The Dean Blackmails Jeff

The Dean Blackmails Jeff

Who knew that Dean Pelton could be so evil? In this scene he blackmails Jeff to try and convince Troy to play football for Glendale.
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Creepy Annie Emerges

Creepy Annie Emerges

A screenshot of the creepy Annie emerging from the bushes from where she was hiding in order to talk to Jeff. We just love this shot.
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Jeff and Shirley Gossip

Jeff and Shirley Gossip

Jeff finds out it's a lot easier to talk to Shirley than he realizes... that is as long as they're talking smack about others.
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Abed Sneaks Away

Abed Sneaks Away

Abed sneaks away as he secretly films Britta and Jeff fighting. "Is he going to kill us?"
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Jeff Seizes the Day

Jeff Seizes the Day

Jeff attempts to convince his professor he's seizing the day by running through the courtyard with a kite and then playing jump rope with some little girls. Creepy.
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Jeff and Abed's Dad

Jeff and Abed's Dad

Jeff talks to Abed's father to try and convince him that Abed should persue his dreams and not just the family falafel business.
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Jeff and Pierce Present

Jeff and Pierce Present

Jeff and Pierce prepare to take your breath away as they give the craziest Spanish presentation ever created by a certifiable nut job.
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Jeff Wearing Abed's Shirt

Jeff Wearing Abed's Shirt

In an effort to try and become Britta's partner, Jeff traded shirts with Abed and it looks just a wee bit tight on him.
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Britta and Jeff Protest

Britta and Jeff Protest

Britta and Jeff attend Shirley and Annie's Guatemala protest and are currently trying to be quiet during the candlelight vigil
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Jeff and Britta

Jeff and Britta

When Abed walks into this fake study group, it's safe to say that Britta is more excited to see him than Jeff is.
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Jeff, Community

Jeff, Community

Jeff ventures back to community college in Community. This character is played by Joel McHale.
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Community Quotes

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"]

Annie: How much effort am I worth?
Jeff: I'd break a light sweat.