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20th Jun '18 10:09:26 PM randomguy399
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* In "Epidemiology," Troy is shunned by a group of girls who are put off by his and Abed's excessively nerdy Halloween costumes, and realizes how far he has fallen from his {{Jerk Jock}} days in high school. Blaming Abed for his loss of social status, he changes into a "sexy" costume and proceeds to treat Abed as an embarrassment and liability... however, shortly afterward the party is overcome by a zombie epidemic with Troy and Abed as the last people standing. They end up trapped in the corner of an {{Abandoned Warehouse}} with a window allowing only one person to escape. Abed sacrifices himself in order to get Troy through the window, and in the last moments before Abed is overcome by the zombies, Troy looks back and says "I love you"... to which Abed responds with the classic "I know" from ''Franchise/StarWars''. The whole moment is incredibly romantic and drips {{Anguished Declaration of Love}}, especially considering the fact that Troy has no apparent reference in mind when he chooses to tell Abed that he loves him. In fact, Abed turning the moment ''into'' a reference is the only thing keeping the scene from being viewed as a legitimate confession on Troy's part. Of course, [[LaserGuidedAmnesia neither of them remember it afterward]], but the point still stands.

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* In "Epidemiology," Troy is shunned by a group of girls who are put off by his and Abed's excessively nerdy Halloween costumes, and realizes how far he has fallen from his {{Jerk Jock}} days in high school. Blaming Abed for his loss of social status, he changes into a "sexy" costume and proceeds to treat Abed as an embarrassment and liability... however, shortly afterward the party is overcome by a zombie epidemic with Troy and Abed as the last people standing. They end up trapped in the corner of an {{Abandoned Warehouse}} with a window allowing only one person to escape. Abed sacrifices himself in order to get Troy through the window, and in the last moments before Abed is overcome by the zombies, zombified partygoers, Troy looks back and says "I love you"... to which Abed responds with the classic "I know" from ''Franchise/StarWars''. The whole moment is incredibly romantic and drips {{Anguished Declaration of Love}}, especially considering the fact that Troy has no apparent reference in mind when he chooses to tell Abed that he loves him. In fact, Abed turning the moment ''into'' a reference is the only thing keeping the scene from being viewed as a legitimate confession on Troy's part. Of course, [[LaserGuidedAmnesia neither of them remember it afterward]], but the point still stands.
20th Oct '16 12:14:56 AM Benbeasted
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* In the one of the webisodes, Pamphlet serious, the mascot has been revealed to be spying on a cheerleader and sniffing her underwear.
8th Jan '16 2:04:49 PM DonnyKD
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* In "Communication Studies", Chang forces Troy and Pierce to cross-dress and dance with him at the Valentine's Day dance as punishment for [[spoiler:supposedly]] trying to trick him. TheTag also has him and Pierce drive off together for frozen yogurt.
7th Jan '16 7:32:46 AM jemas42
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*** Also in Physical Education, when discussing which fictional character Abed should imitate to attract a girl, Britta suggests Jo, from [[FactsOfLife]]. When everyone looks at her, she sheepishly adds "But you know, the dude version."

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*** Also in Physical Education, when discussing which fictional character Abed should imitate to attract a girl, Britta suggests Jo, from [[FactsOfLife]].Facts Of Life. When everyone looks at her, she sheepishly adds "But you know, the dude version."
7th Jan '16 7:32:05 AM jemas42
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*** Also in Physical Education, when discussing which fictional character Abed should imitate to attract a girl, Britta suggests Jo, from [[FactsOfLife]]. When everyone looks at her, she sheepishly adds "But you know, the dude version."
11th Dec '15 11:59:09 PM major-kumquat
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18th Aug '15 5:15:36 PM DeCarta
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** In "Intro to Felt Surrogacy", while the puppet!group is [[ItMakesSenseInContext high on strange berries]], Puppet!Britta is caressing Puppet!Annie's arm with her face, commenting on how soft her skin is. After Puppet!Jeff comments "I love women", Puppet!Britta is shown still rubbing her face on Puppet!Annie's arm.



* In "Comparative Religion", Britta interprets the antagonism between Jeff and tough guy-bully Mike as sublimated sexual tension.

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* In "Comparative Religion", Britta interprets the antagonism between Jeff and tough guy-bully Mike as sublimated sexual tension. She also says that men fight to release their pent-up "gayness".
** It's worth noting that when the fighting actually starts, Britta goes straight for the only woman in Mike's group.
30th May '15 11:47:28 PM AuroraLynches
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** Frankie's AmbiguouslyGay nature becomes a running gag, more or less replacing the similar gag about the Dean's sexuality from the previous 5 seasons. The group takes bets on her orientation, and when she finds out about this, she gets extremely offended and refuses to clarify. In [[Recap/CommunityS6E11ModernEspionage Modern Espionage]], Jeff mentions that Frankie's upset and Britta immediately asks if she broke up with someone, and, if so, what gender they are.
20th May '15 7:41:25 PM VMacek
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* In the above-mentioned scene where Jeff notes that there's nothing stopping any of the study group members of thinking of each other as a sexual prospect, there's also a glance between Jeff and Abed, ending in Abed giving a suggestive eyebrow wiggle.



* In the above-mentioned scene where Jeff notes that there's nothing stopping any of the study group members of thinking of each other as a sexual prospect, there's also a glance between Jeff and Abed, ending in Abed giving a suggestive eyebrow wiggle.
20th May '15 7:40:26 PM VMacek
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* In "Comparative Religion", Britta interprets the antagonism between Jeff and tough guy-bully Mike as sublimated sexual tension.
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