Community season 1 episode list

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Community is an American comedy television series which premiered on September 17, 2009, on NBC. The series follows a group of students at a community college in the fictional locale of Greendale, Colorado. The series heavily uses meta-humor and pop culture references, often parodying film and television clichés and tropes. The series was canceled by NBC in May 2014. However, Yahoo! Screen picked it up for a sixth and final season.[1] During the course of the series, 110 episodes of Community aired over six seasons, between September 17, 2009, and June 2, 2015.

Series overview[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2009–10)[edit]

Main article: Community (season 1)

Season 2 (2010–11)[edit]

Main article: Community (season 2)

Season 3 (2011–12)[edit]

Main article: Community (season 3)

Season 4 (2013)[edit]

Main article: Community (season 4)

Season 5 (2014)[edit]

Main article: Community (season 5)

Season 6 (2015)[edit]

Main article: Community (season 6)

Webisodes[edit]

The 5 As (2009)[edit]

The 5 As of Greendale is a webisode series that appeared before Community's pilot was broadcast. The videos are set up as informational videos featuring dean of admissions Pat Isakson (Dan Harmon) welcoming potential students to Greendale Community College.[97][98]

Six Candles[edit]

Abed's short film about his family life starring Jeff and Britta as his parents. This ties in to season 1, episode 3 ("Introduction to Film").

[edit]

The Community College Chronicles are two webisodes that act as Abed Nadir's student films. The webisodes parody events that happen on the main show Community. In the episode "Debate 109", the webisodes were seen by the characters making them believe Abed can see the future. The webisodes also appear on the Greendale Community College's website part of the A/V department's page.[99]

Spanish Videos (2010)[edit]

Spanish Videos are two webisodes (plus a trailer) featuring Star-Burns (Dino Stamatopoulos), Abed (Danny Pudi), and Señor Chang (Ken Jeong). Chang assigns the class a video assignment and Abed and Star-Burns make a space epic.[100]

Study Break (2010)[edit]

Study Break is a series of three mini-episodes of Community exclusive to Comcast's Xfinity TV and to the season one DVD of Community. The mini-episodes focus on 90 second study breaks during a Spanish study session.[101]

Road to the Emmys (2010)[edit]

Road to the Emmys are three webisodes about the study group on their way to an Emmy party.[102]

Dean Pelton's Office Hours (2010)[edit]

Dean Pelton's Office Hours are three webisodes focusing on Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) solving student problems.[103]

Save Greendale (2012)[edit]

They encourage people to come to Greendale.

Abed's Master Key (2012)[edit]

Abed's Master Key are three animated webisodes in which Abed becomes Dean Pelton's assistant and is given a master key to Greendale.[104]

Others[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Community : U.S. viewers per episode (millions)
SeasonEpisode number
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17.895.395.864.875.015.185.325.455.094.865.425.515.424.735.235.155.064.705.215.073.674.364.354.494.41
25.014.534.204.814.465.644.614.534.414.554.294.734.594.373.814.113.794.154.463.493.173.353.493.32N/A
33.933.983.353.783.423.843.493.623.743.604.753.873.483.003.092.773.213.202.992.972.612.48N/A
43.882.763.082.833.292.582.952.322.843.132.332.673.08N/A
53.493.493.583.073.023.012.562.792.773.322.502.562.87N/A
Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research[111]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^The episode listing is the broadcast order. Episodes 3 and 4, and 11 and 12 were switched around in their original broadcast, but appear in production and chronological order on all home media releases.[53]

References[edit]

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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Community_episodes
1 Sep 17
2009

Pilot

Fast-talking lawyer Jeff Winger enrolls at Greendale Community College after the State Bar discovered his illegitimate degree and threatened to suspend his license, and forms a…

2 Sep 24
2009

Spanish 101

Jeff’s attempt to become Britta’s Spanish project partner fails and he ends up with Pierce. Shirley and Annie help Britta with a social justice cause.

3 Oct 01
2009

Introduction to Film

Jeff joins Professor Whitman class for an easy A grade but then realizes how much work he needs to put in to pass. Britta helps Abed fulfill his dream.

