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Writer Megan Ganz Leaves Community. This is the Darkest Timeline.

Community just cannot catch a break. First showrunner Dan Harmon gets fired. Then it’s the subject of a showtime shuffle that leaves its fans wondering if season four will ever actually premiere. (As of now it’s February 7th. I’ll believe it when I see it.) Then Chevy Chase quits. (Though that could be considered a bright spot, depending on who you talk to.) And now one of its star writers, Megan Ganz, has left to write for Modern Family.


And So It Begins

Chevy Chase Finally Leaves Community. Streets Ahead or Streets Behind?

Well, it was only a matter of time. Chevy Chase, who has been vocal (to put it mildly) about his dissatisfaction with the show and former (*sob*) showrunner Dan Harmon, is officially dropping out of Greendale Community College. I’m surprised it didn’t happen sooner, frankly.


It Came From Outer Space

Hark! Some Bloopers From Community Season Three

Oh Comic-Con, the wonders you bring us! So many, in fact, that the delights of this Community gag reel almost slipped past our notice. Woe would we have been if it had, though. Community bloopers rank among our favorite DVD features of all time, so getting them before the DVD release is a treat we didn’t expect. We would’ve missed Alison Brie demonstrating her rapping abilities, some inappropriate groping, and Chevy Chase inadvertently inventing some strangely visual slang. Oh, and we get to watch Danny Pudi and Alison Brie run around in their Inspector Spacetime costumes. The question is not if, readers, but when you will enjoy this video.

(via Collider)

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After Trying Anime, Community Will Now Become a Video Game

The Hollywood Reporter was given exclusive shots of Community‘s season finale — and they are in the style of 16-bit video games! The show’s third season ends tomorrow night with three episodes, with one last foray into glorious geekery. My only question is if this has something to do with the dreamatorium, or have Troy and Abed just officially lost their minds completely.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Ruth Law, Early Aviatrix

This woman is Ruth Law, who was the first woman to perform a “loop-de-loop” — in a plane she bought from Orville Wright. She was also the first woman allowed to wear a U.S. Military uniform. (At TYWKIWDBI)