All puppets, plus Jason Alexander.
Meta vs. vérité, Troy and Abed vs. Larry and Artie.
This is the first episode this season that feels both familiar and fresh.
We kick off our Sitcom Smackdown, a bracket that pits Cheers, The Simpsons, 30 Rock, Arrested Development, and twelve more comedy greats against each other to find the ultimate champion.
Has Community turned into an "American version" of itself?
I’m trying to give the post–Dan Harmon Community a chance. Really I am.
Plus: Working with Adam Levine is like watching Magic Mike, per Andy Samberg, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Plus: Kevin Bacon's encounters with drunk New Yorkers, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Plans include a ground-floor bistro, food market, two dining rooms, a sidewalk cafÃ©, a cellar-level restaurant, and several lounges.
The gang Scooby-Doos it up in Pierce's creepy mansion in this Valentine's Day/Halloween episode.
Two hours of arguments at the Community Board meeting don't bode well for bubbly.
"You have to embrace the fact that Nicolas Cage is a pretty good actor," says Dan Harmon.
Thirty-eight percent better than Liz Lemon.
The season-four premiere zooms through a number of genre parodies.
Plus: Joel McHale and Jimmy Fallon egged themselves, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
And we imagined the sex dialogue.