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13th Oct '17 3:32:32 PM GXNext
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** '' '''[[http://rebrn.com/re/and-jesus-wept-from-the-official-facebook-page-130913/ Jesus wept!]]''' '' for there were no more memes to conquer!
11th Oct '17 12:44:47 PM Mthrndr01
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** Koogler, the ManChild FratBro played by [[Series/ArrestedDevelopment Mitch Hurtwitz]] in "App Development and Condiments", appears to have been received quite well by the fans.

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** Koogler, the ManChild FratBro played by [[Series/ArrestedDevelopment Mitch Hurtwitz]] Hurwitz]] in "App Development and Condiments", appears to have been received quite well by the fans.
11th Oct '17 12:29:37 PM Mthrndr01
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* BizarroEpisode: Whilst ''Community'' has a number of episodes which would full under this for any other show, it still has those that qualify as a BizarroEpisode even by ''Community''[='s=] standards.

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* BizarroEpisode: Whilst ''Community'' has a number of episodes which would full fall under this for any other show, it still has those that qualify as a BizarroEpisode even by ''Community''[='s=] standards.
7th Oct '17 7:03:58 AM Godzillawolf
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* CriticalResearchFailure: In the "G.I. Jeff" episode, the Joes court marshaling Jeff for killing Destro is treated as simply being the typical ThouShallNotKill thing found in cartoons of the type. Thing is, killing an enemy pilot parachuting from their downed aircraft (how he killed Destro) actually ''is'' illegal and would have actually got him in serious trouble. The Geneva Convention declares no enemy pilot ejecting from a downed aircraft shall be made object of attack during his descent and unless engaging in hostility upon landing, should be given the opportunity to surrender so Destro really ''was'' off limits to attack when Jeff killed him.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: In the "G.I. Jeff" episode, the Joes court marshaling Jeff for killing Destro is treated as simply being the typical ThouShallNotKill thing found in cartoons of the type. Thing is, killing an enemy pilot parachuting from their downed aircraft (how he killed Destro) actually ''is'' illegal and would have actually got him in serious trouble. The Geneva Convention declares no enemy pilot ejecting from a downed aircraft shall be made object of attack during his descent and unless engaging in hostility upon landing, should be given the opportunity to surrender so Destro really ''was'' off limits to attack when Jeff killed him.him and Jeff is legitimately guilty of a war crime as a result.
7th Oct '17 6:58:32 AM Godzillawolf
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* CriticalResearchFailure: In the "G.I. Jeff" episode, the Joes court marshaling Jeff for killing Destro is treated as simply being the typical ThouShallNotKill thing found in cartoons of the type. Thing is, killing an enemy pilot parachuting from their downed aircraft (how he killed Destro) actually ''is'' illegal and would have actually got him in serious trouble. The Geneva Convention declares no enemy pilot ejecting from a downed aircraft shall be made object of attack during his descent and unless engaging in hostility upon landing, should be given the opportunity to surrender so Destro really ''was'' off limits to attack when Jeff killed him.
25th Sep '17 4:28:33 PM valhallaerikson
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** Britta's [[TookALevelInDumbass devolution]] into a DumbBlonde. Some people think it's {{Flanderization}} gone too far or even insulting and sexist (and the rumors that Dan Harmon deliberately dumbed down her character to get revenge on the ex-girlfriend he based Britta on didn't help matters), others say it suits Gillian Jacobs' flair for physical comedy better than Britta's original characterization.

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** Britta's [[TookALevelInDumbass devolution]] into a DumbBlonde. Some people think it's {{Flanderization}} gone too far or even insulting and sexist (and mean-spirited(and the rumors that Dan Harmon deliberately dumbed down her character to get revenge on the ex-girlfriend he based Britta on didn't help matters), others say it suits Gillian Jacobs' flair for physical comedy better than Britta's original characterization.
1st Sep '17 4:03:03 AM XFllo
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** After defeating the Glee Club (an {{Expy}} for the one from ''Series/{{Glee}}'') in "Modern Warfare", Jeff yells "Write some original songs!" as a parting shot. This was done to criticize ''Glee's'' use of licensed songs. The year after "Modern Warfare" aired, it was announced that ''Glee'' would be doing an episode with original songs.

