Recap: Community S2 E14: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons
Abed: In about 13 turns, he will die of exposure. Jeff? Jeff: I wait 14 turns.
Fearing one of their classmates is suicidally depressed, the study group decides to intervene by engaging in a game of D&D. The plan goes awry when Pierce, after discovering he wasn't invited, demands to join the game.Has a YMMV page.
The Community episode "Advanced Dungeons & Dragons" provides examples of:
Aerith and Bob: Abed the Undiagnosable is "not the best at making up names", resulting in characters named Zipadee Doo, Marrrrrrr, Bing-Bong, Hector the Well-Endowed, Lavernica, Brutalitops, and Kyle.
Bottle Episode: The episode takes place almost exclusively in the study room.
Up to Eleven: Unlike the previous one the characters barely leave the table (which makes sense since they're playing D&D).
Breaking Speech: Pierce the Insensitive pulls out one on Neil to turn him against Jeff the Liar.
Call Back: Fat Neil makes another appearance, and we learn why he's called Fat Neil.
Cavemen vs. Astronauts Debate: The tag sees Troy the Obtuse and Abed the Undiagnosable arguing about which would be better: a tail or giant ears.
This article suggests that, whether ill-intentioned (Pierce the Insensitive) or well-intentioned (the rest of the group), everyone completely missed the point both about what was truly driving Neil's darker thoughts and what eventually helped him through it.
Getting Crap Past the Radar: Annie the Dayplanner's character, Hector the Well-Endowed, must seduce a comely elf to gain access to a pegasus which the party needs. This leads to Annie the Dayplanner graphically describing how she goes about this seduction. Dramatic music covers up the dialog, but you can clearly read her lips and it is filthy. At one point, the viewer can see Annie saying "I take out my huge member." At another point, she holds up two fingers, then three, then four.
A Glass of Chianti: Pierce the Insensitive holds a glass of red wine while sitting on his throne.
Head-Tiltingly Kinky: The sex scene - Shirley looks horrified, Troy takes notes, and Britta & Jeff look astonished that this is coming from Annie of all people.
As aggravating as Pierce the Insensitive's intrusion and subsequent behavior is, it ultimately has positive effects.
This actually applies in the context of the D&D game, as Pierce removes the time freeze spell on the party, only to be told it's no longer his turn when he tries to attack immediately afterwards.
Off the Rails: Pierce the Insensitive does this at the start because the gang left him out.
One Steve Limit: Averted, sort of. Neil only gets the nickname "Fat Neil" because, at the moment it was coined, he was standing next to another (off-camera) guy named Neil, who was (marginally) skinnier, and black.
One-Woman Wail: When Brutalitops dies and Chang hands in his character sheet.
The entire episode is about the study group giving Neil one of these, and as such most of them try to keep their quirks and jerkasseries in check. Even Chang's customary manchild behavior is somewhat in abeyance.
Even after Pierce is a complete dick to him, Neil still invites him to another D&D game at the end.
Pyrrhic Villainy: Pierce the Insensitive completely defeats the group and temporarily 'wins' the game, but at the cost of becoming completely despised by everyone in the group.
The Right of a Superior Species: Britta the Needlessly Defiant tries to tell a Gnome waiter that he's just as good as they are. Abed the Undiagnosable replies that according to the game rules, no, he's not, and the gang are justified in treating him however they want because of this trope.