Community "Intro to Felt Surrogacy" Review: The Season's Best Episode, No Strings Attached

Community S04E09: "Intro to Felt Surrogacy"

That was pretty fun. 

Although I've been feeling a little more positive lately about Community's rocky fourth season, the show has certainly struggled to find a balance between paying respect to history and moving onto something new. I'd honestly be fine watching a version of the show that continued to play out like the last few episodes for another season or two, but I'm happy to say that "Intro to Felt Surrogacy" made it seem like the current creative regime is neither beholden by what came before nor playing things too safe. As of late, Community has hit a few wonderful emotional beats and rediscovered a long-gone warmth while still struggling in the humor department. And that's why "Intro to Felt Surrogacy" was the best effort of the season to date: It finally melded those sentimental moments with funny jokes. 

To be honest, I'd been dreading this episode ever since I first heard about it. The few times that Community's fourth season has tried to pull off high-concept episodes or even smaller sequences (like in the animated bit from the season premiere), the results have been strained at best, and that approach simply begs for unfair comparisons to the Harmon era. On top of that, the idea of an entire episode dedicated to the study group becoming puppets just seemed especially precious, and an unnecessary representation of the show's desperation. 

Yet, like the show's best high-concept homages, "Intro to Felt Surrogacy" somehow managed to make the use of puppets feel logical and purposeful. The Dean would absolutely have puppet versions of the study group (and would certainly give Puppet Jeff a whip), and the gang appeared to be in such a miserable state that I believed they would be willing to try something that was, on the surface, so silly. Was it a little ridiculous? Of course. But was it any more ridiculous than Abed believing that the world had turned Claymation, or that Chang would successfully capture the Dean and carry out a insurrection assisted by brat kids? Not really. 

"Intro to Felt Surrogacy" fully committed to the generic boundaries of The Muppets or other kid-oriented shows, complete with whimsical dialogue, numerous songs, and a simple lesson about friendship. Back when Community was doing these kinds of episodes on the reg, the show never "just" did a documentary episode or a paintball episode; it embraced the plot or genre's conventions and found a way to still tell a story about Greendale and/or the study group. Unlike the documentary episode earlier in this season, this one made great use of the gimmick framework and told an effective (if basic) tale about how much the group members care about each another. And from a production standpoint, the puppet conceit allowed the episode to do things that the show can no longer afford (sequences on location in the woods), or that would play differently in live-action form (Britta and Annie enjoying one another's company, putting seven people in a hot air balloon). Ultimately, a concept that seemed really problematic and worrisome ended up working quite well on every level.

Still, despite the presence of two different puppets for each member of the study group, the most impressive thing about this episode was that it was actually funny. For whatever reason, the current writing staff has failed to produce the kind of jokes the show used to deliver, even in its worst episodes. (Which I guess reveals how much Harmon punched up the jokes as well as crafted the impressive plots—either that, or it reveals how the terrible work environment he created resulted in funny lines.) I don't like listing all the bits I found funny, but I laughed out loud at the puppet whip, Britta and Jeff's jabs about each other's sexual habits, the line about Professor Duncan's absence, and basically everything Donald Glover did while he had the puppet on his hand. None of those moments were all-timers, but it's nice to see that the show can tell jokes that aren't just name-focused puns (though those continued, and they seriously need to stop). 

In addition to humor that clicked, the emotional beats felt comparable to what most of this season has been doing with the characters, and that's totally fine by me. I know there are a lot of fans out there who want the show to be more emotionally complex and "darker," and I understand that. My favorite episode of Community will always be "Mixology Certification," and that's one of the more depressing efforts of the Harmon era. But with that said, at some point I grew tired of the show's reliance on big group blow-outs to reinforce (and, eventually, to comment on) how much these characters feel attached to one another, despite their dysfunction. You know what I kind of enjoy? Characters who legitimately like and care for one another, and who aren't afraid to admit it. This version of the show might be softer and less interesting, but at times, especially tonight, that makes me a little happier. 

