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Disagree heavily with this review. The episode was hilarious, period.
Community isn't for everyone, that we have seen through the ratings. but for those who really get the meaning of every line, scene, dialogue, its a wonderful thing to watch.
@piecar. im sorry, but it seems like you don't really get community. the christmas episode wasn't supposed to be funny; they were trying to do something more than just have christmas hijinks. and the whole point of chang is to have him be completely insane; it was a spoof of film noir.
I didn't think the show was very funny either. And the comedy strayed deeply into Seinfeld territory. Our core group are a bunch of nasty dinks who dislike everybody who's outside their circle. I don't like that dynamic for the characters I've grown to love.
The Lego monologue was strange. I liked it, and the group's reaction to it (Jeff pulls Annie's hand down to allow the Prof his moment) but it wasn't comedy or setting up comedy.
The Chang thing was out of a different show or something. Chang on his own. Just a crazy Asian guy. They've misused him since he stopped being a teacher. His one big saving grace last season was the aforementioned "greased up in the vent" moment.
All of the characters are becoming caricatures of themselves. I hope the showrunners can see this and start to pull back...because if the show is going to be like this, I'm gonna be sad.
And, maddie. I didn't like the claymation episode either. It spent all it's time trying to be clever, ins
This ep was very funny , my fav part at the end when they are sharing the microscope and still fighting and then come to the conclusion it was Tods fault and u see Tod behind them with a tear .. This is comedy its supose to be sarcastic and mean , not sensitive
I actually liked this episode! I enjoyed the Professor questioning modern day LEGO. I liked the subtle banter between Jeff/Annie, the hints at Troy/Britta, Abed being chased by Jeff, and Chang's inner monologue. I didn't enjoy the teasing of Todd at the end but you can't like it all, can you? Mostly, all good from where I'm sitting!
Last year's reviewer just isn't writing for the site anymore. It's nothing personal. Everyone has different opinions. I too think the professor really stepped it up in this episode. He's done a lot of great work on other shows too.
ok, well that's just confusing. swapping reviewers around find of makes it seem like nobody likes the show. i mean, reviewer last year didn't like abed's uncontrollable chistmas. what was that?! iunno, i thought this episode was back to basics- i thought the biology professor was a lot funnier than in the pilot with his speech about lego. and the chang part only got funnier, especially as it cumilated with the other security guard pointing out that they're all nuts
Haven't been blown away by this season, but I still love Community!
Anyway, I thought the best part was when Magnitude did his "pop, pop" and the teacher gave him that serious stare and told him that his theory is that everyone is laughing AT him. First GREAT line from this new character.
@maddie I actually wasn't the reviewer for this show last season. I liked season two, I love the Pulp Fiction episode. So all that stuff wasn't me, sorry.
Its so bad this season! What happened to this formerly great show?
I found it quite funny as well, i mean come on this is comedy we are talking about. it doesn't have to be sensible. at least not for me anyway. I like Community and love its craziness
um, you complained all last season how you're sick of pierce being a villian, and how seeing jeff being uncomfortable gets really boring. seems like they can't really win; you complain they repeat the same formula, then complain that it's not like the same formula.
i personally thought it was quite funny. i loved the dean and the water fountain. i love the biology teacher who's like, what is wrong with this school? it's so true.
anyway, i thought it was quite funny
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