meant that much to him. He even 'fixes' them up from where they were dropped.]]
** Initially, Jeff's dismissive of the whole conflict, manipulating each side so that he has a reason to avoid class. When he learns that it's escalated to the point where Troy and Abed are hurting each other's feelings, however, he immediately starts taking it more seriously and genuinely working to try and resolve it.
* The end of "Origins of Vampire Mythology", which involves one of the sweetest unspoken exchanges in the show, if not the the sweetest.
** Pierce and Chang being best friends. [[spoiler: It becomes a TearJerker when they stop.]]
* ''"[[RunningGag Britta you're not the worst]], you're the best!"''
* In Virtual Systems Analysis
--> '''Abed!Dr. Shirley:''' Abed's been filtered out because nobody needs him.
--> '''Annie:''' '''I''' need him!
* Abed not only being the only one to notice how upset Annie is over Jeff and Britta's engagement in "Basic Sandwich", but taking the time to comfort and encourage her (in a very Abed way), reminding her that Jeff and Britta's relationship is far from perfect, and subtly telling her that her own story does not rely on Jeff's eventually returning her feelings to make it complete:
--> '''Abed:''' Annie, look, I don't know people, but I know TV. When characters feel like the show they're on is ending, their instinct is to spin off into something safer, in Jeff and Britta's case, something that would last six episodes and have a lot of bickering about tweezers and gluten, starring them and an equally W.A.S.P.-y brunette couple with a title like ''Better with My Worse Half'' or ''Awfully Wedded'' or ''Tying the Not'', but "knot" is spelt without a "k", or ''#[=CouplePeopleProblems=]'', and every episode [...] The point is, this show, Annie, it isn't just their show. This is our show, and it's not over. [[ItMakesSenseInContext And the sooner we find that treasure]], the faster the Jeff-Britta pilot falls apart.
* The end of Dan Harmon's voiceover rant that closes out the season six finale.
-->"Life may pass by while we ignore and mistreat those close to us. Those close to us may be those watching. Those people may want to know I love them but I may be incapable of saying it. [[MoodWhiplash Contains pieces the size of a child's esophagus]]."
** Jeff's goodbyes to Annie and Abed when dropping them off at the airport.
* Yahoo Screen uploaded Dan Harmon's commentary to the entirety of season six. In every episode he closes out his message to the audience with "I love you."






31st Jul '16 4:14:05 PM Arcana4th
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[[folder: Season 1]]



* Abed and Troy's entire relationship is one to be honest, especially how protective Troy is of Abed.
** Even more so when you realise that maybe the reason he's so protective is that he's aware that if they'd known each other in high school, he would've been the one stuffing Abed into lockers.



* [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xb9sw9_communiy-somewhere-out-there_shortfilms The entire resolution]] in "Environmental Science." Troy faces his fear of rats to help Abed out after leaving him out to dry, Pierce helps Shirley to overcome her difficulty in public speaking, and Jeff reunites the Changs to make up for screwing the study group over (ItMakesSenseInContext).

to:

* [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xb9sw9_communiy-somewhere-out-there_shortfilms The entire resolution]] Britta's pep talk to Annie in "Environmental Science." Troy faces his fear of rats to help Abed out "Football, Feminism and You", after leaving him Annie confesses her feelings for Troy in the WondrousLadiesRoom:
-->'''Annie:''' I've been... infatuated with Troy. Now he's joining football. Now he'll have his pick of the litter... ''[Crying]'' and I'll never get to be with him!\\
'''Britta:''' Oh, Annie, ''screw'' him! There are guys
out there that would ''kill'' to dry, be with you. And if Troy's not one of them, that's ''him'' failing ''your'' standards.
* Shirley's sons disguising themselves as Abed's cousin so she could get a turn in the bouncy castle on family day.
*
Pierce helps Shirley to overcome her difficulty in public speaking, and Jeff reunites inserting a certain lyric into the Changs to make up for screwing the study group over (ItMakesSenseInContext).school song "Annie believes in me"



[[/folder]]

[[folder: Season 2]]
* Abed and Troy building a memorial towards Pierce's deceased mother in "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design".



