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|RANK #||EPISODE TITLE||SYNOPSIS||ANALYSIS|
|#110||"Advanced Introduction to Finality" s4e13||Season 4 finale where Dark Timeline invades||For all the genius the Dark Timeline gives us, this conclusion does not feel earned or entertaining. On paper, the idea seems fine: the Dark Timeline invades. But in execution, the logic is too much of a stretch to genuinely enjoy and it all feels forced.|
|#109||"Alternative History of the German Invasion" s4e4||German invasion snoozefest||One of the most--if not THE most--forgettable episodes. Centering the episode around the revived German villains (sans what made them funny the first time, Nick Kroll) meant this was doomed from inception. Decent set up of the Changnesia storyline, but even that feels underbaked. Strong argument can be made this is the worst episode, but the one below it gets docked more for the mistreatment of the dark timeline.|
|#108||"Conventions of Space and Time" s4e3||Inspector Spacetime convention||This episode is a shell of an idea, similar to Season 4 finale. With a promising conceit, the background of the convention could lead anywhere. Ultimately, it leads us on an unlikeable battle for Abed's favor that provides no growth or insight for the characters involved. And other cringe moments help to make this one another easy one to forget.|
|#107||"Cooperative Escapism and Familial Relations" s4e5||Thanksgiving at Shirley's; Jeff reunites with his father||Season 4 really was the worst, right? In a show known for nailing it's holiday episodes, I was excited to see what they'd do with their only Thanksgiving entry. What we get is the 'Season-four-shell-treatment': they want to connect Shawshank with escaping Shirley's and that's literally all there is. I know others appreciate the Jeff/Father storyline, but it felt too flat for me to feel emotionally invested.|
|#106||"Advanced Documentary Filmmaking" s4e6||Changnesia documentary||Chang is one of my favorite characters. Had the Changesia angle been more genuine, as the episode leads us to believe until the end tag, then it would rank much higher. Instead, the obvious Chang-betrayal puts us back in well-tread territory, undoing the nicer aspects of this documentary episode. Ultimately, another instance of trying to retroactively make a memorable Community episode, missing the heart that could have made it special--although it comes close.|
|#105||"Intro to Knots" s4e10||Christmas where they 'kidnap' professor||Another entry in 'Season-four-shell-treatment' made even more apparent with it being a Christmas episode. Great setup, interesting twist, but so much wasted potential. Had they cut the Die Hard stuff entirely, it may rank higher. I found the references repetitive and annoying and it led nowhere. There's just not enough focus to appreciate what's happening. I still get immense joy from the reveal that Chang can't tie knots, but the entire kidnapping storyline is too underdeveloped to be meaningful.|
|#104||"App Development and Condiments" s5e8||Meow-Meow Beans||HOTTEST TAKE ALERT! People seem to disagree with me on this episode the most. One of the few high-concept episodes that falls flat for me. The more the school is taken over by the app, the less invested I became. Jeff's journey to return everyone to sanity was uninteresting, perhaps due to the aesthetic choices of the world-building. Some funny moments aside, it just doesn't succeed in being much more than a concept. Love the Tim & Eric cameo; should have been featured more.|
|#103||"Intro to Felt Surrogacy" s4e9||Puppet musical||The puppets, songs and cameos make this one a Season 4 highlight. It's enough to distract you from noticing there's not much beyond that. The storyline itself is absurd in a bad way. If they had embedded the dark secrets in much more straightforward way (and given Abed one even if he didn't end up sharing it) it would have been much more enjoyable. I would have loved to see this idea executed with the real creative team at the helm.|
|#102||"Economics of Marine Biology" s4e7||Greendale tries to lure rich student||This one surprisingly grows on you. Initially, the prospect of Greendale selling out to lure in 'the whale' seemed like a half-hearted attempt to go zany (and revisit the Abed-college-movie terrain) but rewatching Magnitude lose his identity and remembering the P.E.E. subplot, this one has a lot of laughs and surprising amount of heart.|
