5. You tell ‘em, Hobwinger.
6. Eight-legged demons are terrified of Macy’s catalogs.
7. At the Dean’s window sad and lonely.
8. So worth it.
9. Hector the Well Endowed showing his…endowment?.
10. Count Frogula and Clyde Frog went to acting school together.
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Hector the Well Endowed gave me the weirdest boner
“lightning bolt, lighting bolt lightning bolt!”
my wife had no idea why I started laughing at that.
it was ok. i was just taken out of the story a bit, because the DM rolled for every action? they couldn’t of brought more 20 sided die?
That’s how some pathfinder/older gen DnD games are run, DR does most if not all of the rolling and everyone else just rps. I mean…who the hell knows, NERDS right? Not…not like I have a game like that on Wednesday’s or anything.
That drove me crazy. Imagine playing a tabletop game where someone else rolled for you every time.
Is there a way danny pudi can have the hob goblins go to therapy over his hobgoblin wife’s cheating ways?
I love that the Dean just carries a picture of Jeff around with him, evidently.
Also, Hank’s character “Tristram” sounds like a reference to Tristram Shapeero, who’s directed a lot of Community. I’m sure I’m not the only one to notice that. And maybe Hank’s name is a Breaking Bad reference. Or maybe I’m overthinking things
I picked up on the Tristram bit immediately.
…I’ll be your stuffy, Annie…
That was both adorable and hot when she said that.
Am I the only one getting the feeling like Dan Harmon’s starting to treat Shirley like dead weight? Heck, this episode he just said “screw it,” (imaginatively) killed her off halfway through, and never looked back.
Did you watch last weeks episode? Or the episode before that? Shirley has be a major player this season.
What @GeneralBluth said
Plus, even if he did treat her like dead weight that would be fine with me. Worst character in the group by a lot.
*Been, not be.
Dammit, I’m too hungover to type today.
Fine, maybe a better way to put it would be that Dan Harmon seems frustrated by her character. If he’s not minimizing her appearance compared to everyone else, then he’s portraying her negatively, whether as an elitist power monger in a toga, or….an elitist power monger with textbooks. She’s not nice, sweet Shirley anymore, he’s turning her into the villain role vacated by Pierce, then Chang. Does not bode well.
You’re really off base dude.
She’s treated the same as everyone else and she’s never been just “sweet Shirley”. They’ve always shined a harsh light on her hypocrisy, condescension, and guilt trips.
I don’t think that’s a viable assessment either. Once upon a time, Shirley was the type of person who would squee with delight, clap her hands, and be little miss sunshine. Yes, the Christianity aspect always gave her a little bit of an overly moral quality, but it seems like the more they go into her backstory, the problems with her husband (repeatedly), her failed business, her often isolated status in the group (as one of five original characters left, she’s the odd one out nowadays Abed/Annie Jeff/Britta) it leads to her becoming more bitter, darker as a character. Especially now that Troy left. Troy was clearly the bright-eyed little kid of the group, and Shirley was able to act like a mother to him. Now that she’s lost that too, you can tell she’s really doing what’s best for her nowadays, which seems like it’s becoming detrimental to everyone else.
See the episode in the first season where she and Jeff make fun of Brittta’s boyfriend. She’s always had a dark side
Plus, a big part of the show is the evolution of the characters. None of them are the same person they were in the pilot.
Anybody else feel all warm inside when Abed mentioned the “Hawthorne Mountains”?
You know what was missing. Troy.
I felt bad for the guy who plays Neil. He hears they’re doing another D&D episode and he doesn’t have a speaking role.
I was disappointed/surprised Neil wasn’t a part of the game again.
Yeah it wasn’t as good as the original, but it was still a great episode of Community.
I liked the episode just fine, and I laughed several times. There’s a lot of “WORST SEQUEL EVER” talk here (imagine that in your best Comic Book Guy voice, of course). The original D&D was one of their best episodes, but liking that doesn’t prevent me from liking this.
The ending felt a little rushed, but I still enjoyed the episode.
The sky spiders have carried you as far as their complicated religion will allow.
This episode was rank and disappointing. Barely any real jokes or laughs just fast camera shots of them yelling. I wanted to switch it off halfway through and forced myself to watch till the end. Really i prob wont be mad if the show gets cancelled now. Season 4 has been a chore to watch and the old guy being shoe horned in sucks all sorts of shark jumping kind of ways. And for reals abid making a few faces makes this worth watching? Just how low is your bar for entertainment?