Though "Intro to Felt Surrogacy" was absolutely a season—and series—highlight, I'm now more curious than ever to see what it means for the rest of Community's fourth season. This was the last episode filmed, but I don't believe it was the last one written, which means there could be a few more compelling episodes ahead of us to close out Season 4. Or, maybe this was just a one-off apex. But even if it was, I'm certainly happy we were able to see it.



STUDY NOTES

– The songs were so good! The show offered a few original songs earlier in the season as well, so amid all the turmoil, Community has at least done that well in 2013. 

– No Pierce in the study room because of Chevy Chase's departure from the show. This episode basically suggested that Pierce is lost out in the woods or totally traumatized from what happened out there, which is going to make for weird times when he returns next week, probably like nothing happened. 

– I hope Jason Alexander got paid well for his appearance. He was fine. 

– The group's secrets were pretty tame, and other than Jeff's, a little too in-line with their Season 1 selves for my liking. Really, Annie? 

– Ken Jeong's work with the puppet was totally random, but effective. 


What'd you think of "Intro to Felt Surrogacy?"

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This was the biggest pile of crap I've ever seen. How could anyone call this episode good?? The "jokes" were lame and brainless, the songs were annoying, the story was non-existant. Please don't ever do this again!
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I loved this episode...why? I love the characters. I am so tired of hearing how different it is without Dan Harmon. GET OVER IT man. He's gone. I do NOT see a big difference between the seasons, and I have been watching since the beginning. I'm as smart as the next guy (so don't say I don't understand) but sometimes your skewed ideas of what should be expected really f's you up. Just watch and enjoy, or give up on the show and stop criticizing. I still love it.
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Why should we settle down and leave the ex-best show to brainless jocks like you? The point of reviews is to voices ones disappointments so that things can improe. So why don't you stfu and enjoy 2 & 1/2 men instead? its probably more your speed....
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It wasn't amazing but I liked it. Was very sad to realize that so far this is the only ep that I've liked in S4. :-(
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this one really was great. The episode had genuine laughs and emotional depth that's been lacking in most of Season 4. It was refreshing for the show to pull off both of these feats while using something as ludacris as Puppets for 75% of the episode. It was well done.
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personally I thought this was one of the worst most filler attention whoring episode they've ever done. with only 4 episodes left in the season, possibly series, they should've done something a whole lot better than this.
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I think the season is slowly getting better each week. I didn't even smirk in the first episodes but I at least laughed out loud in this one. My favorite was when puppet Chang pulled out a puppet
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I loved this episode, but then again I love the Muppets, so perhaps I'm biased.
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Absolutely terrible episode, anyone who thinks otherwise must have been smoking them berries ;)
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Shirley's secret was tame?
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I thought the episode was childish and outdated like a muppet film. At least the claymation episode had cute animation but something very disturbing and twisted underlying all those cute figures. Not this time.

Well, the study group has been seen as puppets, claymation, 8-bit video game characters... Am I missing any? My idea for the next episodes: Abed reads Troy a bedtime fable and dreams all the Study Group are animals (OK, if they make an Animal Farm homage, that could *actually* be a good episode). Let me see... Shirley imagines as the mother of all in the Study Group, so in the story they are all children. Time passes and we see the Study Group members (minus Pierce) as very old people... Abed becomes delusional again and all his Study Group pals become food items and have to escape a hungry Leonard... Or they could become pieces of furniture. Or just animated clothing items. Or they become invisible. The possibilities are endless!
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They were on drugs and that was childish
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The style was childish. The Muppets, the singing, the balloon... On drugs? Well, berries... It's not like they took ecstasy, smoked pot or crack. Funny berries don't even seem as bad as getting drunk. Are such berries, if they exist, even a controlled substance? I doubt that.
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I re-watched it hoping it was something I had missed, but really it still didn't leave me feeling anything other than vaguely disappointed.

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If the gang can't look each other in the eye, why get together at all?

The music does the heavy lifting in the wordless cold open.

The Dean's inappropriate comments on Jeff are pushing this character into too-stupid territory, much too one note.