|#101||"Laws of Robotics and Party Rights" s6e5||Convicts attend Greendale using mobile tablets||There are some good jokes in here, but the execution of the main idea of telepresence robots used by criminals doesn't come off all that entertaining. I'm bored more than I'm laughing and it's a decent one to skip in rewatching.|
|#100||"Heroic Origins" s4e12||Comic book origin stories||They pretty much the nail the conceit in this episode. The comic book interlays and the fun exploration of how it all started are ambitious if not a little forced.The discovery of Chang at the center of it all, clearing the way for him to finally join the group, is a triumph. I'm also not bothered by the yet unmentioned Froyo shop that served as an important landmark in their backstory because it feels at home with the comic cliche.|
|#99||"History 101" s4e1||Season 4 premiere where Abed goes to his happy place(s)||Abed's imagining of Community as an entirely other sitcom (with Fred Willard as Pierce) is fantastic until you realize the real show is a shell of its former self. That contrast hurts what is actually a really fun episode. It also suffers from too many storylines not really gelling. And they waste Abed; he's just sitting there for the most part. It ranks this high because for better or worse: it sets the tone for gas-leak season.|
|#98||"The Art of Discourse" s1e22||Annoying high school showdown and Abed's college cliches||If it wasn't for the super annoying feud between Jeff/Britta and high schoolers, this would rank much higher. The fun meta-exploration really finds a home with the college cliche fixation, but so much time is wasted on "Da-Doys!"|
|#97||"Intro to Recycled Cinema" s6e8||Chang Space Movie||I love the bits of repurposing the old footage of Chang to fit into Abed's new movie, but the rest of the movie scenes were unremarkable. The Steve Guttenberg cameo was great and his reactions to the film are entertaining. I love the "Ham girl!" line rocketing Chang into stardom. Beyond that though, it's all too light and uneventful that it's easy to rank low.|
|#96||"Football, Feminism, and You" s1e6||Troy used to play football||I'm very glad they dropped this version of Troy early on, but it's really the first dud in its run. It does get points for bonding Shirley and Britta in a fun way. And I suppose there's some merit to fleshing out Troy as someone who'd fake an injury to avoid a football career, but the story's still not aware of Troy's true character. Perhaps the best example of the show trying to find its footing.|
|#95||"Aerodynamics of Gender" s2e7||Magic trampoline||This one just doesn't do it for me. Sure, the idea of a magically-calming trampoline sounds funny and they execute it well enough, it's just not something I really need to rewatch. I don't get much enjoyment from Abed's mean-girl routine either.|
|#94||"Basic Genealogy" s1e18||Family day at Greendale||Overall, it's an enjoyable episode. It suffers in rewatching because there's not much memorable entertainment beyond Britta getting spanked by Troy's Nana.|
|#93||"Celebrity Pharmacology" s2e13||Anti-drug play||I find Pierce extra-annoying in this episode. My main moment of joy comes from Chang taking over the role of drugs. The other storylines don't add much, but there are some good laughs throughout.|
|#92||"Contemporary Impressionists" s3e11||Jeff's narcissism and celebrity impersonators||I find Jeff extra-annoying in this episode. Sure, that's sort of the point, but it doesn't make his extra-narcissism any easier to enjoy. The group playing celebrity impressionists is enjoyable, but this is the least memorable episode in what may be the best season.|
|#91||"Herstory of Dance" s4e8||Sophie B. Hawkins dance||This is a Season 4 gem. Beyond the lovely Brie Larson cameo, witnessing Britta's journey to actual pride and satisfaction is one of the great emotional moments in the series. What holds it back is the unnecessary double-date trope that just lets the cliched developments feel a little flimsy. This is helped by the lack of development of Brie Larson's character in the rest of the season.|
