Joel McHale has a strong defense for Chevy Chase. How could Chase have left those nasty messages for “Community” creator Dan Harmon when he doesn’t understand voicemail?
Thursday night’s “Community” had a very unusual, highly visible guest-star in its midst: A Subway sandwich shop. Watch the episode here.
Keeping to an offhanded quip he made a few weeks back, Conan O’Brien and Andy Richter did last night’s entire episode of “Conan” from a mini version of their set.
Ashley Judd and some savvy ABC scheduling personnel joined forces to hand the network something it’s been missing on Thursday nights — a possible, new hit series.
We were happy to see “Community” come back last night, and it was refreshing that the show came back with an episode that wasn’t all meta, and didn’t wink at its viewers and go, “did ya miss us?”
A streak of self-loathing in Dan Harmon is likely what fuels “Community” to achieve the comedic heights it does, but while the show has been on hiatus, its creator has been under more self-induced stress than ever.
Fans of “Community” rejoice. Following a lengthy hiatus from the schedule, the sitcom returns (Thursday, March 15, 8/7c) to prime time with one of its funniest episodes yet: the remarriage of Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) and her ex-husband, as planned by Britta (Gillian Jacobs) and Jeff (Joel McHale). To celebrate the occasion, we asked the residents […]
Are you getting giddy about “Community” coming back next Thursday? We are, and we got even more giddy when NBC released a mew trailer. It does a great job of showing just what kind of weird and fun things are going to be facing the “Greendale Seven” in the second half of the season.
NBC is making a mini-push to promote the return of “Community” next Thursday, and part of it is a series of animated shorts called “Abed’s Master Key.”
When “Community” comes back — and the NBC brass do promise that it’s “when,” not “if” — there’s at least one thing we know for certain will happen: one of the regulars on the show will meet his demise.