4 Oct 08
2009

Social Psychology

Annie recruits Abed and Troy as psychology test subjects. Shirley and Jeff bond as they gossip about Britta and her boyfriend.

5 Oct 15
2009

Advanced Criminal Law

Senor Chang threatens to fail the whole class unless a cheater owns up;. Jeff defends the one who comes forward. Annie and Pierce team up to compose a new school song.

6 Oct 22
2009

Football, Feminism and You

While Jeff urges Troy to sign up with the football team, Britta learns girl talk etiquette from Shirley.

7 Oct 29
2009

Introduction to Statistics

Jeff must come to a decision after he makes a date with a hot statistics professor which clashes with Annie’s Day of the Dead Halloween party.

8 Nov 05
2009

Home Economics

Jeff’s schoolmates come to his aid when they learn he is living out of his car. Pierce joins Vaughn’s band while Annie and Troy plan out his date with another girl.…

9 Nov 12
2009

Debate 109

Jeff and Annie team up against City College for the debate championship. Pierce uses hypnotherapy on Britta to help her quit smoking. Shirley is weirded out as Abed’s fil…

10 Nov 19
2009

Environmental Science

Jeff is tasked with telling Senor Chang that he assigns an unreasonable amount of homework. Troy and Abed lose their subject for a biology lab experiment.

11 Dec 03
2009

The Politics of Human Sexuality

Britta dares Jeff to find himself a partner for a double date with Pierce and his new girlfriend. Shirley and Brittahelp Annie to learn anatomy for a special health fair presen…

12 Dec 10
2009

Comparative Religion

Shirley does the preparations for an upcoming holiday party. Jeff goes up against a school bully after being challenged to a fight.

13 Jan 14
2010

Investigative Journalism

While Jeff takes on the role of Greendale Gazette Journal’s editor, the gang must decide whether or not to admit an eager classmate into their study group.

14 Jan 21
2010

Interpretive Dance

Jeff struggles to keep his affair a secret. Troy and Britta choose to reveal their secret to their friends.

15 Feb 04
2010

Romantic Expressionism

Jeff and Britta meddle in Annie’s love life when she starts dating Britta’s ex, Vaughn. Pierce feels left out of Troy and Abed’s movie night.

16 Feb 11
2010

Communication Studies

Jeff attempts to reconcile his friendship with Britta after he makes a terrible mistake. Shirley and Annie want to pull a prank on Señor Chang.

17 Mar 04
2010

Physical Education

Jeff shows a little leg in billiards class when he’s forced to wear the Greendale PE uniform, while the gang tries to help Abed get a girl.

18 Mar 11
2010

Basic Genealogy

It’s family day at Greendale Community College and the gang’s families come to campus to join in on the fun.

19 Mar 18
2010

Beginner Pottery

While Jeff takes interest in a pottery class, Pierce invites his friends to his boating class.

20 Mar 25
2010

The Science of Illusion

Pierce strives to reach a new level of ascension in his Buddhist church. Britta secretly tries to shake her reputation as a buzzkill, resulting in a prank that goes horribly wr…

21 Apr 22
2010

Contemporary American Poultry

The group becomes popular when they start a racket in chicken fingers.Their new-found popularity inflates their egos, and Jeff realizes that he must find a way to end his frien…

22 Apr 29
2010

The Art of Discourse

The group is divided after Pierce crosses a line with Shirley; Britta and Jeff face a group of young bullies and their mother.

23 May 06
2010

Modern Warfare

The sexual tension between Jeff and Britta becomes a hot topic in study group. A contest for a chance at early class registration turns the peaceful campus of Greendale Communi…

24 May 13
2010

English as a Second Language

Greendale Community College is forced to bring in a new Spanish teacher after a shocking discovery about Señor Chang. Troy discovers a trade he truly excels in — plumbin…

25 May 20
2010

Pascal's Triangle Revisited

Britta and professor Slater fight for Jeff’s affection; Troy is upset when Abed doesn’t ask him to move into his dorm room.

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When his bogus law degree is exposed, Jeff Winger goes back to college and forms a study group of outcasts. (One episode of Season 2 is not available.)
Starring:Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi
Though its ratings barely cracked TV's top 100, this cult hit topped many critics' best-of lists.
Watch Community. Episode 1 of Season 1.