|#90||"Custody Law and European Diplomacy" s2e18||Shirley's baby shower and Britta dates a war criminal||The Chang-may-be-Shirley's-baby's-daddy arc was great and this episode is perhaps the most focused and rewarding concerning it. What drags it down is the unlikeable Lukka and the somewhat boring plot surrounding his being an awful human.|
|#89||"Advanced Gay" s3e6||Pierce becomes a gay-rights icon||While it was fun to see Pierce embrace some actual character growth, it doesn't really get capitalized on moving forward. This could have been a stepping stone for him; instead, it's a wasted opportunity. Some good laughs and it sets up two important plot points: Pierce's father's death and Troy's induction to the wild world of AC-Repair.|
|#88||"Advanced Criminal Law" s1e5||Britta's on trial and Abed pranks Troy||I love Abed's elaborate prank, even though real-Troy would have been much more gullible. All the trial stuff is gold, too, especially the setting by the pool. While it suffers from the characters not being themselves quite yet, it's still a fun episode.|
|#87||"Environmental Science" s1e10||Jeff helps Chang to get out of homework||There's not much to this episode beyond the Jeff/Chang storyline, but it's pretty compelling to push things forward. Humanizing Chang always warms my heart and for this to be our first real dive into his life, it's a decent foundation. The Fievel arc is pretty memorable thanks to Donald Glover's hilarity and the duet sung at the end.|
|#86||"Paranormal Parentage" s4e2||Pierce's haunted mansion||A Halloween classic that doesn't suffer (much) from the season it's in. It feels like Community and even offers Pierce some great opportunities to shine. Entertaining all around, but would likely be that much greater with Harmon's influence.|
|#85||"Origins of Vampire Mythology" s3e15||Britta's ex, Blade||I'm always confused when I see the title because I think, "another Halloween episode?" I think that impacts my disappointment in this otherwise fine episode. The Pierce/Chang friendship makes me wish we had more. And Britta's texting/calling from the bedroom is actually pretty funny and there's a sad turn where Troy's kindness breaks the spell.|
|#84||"VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing" s5e9||Abed and Annie play TV board game||Another one shaded by my personal disappointment. I was thrilled to hear Vince Gilligan would cameo, but was bummed this was the result. The end tag was funny, though. Decent snapshot of the fallout from Troy leaving, although it's continually frustrating to see Brie Larson underutilized. Oh, yeah, there's something to do with textbooks, too.|
|#83||"Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts" s3e12||Shirley remarries Andre||This one suffers from being forgettable beyond Troy and Abed's 'weird-down'. Of course, the wedding is a standout plot point, but one that gets shuffled away easily as the season progresses.|
|#82||"Basic Email Security" s6e6||Greendale is hacked||While being a weaker entry in Season 6, it definitely has some strong moments. The leaked emails leads to a hilarious discussion among the group and the unified purpose for an ultimately unworthy cause is great. The kid cop gag is solid, too.|
|#81||"Basic Sandwich" s5e13||Part Two of Season 5 finale where Greendale is saved||The episode operates as a treasure hunt and what could have been a series finale if not for Yahoo!. It's successful in its first operation although the solution being a stinky, perverted former teacher with a deus-ex-machina contract is underwhelming. It would have failed as a series finale so thankfully we need not worry about analyzing it as such. Highlight is definitely Richie's brain-robbing ability.|
|#80||"Basic Story" s5e12||Part One of Season 5 finale where Subway takes over Greendale||Three "Basic"s in a row, wtf? Anyway, this one leaves the breadcrumbs for the eventual treasure hunt with intrigue and the idea of Subway controlling Greendale feels like dire stakes. It's a fun set-up that barely outshines its concluding half.|
|#79||"The Psychology of Letting Go" s2e3||Pierce's mom in a lava lamp||While the heartfelt drive to get ice cream allows for a touching moment, the rest of the plots don't do much for me. Britta vs Annie seems gratuitous and Jeff's vanity was already worn out this early in Season 2.|
