3:19 PM, June 6th, 2012


Reddit user Britta-Bot has set to work recreating “Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne”, the 8-bit title featured on NBC sitcom Community’s season finale. While the title is in it’s early stages, featuring little more than a handful of maps and characters seen on the show, Britta-Bot plans to introduce health and inventory systems, new maps, and more in future releases. Community fans, this is definitely something worth checking in on from time to time. (thanks to LaughterKey for the tip) source

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While your tumblrer isn’t a huge fan of ‘Community’ (*dodges tomatoes*), we admit their fans are super committed. 

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7:31 PM, February 28th, 2012



The crying women of Community remind you how sad it will be if it gets canceled

“I’ve never worked with a group of people that have impressed me so consistently on such a daily basis.” -Gillian Jacobs

There can be no tears until we know for sure whether the show comes back. But if it does get cancelled, we’ll all be sobbing.

this is an excellent, excellent read. I may have cried a little bit.


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1:35 PM, February 28th, 2012

Jacobs: I’ve never worked with a group of people that have impressed me so consistently on such a daily basis. I feel like given the nature of this show, we’ve been thrown everything from an action movie to a noir to My Dinner With Andre. Everybody rose to it every single week. The writing and the creativity and the scope and the ambition of the show has been—

[Jacobs’s sobbing becomes ragged.]

Brown: Oh, well. I can’t sit here and not hug you.

[Brown and Brie embrace Jacobs.]

So we have a roundtable with Alison Brue, Yvette Nicole Brown, Gillian Jacobs & Megan Ganz, aka the women of Community and it’s kind of incredible.

1:57 PM, January 6th, 2012

Community fans rejoice

NBC Entertainment President Robert Greenblatt told The Daily Beast’s Jace Lacob that NBC hasn’t forgotten about Community, and that the show will be returning to the airwaves before too long. “Community is coming back,” said Greenblatt in an interview earlier this week. “We just had to get some stuff moved around for midseason, but it’s not going anywhere. I can’t say anything about next season yet, but the fact that people think it’s gone … I need to fix that.”

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6:26 PM, November 15th, 2011

This is a show that’s not just about the ways in which we come together as a collective (hell, the title spells that out) but also about pen-stealing monkeys, zombie apocalypses, alternate timelines, chaos theory, Dungeons & Dragons, paintball, and so much more.

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