Re: Most shows
TWoP: Speaking of Girls, were you excited to watch Donald’s guest spot?
Gillian: Definitely! I couldn’t watch that sex scene though.
Alison: Oh my God! I feel like I knew it was going to happen and was still so shocked!
Gillian: Yeah, it was like “There he is! Oh my! They’re naked and they’re doing it. Okay!” I closed my eyes.
Alison: I didn’t. I rewound it and watched it like, three times. [Laughs]
Their Friendliest (and Funniest) Exchange
Britta: “Why is there a banana in your DVD cabinet?”
Annie: “Read the banana, Britta.”
Britta: [Reading] “You are a lying junkie.”
Annie: “I’m sure those words hurt. But you wouldn’t be reading them if they weren’t true.”
Read more: Community: Best Friends Forever?
Best Burnsian Moment: Eagerly watching the combination biathlon/singing reality competition series Ski Shoot Sing with his troops.
Ideal Documentary Spoof: Morgan Spurlock’s Super Size Me, because it’s easy to picture Troy doing something crazy like eating nothing but McDonald’s for a month or making himself a walking billboard for advertisers as Spurlock did in The Greatest Movie Ever Sold. And Troy wouldn’t even do these kinds of stunts for a film — he’d just think they’d be fun.
Read more: Community: Life During Wartime
Congratulations to the fine folks behind Community, who not only won the Tubey Award for Best Comedy, but basically cleaned up in every category. See you next year at the Emmys?
Read more: The 2011 Tubey Awards Winners
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"People often ask me about what constitutes a nerd friendly show — like, does it have to have sci-fi elements? But I think it’s just a show that satisfies the secret craving we all have to be obsessed with something and not feel at all stupid about it. Most sci-fi shows give that to people because they’re typically written by people who have the same sort of compulsion for detail and surrendering to a narrative. I’m every bit the nerd that anyone who wrote on Star Trek was and I apply that value for detail to Community. And when we go to a convention like Comic-Con, you just hear a different sound coming out of the collective mouth, because there are people in that audience that love the show like you’d love a girlfriend if we were able to have any. They love it the way you love a partner you actually feel secure with — you can actually say ‘I love you’ without being rejected.”
- Community creator Dan Harmon