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Coming Up on Community: Halloween, The Dark Side of Shirley and More!

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Now that Community has officially been picked up for a full season, its stars can dish on what's in store for the next few weeks.

Let's start with Alison Brie, who shines as innocent, overly eager Annie. She told E! News:

"I throw a little Halloween party, and it's a rager - well, it's Annie's type of raging-hot party. It may be on campus, and alcohol may be involved - it's BYOB at Annie's party."

As for her character's crush on Troy:

"It's more of a one-sided romance. Annie had a thing for Troy in high school, and that's carried over. They have a chance to discover a friendship, but Annie would like it to be more."

Jeff and Britta

Yvette Nicole Brown, who plays Shirley, said her character will soon take a walk on the dark side.

"So far, Shirley's been this mother-earth-type—a sweet, kind person. But we're going to find out a couple of Shirley's flaws. There's some emotional stuff coming up for her when the seriousness and the finality of the marriage hits her."

Finally, what about Jeff and Britta? Gillian Jacobs (Britta) compares their relationship to an iconic Cheers couple.

"There is no rush on the writers' part to throw the two of us together. If something were ever to develop, it wouldn't be in the short term. They've given us a really classic Sam-and-Diane relationship."

For those that wonder what all the (hilarious) fuss is about, check out a few choice Community quotes now.

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Community Quotes

Troy: I think I'm failing psychopharmacology.
Britta: Why are you taking that?
Troy: I thought it was a class about crazy farm animals.

Sensible night, appropriate night.
Snow on ground, left and right.
Round yon purchase of decorative things.
Tolerant rewrite of carols to sing.
Function with relative ease,
Function with relative ease.

Shirley [sung to the tune of "Silent Night"]