* Abed and Troy building a memorial towards Pierce's deceased mother in "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design".
* The scene following Jeff's statement that everyone in the group is a sexual prospect for one another in Romantic Expressionism is mostly hilarious, but the look on Jeff's face when he looks at Annie is so different from how we've seen him so far in this series, that it pushes over into heartwarming, even if you don't ship them.






* Shirley's ex-husband/current boyfriend [[spoiler: admitting all the drama is his fault, and going back to see the group. Their reactions are perfect]].
** And his complete acceptance of [[spoiler: Shirley's baby, even if it is Chang's and not his.]]
* The end of Early 21st Century Romanticism.
* Pierce pretends he's dying to {{Mind Screw}} everyone with things he's bequeathing to them... except Annie, who just gets a fancy tiara. She keeps trying to figure out what the catch is, but it turns out the gift was completely on the level, as she's Pierce's favorite.

to:

* Abed and Shirley's ex-husband/current boyfriend [[spoiler: admitting all "You humble me, you humble me, too" exchange at the drama is his fault, and going back to see the group. Their reactions are perfect]].
** And his complete acceptance of [[spoiler: Shirley's baby, even if it is Chang's and not his.]]
* The
end of Early 21st Century Romanticism.
* Pierce pretends he's dying to {{Mind Screw}} everyone with things he's bequeathing to them... except Annie, who just gets a fancy tiara. She keeps trying to figure out what the catch is, but it turns out the gift was completely on the level, as she's Pierce's favorite.
Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples.



* Meta-example: [[http://www.thewrap.com/tv/article/stephen-tobolowsky-essay-community-chevy-chase Stephen Tobolowsky's experiences filming]] ''Series/{{Community}}''.

to:

* Meta-example: [[http://www.thewrap.com/tv/article/stephen-tobolowsky-essay-community-chevy-chase Stephen Tobolowsky's experiences filming]] ''Series/{{Community}}''.Shirley's ex-husband/current boyfriend [[spoiler: admitting all the drama is his fault, and going back to see the group. Their reactions are perfect]].
** And his complete acceptance of [[spoiler: Shirley's baby, even if it is Chang's and not his.]]
* The end of Early 21st Century Romanticism.
* Pierce pretends he's dying to {{Mind Screw}} everyone with things he's bequeathing to them... except Annie, who just gets a fancy tiara. She keeps trying to figure out what the catch is, but it turns out the gift was completely on the level, as she's Pierce's favorite.



* Jeff to Annie: "You're a good kid, and I'd like to do my part to help you stay that way."
* Abed and Shirley's "You humble me, you humble me, too" exchange at the end of Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples.
* Pierce inserting a certain lyric into the school song "Annie believes in me"



* Britta's pep talk to Annie in "Football, Feminism and You", after Annie confesses her feelings for Troy in the WondrousLadiesRoom:
-->'''Annie:''' I've been... infatuated with Troy. Now he's joining football. Now he'll have his pick of the litter... ''[Crying]'' and I'll never get to be with him!\\
'''Britta:''' Oh, Annie, ''screw'' him! There are guys out there that would ''kill'' to be with you. And if Troy's not one of them, that's ''him'' failing ''your'' standards.



* Pierce lying that he bribed the biology teacher to kick Jeff out, sacrificing his newfound acceptance so Jeff can get back in the group. Jeff promptly realizes it, and also moves to keep Pierce in the group.

to:

* Pierce lying that he bribed the biology teacher to kick Jeff out, sacrificing his newfound acceptance so Jeff can get back in the group. Jeff promptly realizes it, and also moves to keep Pierce in the group.[[/folder]]

[[folder: Season 3]]



