03.02.10 8 years ago 11 Comments

The Rembrandts’ “I’ll Be There For You,” better known as the theme to “Friends,” has irritated me every time I’ve heard it for at LEAST the last decade. And yet, strangely, when it’s used over some re-imagined credits for “Community,” I kinda like it again. As cheesy as it is, there’s something to be said for opening credits that show the various characters being zany/serious/Batman. [via NY Mag’s Vulture]

Just for good measure, I’ve embedded the opening sequence to “Friends” (specifically, Season 8) below. Aww, remember when people liked Jennifer Aniston? Those were the good ol’ days, back when it wasn’t a big deal to have absolutely no minority characters whatsoever. Pretty much the only show with an all-white cast any more is “The Bachelor.” Hell, even “Gossip Girl” has a token Asian friend, and that entire show is about rich white people.

I kind of got off-track there, but I think my point is that “The Bachelor” is the official show for white supremacists.

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