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* Leading a populist rebellion against the Fives and overthrowing them in "App Development And Condiments."

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** And then the next year, he flawlessly executed an intricate revenge scheme that required him to fool absolutely everyone in Greendale, and which would have destroyed the school if he hadn't had a HeelFaceTurn at literally the last moment.


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* The last one in particular, both for being exactly what Garrett and Stacy need to hear and for sounding an awful lot like something Chang has learned from his own life.
-->'''Chang:''' It's you against the world, and you will not win. But you get to make ''your'' moves, not them.

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* Abed reprogramming an entire section of Cornelius Hawthorne's video game using ''only in-game dialogue trees'' in "Digital Estate Planning", including transforming a dirty village into a golden mansion in his image and programming in the ability to ask his in-game wife to produce babies on command, and the ability to command those babies to command ''other'' babies, which results in them digging a mine with seemingly unlimited resources to build ''anything''. Made even cooler by the fact that Abed, being of Middle Eastern extraction, is producing mixed-race babies in-game with his wife, Hilda, and uses those babies to help take down the racist Cornelius Hawthorne, who considers mixed-race couples to be miscegenation.


** Doubles as CrowningMusicOfAwesome via its use of an epic duet of "Somewhere" from ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail''.

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** Doubles as CrowningMusicOfAwesome SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic via its use of an epic duet of "Somewhere" from ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail''.



* "Somewhere Out There", mashed up with an Irish dance jig, used as the backdrop to its own CrowningMomentOfAwesome.

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* "Somewhere Out There", mashed up with an Irish dance jig, used as the backdrop to its own CrowningMomentOfAwesome.SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome.

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* In "Mixology Certification", Troy is upset because everyone took him out drinking for his 21st birthday and made asses of themselves. Abed rats out Jeff and Britta to give him something to laugh over, while still getting a passive-aggressive dig in.
-->'''Abed''': ...Jeff and Britta made out while you were gone.
-->'''Britta''': Abed!
-->'''Abed''': What? You did it ''right in front of me''. I'm not a piece of furniture.


-->'''Jeff''': When did you have time to make that? You're pathological.
-->'''Annie''': Too late for compliments.

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-->'''Jeff''': When did you have time to make that? You're pathological.
-->'''Annie''':
pathological.\\
'''Annie''':
Too late for compliments.


* His speech to Garrett and Stacy in ''Wedding Videography''. Out of nowhere, he proves that being with the group really does make him better.

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* His speech to Garrett and Stacy in ''Wedding Videography''. Out of nowhere, he Season 6 proves that being with the group really does make him better. better: he becomes a commercial breakout star, pulls off a crowd-pleasing performance as Miyagi in a stage version of ''Film/TheKarateKid'', and delivers an effective speech to Garrett and Stacy at their wedding.


* Conning Jeff into revealing more about his father in Paranormal Parentage.

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* Conning Jeff into revealing more about his father in Paranormal Parentage."Paranormal Parentage".


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* Making a surprisingly effective RousingSpeech to the rest of the study group in favor of freedom of speech in "Basic Email Security".

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** The Dean inventing Google Cardboard in Lawnmower Maintenance and Postnatal Care.


* Thoroughly showing up his professor in a class on ''{{Whos The Boss}}''.

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* Thoroughly showing up his professor in a class on ''{{Whos The Boss}}''.''Series/WhosTheBoss''.


* While playing Cornelius' video game, Annie accidently kills a blacksmith. Upon being told that real world morality doesn't apply to video games, Shirley kills the witness to the murder, the blacksmith's wife, steals anything that isn't bolted down, and burns the hut down. In a game she had been playing an hour, two hours tops. BewareTheNiceOnes ''indeed''.

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* While playing Cornelius' video game, Annie accidently accidentally kills a blacksmith. Upon being told that real world morality doesn't apply to video games, Shirley kills the witness to the murder, the blacksmith's wife, steals anything that isn't bolted down, and burns the hut down. In a game she had been playing an hour, two hours tops. BewareTheNiceOnes ''indeed''.



** And then at the very end, having put their differences aside and working together, they completely demolish the Deutschebags at foosball... without needing to score a single goal.

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** And then at the very end, having put their differences aside and working together, they completely demolish the Deutschebags Deutschbags at foosball... without needing to score a single goal.



** To clarify, when Jeff picks respect instead of the 7 tools for the assignmet as what's most important in a group (and gives a heartwarming speech) she reveals they all combine to make an awesome weapon that she uses to choke him with:

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** To clarify, when Jeff picks respect instead of the 7 tools for the assignmet assignment as what's most important in a group (and gives a heartwarming speech) she reveals they all combine to make an awesome weapon that she uses to choke him with:


* He gets to stick it to his father some more while playing a video game for his inheritance, riding a ''[[DrStrangelove nuclear bomb]]'' into his father's {{One Winged Angel}} form. "LOOK AT ME NOW, DAD!"

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* He gets to stick it to his father some more while playing a video game for his inheritance, riding a ''[[DrStrangelove ''[[Film/DrStrangelove nuclear bomb]]'' into his father's {{One Winged Angel}} form. "LOOK AT ME NOW, DAD!"


* His speech to Garrett and Stacy in ''Wedding Videography''.

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* His speech to Garrett and Stacy in ''Wedding Videography''. Out of nowhere, he proves that being with the group really does make him better.


** And seemed to be more than ready to take down Jeff, played by 6 ft 4 (1.93 m) [[TheSoup Joel McHale]], in the same manner.

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** And seemed to be more than ready to take down Jeff, played by 6 ft 4 (1.93 m) [[TheSoup [[Series/TheSoup Joel McHale]], in the same manner.


* His NicolasCage presentation.

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* His NicolasCage Creator/NicolasCage presentation.

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