“…the old guy being shoe horned in”?!?! Jesus, Hickey is to Community as Woodrow Huckleberry Tiberius Boyd was to Cheers. Sadly, Coach died in real life but Chevy is still breathing.
How low is your bar for the understanding the English language. My god, that comment was a chore to read.
You’re correct, Season 4 was a chore to watch. Season 5 on the other hand has been delightful.
@Mr List: I caught that too. I was like, is this guy a troll or did he comment through a time machine?
people who haven’t watched the entire series are so cute.
blah blah blah, I hate stuff that everyone likes, blah blah blah. Go away your boring us.
So, how’s that lonely desert island treating you?
Haha is it season 5 now? Allright ill make a note but that doesnt mean i was wrong with the rest of my assesment. Bad grammer and all this ep sucked. That old guy may have been around a bit but him getting added to the group is lame shit, you gotta admit that. Add to that troy leaving and you end up with a mess like this. Not even Cross’ guest star was fun and that guy is usually great.
Ps.Im not sorry i dont think like you guys. Lol liking a show doesnt mean you have to like everything they do all the time. Does it?
I liked it well enough. Thank you for screen capping the Dean’s reaction to Chang’s “Times Square.” That look was seriously my favorite part of the whole episode.
^ This. I had to rewind and watch it again because I thought the reaction was too perfect.
It was Ghostbusters II.
Dingleberry Smash! is a good punk band name.
Something was off…needed more Chang black-body.
Chang as a Dark Elf creeps me out every time.
The best thing about this episode? We now know how Mike Ehrmantraut would approach a role-playing game.
Enjoyed the ep, LOVED the end tag. Abed playing Dungeons & Tea Party was terrific
I liked the episode. It did feel like I missed a minute or two before the tag, though.
The reason I love the D&D type episodes is because they’re a great balance between the “normal” episodes (like VCR Maintenance) or the crazy themed episodes (like Geothermal Escapism). It’s imaginative, but still works on a character based level without being so over the top.
I don’t know anything from anything about D&D, but I enjoyed this episode.
So help me, even Chang amused me.
I gotta be honest, I have not enjoyed this show since season 2, even that season had a wavering episode list. I can’t get behind a show with both really unfunny episodes, sprinkled with the occasional decent one. Rick and Morty is where it is at, feels more like what Dan Harmon wants this show to be.
And yet I assume you’ve watched it every week since you’re still here?
So you’ve been watching a show you claim you don’t like for over 2 years now.
Yeah, I don’t believe you in the slightest.
@dissident Nah haven’t been watching it at all, try to get through episodes but they are just awful. Just wanted to share my thoughts.
It would help if you explained what you don’t like. This whole post/comments is detailing things the rest of us liked specifically, and well, it just seems very…hipster to walk in and say, “this show hasn’t been good for three years, it was so much better back before everyone was into it.”
If you think season 2 had “wavering episodes,” I don’t think Community is a show for you. Season 2 is pretty much universally adored by fans.
@Silent Mic I did say what I didn’t like, I didn’t find them funny at all. Maybe I should describe my face as I frown trying to watch episodes that don’t make me laugh what so ever. Or maybe I’m too “hipster” to get into specifics numb nuts.
@GeneralBluth Valid. And probably why I gave up. Loved season 1.
Sigh….Okay, lemme break it down for you.
This show is a comedy. It’s supposed to be funny.
Now, if you keep watching a show for 3 years since the last time you found it funny, clearly there’s something about it you -do- like, that keeps you tuning in. Which also means there’s something specific you don’t like.
Explaining that difference with an actual argument, besides “this show sucks now,” makes you sound like you’re not just a whiny sourpuss. Which would be nice. You wanna be a whiny sourpuss, I hear American Idol’s back on. Go whine that Sanjay didn’t win over there.
Or, Paul, since you don’t like the show and haven’t in literally YEARS you could just not come in here.
@dissident you are absolutely right.
@Silent Mic I’m Canadian, so Canadian Idol, but its not on here. Not into reality tv.
Good day, Paul. You will not be missed.
Dean Pelton is killing it this season. If I were Barack Obama I’d be scared of him too.
Between Hillary Rodham Kitten and the Tent Offensive on Parks, foreign affairs puns made a big comeback last night.
And the Dean “shining his sword” while “honoring his father” as David Cross sings some weird made up Gaelic war song was…the best.
“elven” was song
Certainly the weakest ep of the season for me… I just can’t get into the D&D shit.
Although, the sad Dean GIF is amazing. Thanks.