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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.
28th Jun '17 8:53:54 AM oforiousmic
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** All the jokes about Pierce dying (especially the ones about him dying alone) can become this after Season 5 when [[spoiler: we find out [[ADateWithRosiePalms Pierce masturbated himself to death]] - presumably in a room by himself.]]

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** All the jokes about Pierce dying (especially the ones about him dying alone) DyingAlone) can become this after Season 5 when [[spoiler: we find out [[ADateWithRosiePalms Pierce masturbated himself to death]] - presumably in a room by himself.]]
19th Jun '17 1:13:34 PM Gosicrystal
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** Evil!Jeff's comment that naming a sandwich the "[[PunnyName Troy-jan Horse]]" would just make people think horse meat was in it, from "[[Recap/CommunityS4E13AdvancedIntroductionToFinality Advanced Introduction To Finality]]". Between the episode being filmed in late 2012 & airing in May 2013, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013_meat_adulteration_scandal the story broke in Europe that horse meat had been included in foods supposedly containing beef]].
12th Jun '17 9:00:30 PM nombretomado
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* RetroactiveRecognition: While Creator/BrieLarson wasn't a total unknown when she guest-starred in seasons 4 and 5, her profile has since risen exponentially as a result of her AcademyAward-winning turn in {{Literature/Room}}.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: While Creator/BrieLarson wasn't a total unknown when she guest-starred in seasons 4 and 5, her profile has since risen exponentially as a result of her AcademyAward-winning UsefulNotes/AcademyAward-winning turn in {{Literature/Room}}.
25th May '17 6:10:12 PM randomguy399
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* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With Disney's ''WesternAnimation/Recess''. Both shows are about a diverse group of misfits navigating their way through an educational environment: There is a charismatic, underachieving leader whose friends look up to him and who often makes inspirational speeches; an anarchistic [[TheLancer lancer]] with a fondness for leather jackets; a LovableJock who learns to embrace his nerdy side; a socially awkward member of the group who's really a secret badass; a smart girl who cannot accept failure; a TeamMom who tries to keep the peace and has a deep love for Christmas and baking; a creepy snitch who constantly antagonizes the main group because he secretly wants to join them; and an authority figure who can be reasonable but is not above abusing his power for his own ends. Both shows rely heavily on pop-culture references, feature sports which are taken seriously in-universe (dodgeball vs. paintball), and lampoon social norms using high-concept stories.

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* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With Disney's ''WesternAnimation/Recess''.''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}''. Both shows are about a diverse group of misfits navigating their way through an educational environment: There is a charismatic, underachieving leader whose friends look up to him and who often makes inspirational speeches; an anarchistic [[TheLancer lancer]] with a fondness for leather jackets; a LovableJock who learns to embrace his nerdy side; a socially awkward member of the group who's really a secret badass; a smart girl who cannot accept failure; a TeamMom who tries to keep the peace and has a deep love for Christmas and baking; a creepy snitch who constantly antagonizes the main group because he secretly wants to join them; and an authority figure who can be reasonable but is not above abusing his power for his own ends. Both shows rely heavily on pop-culture references, feature sports which are taken seriously in-universe (dodgeball vs. paintball), and lampoon social norms using high-concept stories.
25th May '17 6:09:19 PM randomguy399
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* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With Disney's ''WesternAnimation/Recess''. Both shows are about a diverse group of misfits navigating their way through an educational environment: There is a charismatic, underachieving leader whose friends look up to him and who often makes inspirational speeches; an anarchistic [[TheLancer lancer]] with a fondness for leather jackets; a LovableJock who learns to embrace his nerdy side; a socially awkward member of the group who's really a secret badass; a smart girl who cannot accept failure; a TeamMom who tries to keep the peace and has a deep love for Christmas and baking; a creepy snitch who constantly antagonizes the main group because he secretly wants to join them; and an authority figure who can be reasonable but is not above abusing his power for his own ends. Both shows rely heavily on pop-culture references, feature sports which are taken seriously in-universe (dodgeball vs. paintball), and lampoon social norms using high-concept stories.
19th May '17 4:39:21 PM jormis29
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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. Furthermore, Annie becomes a zombie in "Epidemiology" which aired shortly before her actress (Creator/AlisonBrie) started dating Dave Franco. Franco also appears in ''Warm Bodies'' and his character [[spoiler: is killed by a zombie]].

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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) (Creator/RobCorddry) would play a zombie in ''Film/WarmBodies'' and eating brains becomes a plot point in that film. Furthermore, Annie becomes a zombie in "Epidemiology" which aired shortly before her actress (Creator/AlisonBrie) started dating Dave Franco. Franco also appears in ''Warm Bodies'' and his character [[spoiler: is killed by a zombie]].
27th Apr '17 9:50:23 PM MylesHowlett
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** Britta's parents. [[Recap/CommunityS6E02LawnmowerMaintenanceAndPostnatalCare The episode in which we meet them]] suggests that they spent Britta's childhood dominating and stifling her, only to eventually do a FaceHeelTurn and want to rebuild bridges with her after she grew up and ran away. However, because in the episode they're ''so'' laid-back, friendly and easy-going, an alternative interpretation has arisen that suggests that they've ''always'' been like that and were happy to let Britta believe they were overly-oppressive bad guys when she began to lash out rather than confront her about it.

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** Britta's parents. [[Recap/CommunityS6E02LawnmowerMaintenanceAndPostnatalCare The episode in which we meet them]] suggests that they spent Britta's childhood dominating and stifling her, only to eventually do a FaceHeelTurn HeelFaceTurn and want to rebuild bridges with her after she grew up and ran away. However, because in the episode they're ''so'' laid-back, friendly and easy-going, an alternative interpretation has arisen that suggests that they've ''always'' been like that and were happy to let Britta believe they were overly-oppressive bad guys when she began to lash out rather than confront her about it.
19th Apr '17 6:02:14 PM ooh
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* AcceptableReligiousTargets: Shirley's habit of being TheFundamentalist. In real-life, Shirley's actress, Yvette Nicole Brown, is a Christian, and the fact that she appears to have no objections to that particular aspect of her character is actually quite refreshing.

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* AcceptableReligiousTargets: Shirley's habit of being TheFundamentalist. In real-life, Shirley's actress, Yvette Nicole Brown, is a Christian, and the fact that she appears to have had no objections to that particular aspect of her character is actually quite refreshing.
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