Photographer James Minchin took these gorgeous, candid shots for 'New York' Magazine's TV issue.
"Because our jokes aren't popping here. The jokes aren't popping!"
In the finale, Greendale rallies 'Star Wars'–style.
"The last two years, I've felt sort of like a guest star on 'Fantasy Island' that needs to learn an important lesson about growing up by getting a TV show."
"I don't know what to do, my whole brain is crying."
Let's survey all the titling themes used by current TV shows: There are movie puns, Sondheim lyrics, zazzy substitutions ...
"I'm emotionally invested in Kensi and Deeks getting together."
'500 Days of Summer' meets Jeff and Britta.
Betty Grable, Backseat Birthers, and 'Indecent Proposal' references.
Flashbacks and montages have never been so insidery!
And you thought he was just there to make 'Who's the Boss?' jokes.
And he keeps a straight face all the way through.
The 'My Dinner With Andre Dinner With Abed' episode.
"Our male producers would talk to Josh for five minutes and then they'd walk over and say, 'He really is attractive, isn't he?'"