* The tearful group hug between Britta, Annie, Shirley, Pierce and Troy at the end of "The Science of Illusion".
* [[Recap/CommunityS3E11UrbanMatrimonyAndTheSandwichArts Andre's proposal]]. He's pretty much set the standard.
* Meta-example; in a roundtable interview with the female leads of the show and the head female writer during the 2011-2012 hiatus, towards the end when the show's uncertain future is being discussed Gillian Jacobs (Britta) becomes so heartfelt about how much working on the show and the friendships she's made while doing so have meant to her that she starts crying, and ends up needing to be consoled by her fellow actors. And then Alison Brie (Annie) joins in a few moments later.
** In general, with a few exceptions the cast and crew of the show really seem to get along very well with each other, enjoy making the show enormously and particularly seem to enjoy engaging with their fans.
* The ending of "Pillows and Blankets". Jeff offers to collect the imaginary 'friendship hats' he (sarcastically) offered to Troy and Abed earlier from the Dean's office, and leaves the room to do so. Annie, like the audience, assumes he merely stepped out long enough to give the impression of going to the Dean's office, but is still touched that he engaged with Abed and Troy on their wavelength in order to help resolve their conflict. [[spoiler: But then it reaches a whole new level when Jeff reveals that even though he knew perfectly well that they were made-up, despite himself he still went back to the Dean's office to get the 'proper' hats ''anyway'', since helping Troy and Abed restore their friendship meant that much to him. He even 'fixes' them up from where they were dropped.]]
** Initially, Jeff's dismissive of the whole conflict, manipulating each side so that he has a reason to avoid class. When he learns that it's escalated to the point where Troy and Abed are hurting each other's feelings, however, he immediately starts taking it more seriously and genuinely working to try and resolve it.
* The end of "Origins of Vampire Mythology", which involves one of the sweetest unspoken exchanges in the show, if not the the sweetest.
** Pierce and Chang being best friends. [[spoiler: It becomes a TearJerker when they stop.]]
* ''"[[RunningGag Britta you're not the worst]], you're the best!"''



* In Virtual Systems Analysis
--> '''Abed!Dr. Shirley:''' Abed's been filtered out because nobody needs him.
--> '''Annie:''' '''I''' need him!
* Shirley's sons disguising themselves as Abed's cousin so she could get a turn in the bouncy castle on family day.

to:

* In Virtual Systems Analysis
--> '''Abed!Dr. Shirley:''' Abed's been filtered out because nobody needs him.
--> '''Annie:''' '''I''' need him!
* Shirley's sons disguising themselves as Abed's cousin so she could get a turn in the bouncy castle on family day.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Season 4]]



* This one from Twitter, but Jeff sends a Tweet[[note]]Which is itself a CallBack to Season 1 episode "[[Recap/CommunityS1E24EnglishAsASecondLanguage English as a Second Language]]" where Jeff mentions that very reservation.[[/note]] to the entire study group:
--->'''Jeff:''' A long time ago, I made a reservation for tonight. Steak dinner. Alone. But now I've changed my mind. Would you join me?
** And then Annie's response.
--->'''Annie''': We were going to join you anyway, duh doi.

to:

* This one from Twitter, but Jeff sends a Tweet[[note]]Which is itself a CallBack to [[/folder]]

[[folder:
Season 1 episode "[[Recap/CommunityS1E24EnglishAsASecondLanguage English as a Second Language]]" where Jeff mentions that very reservation.[[/note]] to the entire study group:
--->'''Jeff:''' A long time ago, I made a reservation for tonight. Steak dinner. Alone. But now I've changed my mind. Would you join me?
** And then Annie's response.
--->'''Annie''': We were going to join you anyway, duh doi.
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[[/folder]]

[[folder: Season 6]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Other]]
* Abed and Troy's entire relationship is one to be honest, especially how protective Troy is of Abed.
** Even more so when you realise that maybe the reason he's so protective is that he's aware that if they'd known each other in high school, he would've been the one stuffing Abed into lockers.
* This one from Twitter, but Jeff sends a Tweet[[note]]Which is itself a CallBack to Season 1 episode "[[Recap/CommunityS1E24EnglishAsASecondLanguage English as a Second Language]]" where Jeff mentions that very reservation.[[/note]] to the entire study group:
--->'''Jeff:''' A long time ago, I made a reservation for tonight. Steak dinner. Alone. But now I've changed my mind. Would you join me?
** And then Annie's response.
--->'''Annie''': We were going to join you anyway, duh doi.
* Meta-example: [[http://www.thewrap.com/tv/article/stephen-tobolowsky-essay-community-chevy-chase Stephen Tobolowsky's experiences filming]] ''Series/{{Community}}''.
* Meta-example; in a roundtable interview with the female leads of the show and the head female writer during the 2011-2012 hiatus, towards the end when the show's uncertain future is being discussed Gillian Jacobs (Britta) becomes so heartfelt about how much working on the show and the friendships she's made while doing so have meant to her that she starts crying, and ends up needing to be consoled by her fellow actors. And then Alison Brie (Annie) joins in a few moments later.
** In general, with a few exceptions the cast and crew of the show really seem to get along very well with each other, enjoy making the show enormously and particularly seem to enjoy engaging with their fans.
[[/folder]]

