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Riddler
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08:36:15 PM Jan 7th 2013
I have an idea for a third paintball. One where the other students (Magnitude, Garrett, Vicky, Fat Neil, Leonard, etc.) realize that the Greendale Seven always make it to the end and create an entire alliance to take them down, but fail, leading to the group being the last people "alive". At this point, the group will have a big standoff against each other (rather than some external enemy, like Chang or City College). The only problem is that I have no idea what genre they could simultaneously spoof. Generic action movies have been done,westerns have been done, Star Wars has been done, mobsters have been hinted at as already having happened in the flashback episode, etc. What's left? Do you guys have any ideas?
Riddler
08:37:26 PM Jan 7th 2013
I'm just looking for a genre or movie that works well with my idea.
zedmorgan
12:25:55 PM Mar 6th 2013
You could write it like a thriller; the Group doesn't know there's a tournament because everyone has hidden it from them. They just notice that there seems to be less and less students until it's too late.
illuminande
12:56:46 AM May 7th 2013
Or Maybe Like a zombie Theme .. where some people dont honor the paintball system and still attacks others
Butterfinger
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05:30:32 PM Apr 19th 2012
You know the icons that show up when you search for something? The one for Community is... sort of scandalous, to say the least. Can this be changed at all?
faiteslebruit
05:15:41 PM May 6th 2012
Agreed. Sometimes the icon that appears is the main group shot, but most other times it's that weirdly sexual one. Not sure how to change it, I was always under the impression that the first picture linked to in the article will be the one that shows up.
troacctid
06:39:26 PM May 6th 2012
...wut O_o
snowburnt
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01:49:48 PM Mar 19th 2012
I didn't really notice it at first, but I started watching TV with subtitles on (so that it wouldn't wake up the kids) and the theme song has a kind of mood dissonance to it. The music is cheery and optimistic but the words paint a picture of a man despairing and hanging himself from a tree.
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