|#78||"The Politics of Human Sexuality" s1e11||STD Fair||Some great laughs although the subplots don't add much to the enjoyment. Annie's search to see "it" is some good ole Reverse Porky's fun and Abed telling students to not use condoms over the PA is prime Community.|
|#77||"Basic RV Repair and Palmistry" s6e10||RV road-trip movie with the giant hand||A fun, meta episode that feels surprising considering it's somehow new territory all the way in Season 6. Some good laughs, good heartfelt moments, and sets up the great run of episodes that follow.|
|#76||"The Science of Illusion" s1e20||Britta's April Fool's joke||A decently funny episode made all the more memorable for being the introduction of Troy and Abed's talkshow. I'd probably rank it higher if not for the fact that I find Annie and Shirley vying to be the bad cop as too much of a 'meh' thing.|
|#75||"Grifting 101" s6e9||Grifting||An oddball episode made palatable by the hilarious Matt Barry. While a little farfetch'd in execution, it's a fun journey that's fueled by the absurd hijinx.|
|#74||"Asian Population Studies" s2e12||Who will join the study group?||Perhaps the most normal episode in the series. That's not a knock against it, it's just a little bland in comparison to what's around it. Some solid moments and laughs, although I find Rich perplexing and frustrating just as Jeff does because I don't know how I'm supposed to make sense of his character.|
|#73||"G.I. Jeff" s5e11||Jeff's animated coma||A lot of people really dislike this one and I think there's decent crossover with that group also disliking G.I. Joe. I could be wrong, but that's the only way this episode is outright bad to anyone in my eyes. Because it's a dead on spoof that subverts the original show in a hilariously effective way. The clincher for me is how well embedded the conceit is with the reality of Jeff being comatose. Being able to nail the logic makes it all more enjoyable for me.|
|#72||"Competitive Wine Tasting" s2e20||Who's the Boss?||You can pretty much throw out the main storyline of Pierce's new, suspect, love interest. That bit drags the episode down in my opinion. The strength belongs in Abed's storyline where he asserts his pop culture dominance over a professor. We do get an interesting look into Troy and how he continually struggles to have actual struggles compared to the other characters, which rings true throughout the series.|
|#71||"Applied Anthropology and Culinary Arts" s2e21||Shirley has her baby||An overall fun episode despite the Shirley pregnancy arc already being tired by this point. Britta trying to deliver the baby is gold and Chang being humanized will always please me and this is perhaps his greatest, human moment. Not the biggest fan of Pierce buying Troy/Abed's handshake, but it leads to some fun moments.|
|#70||"Analysis of Cork-Based Networking" s5e6||Bear Down for Midterms||Being the first episode without Troy, naturally it's gonna suffer. What it does well though is capture the college-based zaniness that works so well for Community, highlighting new and background characters with the singular focus on an attainable goal.|
|#69||"Ladders" s6e1||Season 6 premiere where Frankie tries to fix Greendale||A great introduction to perhaps the most underrated character, Frankie. While essentially being another 'Repilot' it does a good job in setting the new-ish stage while providing the same amount of laughs we expect from a good Community episode.|
|#68||"Studies in Modern Movement" s3e7||Annie's move||Troy and Abed are especially grating in this episode and it really makes you sympathize with Annie. There's some redemption with their sweet, shadow-puppet performance. The highlight, though, is the Jeff/Dean karaoke of Kiss From a Rose.|
|#67||"Interpretive Dance" s1e14||Troy and Britta attempt to hide their dancing from group||The dancing is great and a real chance for Donald Glover to shine with his range. It also offers one of the first instances of Troy being the heart of the group, sacrificing his secret to save Britta. If it wasn't for the bore that is Jeff/Slater romance, this one would rank higher.|
|#66||"Intro to Political Science" s2e14||Student-body president election||Solid episode whose only crime is its debate setting not being nearly as funny or interesting as the episodes' ranked higher than it.|