When the legitimacy of his degree is challenged, lawyer Jeff Winger must return to school, where he meets a clan of misfit community college students.

Watch Spanish 101. Episode 2 of Season 1.

While Jeff looks to use a Spanish class assignment to get close to Britta, Pierce has something altogether different in mind.

Watch Introduction to Film. Episode 3 of Season 1.

Jeff struggles to get a good grade, and Britta's offer to bankroll his film class exposes a rift between Abed and his angry father.

Watch Social Psychology. Episode 4 of Season 1.

As Annie recruits Abed and Troy for a psychology class experiment, Jeff and Shirley bond over their mutual fondness for gossip.

Watch Advanced Criminal Law. Episode 5 of Season 1.

As Pierce volunteers to compose a new school song, a cheating episode in Spanish class leaves Jeff defending Britta before a disciplinary tribunal.

Watch Football, Feminism and You. Episode 6 of Season 1.

Annie's dream of being the ex-football star's girlfriend is in jeopardy when Jeff is blackmailed into getting Troy to join Greendale's football team.

Watch Introduction to Statistics. Episode 7 of Season 1.

Jeff sets his sights on an attractive professor, and Annie looks to boost her social standing by hosting a Day of the Dead party.

Watch Home Economics. Episode 8 of Season 1.

Jeff is forced out of his condo and into Abed's dorm room, and Annie looks to get Troy's attention by helping him plan a romantic picnic.

Watch Debate 109. Episode 9 of Season 1.

As Jeff is drafted to help lead Greendale's debate team against the formidable City College, Abed's film-class projects appear to predict the future.

Watch Environmental Science. Episode 10 of Season 1.

Faced with an unreasonable amount of Spanish homework, Jeff's efforts to handle Señor Chang manage to help him, but not the rest of the class.

Watch The Politics of Human Sexuality. Episode 11 of Season 1.

With his high-price "escort" girlfriend on his arm, Pierce pressures Jeff into asking Dean Pelton's airhead secretary to double date at the STD Fair.

Watch Comparative Religion. Episode 12 of Season 1.

Shirley's plans for a holiday party are in jeopardy when Jeff is drawn into a fight with a campus bully.

Watch Investigative Journalism. Episode 13 of Season 1.

Jeff accepts an invitation to be the editor of the school paper as he and his friends fend off an interloper who wants to join their study group.

Watch Interpretive Dance. Episode 14 of Season 1.

As Jeff and Prof. Slater try to keep their student-teacher romance under wraps, Britta and Troy tell everyone about their shared passion for dance.

Watch Romantic Expressionism. Episode 15 of Season 1.

Jeff and Britta team up to derail Annie's fledgling romance with Greendale's resident hippie singer-songwriter, Vaughn.

Watch Communication Studies. Episode 16 of Season 1.

As Valentine's Day finds Jeff struggling with his feelings for Britta and professor Slater, Pierce and Troy are wrongly blamed for a prank.

Watch Physical Education. Episode 17 of Season 1.

The study group helps Abed land a date with a girl, and Jeff squares off with a P.E. coach who insists that he wear gym shorts to a billiards class.

Watch Basic Genealogy. Episode 18 of Season 1.

As Family Day lands Jeff in the middle of an affair with Pierce's sexy ex-stepdaughter, Shirley's unruly sons help liberate Abed's Afghani cousin.

Watch Beginner Pottery. Episode 19 of Season 1.

A pottery class he takes for an easy A reveals Jeff's deep-seated need to succeed.

Watch The Science of Illusion. Episode 20 of Season 1.

When her April Fools' Day prank inadvertently sends a human cadaver out the anatomy lab window, Britta looks to place the blame on Jeff.

Watch Contemporary American Poultry. Episode 21 of Season 1.

A scheme to replace a corrupt cafeteria employee transforms the study group into a criminal gang run by a power-hungry Abed.

Watch The Art of Discourse. Episode 22 of Season 1.

While a tasteless prank ends with Pierce being tossed out of the group, Britta and Jeff are forced to team up against some teen newcomers at school.

Watch Modern Warfare. Episode 23 of Season 1.

