I can't count the reasons I should stay, One by one they all just fade away. Community S6! #andamovie

Veloxi wrote:

Damn, she can be so dang hot.

That youtube channel has a bunch of those short vids of her.

Community wins Critics Choice Award for best comedy:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/new...

Huzzah!

Six seasons and a movie art show.

From the art show, this makes me two kinds of sad.

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I put my faith in that it's only mostly Harmonless.

Sure, just put your towel over your head.

I like how the pic includes Annie's Boobs.

Also, the monkey.

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Hey, that guy in the middle looks just like me!

Ryan Seacrest?

LiquidMantis wrote:

Ryan Seacrest?

No, the old guy.

Oh yeah, now I see it.

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[size=2]Yeah, it sucks even for a Monday morning 'shop job. It isn't easy finding Q-Stone source files surprisingly. GIS'ing for "quintin stone site:gamerswithjobs.com" led down a dark, scary path.[/size]

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The origin story of the "I'm going to put my fist up your balls" guy:

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McChuck wrote:

The origin story of the "I'm going to put my fist up your balls" guy:

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While it's nice that Anthony Michael Hall is getting work, they really dropped the ball by not casting Billy Zabka for that. It's an especially bad oversight considering the wardrobe seems to be based on Zabka's character in Just One of the Guys.

iaintgotnopants wrote:
McChuck wrote:

The origin story of the "I'm going to put my fist up your balls" guy:

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While it's nice that Anthony Michael Hall is getting work, they really dropped the ball by not casting Billy Zabka for that. It's an especially bad oversight considering the wardrobe seems to be based on Zabka's character in Just One of the Guys.

Oh wow, THAT guy, he'd have been awesome.

Well this doesn't sound too promising.

This morning at the Beverly Hilton, NBC entertainment chief Robert Greenblatt spoke to introduce the network’s new fall schedule, with a message: NBC can no longer afford pride. Those sophisticated, risk-taking, grown-up comedies? Love ‘em! Not going to do ‘em so much anymore!

“We’re in a transition,” Greenblatt said. “We’re trying to broaden the audience.” And while he called the network’s Thursday roster–and Community, moving to Fridays, “great shows,” he frankly said: “We just can’t get the audience for them. They tend to be a little bit more narrow and more sophisticated than you want for a broad audience.”

Just when they can't make any worse decisions at NBC... then they do...

They can go ahead and CBS themselves, I've basically resigned myself to one last year of Community.

SpacePPoliceman wrote:

They can go ahead and CBS themselves, I've basically resigned myself to one last year of Community.

I've pretty much accepted that the last episode of season 3 was the series finale. Community without Dan Harmon seems likely to be Community without its soul.

bnpederson wrote:
SpacePPoliceman wrote:

They can go ahead and CBS themselves, I've basically resigned myself to one last year of Community.

I've pretty much accepted that the last episode of season 3 was the series finale. Community without Dan Harmon seems likely to be Community without its soul.

That sounds alright, I could go for a good Vampire community.

SpacePPoliceman wrote:

They can go ahead and CBS themselves, I've basically resigned myself to one last year of Community.

I'm finding myself watching more and more of networks like FX & HBO that take risks and make longer story arc content than the traditional networks.

I had a long dream involving Jeff, Annie, Britta, and myself. Oddly, no Troy, Abed, Shirley, or Pierce.

MannishBoy wrote:

Well this doesn't sound too promising.

This morning at the Beverly Hilton, NBC entertainment chief Robert Greenblatt spoke to introduce the network’s new fall schedule, with a message: NBC can no longer afford pride. Those sophisticated, risk-taking, grown-up comedies? Love ‘em! Not going to do ‘em so much anymore!

“We’re in a transition,” Greenblatt said. “We’re trying to broaden the audience.” And while he called the network’s Thursday roster–and Community, moving to Fridays, “great shows,” he frankly said: “We just can’t get the audience for them. They tend to be a little bit more narrow and more sophisticated than you want for a broad audience.”

Welp, THAT seems stupid. Ah well, at least we got three years of the show, and hopefully season 4 will be good.

Just hoping it will be picked up by another network, with harmon back at the helm.

Dysplastic wrote:

Just hoping it will be picked up by another network, with harmon back at the helm.

Word is, Harmon is close to signing on with Fox for a multi-camera sitcom.

And now CBS wants a piece of Harmon, too. Seems that Sony and NBC are the only companies that don't want to work with him.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...

From Starburns Industries, and already funded with 38 days left.

Oh, also it's a project written by Charlie Kaufman of Being John Malkovich and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Dan Harmon is involved, and Pendleton Ward, the creator of Adventure Time, is "designing prints, shoes and hoodies for backers".

Huh, I didn't know that Starburns was the creator of Moral Orel.