The first two episodes of Community's third season were great, but compared to previous seasons, it was just okay. However, this episode brought back memories of the best from the first two seasons. Chang's insanity, Pierce being left out, the group completely ignoring the feelings of a non-grouper. All the elements that made me fall in love with the show are there. Michael K. Williams is still hilarious as Professor Kane, his overly serious dialogue about LEGO's was one of the funniest scenes in the episode. But the funniest part of the episode was Chang and his inner monologue. Overall, just as last season destroyed the theory of "Second Season Slump" and looks like "Third Season Slump" doesn'texistfor them either. Still the best show on TV, and if you're not watching it yet, you should be!
This episode was right on the threshold of falling below a 7. I'm not sure why I didn't latch onto this episode as much as the previous two. There was plenty of banter back and forth, great Troy/Abed moments, some funnier than normal Pierce moments... to be honest, maybe I'm not giving it enough credit. All I know is that right now, I just didn't get as good as a vibe from the episode as I usually do from the show.
What I liked the least was how strange the Chang plot feltSure, Ken Jeong sold the scenes very well, but watching him play a saxophone in his room by himself, wonder why his reflection is staring back at him and thinking there's a conspiracy involving an Arizona match-making company is ridiculous, even ridiculous for this show, which is filled with insane amounts of ridiculous stuff.
Maybe I'm complaining too much. I loved the "Todd" hate, as it gave us a new member of the school to pay attention to. We got the return of Magnitude (Michael K. Williams' quote to him was classic as well) and some great Dean lines. But overall, this stuff just wasn't meshing together as well as it usuall does.
The best scene of the episode was easily where the group argued in the study room, trying to figure out who is the most popular in the group, who is the least and why. It's filled dozens and dozens of great lines and it's fun to watch the group gradually wear down Todd, who starts off polite and willing to go along with everything and ends with him nearly crying and saying "Offense taken!"
Maybe the episode will resonate with me better on repeat viewings, but right now, I'm sticking with last week's episode as my favorite so far.
I reallyenjoyedthis episode, this episode made me laugh and it could be the start of a new relationship within the group.
The episode went back to Biology class and how they had to pair up with each other to do a project. Within there study group, there are seven member, so Pierce had to work with a student named Todd. Later, the study group want to switch partners, so they went to the study room todecide who will be working with Todd. Without ruining the ending, i will say that it does involve a turtle getting burned and a grown man crying.
On aside note, was it just me or was Britta more attractive in this episode.
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