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Planning for the future.
Pantsing, guitar-smashing, “duh” battles, togas, and a massive food fight!
Season two begins, and new cast member Megan Mullally achieves the otherworldly task of making us not miss Jane Lynch.
With its 'Goodfellas' homage and pet monkeys, the first episode in a month was perhaps the series' best so far.
Chevy Chase crashing into things; Joel McHale singing the Righteous Brothers; and sweet, sweet Troy with his one-liners.
Plenty of understanding, compliments, and, yes, hugs. Also, Britta bent over and caned by a grandma.
Rip off your tightie-whities, billiards fans, this was one of the strongest half-hours this season.
In which the show frustratingly toys with the central Jeff-Britta relationship.
This is a strange sort of finale to process for the 'FNL' faithful.
We’re finally starting to feel like Greendale Human Beings!