Puppet therapy adopted after seeing on Law & Order gag was kinda funny.

Troy is excellent as a puppeteer. Expressive and natural. The interaction with the puppet jaw drop was so good, especially coming off the disgusting Dean Pinocchio reveal. Why does it look at his junk tho? Maybe he's falling asleep?

Troy agrees sex with Brita takes too long and robs of dignity? Oh my!

The puppet voiceover work has the same problem as the video game episode, it wasn't recorded on-set and sounds lightly muffled, and the directing and acting don't have the same dynamic as live acting.

Abed's puppet is the only one with moving eyes. Smart because he's less expressive with his mouth in real life.

The balloon guide makes a pretty rookie mistake.

Troy's grandpa line is brutal.

"I'm a touch psychic"? Oy. The whole Jason Alexander bit is an off note, I know they were going for that later Muppets feel but it really didn't land for me.

"I'm a deanius!" and to be fair, he did get it right.

Shirley's secret is pretty bad, she and Andre need therapy, that would have been a foster home situation if she had gotten caught, brutal.

Eww, Annie's secret is kind of bad, letting the prof rub her feet for test answers is a red flag.

Leaving Pierce's lack of an appearance go without saying was pretty dubious writing, the puppet character is with them towards the end when giving up his secret about only dry-humping Eartha Kitt, but just evaporates.

Sara Bareilles is a weird cameo, I recognized her from her name in the credits only.

No Chevy in the cast/puppeteers shot. :-(
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Chang´s puppet shouting "he´s not what he seems!" over his shoulder was the best line of the episode. but it came way too early in the episode, groan!
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It was a great line, really.
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For me it was one of the episodes from Community, certainly not the best of the season. I do like Community and so on, but this completely wasn't for me.
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I finally got around to watching this episode. Ummmmm...

... mmmmmmmmmmmmmm...

... okay. So it wasn't ALL bad.

I actually really liked the gag of starting the episode with all of the characters sitting in silence, then cutting to the opening credits. It's probably just a coincidence that a scene with all the characters NOT talking is the best part of the episode for me. Watching that scene gave me so much hope for this episode... which was then squashed pretty quickly.

I didn't care for any of the songs or secrets. They weren't funny or all that well written.

The best joke for me was probably Annie's: "So nobody else heard my terrible secret about how... I... trail... off... from time to time...?" I chuckled at that.

Chang's "He's not what he seems!" was pretty funny.

There was one more scene I kinda remember chuckling at... but I can't remember what the scene or joke was. Oh well.

All in all, it was just more of the same for me. Just an overall feeling of: Meh.
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I love the muppets, so this was adorable for me. However, the one thing that's getting old is the Dean and his creepy obsession with Jeff. OK, it was funny the first 326 times, but beat us over the head with something else already. Also Jeff actually put the naked Jeff puppet on his hand after he knew where it most likely had been?! Ugh.
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I've never liked this show, but I tried to watch it since I wasn't caught up on TBBT. Then I saw that it was the puppet episode I'd heard about, which was very unfortunate...and then they started singing, and I had to click away. I just do. not. get the appeal of this show.

I saw it said in the title here that it was "The Season's Best Episode," and I had to see if the actual fans agreed. I have to say that I feel better knowing that reviews were mixed.
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season 1 and 2 are really good,season 1 especially. totally different animal from what it is now.
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Ehh, I'll say they were better. I've seen nearly every episode from the first three seasons, aside from a few from last year. It seems that bizarre reviews about their most bizarre shows led them to think that it was the way to go. Well, it was never for me, and I doubt I would've kept going even if they hadn't gone further out there.
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This was by far the worst Community episode ever and the only episoded i turned off after 10 minutes. What are we? Children?? The songs were terrible and didn't feel like Community at all, especially because they've done there share of Glee bashing in the past. What a sad day...
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*their....what a sad day, indeed...

