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27th Jun '16 9:12:09 AM GreenLady
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** Gillian freaking Jacobs (born October 19, 1982) who in reality is only 71 days older than Alison Brie (born December 29, 1982.)

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** The first few episodes also have several jokes revolving around the idea that Annie is not particularly attractive to look at, despite Alison Brie being so beautiful she's frequently compared to a real-life Disney princess. WordOfGod implies that before casting Alison Brie, the creators had envisioned the role going to someone less conventionally attractive.
** Gillian freaking Jacobs (born October 19, 1982) who in reality is only 71 days older than Alison Brie (born December 29, 1982.)1982), despite them playing characters who are about a decade apart in age and Britta being "past her prime" by comparison.
27th Jun '16 4:41:50 AM GreenLady
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* RelationshipWritingFumble: Troy and Britta's relationship at the end of the third season was left very ambiguous to some. What was pretty clear was that Troy was moving into the Dreamatorium, but some people interpreted Britta holding a bag as her moving in as well (despite the fact they weren't even necessarily a couple yet). The beginning of the next season reveals they had started dating at some point.

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** The first half of Season 1 make it clear that the obligatory sitcom romantic sub-plot was meant to be between Jeff and Britta; however, as early as the sixth episode a side-plot involving Jeff and Annie had a few moments of ThrowItIn chemistry between the two, even though the plot of the episode was nominally about Jeff becoming a better friend by helping Annie pursue Troy. By the end of the first season, this had snowballed into Annie becoming Jeff's ThirdOptionLoveInterest when he's torn between Britta and Slater, and though Jeff/Britta gets resurrected every season or so for a couple of episodes, Jeff/Annie quickly became the central WillTheyOrWontThey dynamic of the show.
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Troy and Britta's relationship at the end of the third season was left very ambiguous to some. What was pretty clear was that Troy was moving into the Dreamatorium, but some people interpreted Britta holding a bag as her moving in as well (despite the fact they weren't even necessarily a couple yet). The beginning of the next season reveals they had started dating at some point.
6th Jun '16 2:39:49 AM DoctorNemesis
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** It should be noted that the one season Dan Harmon didn't make was the only season not to feature Starburns in any way, and once Harmon took over again Starburns got a "grand" re-entry into the show.

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** It should be noted that the one season Dan Harmon didn't make was the only season not to feature Starburns in any way, and once Harmon took over again Starburns got a "grand" re-entry into the show. Although this was in part because the actor refused to play the part in solidarity with Harmon being fired.
31st May '16 4:29:19 AM BillyHorrible
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** It should be noted that the one season Dan Harmon didn't make was the only season not to feature Starburns in any way, and once Harmon took over again Starburns got a "grand" re-entry into the show.
31st May '16 4:22:13 AM BillyHorrible
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* CreatorsPet: Starburns. Though not all think he's TheScrappy, many people find him annoying for talking perverted about Annie, not being punished enough for his selfish actions and stealing the spotlight away from more deserving main and side characters. Yet Dan Harmon loves the character and kept giving him screentime - the actor is one of Harmon's friends and they even named their animation studio after the character.


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** Starburns, CreatorsPet. Though not hated by all, many think that there are side characters much more deserving of the continued spotlight that shone upon the unsympathetic Starburns.
2nd May '16 1:22:27 PM BKelly95
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** At one point of "Accounting For Lawyers", Alan comments that he wants to eat Jeff's brains, then pretends to do so. Three years later, Alan's actor (Rob Corddry) would play a zombie in ''Film/WarmBodies'' and eating brains becomes a plot point in that film.
2nd Apr '16 12:21:28 PM jemas42
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*** It is implied that the reason the game was down to him, Jeff and Britta is because he took everyone else out.
11th Mar '16 6:37:23 AM DoctorNemesis
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** While Jeff is a jerk to Britta, [[JerkassHasAPoint he was right in telling her to just admit her mistake in mixing up Susan B. Anthony and Sophie B. Hawkins instead of snowballing her lie]]. If anything, [[BrokenAesop Pierce bailing her out shows that it doesn't matter if you tell a big lie as long as your friends learn a lesson about being nicer to you in the end (also he was taking out his own resentment issues on Jeff)]].
6th Mar '16 9:20:14 AM TheUnknownUploader
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** Pierce, frequently. One example is he's playing 'Pictionary' and draws a swastika to convey a windmill, saying that Rabbi Chang should know what it is.

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** Pierce, frequently. One example is he's playing 'Pictionary' and draws a swastika to convey a windmill, saying that Rabbi Chang should know what it is. [[note]] Apparently this is just one of ''thousands'' of swastika-windmill ''Pictionary'' incidents. [[/note]]
6th Mar '16 9:14:09 AM TheUnknownUploader
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