|#65||"Geography of Global Conflict" s3e2||Model-UN showdown||Fun episode with some memorable moments. Not a big fan of the UN showdown as the format but it works for Annie's obsessive passion. I wish Martin Starr would have been used more, his character had potential.|
|#64||"Basic Crisis Room Decorum" s6e3||Greendale gave a degree to a dog||This episode is when I knew this final season was going to be done the right way. This has the classic feel of a Season 3 episode but with new characters bringing a fresh twist to what we already enjoy on the show.|
|#63||"Introduction to Finality" s3e22||Season 3 finale where Shirley takes Pierce to court||What could have sadly been a series finale, this episode delivers in all the right areas. It's a satisfying conclusion to the Troy HVAC Messiah arc and ends on a hopeful look into the future.|
|#62||"Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism" s3e9||Foosball||I always enjoy the Jeff/Shirley pairing and the connection in this episode is a strong look into their past and an example of growth. Any time Shirley can show off some unexpected skills that make her into a badass, sign me up. The anime cut of them facing off feels so right and unforced. Sadly, the B plot where Annie breaks Abed's DVD is complete (memorable) filler.|
|#61||"Biology 101" s3e1||Season 3 premiere where Jeff goes crazy||A fun start to my favorite season. A successful foundation for what is the most ambitious season in terms of narrative connective tissue. This one sets the tone.|
|#60||"Course Listing Unavailable" s3e18||The group gets expelled from Greendale||The momentum leading to the big gut punch at the end feels meaningful, as if the group could really be seeing its final days.|
|#59||"Accounting for Lawyers" s2e2||Jeff reunites with lawyer frenemy||First episode where the group leaves the campus is a landmark moment. Very funny episode that gave us some classic moments like the Drew Carey cameo and the chloroform scene.|
|#58||"Communication Studies" s1e16||Jeff/Britta drunk voicemail||Jeff and Abed's getting drunk montage solidifies this episode's entry this high into the rankings. While I'm not a big Slater fan, this is her most palatable episode by far.|
|#57||"Early 21st Century Romanticism" s2e15||Valentine's Day||This episode really benefits from all its separate parts working together under the theme of Valentine's. Britta being needlessly defiant in the name of acceptance, Troy/Abed pursuing love only to realize their love matters more, and Jeff accepting Greendale through letting Chang move in is powerful. Even stronger, Pierce overusing his pain meds and seeing a tiny Andy Dick is funny until its made poignant by the dark ending.|
|#56||"Debate 109" s1e9||Jeff and Annie debate||This episode gets major points for sparking the Jeff/Annie relationship, but it's one of my least favorites in rewatch. I guess it's the debate setting. Not taking away anything from the episode in terms of quality, it's solid.|
|#55||"Bondage and Beta Male Sexuality" s5e7||Jeff/Britta/Duncan love triangle and Hickey handcuffs Abed||Some good character moments. I really enjoyed seeing Abed express a new emotion while be kept from seeing his movie. The Britta love triangle is interesting, but it doesn't add much beyond showing Duncan has an actual human side.|
|#54||"Anthropology 101" s2e1||Season 2 premiere with Betty White||This one does a good job capitalizing on the drama generated in the Season 1 finale. We get the tangled mess of Jeff/Britta/Annie to good comedic effect and a maniacal Betty White cameo to boot. While the focus is completely on the romantic plot (and Abed says that can be boring) I felt like this was a good place to start the season.|
|#53||"Physical Education" s1e17||Jeff plays pool in shorts||Jeff trying to look cool while playing pool is memorable, but it loses its comedic impact the more I rewatch it. Thankfully, everything surrounding it is pretty solid in this one, including Danny Pudi showing his range with impressions and playing his own doppelganger.|
