It was nice to see Pierce stand up for Britta, but the highlight of this episode (which was fine, but nothing special) was a great, almost moving performance from Danny Pudi.
This episode gave the Dean his first real solid storyline of the season, and it was enjoyable to see the character at the center of an episode that allowed Jim Rash to play the Dean's combination of enthusiasm for Greendale and his constant fear that it's not going to be good enough.
When does Whitney come to an end? And what about the shows you actually like?
Community has reached middle-age, and the show is now more willing to open to that box on the shelf that’s marked “Things That Work.” But this episode still had its moments.
This episode wasn't perfect, but it got the important stuff right.
This week's episode returned to the show's roots as a college comedy, but did little to boost the disastrous fourth season.
Like Britta, I straight-up don't care about Inspector Spacetime, so this episode wasn't my favorite. But at least the end of it packed the kind of moderate emotional wallop that makes for a rock-solid Community story.
Plus: Zero Hour premieres to almost zero ratings, Kyle Chandler is headed to Showtime, and Felicity Huffman is an assassin!
"Paranormal Parentage" didn't light the world on fire, but it was a stabilizing, promising episode for this new season of Community.
Look, I didn't want to start our discussion of Community's return talking about Dan Harmon either, but what we have here is an unavoidable Dan Harmon-sized elephant that, uhhh, isn't in the room anymore.
Plus: TLC renewed Toddlers and Tiaras, Smash returned but no one watched it, and Chevy Chase tried to fistfight Joel McHale.
We've all named our five favorite episodes, and now we're asking you to do the same.
In a peek at the premiere, Dean tells the students how to get into their dream class.
Plus: Cougar Town debuts on TBS, Days of Our Lives lives on, and Dick Wolf gets into real-life law and order.
Plus: Another blow for Community, Abu Nazir heads to CSI: NY, and Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence in a comedy?
You showed up with bells on, dear readers, to determine the best of last year.
We projected the TV.com bat-logo into the sky and summoned the site's contributors to ask them to name their five favorite shows of the year.
In this edition: Jumps between realities, the best Bar Mitzvah entertainment a few bucks can buy, and an ORGY!!!!