P.S. I enjoyed the episode.
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I'm from the Netherlands. I get these words mixed up sometimes. And i don't even know if this was correct grammar:)
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I'm just teasing ya ;-) Trying to be funny. Alas, I might have failed.
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LOL to troy burning down a forest by lighting an ant hill on fire. hahaha
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i liked the episode... Chang's puppet: "HE'S NOT WHAT HE SEEEEMS..."hahaha
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Can we have someone else reviewing Community? I just keep disagreeing with you more often than not. This was a crappy episode and the songs in particular really dragged it down.
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The world doesn't revolve around you, sadly.
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Neither around you
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Um, what part of my comment suggested it did?
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Thankfully there is an internet full of reviewers so if you require a review that agrees with you, just Google until you can find the ones that suit your needs, Not really the purpose of a review, but thankfully the internet has dark corners for all sorts of dark desires.
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Just because you don't agree doesn't mean the reviewer should be changed.
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I was being facetious. Obviously he shouldn't be changed just because I disagree with him, that'd be silly. But boy am I really disagreeing with him. Starting to wonder if we're watching different shows.
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It wasn't that funny, but I like that they kept close to the Muppets parody. Unfortunately, that was probably their downfall here.
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I love this show but this episode was pretty terrible in my opinion. I turned it off half way through. I guess if you're 5 years old this would've been much more entertaining.
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As much as I love community, parks and rec is miles ahead in the comedy department. Can we get some reviews of that up?
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Now that Troy finally brought it up, does anyone else here still want to see some of the old professors like Duncan, Whitman or Garrity?
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am I the only one who thought, that this episode was about writers block that the show writers are suffering from? that they are forced to top older episodes even if they were to crazy to top? and jason alexander = dan harmon, letting the characters go on with their lives. maybe this episode was meta? or maybe i was just stoned? who knows...
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It's definitely better than the earlier episodes. And with last week's episode, I hope the show is finding that happy middle between embracing what Community was about during the Harmon years and coming up with their own flow. Yeah, the secrets were a little tame, but it worked for the whole friendship thing the episode was going for. And Troy and puppet Troy was probably one of the best things I've seen this season.
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I hate musical episodes. Hate, hate, hate them. Why does every TV show feel the need to do this crap?

And beyond the shitty singing, there was basically no story, and yes, admittedly a couple of funny jokes, but those don't stop this from being by far my least favourite episode in the entire four seasons.
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I don't feel like I have a lot to say about this episode. I didn't enjoy it that much, the premise had a lot of potential but it just felt like it dragged, and almost nothing stuck with me except Chang's muppety self holding its own hand puppet.

The beginning really threw me because of Chevy's absence, for a moment it felt like this was Pierce's death and that brought me down, but as it kept going it asserted itself better.

I'm considering re-watching it over the weekend if I have time just in case, but nothing in this review resonated with me, it was like we were watching different incarnations of the same script.
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Finally Donald Glover has had some funny scenes. Because seriously his side missions for the season have been lacking.

Overall it was funny. But I can't help but compare it with the Video Game episode last season. And that was so much better.

But again, I find myself thinking that they could have expanded so much. And though a welcome sight, I am not sure Sarah Bareillis was necessary or used properly. I felt it was time that was taken from the group that should have been spent on the secrets. I would have rather had them as puppets stoned and talking about the secrets over the camp fire. Or one of their hilarious scenes like the ones in the flashback episode. But with puppets and then not wanting to talk about it because of whatever hilarious event it was, was embarrassing.

I don't know, it was good. But still felt way off. And though I like watching their behinds the scenes and gag reels. I didn't like watching it them. I would have preferred Troy and Abed doing their morning show. But with the puppets.
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I thought the songs were boring, and the episode overall fell flat for me.Except for anything Donald Glover did with the puppet on his hand; you're right about that being really funny.
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I don't know what the hell I just watched but it sure wasn't the best episode of the season. It was the worst if anything. My problem with this season is, like many Human Beings, I am watching out of respect for what the show was. I feel obliged to watch the show and I often dread watching it because I know I'm going to sit for 20 minutes and at the most crack a smile. I used to laugh out loud at this show but now... I kind of wish NBC would of just cancelled it at the end of S3. Now the show will live on as "three great seasons but don't bother with the fourth". A terrible terrible episode of a show that has become a shell of its former self. I think I'll live on pretending S4 doesn't exist.
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I totally agree.

and the so call "secrets" were all (except for Jeff's) pretty lame ...really, Annie???