|#52||"English as a Second Language" s1e24||New Spanish teacher||I applaud this episode on how well it crafted the end of the first year: revealing Chang's a fraud at the risk of losing credit for the class, the tension between the group realizing they still haven't evolved beyond a study group quite yet, and setting up Troy's gifted handyman skills.|
|#51||"Romantic Expressionism" s1e15||Annie starts dating Vaughn||Vaughn was a fun character and his relationship with Annie is memorable in the best way. The Kickpuncher stuff was solid bonding for the other characters, also allowing Chang time to find his footing within the early group dynamic.|
|#50||"Introduction to Film" s1e3||Abed takes a film class||The first Abed-film episode that showcases surprising heart with its reveal at the end. This is perhaps the first example of how effortlessly the show is able to combine heartfelt moments with comedic ones while honoring their characters. I would argue this episode sets up the emotional center of Abed's claymation Christmas one in regards to showing the friction with his mother.|
|#49||"Spanish 101" s1e2||Spanish class||An early outlier in my opinion: the second episode of the series actually showcases the characters well! We get hints of Chang's facade (Italian flags on flashcards/his eccentricity), we get Troy & Abed's iconic rap together, Pierce's focus on bonding with Jeff to fight off loneliness, Britta's being exposed as a lazy activist, and Shirley's baking brownies!|
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|#45||"Competitive Ecology" s3e4||Lab partners||A really fun episode where we get different pairings of the characters and some self-aware examining of the group itself. Detective Chang could have been a whole episode unto itself but it shares the space well here.|
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|#43||"Advanced Safety Features" s6e7||Dean buys a Honda||Another Dean classic episode. I was happy to see Subway the Person return because I've always shipped Britta and him. It's also chock-full of other greatness: Chang's PowerPoint presentation, Natalie is Freezing, and Billy Zane trying to hide.|
|#42||"Pilot" s1e1||Series premiere||Where it all started. It has to be honored for that. The episode also has probably the best Jeff speech in the whole series.|
|#41||"Home Economics" s1e8||Jeff crashes with Abed||The first instance of a dedicated pairing of Jeff and Abed. It allows them to showcase their easy chemistry and they create a bond that propels much of the show for here on out. Pierce's song is kind of annoying though.|
|#40||"Introduction to Teaching" s5e2||Jeff becomes a teacher at Greendale||Pretty much a feel-good episode for me. It's a return to form after the gas-leak season and establishing re-pilot. We get Buzz Hickey, Abed doing Nick Cage, and Dean thinking in French.|
|#39||"Queer Studies and Advanced Waxing" s6e4||Chang stars in Karate Kid||One of my most quoted episodes. Besides singing Gay Dean all the time, I also find myself reminding people that Ralph Macchio!...showed up.|
|#38||"Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples" s2e5||Abed documentary||Abed going meta for the first time. But it also has the heart to show his vulnerability and Shirley's powerful friendship which saves the day. Pierce hanging with the hipsters also shows some vulnerability and provides some laughs.|
|#37||"Regional Holiday Music" s3e10||The group joins Glee club||If they had to do another musical episode (and I'm glad they did) at least it was Christmas themed, again. This one is more focused on that as a theme and manages to spoof in fun ways. Baby Boomer Santa, thank you for everything.|
|#36||"Repilot" s5e1||Season 5 premiere where Jeff forms the Save Greendale Committee||In a similar way to the Pilot, you have to give this one the same type of credit because it brought the show back to life. While its tone is darker than everything before it, Dan Harmon works his magic to make it feel like a part of the story all along.|
|#35||"Virtual Systems Analysis" s3e16||Annie goes into Dreamatorium||I have a secret hope for the Community movie should it ever come to be: Abed and Annie should be together. There! I said it! Episodes like this where we focus on the pairing really show how well they work together and their chemistry can be magnetic. Beyond my daydreaming, this episode is a fun exploration of the characters in the vein of Abed's other imaginative journeys.|
