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Community Recap: "Introduction to Film"

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Last night, Community proved it not only could carry its comedic way, but could even tug at your emotional strings as well.  During the third episode of the series, Abed, with the help of Britta and Jeff, decided to rebel against his father and take a film class.

Abed Sneaks Away

His project?  Abed decided to make a documentary about his family with Jeff playing his father and Britta his mother.  Find out how the film went in our "Introduction to Film" recap.

Now for some of the best Community quotes from the episode that were mostly thanks to Abed:

Abed: Jeff, I have to make some adjustments to my film, you'll play my father
Jeff: I don't want to be your father
Abed: Perfect, you already know the lines | permalink
Abed: 9/11 was pretty much the 9/11 of the falafel market | permalink
Abed: Our first assignment is a documentary, they're like real movies but with ugly people | permalink

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