The first prize of priority registration engulfs Greendale Community College in a Spring Fling paintball war.

Watch English as a Second Language. Episode 24 of Season 1.

On the eve of an important final exam in Spanish, everyone's grades are jeopardized when it is discovered that Señor Chang has a damaging secret.

Watch Pascal's Triangle Revisited. Episode 25 of Season 1.

As the end of the school year finds Jeff at the apex of a romantic triangle, Annie ponders moving away with her hacky sack-playing boyfriend.

Watch Anthropology 101. Episode 1 of Season 2.

When the semester starts, Jeff is stunned that his rejection of Britta has made her a campus star; Chang wants to be accepted into the study group.

Watch Accounting for Lawyers. Episode 2 of Season 2.

When an old friend from Jeff's past appears unexpectedly, his friends discover that he was the one responsible for Jeff's disbarment.

Watch The Psychology of Letting Go. Episode 3 of Season 2.

A death provokes a fierce debate about Pierce's religious beliefs. Britta and Annie are at odds over tactics in the Gulf oil spill fund-raising drive.

Watch Basic Rocket Science. Episode 4 of Season 2.

Jeff and the group must salvage an aging museum exhibit that Dean Pelton wants as the centerpiece of Greendale's proposed aerospace training program.

Watch Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples. Episode 5 of Season 2.

Shirley and Abed are at odds over his plan to direct and star in his own epic religious film.

Watch Epidemiology. Episode 6 of Season 2.

Dean Pelton's army surplus party food sparks an outbreak of zombie-ism at the Greendale Halloween party.

Watch Aerodynamics of Gender. Episode 7 of Season 2.

Abed endears himself to the girls after he offers to take down their enemies on campus; Jeff and Troy stumble onto a groundskeeper's secret paradise.

Watch Cooperative Calligraphy. Episode 8 of Season 2.

Annie's missing pen leads to friction within the group.

Watch Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design. Episode 9 of Season 2.

When Jeff tries to obtain credit for a fictitious class, the unintended consequences rock Greendale. Abed and Troy build an elaborate blanket fort.

Watch Mixology Certification. Episode 10 of Season 2.

Troy's friends help him celebrate his 21st birthday.

Watch Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas. Episode 11 of Season 2.

The meaning of Christmas is lost and Abed's intense fixation on the holiday concerns the group in this special stop-motion animation episode.

Watch Asian Population Studies. Episode 12 of Season 2.

With Chang pressing for membership in the study group, Annie's latest crush has Jeff reeling as Shirley unveils some stunning news.

Watch Celebrity Pharmacology. Episode 13 of Season 2.

Pierce's efforts to bribe director Annie may undermine the theater group's antidrug play; Jeff's texting prank puts Britta in an awkward situation.

Watch Early 21st Century Romanticism. Episode 14 of Season 2.

On Valentine's Day, Troy and Abed compete for the attention of an assistant librarian, while Britta tries to show she's open-minded about lesbians.

Watch Intermediate Documentary Filmmaking. Episode 15 of Season 2.

Claiming that he is about to die, Pierce summons the study group to the hospital to bequeath his belongings to them.

Watch Intro to Political Science. Episode 16 of Season 2.

For an upcoming vice-presidential visit, Glendale's Dean Pelton hastily organizes an election for student body president that pits Annie against Jeff.

Watch Custody Law and Eastern European Diplomacy. Episode 17 of Season 2.

Although Shirley and Andre don't want Chang involved with her baby, he resolves to be a good dad. Abed and Troy's new friend may be a war criminal.

Watch Critical Film Studies. Episode 18 of Season 2.

Jeff and the group arrange a Pulp Fiction birthday party for Abed, but he has his own plans, starting with an expensive dinner for himself and Jeff.

Watch Competitive Wine Tasting. Episode 19 of Season 2.

Jeff is suspicious of Pierce's engagement to a pretty classmate. Troy invents a childhood trauma to impress Britta, and Abed challenges a professor.

Watch Paradigms of Human Memory. Episode 20 of Season 2.

Working on their final anthropology diorama, Chang finds a cache of items stolen by Troy's monkey that dredge up unhappy memories for the study group.

Watch Applied Anthropology and Culinary Arts. Episode 21 of Season 2.