Roy puppet's falling asleep was the only moment for me...
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The puppet aspect was nice, and so was the singing. Animation and song have never been a real problem on the show. Changing the nature of the show because of lazy writing is no excuse just because you're one actor short and the series is ending. You (the writers) have an even bigger obligation to make sure that this amazing tv show and its dedicated fans get the ending it deserves. Completely leaving Pierce in the woods and not worrying/mentioning him at the end of the episode also makes me wonder how they "remembered" his secret. And if they just made it up, why not just say so. The dean, also way over the top (and he's been doing so more and more often this season).
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The Troy puppet looked like Cousin Skeeter.
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I didn't hate this episode but in my opinion it was nothing special, I didn't really like the songs or the singing and the story was kind of TOO out of the ordinary for Community, something like Archer I could believe it, Community's weird but not outlandish so it just didn't sit well with me. The whole episode including Jason Alexander's underutilized cameo was huge resounding "meh".
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Also loved that puppet Chang had it's own puppet.
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That was literally the only moment that stuck with me.
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I liked this episode alot
PLEASE DON'T CANCEL COMMUNITY !!!!!
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"Damn gravity" "Damn prayer" "Damn Vicki" good episode. I must have been one of the few people actually looking forward to this episode. As a person who grew up on the muppet show's subtly -and sometimes not so subtle- adult humor I must say...I really enjoyed this episode start to finish. Also,Community has been kicking ass with the original songs this season. Hope they release a mixtape at the end of the season ha ha
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Loved that Pierce included Vicki. He really hates her.
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I really liked this episode. It was fun, creative and made me feel good after it, which is what I mostly expect from a Community episode. The writers outdid themselves and I feel like the last episodes are on the right side of the track. Loved Troy's random thought about Duncan.
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And I found the behind-the-scenes bit really sweet and different from usual.
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Having watched every episode of Community, i think this was the worst one i've seen. Can not remember ever before wanting to just fast forward through an episode and being so bored.
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Also I dug puppet-Chang's "He's not what he seems" bit as he walked away.

Granted, I still like mean-teacher Chang the best. Seriously, he was like the best sitcom character EVER. And since then all of his other Community portrayals have been weak.

But that line still made me chuckle.
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Am I the only one that thought the Dean was wearing an "Annie" costume before he said Pinocchio and put on the nose?

For those 1-2 seconds I was how like "How the F does Annie fit into this concept" Though being the dean I'm sure he would have had a pun in there to explain it.
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Exactly what I had been thinking as well.
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WOW um, call me a humbug because I hated it :S
Thank god there was Parks and Rec on afterwards to make me forget. I could watch that gag of Ron eating a banana for hours and hours.

Anyways, I think I chuckled a couple of times. Donald Glover's line delivery is still great. They STILL do not know how to write for Abed, and it shows. The songs were horrid, I kept cringinh, and if they were trying to distract me with how well Yvette and Alison sing, they failed. The songs went on too long and there were absolutely no jokes. It was just bad. If they were trying to do a trope, they should've tried more for the Planet Christmas song, which was hilariously trite, instead of this vanilla...whatever it was.

As for the "emotional payoff," I already knew all those things about those characters. We know Jeff's not a deadbeat like his dad, because he stuck with defending Shirley, and the group for that matter time and time again. Saying it out loud is just lazy writing. Furthermore, how does Annie feel about what Jeff said? Two weeks ago she tried to be his wife and now nothing? It just felt like a hackneyed retelling of already covered territory. I feel like they were trying to copy what Cooperative Calligraphy did but failed, in naturally getting to know the characters more, except CC did it by just putting the 7 together in a room and letting them be and interact, and it was hilarious. The puppets were a conceit to have an afternoon special sharing circle. Also, what a waste of Jason Alexander, was he on screen for like 30 seconds? I liked him better as a crazy serial killer on Criminal Minds.
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I haven't watched Community in a while, but I watched last night's episode because nothing else was on... I didn't like this episode at all.
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This episode was much better! It came pretty close to hitting the right Harmon-era notes with humor, emotional moments, and general wackiness.

