History Recap / CommunityS2E20CompetitiveWineTasting

7th Sep '17 5:37:29 AM XFllo
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* MayDecemberRomance: Mei is significantly younger than Pierce, prompting Jeff's disgust/jealousy.

to:

* MayDecemberRomance: Mei romantically pursues Pierce who gladly reciprocates. Mei is a hot twenty-something and she is significantly younger than Pierce, Pierce who is in his sixties, prompting Jeff's disgust/jealousy.
23rd Mar '17 6:11:18 AM JustTroper
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* YouNoTakeCandle: Pierce's fiance, but it's an act.

to:

* YouNoTakeCandle: Pierce's fiance, but [[ElectiveBrokenLanguage it's an act.act]].
12th Feb '17 9:14:01 PM DoctorNemesis
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* JerkassHasAPoint: Jeff turns out to be right that Mei is a GoldDigger trying to manipulate Pierce, but in this case the 'Jerkass' part is emphasised, as Jeff's motives for exposing her were based on jealousy and vanity, and the fact that he was ultimately trying to prove that a beautiful

to:

* JerkassHasAPoint: Jeff turns out to be right that Mei is a GoldDigger trying to manipulate Pierce, but in this case the 'Jerkass' part is emphasised, as Jeff's motives for exposing her were based on jealousy and vanity, vanity to begin with, and the fact that he was ultimately trying to prove that a beautiful woman wouldn't be interested in Pierce without some underlying motive just makes him look spiteful on top of it.
12th Feb '17 9:10:13 PM DoctorNemesis
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* GreenEyedMonster: Jeff's motivation for exposing Mei as a GoldDigger are not because he cares about Pierce's feelings, but because his vanity is wounded that Mei choose Pierce over him.

to:

* GreenEyedMonster: Jeff's motivation for exposing Mei as a GoldDigger are not because he cares about Pierce's feelings, but because his vanity is wounded he's jealous and can't believe that Mei a beautiful woman would choose Pierce over him.him without some underlying motive.


Added DiffLines:

* JerkassHasAPoint: Jeff turns out to be right that Mei is a GoldDigger trying to manipulate Pierce, but in this case the 'Jerkass' part is emphasised, as Jeff's motives for exposing her were based on jealousy and vanity, and the fact that he was ultimately trying to prove that a beautiful


Added DiffLines:

** [[FridgeBrilliance To prove the 'chemistry' between Angela and Tony.]]
12th Feb '17 9:05:51 PM DoctorNemesis
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* GreenEyedMonster: Jeff's motivation for exposing Mei as a GoldDigger are not because he cares about Pierce's feelings, but because his vanity is wounded that Mei choose Pierce over him.



* ItsAllAboutMe: Jeff is soundly called out for this in the episode, as its clear that his reasons for exposing Mei as a GoldDigger were out of selfishness and vanity rather than genuine concern for Pierce.

to:

* ItsAllAboutMe: Jeff is soundly called out for this in the episode, as its it's clear that his reasons for exposing Mei as a GoldDigger were out of selfishness selfishness, jealousy and vanity rather than genuine concern for Pierce.Pierce's feelings.
12th Feb '17 5:56:23 PM DoctorNemesis
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ItsAllAboutMe: Jeff is soundly called out for this in the episode, as its clear that his reasons for exposing Mei as a GoldDigger were out of selfishness and vanity rather than genuine concern for Pierce.
19th Sep '16 9:34:58 AM DoctorNemesis
Is there an issue? Send a Message


The gang picks their spring quarter electives. Jeff and Pierce sign up for Italian Wine Tasting, where they meet the lovely Wu Mei Hong Long. Troy and Britta take an acting class and are instructed to share painful emotions from their past, which proves difficult for Troy. Meanwhile, Abed takes "A Critical Analysis of ''WhosTheBoss''" taught by the person who wrote the book of the same name; however, Abed's theories about who the 'boss' was turn out to be controversial..

to:

The gang picks their spring quarter electives. Jeff and Pierce sign up for Italian Wine Tasting, where they meet the lovely Wu Mei Hong Long. Troy and Britta take an acting class and are instructed to share painful emotions from their past, which proves difficult for Troy. Meanwhile, Abed takes "A Critical Analysis of ''WhosTheBoss''" taught by the person who wrote the book of the same name; however, Abed's theories about who the 'boss' was turn out to be surprisingly controversial..
1st Feb '16 11:36:01 AM dsneybuf
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Potentially also referencing the re-imagining of the ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' into ''TheWiz''; the original Broadway musical has been condensed into a black box theatre show called ''Fiddler, Please'' where Troy and the others perform some dances while he sings "It's hard to be Jewish in Russia/ YO/ It's hard to be Jewish in Russia/ YO".

to:

** Potentially also referencing the re-imagining of the ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' into ''TheWiz''; ''Theatre/TheWiz''; the original Broadway musical has been condensed into a black box theatre show called ''Fiddler, Please'' where Troy and the others perform some dances while he sings "It's hard to be Jewish in Russia/ YO/ It's hard to be Jewish in Russia/ YO".
11th Oct '15 2:23:28 AM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Abed's excitement at the situation is also funny to the countless college students whose professors have required their students to read (i.e. BUY) their precious book, which is [[SarcasmMode oddly enough]] the textbook of the class, and tout their own work just a little too highly. More annoying in broader topics like History and Literature, less so in narrowed fields where less research and criticism is being done. The situation is made even funnier in that while the specific focus of the class (''WhosTheBoss'') probably counts as the latter, the professor's attitude towards his work -- and Abed's questioning of it -- [[SeriousBusiness is quite conclusively]] [[SmallNameBigEgo the former]].

to:

** Abed's excitement at the situation is also funny to the countless college students whose professors have required their students to read (i.e. BUY) their precious book, which is [[SarcasmMode oddly enough]] the textbook of the class, and tout their own work just a little too highly. More annoying in broader topics like History and Literature, less so in narrowed fields where less research and criticism is being done. The situation is made even funnier in that while the specific focus of the class (''WhosTheBoss'') (''Series/WhosTheBoss'') probably counts as the latter, the professor's attitude towards his work -- and Abed's questioning of it -- [[SeriousBusiness is quite conclusively]] [[SmallNameBigEgo the former]].



* ShoutOut: To ''WhosTheBoss'', ''Series/VeronicaMars'', and ''WhatsHappening''.

to:

* ShoutOut: To ''WhosTheBoss'', ''Series/WhosTheBoss'', ''Series/VeronicaMars'', and ''WhatsHappening''.''Series/WhatsHappening''.
13th Sep '15 10:53:25 PM Micah
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* CallBack: Pierce holds his engagement party at the same restaurant featured in the previous episode, "Critical Film Studies".
-->'''Troy:''' Seems like just yesterday me and Abed dined and ditched here.

to:

* CallBack: CallBack:
**
Pierce holds his engagement party at the same restaurant featured in the previous episode, "Critical Film Studies".
-->'''Troy:''' --->'''Troy:''' Seems like just yesterday me and Abed dined and ditched here.


Added DiffLines:

* ThatRussianSquatDance: Done in TheTag, as part of the all-black ''Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof'' that Troy is in.
This list shows the last 10 events of 49. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Recap.CommunityS2E20CompetitiveWineTasting