As the semester ends, the anthropology final is disrupted when Shirley goes into labor and her husband, Andre, is summoned to school for the birth.

Watch A Fist Full of Paintballs. Episode 22 of Season 2.

A $100,000 paintball war prize pits members of the study group against one another, until they decide to join forces to stop a mysterious challenger.

Watch For a Few Paintballs More. Episode 23 of Season 2.

As the paintball war is revealed to be a City College plot, Jeff and Troy vie for control of Greendale's ragtag army, while Pierce betrays the group.

Watch Biology 101. Episode 1 of Season 3.

As Jeff tries to keep Pierce from rejoining the study group, Dean Pelton faces off with Vice Dean Laybourne for control of Greendale.

Watch Geography of Global Conflict. Episode 2 of Season 3.

As Annie competes with an overachieving rival in a Model United Nations competition, Jeff wrestles with his feelings for his ambitious friend.

Watch Competitive Ecology. Episode 3 of Season 3.

The study group struggles to incorporate a fellow classmate while working on a project for Professor Kane's class.

Watch Remedial Chaos Theory. Episode 4 of Season 3.

When Jeff introduces an element of randomness into Troy and Abed's housewarming party, reality splits into six timelines.

Watch Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps. Episode 5 of Season 3.

When a personality test suggests that one group member is a homicidal maniac, they use a series of scary Halloween stories to expose the killer.

Watch Advanced Gay. Episode 6 of Season 3.

When a drag queen's song makes Hawthorne Wipes an iconic gay product, Pierce embraces it, until his homophobic dad shows up to squelch the idea.

Watch Studies in Modern Movement. Episode 7 of Season 3.

Annie has second thoughts about moving in with Troy and Abed once she realizes that they expect her to live in a blanket fort.

Watch Documentary Filmmaking: Redux. Episode 8 of Season 3.

As Dean Pelton films a new commercial for Greendale, the production takes a wild turn once he discovers that a famous alum has agreed to appear in it.

Watch Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism. Episode 9 of Season 3.

When Shirley agrees to coach Jeff in foosball, they realize that she bullied him mercilessly when they were kids.

Watch Regional Holiday Music. Episode 10 of Season 3.

The study group is slowly convinced to fill in for the Glee Club at Greendale's Christmas pageant.

Watch Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts. Episode 11 of Season 3.

When Shirley's remarriage to Andre threatens to put her dreams of starting a business with Pierce on hold, Britta steps in.

Watch Contemporary Impressionists. Episode 12 of Season 3.

The study group must work as celebrity impersonators at a bar mitzvah to pay off Abed's debt to a talent agency owner.

Watch Digital Exploration of Interior Design. Episode 13 of Season 3.

When Britta falls for the human embodiment of the Subway sandwich chain, Shirley and Pierce hope to use the situation to their advantage.

Watch Pillows and Blankets. Episode 14 of Season 3.

The students of Greendale are drawn into an epic pillow fight as Troy and Abed start a war that threatens to destroy their unique friendship.

Watch Origins of Vampire Mythology. Episode 15 of Season 3.

When a carnival comes to Greendale, Annie goes to great lengths to make sure that Britta doesn't contact her carnival worker ex-boyfriend.

Watch Virtual Systems Analysis. Episode 16 of Season 3.

After sending Troy and Britta on a date, Annie volunteers to keep Abed company in his Dreamatorium.

Watch Basic Lupine Urology. Episode 17 of Season 3.

When the yam the study group was growing for biology class is killed, Troy and Abed are on the case.

Watch Course Listing Unavailable. Episode 18 of Season 3.

After a classmate suddenly dies, the study group decides to host a memorial, but Jeff turns his speech into an angry anti-Greendale rant.

Watch Curriculum Unavailable. Episode 19 of Season 3.

After Abed is caught trespassing at Greendale, he and his friends visit a psychiatrist.

Watch Digital Estate Planning. Episode 20 of Season 3.

Pierce and his closest friends are summoned to Hawthorne Labs to play a video game that will determine who will inherit his father's fortune.

Watch The First Chang Dynasty. Episode 21 of Season 3.

The study group stages an elaborate heist to break in to Greendale and free Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) from the clutches of Chang (Ken Jeong).