* [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xb9sw9_communiy-somewhere-out-there_shortfilms The entire resolution]] in "Environmental Science." Troy faces his fear of rats to help Abed out after leaving him out to dry, Pierce helps Shirley to overcome her difficulty in public speaking, and Jeff reunites the Changs to make up for screwing the study group over (ItMakesSenseInContext).

* The scene following Jeff's statement that everyone in the group is a sexual prospect for one another in Romantic Expressionism is mostly hilarious, but the look on Jeff's face when he looks at Annie is so different from how we've seen him so far in this series, that it pushes over into heartwarming, even if you don't ship them.
* Jeff to Annie: "You're a good kid, and I'd like to do my part to help you stay that way."

* Pierce lying that he bribed the biology teacher to kick Jeff out, sacrificing his newfound acceptance so Jeff can get back in the group. Jeff promptly realizes it, and also moves to keep Pierce in the group.
* The tearful group hug between Britta, Annie, Shirley, Pierce and Troy at the end of "The Science of Illusion".
* [[Recap/CommunityS3E11UrbanMatrimonyAndTheSandwichArts Andre's proposal]]. He's pretty much set the standard.
* The ending of "Pillows and Blankets". Jeff offers to collect the imaginary 'friendship hats' he (sarcastically) offered to Troy and Abed earlier from the Dean's office, and leaves the room to do so. Annie, like the audience, assumes he merely stepped out long enough to give the impression of going to the Dean's office, but is still touched that he engaged with Abed and Troy on their wavelength in order to help resolve their conflict. [[spoiler: But then it reaches a whole new level when Jeff reveals that even though he knew perfectly well that they were made-up, despite himself he still went back to the Dean's office to get the 'proper' hats ''anyway'', since helping Troy and Abed restore their friendship meant that much to him. He even 'fixes' them up from where they were dropped.]]
** Initially, Jeff's dismissive of the whole conflict, manipulating each side so that he has a reason to avoid class. When he learns that it's escalated to the point where Troy and Abed are hurting each other's feelings, however, he immediately starts taking it more seriously and genuinely working to try and resolve it.
* The end of "Origins of Vampire Mythology", which involves one of the sweetest unspoken exchanges in the show, if not the the sweetest.
** Pierce and Chang being best friends. [[spoiler: It becomes a TearJerker when they stop.]]
* ''"[[RunningGag Britta you're not the worst]], you're the best!"''
* In Virtual Systems Analysis
--> '''Abed!Dr. Shirley:''' Abed's been filtered out because nobody needs him.
--> '''Annie:''' '''I''' need him!
26th Jul '16 5:32:52 AM GreenLady
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* Abed not only being the only one to notice how upset Annie is over Jeff and Britta's engagement in "Basic Sandwich", but taking the time to comfort and encourage her (in a very Abed way), reminding her that Jeff and Britta's relationship is far from perfect, and her own story does not rely on Jeff's eventually returning her feelings to make it complete:
--> '''Abed:''' Annie, look, I don't know people, but I know TV. When characters feel like the show they're on is ending, their instinct is to spin off into something safer, in Jeff and Britta's case, something that would last six episodes and have a lot of bickering about tweezers and gluten, starring them and an equally W.A.S.P.-y brunette couple with a title like ''Better with My Worse Half'' or ''Awfully Wedded'' or ''Tying the Not'', but "knot" is spelt without a "K", or ''#[=CouplePeopleProblems=]'', and every episode [...] The point is, this show, Annie, it isn't just their show.This is our show, and it's not over. And the sooner we find that treasure, the faster the Jeff-Britta pilot falls apart.

