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post #136 of 351
last episode so awesome
post #137 of 351
It was kinda depressing
post #138 of 351
no it was awesome. its good to see them developing Shirley's character a bit as because she's really been the cast member thats been ignored.

Although what they really need is more Senior Chang.


side note: didn't realize until recently that I went to college with Abed, I thought he was a familiar face.
post #139 of 351
really good episode. the series seems like early scrubs. good sometimes random comedy with a more serious undertone.
post #140 of 351
I liked this episode. Claymation was pretty good. It did seem weird at first though.
post #141 of 351
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I liked this episode. Claymation was pretty good. It did seem weird at first though.

Was it just me or did Joel McHale's claymation version look a little like Bill Hader?
post #142 of 351
Even in clay-mation, Annie was hot. If only we saw Alison Brie in that ballerina costume in real life...
post #143 of 351
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Even in clay-mation, Annie was hot. If only we saw Alison Brie in that ballerina costume in real life...

+1 Brita's claymation did her no justice.

Interesting article on the making of this episode. A couple interesting facts...the final product wasn't delivered until the DAY BEFORE it had to air, and Starburns is actually one of the head writers on the show.

http://www.tvguide.com/News/Making-C...d-1026631.aspx
post #144 of 351
The article doesn't even mention that Dino Stamatopoulos was the guy behind Moral Orel. He has years of stop motion experience under his belt.
post #145 of 351
I just got into this show over xmas break and plowed through season 1 and caught up to season 2. Abed is a great character - his mannerism and acting is unlike anybody else. Him and Troy definitely make a good duo.

I also love all the reoccurring characters (Starburns, Leonard, etc). Kind of reminds of the Simpsons in a way (Troy McClure, Wiggums, etc)
post #146 of 351
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I just got into this show over xmas break and plowed through season 1 and caught up to season 2. Abed is a great character - his mannerism and acting is unlike anybody else. Him and Troy definitely make a good duo.

I also love all the reoccurring characters (Starburns, Leonard, etc). Kind of reminds of the Simpsons in a way (Troy McClure, Wiggums, etc)

That's kind of a good comparison. For the show to continue, it almost has to become a cartoon trapped in time (i.e., Bart being in 4th grade for 20 years). There's no realistic way this group of people could stay together at a community college for longer than 2 years.
post #147 of 351
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That's kind of a good comparison. For the show to continue, it almost has to become a cartoon trapped in time (i.e., Bart being in 4th grade for 20 years). There's no realistic way this group of people could stay together at a community college for longer than 2 years.

Yeah that's the biggest thing I'm worried about. It's almost like when Saved By the Bell went to the college years. Hopefully they'll be creative in their thinking.
post #148 of 351
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That's kind of a good comparison. For the show to continue, it almost has to become a cartoon trapped in time (i.e., Bart being in 4th grade for 20 years). There's no realistic way this group of people could stay together at a community college for longer than 2 years.

4-year community colleges are rare, but they do exist.
post #149 of 351
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4-year community colleges are rare, but they do exist.
Maybe, but I think the point I was trying to make is that this group of friends all starting and ending at the same time would ultimately make less sense than a blanket tent city, or campus-wide paintball apocalypse.
post #150 of 351
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Maybe, but I think the point I was trying to make is that this group of friends all starting and ending at the same time would ultimately make less sense than a blanket tent city, or campus-wide paintball apocalypse.

ha. true.
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