|#34||"The First Chang Dynasty" s3e21||Heist to take down Chang||Community does a heist movie. They nail it. We also get another John Goodman cameo and work towards resolving the Troy AC arc.|
|#33||"Wedding Videography" s6e12||Garrett's marriage mockumentary||The incest episode. Also the episode where Abed doesn't physically appear. Yeah, it's a weird one. But the format makes it work and the group (especially Elroy) keeps us laughing.|
|#32||"Basic Human Anatomy" s4e11||Troy/Abed body swap||Thanks to Jim Rash, Season 4 managed to crap out a classic. A great concept, some great acting, and a fitting end to the least popular romance in the show's history, SlateJeff included.|
|#31||"Geothermal Escapism" s5e5||Troy's farewell with a game of 'the floor is hot lava'||A late-series classic showcasing the heartbreak of tearing apart the best pair Community has to offer: Troy and Abed. Of course it's another conceptual episode, but it manages to hold its own among them while relying more on the emotional moments for effect.|
|#30||"Investigative Journalism" s1e13||Greendale starts a school newspaper||Buddy should have joined the group permanently. His lone entry in the series radiates throughout and it's always a warm fuzzy feeling to return to it.|
|#29||"Digital Exploration of Interior Design" s3e13||Subway student and set up for Pillow/Blanket war||Arguably John Goodman's funniest appearance. All parts are working well here to make us laugh and care about the characters. Jeff's subplot is a bit boring, but not enough to detract from the overall enjoyment.|
|#28||"Modern Espionage" s6e11||Underground paintball||Even though they could have never returned to paintball, I'm glad they saved it for near the end of the series run so that it felt nostalgic. I also enjoyed the idea of playing the game in secret, so the whole thing took on an espionage vibe that made it feel fresh.|
|#27||"Comparative Religion" s1e12||First Christmas episode; Jeff fight||An instant classic. As you can tell (and as I've stated) I love the holiday episodes. This being one of the earliest entries, it's grounded in more reality than those that follow. With that, it still provides all the goods, just in a winter-doodle package.|
|#26||"Beginner Pottery" s1e19||Pottery and boating classes||Since it's a show about community college, it makes sense there'd be episodes like this: ones where we focus on the group in separate classes. The boating entry is especially hilarious and allows Yvette Nicole Brown room to show off her acting skills. Oh, and hey, look, it's Tony Hale.|
|#25||"Digital Estate Planning" s3e20||Video game for Pierce's inheritance||Just a genius idea. Executed flawlessly. A great storyline to paint on top of it. Seriously, y'all, great job. This is only number 25?!?|
|#24||"Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design" s2e9||Night School||Kevin Corrigan really steals the show, doesn't he? It's fun watching the conspiracy unravel and the Dean really shines in the final scene.|
|#23||"Mixology Certification" s2e10||Troy's 21st birthday||A noticeable tone shift occurs midway through this one and it highlights the ability of the show to get just as 'real' as it can get creatively 'unreal'. Donald Glover showcases his range as well. A poignant episode overall.|
|#22||"Basic Rocket Science" s2e4||KFC Space Simulator||I credit this one with signaling that the show was going to lean into its conceptual motifs and use them as appropriate vehicles to bring a smile to your face time and time again. To call it a classic would be selling it short.|
|#21||"Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons" s5e10||D&D with Dean and David Cross||Hard to revisit this well without coming up short, but this one manages to cement its own unique legacy. This one also proves that having the Dean at your table enhances your experience exponentially. Imagine what the first one would have been like with him there?|
|#20||"Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps" s3e5||Scary stories||[hums Daybreak]|
|#19||"Cooperative Polygraphy" s5e5||Polygraph for Pierce's wake||Reader, did you know that I admire your dedication to read through my entire list? And also sperm.|
