Community is doing a puppet episode.
In the episode, the group takes a balloon ride and crashes in the woods, where they meet a mountain man played by Jason Alexander. Attempting to encourage them to speak about the experience, Dean Pelton urges them to talk about it using puppets. Hilarity ensues.NBC only says “later this spring” for an air-date. (x)
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Two weeks in a row they’ve taken what sounds like an angry Internet comment from someone who hates the show and turned it into dialogue. Perfect. Flawless. Coolcoolcool.
LOST + Community = awesomeness.
And Giancarlo Esposito is going to be on the show!
Spring semester is officially underway so this is about as good a time as any to post this Community screencap I’ve had saved in my drafts forever.
Jeff: “You know what I don’t get? He never wears a shirt, he never wears shoes, why hasn’t he died from lack of service?”
On today’s “Community” news.
I don’t watch Community, at least not regularly.
I’ve seen it a few times.
I don’t love Community.
What I’ve seen was alright, but I was never really drawn into it.
However, the response from the people who DO love Community today has inspired me to give the show another chance, perhaps a more fair chance than I’ve given it to this point. I’ll start right at the beginning, wait until I have the time to watch a bunch of episodes in a row, and see where I stand on it after that.
Whitney Cummings whining that people are being dicks has also inspired this. Sorry lady, you have a Twitter and anyone who wants to @ you can say anything they want; that’s the beauty of Twitter. (Part of me does feel kind of bad for @ replying a celebrity just to say something mean, so I guess that’s a new low for me/my Twitter account.) If she doesn’t like it, maybe she should start by writing a better show and maybe even telling the other actors on the show to act like they give a fuck instead of (yawnnnn!) looking super bored, going through the motions and reading their lines.