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** After defeating the Glee Club (an {{Expy}} for (based on the one from ''Series/{{Glee}}'') in "Modern Warfare", Jeff yells "Write some original songs!" as a parting shot. This was done to criticize ''Glee's'' use of licensed songs. The year after "Modern Warfare" aired, it was announced that ''Glee'' would be doing an episode with original songs.
25th Aug '17 8:30:01 AM DoctorNemesis
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** The show also frequently makes the point that the problem isn't necessarily that Jeff's (supposedly) wrong as much as it is him frequently going about being right in the [[{{Jerkass}} most obnoxious]] way possible. To take the second example, Jeff doesn't just discourage Britta's poor decisions but actively takes smug and malicious pleasure in the prospect of Britta failing once again, and Pierce makes the [[JerkassHasAPoint entirely fair point]] that while Britta might indeed be in a mess of her own making, the fact that Jeff frequently and snidely belittles her to the point of using her name as a synonym for screwing up and failure hardly helps matters.

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** The show also frequently makes the point that the problem isn't necessarily that Jeff's (supposedly) wrong as much as it is him frequently going about being right in the [[{{Jerkass}} most obnoxious]] way possible. To take the first example, while he definitely has a valid point about Pierce, Jeff's righteousness over Pierce not belonging in the group due to his {{Jerkass}} actions would probably carry a bit more weight if Jeff himself didn't take plenty of opportunities to pick on and humiliate Pierce, thus encouraging his resentment. In the second example, Jeff doesn't just discourage Britta's poor decisions but actively takes smug and malicious pleasure in the prospect of Britta failing once again, and Pierce makes the [[JerkassHasAPoint entirely fair point]] that while Britta might indeed be in a mess of her own making, the fact that Jeff frequently and snidely belittles her to the point of using her name as a synonym for screwing up and failure hardly helps matters.matters. And as for the third example, while Jeff definitely does help clean up the messes left by the study group, he's also caused plenty of trouble and misery for the group as well.
14th Jul '17 5:15:32 PM Eagal
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* IKnewIt:
** Jeff [[spoiler:returning to Greendale as a teacher in season 5]].
** Pierce [[spoiler:suffering from a BusCrash after Chevy Chase left the show.]]
** Troy [[spoiler:being given Pierce's fortune and it being his reason for leaving Greendale.]]
8th Jul '17 5:00:32 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** "[[Recap/CommunityS2E06Epidemiology Epidemiology]]" - A ZombieApocalypse takes place at the school's Halloween party.

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** "[[Recap/CommunityS2E06Epidemiology Epidemiology]]" - -- A ZombieApocalypse takes place at the school's Halloween party.



** "[[Recap/CommunityS3E10RegionalHolidayMusic Regional Holiday Music]] - A ''Series/{{Glee}}'' parody with elements of ''Film/InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers'', in with characters constantly bursting into song.
** "[[Recap/CommunityS5E08AppDevelopmentAndCondiments App Development and Condiments]]" - a 70's sci-fi movie-esque dystopia caused by an app beta test.
** "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff GI Jeff]]" - An episode taking place [[spoiler:inside Jeff's mind]], where Jeff and his friends are rogue GI Joes who slowly become aware of the fact that their life is a cartoon.
** "[[Recap/CommunityS6E10BasicRVRepairAndPalmistry Basic RV Repair and Palmistry]]" - a [[RoadTrip Road Trip Episode]] that [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructs]] HowWeGotHere and {{Flashback}}s and ends with an [[MoodWhiplash aggressively dark]] BigLippedAlligatorMoment.

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** "[[Recap/CommunityS3E10RegionalHolidayMusic Regional Holiday Music]] - -- A ''Series/{{Glee}}'' parody with elements of ''Film/InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers'', in with characters constantly bursting into song.
** "[[Recap/CommunityS5E08AppDevelopmentAndCondiments App Development and Condiments]]" - -- a 70's sci-fi movie-esque dystopia caused by an app beta test.
** "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff GI G.I. Jeff]]" - -- An episode taking place [[spoiler:inside Jeff's mind]], where Jeff and his friends are rogue GI G.I. Joes who slowly become aware of the fact that their life is a cartoon.
** "[[Recap/CommunityS6E10BasicRVRepairAndPalmistry Basic RV Repair and Palmistry]]" - -- a [[RoadTrip Road Trip Episode]] that [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructs]] HowWeGotHere and {{Flashback}}s and ends with an [[MoodWhiplash aggressively dark]] BigLippedAlligatorMoment.
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