|#18||"Paradigms of Human Memory" s2e21||Clip episode||Another genius idea: do a clip episode with clips from events that never 'happened.' This is the show operating entirely in its sweet spot.|
|#17||"For a Few Paintballs More" s2e24||Season 2 finale; Star Wars paintball||The latter half of an incredible finale showcases all the characters having fun playing the game of pretend. Key note on the Annie and Abed watch: hottest kiss in the show.|
|#16||"A Fistful of Paintballs" s2e23||Western paintball||I prefer this one to the Star Wars one, but only by just a little. A fine Annie episode and one the gets real on the Pierce issue in a satisfying and fitting way.|
|#15||"Introduction to Statistics" s1e7||First Halloween episode||You can blame this one for getting me hooked on Community does holidays. And you can blame it for the Troy and Abed pairing that would propel the show onward.|
|#14||"Pillows and Blankets" s3e14||Pillow/Blanket fort war documentary||Do you think Elroy actually does narration work?|
|#13||"Basic Intergluteal Numismatics" s5e3||Ass Crack Bandit||I'm a firm believer that Annie is the ACB. She alone is able to perform all the acts herself. Agree? Disagree? Let me know in the comments.|
|#12||"Contemporary American Poultry" s1e21||Chicken finger mafia movie||Probably Scorsese's favorite episode of Community. Let me know in the comments, Marty.|
|#11||"Epidemiology" s2e6||Zombie Halloween party||I'll watch this one every October until I die. Bet.|
|#10||"Curriculum Unavailable" s3e19||Greendale Insane asylum||So, I smoke weed, right? And I watched this episode and I'm ashamed to admit but...I fell for it. I said aloud, "this explains everything." I thought (and still do) that it was great fucking twist. So, it sneaks in the top ten even though most will argue it's mid-tier at best.|
|#9||"Documentary Filmmaking: Redux" s3e8||Dean makes Greendale commercial documentary||God bless Luis Guzmán. That is all.|
|#8||"Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas" s2e11||Claymation Christmas||It's so satisfying to watch Clay-Abed jump on all those cars at the beginning. And I watched a lot of these types of movies as a kid so it's the most distilled Christmas essence that show could offer me. Appreciate it.|
|#7||"Cooperative Calligraphy" s2e8||Bottle episode||Man, do I love a bottle episode. I also just saw the monkey steal the pen for the first time last viewing. Pretty freakin' cool if you ask me.|
|#6||"Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television" s6e13||Series finale||One final conceptual episode to go out on: pitch me your season 7. It's brilliant, touching, and satisfying. Trust me, it'll keep you coming back just to get that impact after watching all 110 episodes.|
|#5||"Critical Film Studies" s2e19||My Dinner with Abed; Pulp Fiction surprise party||I only wish this episode were two separate episodes so I could enjoy it that much more. A wonderful meshing of ideas and Danny Pudi's best performance.|
|#4||"Basic Lupine Urology" s3e17||Law & Order||In my childhood home, it was commonplace to hear the Law & Order theme song at all hours of the day/night. To say this episode affected me in a profound way would not be doing the impact justice. It's fucking beautiful.|
|#3||"Modern Warfare" s1e23||First paintball||First and best. This episode probably gave the creators all the credit they needed to get the rest of the series done, whether that was at NBC or with Yahoo! (or Netflix in the future?). I'm just in awe every time that I watch it. Feels like it's always existed; hard to imagine someone conceived of the idea.|
|#2||"Advanced Dungeons & Dragons" s2e14||D&D with Fat Neil||I'm glad I own the DVDs so that I can revisit one of my favorites any time I get the itch to do so. Pity that Chang's portrayal of a drow is misperceived to be something other than agreeing exactly with those who find issue with it. As an avid D&D player, this would had to be near the top of the ranking.|
|#1||"Remedial Chaos Theory" s3e3||Different timelines; Troy & Abed's housewarming||Surprising no one: this is the best episode of Community. I think most of the Community-Community will agree with me, but if you don't, you best come prepared because I just did a whole list and will do more so yeah pretty official wouldn't ya say?|