Watch Introduction to Finality. Episode 22 of Season 3.

Jeff agrees to represent Shirley in a case against Pierce to determine official ownership of their new sandwich shop.

Watch History 101. Episode 1 of Season 4.

On the first day of senior year, Jeff reveals some news that might tear apart the study group. Meanwhile, Dean Pelton holds an elaborate competition.

Watch Paranormal Parentage. Episode 2 of Season 4.

On the way to a Halloween party, the study group must free Pierce from his panic room and slowly comes to suspect that his mansion is haunted.

Watch Conventions of Space and Time. Episode 3 of Season 4.

Troy worries about losing Abed to a fellow Inspector Spacetime fan at a convention for the show, while Annie fantasizes about being married to Jeff.

Watch Alternative History of the German Invasion. Episode 4 of Season 4.

The study group contends with a group of German students who take over the study room. Chang makes his return to campus.

Watch Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations. Episode 5 of Season 4.

Britta joins Jeff to see his estranged father on Thanksgiving. Shirley invites the rest of the group to spend the holiday with her judgmental in-laws.

Watch Advanced Documentary Filmmaking. Episode 6 of Season 4.

Greendale comes together to get to the bottom of Chang's amnesia, which Abed films as a documentary. Jeff, however, suspects Chang is faking it.

Watch Economics of Marine Biology. Episode 7 of Season 4.

Dean Pelton enlists the study group to beautify the campus to woo a wealthy student to Greendale. A class on teaching P.E. pits Shirley against Troy.

Watch Herstory of Dance. Episode 8 of Season 4.

Jeff sets out to embarrass Britta when she announces a dance for women's empowerment. Abed dreams of shuttling between two dates in one night.

Watch Intro to Felt Surrogacy. Episode 9 of Season 4.

Dean Pelton prompts the study group to use puppets to relive the traumatic events of a recent adventure.

Watch Intro to Knots. Episode 10 of Season 4.

Jeff organizes a lovely holiday gathering at his apartment, but Annie secretly invites Professor Cornwallis to get in his good graces.

Watch Basic Human Anatomy. Episode 11 of Season 4.

When Annie and Shirley learn that Leonard is actually holding the spot as the class valedictorian, they join forces to bring him down.

Watch Heroic Origins. Episode 12 of Season 4.

Abed's research into the study group's history uncovers an overlooked series of chance encounters that led each of them to Greendale.

Watch Advanced Introduction to Finality. Episode 13 of Season 4.

A plan to celebrate Jeff's early graduation is unexpectedly disrupted by the study group's evil doppelgangers from the Darkest Timeline.

Watch Repilot. Episode 1 of Season 5.

With his law practice doomed, Jeff returns to Greendale to start a class action suit against the school, but a hologram of Pierce has him reconsider.

Watch Introduction to Teaching. Episode 2 of Season 5.

Abed tackles a two-day crash course on Nicolas Cage, while a clueless Jeff begins his teaching career with Annie as his most demanding student.

Watch Basic Intergluteal Numismatics. Episode 3 of Season 5.

With the mysterious Ass Crack Bandit back at Greendale, Annie and Jeff are on the case. As clues and suspicions mount, Shirley delivers shocking news.

Watch Cooperative Polygraphy. Episode 4 of Season 5.

Pierce's funeral leaves the study group with mixed feelings, especially after their late tormentor leaves one last test to reveal everyone's secrets.

Watch Geothermal Escapism. Episode 5 of Season 5.

For Troy's last day at Greendale, Abed holds a campus-wide "hot lava" fantasy game. With a comic book worth $50,000 as the prize, it's an all-out war.

Watch Analysis of Cork-Based Networking. Episode 6 of Season 5.

While Annie and Hickey's fight to get a bulletin board repaired spirals out of control, Abed and Britta go to war over spoilers of his favorite show.

Watch Bondage and Beta Male Sexuality. Episode 7 of Season 5.

Jeff counsels a smitten Duncan on how to get a date with Britta but is developing feelings of his own. An angry Hickey tries to teach Abed a lesson.

Watch App Development and Condiments. Episode 8 of Season 5.