However, New Community has no idea what to do with the tag after the credits. The tag is not for promoting the next episode (last week's), continuing a pointless, punchline-less scene (the weeks before), or cute behind-the-scenes montages!! It IS for inane, weird, hilarious scenes that occur apropos of nothing. I miss that. Remember crunking? The Spanish rap? THAT is what the tag is for.
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This was the last episode they filmed of the season. Hence no Chevy in the episode OR during the gag-reel (or group shot).

So, this was kind of a group-shot season finale thing. Granted, Harmon didn't do that (even last year when it might be the last) but I think it's somewhat forgivable.
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I'd say not forgivable. If I want to watch that heartfelt bonding I will, on the bonus features of the box-set of blu-ray discs of the entire series. Community is not a commercial for NBC.
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Yeah, safibwana pointed that out. I amend my opinion: I think it's genuinely sweet and heartfelt that they did that. I wanna rewatch it now without my callous blinders!
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I think everone questioned a Puppet episode. But i think they nailed it. It was awesome.
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It had a couple of moments, but yesterday I conceded defeat to my friend that thinks TBBT is better. 90% of winning is showing up, and Community still hasn't. With only three episodes left, it is clear that they won't.
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The saddest thing about this season was the week that I watched episodes of both Community and TBBT and thought that TBBT was not only funnier that week, which I could imagine happening on any given week, but was actually a better show as a whole... that should never happen.
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best show ever!!!
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During about the first four minutes of the episode there was a familiar feeling of the "old Community" with a few clever jokes, e.g. the characters being completely silent before the opening credits. That's why I was surprised to notice that the episode was written by an almost rookie writer, Gene Hong.

It was pretty sad to notice that Chevy was missing from the group shot at the end. All the others' smiling faces were there except his. Even puppet Chevy was there, but not the man himself. However, what do you mean by "this was the last episode filmed, but I don't believe it was the last one written." What are the upcoming episodes if not filmed? Or do you mean that they were the ones filmed before Chevy left or something?
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This was the last episode in order of filming. The last time the cast and crew were on set together in real life was to film this episode.
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Ah, OK, they shuffled the episode order. Thanks.
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Aww okay, I forgive them for replacing the tag with a behind-the-scenes thing. That's actually really cool and heartfelt to do for the last episode. Now I'm sad :(
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Yeah, I don't know if they actually WROTE this one last, but it was definitely the last shot. So in the tag, that was basically the last time everyone (minus Chevy) was together on set.
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That was actually a lot better than I expected when I heard about the episode. The concept was actually handled pretty well overall, which is a lot more than I could say for every other concept they've done this season. I still wouldn't put this on the level of Dan Harmon's concept episodes, especially since the secrets they shared didn't really seem to make it worth it in the end. Overall, I still wouldn't quite say that it was the best episode of the season, and as such, is nowhere even close to Dan Harmon's Community, but it was a lot closer than I expected when I heard it, and better than the vast majority of the episodes this season.
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I liked it, but I thought did they reallly need Jason Alexander? They could have picked those berries on their own and had the mind trip. I just did`nt think he was necassary.
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It was kind of a Muppet Show homage, even Sesame street. You know when some random well-known guest star comes on, says some happy things, and sings a song.

Heck, even the Muppet movies are full of cameos and such.

In Jason's case: he's well known and can sing.
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In the last season of Seinfeld, Jason Alexander made over 13 million dollars. To add to the over 3 million per season he made in the season before, etc. I don't think we can discount the idea that he paid THEM to remind us that he exists. It was product placement.
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