to:

* Abed not only being the only one to notice how upset Annie is over Jeff and Britta's engagement in "Basic Sandwich", but taking the time to comfort and encourage her (in a very Abed way), reminding her that Jeff and Britta's relationship is far from perfect, and subtly telling her that her own story does not rely on Jeff's eventually returning her feelings to make it complete:
--> '''Abed:''' Annie, look, I don't know people, but I know TV. When characters feel like the show they're on is ending, their instinct is to spin off into something safer, in Jeff and Britta's case, something that would last six episodes and have a lot of bickering about tweezers and gluten, starring them and an equally W.A.S.P.-y brunette couple with a title like ''Better with My Worse Half'' or ''Awfully Wedded'' or ''Tying the Not'', but "knot" is spelt without a "K", "k", or ''#[=CouplePeopleProblems=]'', and every episode [...] The point is, this show, Annie, it isn't just their show. This is our show, and it's not over. [[ItMakesSenseInContext And the sooner we find that treasure, treasure]], the faster the Jeff-Britta pilot falls apart.
26th Jul '16 5:31:32 AM GreenLady
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* Abed not only being the only one to notice how upset Annie is over Jeff and Britta's engagement in "Basic Sandwich", but taking the time to comfort and encourage her (in a very Abed way), reminding her that Jeff and Britta's relationship is far from perfect, and her own story does not rely on Jeff's eventually returning her feelings to make it complete:
--> '''Abed:''' Annie, look, I don't know people, but I know TV. When characters feel like the show they're on is ending, their instinct is to spin off into something safer, in Jeff and Britta's case, something that would last six episodes and have a lot of bickering about tweezers and gluten, starring them and an equally W.A.S.P.-y brunette couple with a title like ''Better with My Worse Half'' or ''Awfully Wedded'' or ''Tying the Not'', but "knot" is spelt without a "K", or ''#[=CouplePeopleProblems=]'', and every episode [...] The point is, this show, Annie, it isn't just their show.This is our show, and it's not over. And the sooner we find that treasure, the faster the Jeff-Britta pilot falls apart.
31st May '16 1:56:08 AM HomeSkillet
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** "Thanks ''Series/{{Lost}}''.

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** "Thanks ''Series/{{Lost}}''."
18th Feb '16 6:01:59 PM TheUnknownUploader
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** "Agree to disagree."
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** The Dean screwing [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad PC]] and shouting Merry Christmas.


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** The study group including [[TheFriendNobodyLikes Pierce]] and [[TheTeamWannabe Chang]] in their plans for Abed's birthday. The two even share some drinks at the end of the episode.


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** From the same timeline:
-->'''Annie''' (to Abed): I really like your place!
-->'''Abed''': You should move here.
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** "Thanks ''Series/{{Lost}}''.
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** Note, Annie and Troy don't get thrown out like the rest or leave because they can't get into the spirit of things, but because they stay behind to stop Duncan from forcing Abed to face reality. It doesn't sound as sweet as it actually is, but it is heartwarming

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** Note, Annie and Troy don't get thrown out like the rest or leave because they can't get into the spirit of things, but because they stay behind to stop Duncan from forcing Abed to face reality. It doesn't sound as sweet as it actually is, but it is heartwarmingheartwarming.
** When the others are grabbing a Christmas tree, [[CharacterDevelopment Shirley grabs a menorah.]]
** Despite causing Abed's breakdown, his mother's letter is really sweet:
--> "Dear Abed,\\
I can't come this year,\\
I have a new family now.\\
You'll meet them someday,\\
you're a man now.\\
Take care of Dad,\\
[[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking wash your dupa.]]\\
Love, Mom.\\
** [[Recap/CommunityS1E03IntroductionToFilm The first time we hear about Abed's mom,]] she's implied to have abandoned him out of frustration towards his AmbiguousDisorder. Now we find out she still visited him once a year to watch Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
** The Dean screwing [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad PC]] and shouting Merry Christmas.
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