Jeff Winger is one slick dude. But can he fool Britta into thinking that he’s seriously ill and unable to help Annie move in with Troy and Abed when he’s actually just trying on some fresh threads at The Gap? Let’s watch Joel McHale work his magic in this one-minute clip from tonight’s episode of Community, titled “Studies in Modern Movement” (NBC, 8 p.m.), and hope that our doctor writes us a prescription for a khaki-counting machine. READ FULL STORY
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Community‘s stop-motion episode last season was one of the series’ finest, but this year, the comedy is taking a more musical approach to their holiday episode.
“We really go all out,” says Yvette Nicole Brown, who plays Shirley on the show. “We all sing, but I don’t know if it’s a musical. But there’s music. It’s not lines of dialogue that are sung, but we sing.” READ FULL STORY
We here at EW were looking for a way to salute some classic school-set comedies from the late 70s and 80s for our Comedy Issue, which hits stands today. We could have done it with conventional weapons, but that would have taken years and cost millions of lives. We had to all go out, as this situation absolutely required a really futile and stupid gesture be done on somebody’s part. The good news? We knew just the guys to do it: The students at Greendale Community College! The nine stars of the clever and refer-ential NBC comedy Community recreated some famous imagery from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Porky’s, and The Breakfast Club (which you can see in the magazine), as well as Animal House – which you can check out below in this online exclusive: READ FULL STORY
'Community': See Joel McHale transform into a vampire in next week's Halloween episode -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
You could argue that every week is Halloween Week on NBC’s Community, but next week is one of those weeks where you’re really right. On the evening of Oct. 27, things get a little scary when our study group meets up for a Halloween pre-party, at which everyone shares a horror story. (It’s all part of a perfectly logical plan by Britta to figure out who amongst them is a psycho.) Before you watch, let us warn you: Jeff Winger totally sucks in all the right ways. Proceed, you drained and tainted bitch-dogs. READ FULL STORY
No, not 30 Rock — 3rd Rock, as in 3rd Rock From the Sun.
Former co-star of the NBC hit sitcom, French Stewart, is set to guest star on NBC’s Community this season. Stewart will play Vincent, the owner of a celebrity impersonator service. Vincent was once a celebrity impersonator himself — or he might be French Stewart incognito. Abed (Danny Pudi) wants to cast celebrity look-a-likes to reenact films and finds himself in heavy debt to the menacing Vincent.
The episode will air early next year. Stewart is also providing a voice for Fox’s upcoming new animated comedy Allen Gregory.
On tonight’s episode of Community (NBC, 8 p.m.), Michael K. Williams, a.k.a. Prof. Kane, gives his biology students their first assignment: Construct a terrarium, which is sort of like the D-word. (Diorama.) Will our study group be happy with this, or their assigned lab partners? They won’t. Will Prof. Kane take you on a figurative field trip to Legoland? He will. Check out this exclusive clip below, which is supplemented with a scene that provides relief for those who’d rather not leave their comfort zones. READ FULL STORY
RuPaul’s Drag Race fave Shangela is headed back to TV! EW has exclusively learned that Shangela — also known by her out-of-drag name D.J. Pierce — just wrapped a small, but important, guest spot on an upcoming episode of NBC’s comedy Community.
The episode, currently slated to air Nov. 3, finds Pierce playing a drag character, Miss Urbana Champaign, that makes a gut-busting viral video praising the use of Pierce’s (Chevy Chase) Hawthorne Wipes in a way that is not exactly how they were originally intended to be used. The video leads to the wipes gaining iconic status and propels Chase’s Pierce to throw a big party — that is, until his father Cornelius Hawthorne (Larry Cedar) shuts it down.
So just what is D.J. Pierce’s character’s scandalous use for the wipes? We can’t say exactly. But considering that Pierce is a drag queen in real life and considering that does indeed influence his role in the episode, there are just so many possibilities, right? Just think about it a little bit, people! READ FULL STORY
Thought you were watching a fun, lighthearted romp last season on Community? Maybe you should re-think that drink. As you can see in this
film trailer montage video below, courtesy of NBC.com, there are deep, dark tensions snaking through the Greendale campus, thanks to the three-headed serpent named Jeff-Annie-Britta. Was this Fatal Attraction-like video a hint about the psycho-sexual direction of the new season (which starts next Thursday, by the way)? Consider this: When Joel McHale was asked in last week’s issue of EW whom Jeff would romantically target next, he answered, “It’s going back to Annie. That said, because Jeff and Britta have had secret sex for a year, it’s not as simple as you think.” Press play and remember: People aren’t playthings. READ FULL STORY
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