A new caste system takes over when Greendale beta tests an app that ranks everyone. Shirley loves her new status, but Jeff and Britta want it stopped.

Watch VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing. Episode 9 of Season 5.

Abed and Annie try to solve their new roommate dilemma with a retro VCR game, while Jeff, Shirley and Hickey hatch a plan to sell stolen textbooks.

Watch Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. Episode 10 of Season 5.

To help Hickey be a more involved grandfather, which means patching up a bad relationship with his son, the gang creates an epic role-playing game.

Watch G.I. Jeff. Episode 11 of Season 5.

Jeff's depression over turning 40 leads him to drink himself unconscious. In his dreams, he and the gang are part of the "G. I. Joe" cartoon team.

Watch Basic Story. Episode 12 of Season 5.

The Save Greendale Committee's success is short-lived when the board votes for a corporate sellout, but Pelton, Annie and Abed might find a solution.

Watch Basic Sandwich. Episode 13 of Season 5.

To save Greendale from being sold, the gang searches for an eccentric computer science professor's legendary treasure hidden beneath the school.

Watch Ladders. Episode 1 of Season 6.

New administrative consultant Frankie's strict — and sobering — changes split the group when Abed goes rogue to side with the enemy.

Watch Lawnmower Maintenance & Postnatal Care. Episode 2 of Season 6.

When Dean Pelton loses himself — and a chunk of the college budget — in a virtual reality system, Jeff seeks help from its cantankerous inventor.

Watch Basic Crisis Room Decorum. Episode 3 of Season 6.

A rival's attack ad puts the group into defensive mode — and a moral quandary. Britta and Chang find new ways to gross everyone out.

Watch Queer Studies & Advanced Waxing. Episode 4 of Season 6.

Dean Pelton's sexuality gives him an uncomfortable edge for a school board seat. Chang scores a surprise win in a stage adaptation of "The Karate Kid."

Watch Laws Of Robotics & Party Rights. Episode 5 of Season 6.

When prisoners roll into Greendale via telerobot, Jeff meets his match in a clever convict. Britta's plans for a raging house party backfire.

Watch Basic Email Security. Episode 6 of Season 6.

A hacker angry over a racist comic's planned campus performance threatens to publish the activity committee's personal emails.

Watch Advanced Safety Feature. Episode 7 of Season 6.

Britta's ex-boyfriend, Rick, returns, reigniting her far-fetched dreams of a normal relationship. Annie goes to extremes to win Elroy over.

Watch Intro To Recycled Cinema. Episode 8 of Season 6.

A commercial catchphrase catapults Chang to viral fame and a life-changing move. The group bands together to make movie magic for Abed.

Watch Grifting 101. Episode 9 of Season 6.

Visiting Professor DeSalvo gives Jeff and his friends a master class in grifting and a bonus lesson on the art of revenge.

Watch Basic RV Repair & Palmistry. Episode 10 of Season 6.

A 19-foot plaster hand guides the group on an emotional journey as they travel through mountains and flashbacks while aboard Elroy's RV.

Watch Modern Espionage. Episode 11 of Season 6.

Heroes are born, promises are broken and the stakes are raised when paintball makes an explosive return to Greendale's campus.

Watch Wedding Videography. Episode 12 of Season 6.

When two Greendale students get married, the wedding reception takes a turn after Jeff unwittingly exposes an inconvenient truth.

Watch Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television. Episode 13 of Season 6.

The former study group's future — and friendships — are put to a test when one chapter of their lives closes and a new one begins.

Joel McHaleGillian JacobsDanny PudiYvette Nicole BrownAlison BrieDonald GloverKen JeongChevy ChaseJim Rash
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Community First Scene (Full Version, Uncensored)

Community (season 1)

Season of television series

Season of television series

The first season of the television comedy series Community originally aired from September 17, 2009 on NBC to May 20, 2010 in the United States. The first three episodes aired at 9:30 pm ET before being moved to 8:00 pm ET. The show was picked up for 22 episodes in October 2009, and an additional 3 episodes were ordered later.

The show focuses on disbarred lawyer Jeff Winger, and his attempt to get a bachelor's degree at a community college, while he forms a bond with his Spanishstudy group.

Cast[edit]

See also: List of Community characters

Starring[edit]

Episodes[edit]

See also: List of Community episodes

Production[edit]

Casting[edit]

Dan Harmon emphasized the importance of the cast to making the premise of the comedy work. "Casting was 95 percent of putting the show together," he said in an interview.[26] He had worked with several of the cast members earlier; Joel McHale, John Oliver, and Chevy Chase all had cameo roles in episode 9 of Water and Power, the short film series produced by Harmon for Channel 101.[27] Actor Chevy Chase had long been a favorite of Harmon. Though principally not very partial to sitcoms, Chase was persuaded to take the job by the quality of the show's writing.[26] Harmon saw similarities between Chase and the character he plays on the show. Though Chase has often been ridiculed for his career choices, Harmon believed this role could be redeeming: "What makes Chevy and Pierce heroic is this refusal to stop."[28] Harmon had to warn Chase against playing a "wise-ass" the way he often does in his roles, since the character of Pierce is a rather pathetic figure who is normally the butt of the joke himself.[28]

McHale, known from the E! comedy talk show The Soup, was also (like Chase) impressed by Harmon's writing. He commented that "Dan's script... was so head and shoulders above everything else that I was reading."[29] McHale appealed to Harmon because of his likeable quality, which allowed the character to possess certain unsympathetic traits without turning the viewer against him.[28] For the role of Annie, Harmon wanted someone who would resemble Tracy Flick, Reese Witherspoon's character from the 1999 film Election. Originally the producers were looking for a Latina or Asian Tracy Flick. Instead they ended up casting Alison Brie, known from her role as Trudy Campbell on Mad Men.[28]

Development[edit]

The premise of Community was based on Harmon's real-life experiences. In an attempt to save his relationship with his then-girlfriend, he enrolled in Glendale Community College northeast of Los Angeles, where they would take Spanish together.[26] Harmon got involved in a study group and, somewhat against his own instincts, became closely connected to the group of people with whom he had very little in common. "...I was in this group with these knuckleheads and I started really liking them," he explains, "even though they had nothing to do with the film industry and I had nothing to gain from them and nothing to offer them."[28] With this as the background, Harmon wrote the show with a main character largely based on himself. He had, like Jeff, been self-centered and independent to the extreme before he realized the value of connecting with other people.[28]

About the creative process behind the writing, Harmon says that he had to write the show as if it were a film, not a sitcom. Essentially, he says, the process was no different from the earlier work he had done, except for the length and the target demographic.[28]

Reception[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

The show's reviews for season 1 have been mostly positive, scoring a 69 out of 100 with critics on Metacritic.[30] Notably, David Bushman (Curator, Television) of the Paley Center for Media called Community the best new show of the fall season.[31] Jonah Krakow of IGN gave the first season an 8.5 saying "Given the way Community eventually ramped up and delivered some amazing stories in the second half of the season, I'm extremely excited about what's to come for Season 2."[32]

Awards and nominations[edit]

See also: List of awards and nominations received by Community

Nielsen ratings[edit]

The first season averaged 5 million viewers with a 2.4 rating in the 18–49 demographic and ranked #97 for the season.[34]

DVD release[edit]

The first season of Community was released on DVD on September 21, 2010. The DVD contains all 25 episodes on four discs plus special features. Special features on the DVD include:[35]

  • Commentary on every episode. Participants include creator Dan Harmon; cast members Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie, Donald Glover, Ken Jeong and Chevy Chase; directors Anthony Russo, Joe Russo and Adam Davidson; and writers Andrew Guest, Lauren Pomerantz, Hilary Winston, Karey Dornetto, Chris McKenna and Emily Cutler.
  • Outtakes
  • Season one cast evaluations
  • Season one highlight reel
  • "Creative Compromises" featurette
  • "Advanced Criminal Law" alternative scenes
  • Three mini episodes
  • "Kickpuncher" comic book

References[edit]

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  3. ^Seidman, Robert (October 2, 2009). ""Greys", "Practice", "CSI", "Mentalist" all a tick up in broadcast final, "Leno Show" down a tick". TV by the Numbers. Archived from the original on April 30, 2011. Retrieved October 2, 2009.
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