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  1. Last Night’s Community Panel Had a Preview of Their G.I. Joe Animated Episode to Fill This Week’s Community Void

    Knowing is half the battle! Graffiti is bad. Go play sports.

    Last night's Community panel at PaleyFest with most of the cast along with Dan Harmon and Chris McKenna was a great way to get over the fact that there will be no new episode of Community tonight. It also brought us a clip from the upcoming G.I. Joe animated episode starring Britta as Buzzkill and Abed as Fourth Wall.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Someone Managed To Improve The Excellent The Wolverine Poster

    Things We Saw Today

    The Wolverine struggled through some pretty bad posters before arriving back at the striking sumi-e inspired portraits of its characters. It seems that graffiti artist Poster Boy NYC believed that Logan could look even more intimidating in the poster, however, with the help of some strategic subway poster vandalism. (via Co.Create)

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  3. Tyrion Lannister, River Tam, and Abed Nadir LARP Together in the New Trailer for Knights of Badassdom [VIDEO]

    Olden Lore

    I remember seeing a trailer for LARP-themed comedy The Knights of Badassdom at least a year ago, and then… nothing. No news. No release date. The official website still says "coming 2012." But at last, progress: There's a new trailer, even though most of the footage in it is recycled from the old trailer. Whatever. Someone's cut a new trailer and IMDB has updated its release year to 2013, so that must mean we'll be seeing the whole movie relatively soon... right? Please? Peter Dinklage. Summer Glau. Danny Pudi. Ryan Kwanten. Steve Zahn. Tom Hopper, who played Percival the sleeveless chainmail-wearing knight on Merlin. I really want to see this. It looks awesome. (via: Ain't It Cool News) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  4. Hark! Some Bloopers From Community Season Three

    It Came From Outer Space

    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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  5. Community Finally Gets Some Respect From the Critics Choice Television Awards

    And All Was Right With the World

    Following a crazy third season full of drama off-screen and wacky delight onscreen, Community, NBC's most neglected (by NBC) sitcom has found itself leading in nominations for the Critics Choice Television Awards with a grand total of six. While the awards show itself is young (it just started last year), it's about time Community got a little recognition for the unique brand of silliness it brings to the airwaves. And internetwaves, for that matter. The same internet that may or may not have created the Community video game featured at the end of the season. You'll have to find out after the jump.

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  6. After Trying Anime, Community Will Now Become a Video Game

    Yes. Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. Yes.

    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.

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  7. Watch Community‘s Dark Knight and Anime Tributes

    Almost Totally Excellent

    Is Community the anti-Big Bang Theory? Where instead of presenting geek stereotypes as crazy people who have trouble functioning in normal society, they present normal society as full of crazy people with geeky interests all trying to function together? You know, like actual society? I honestly haven't watched enough Community to know. But you can watch last night's completely unexplained-and-acknowledged cheap-anime-style interlude above. We knew the anime segment was coming, but we didn't know that the episode would also include Danny Pudi doing an extended, spot on impression of Christian Bale. Also some breaking and entering. Watch below!

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  8. Omigod, Community Had a Beetlejuice Easter Egg That Was Three Seasons In the Making [Video]

    And Fansplosions Abound

    I don't even know where to start with this. Dan Harmon's Community, which recently transformed Twitter in a seething cauldron of angst because it was inexplicably removed from NBC's mid-season lineup (while Whitney, like a cockroach, somehow remained), has a special relationship with its audience. That relationship entails going against what network sitcoms are supposed to do and consistently raising the bar. The first time the writers treated us to a secret surprise was when Abed (Danny Pudi) was part of a stealth storyline in which he delivered a baby without so much as a mention in that episode. (The mention came a few episodes later.) And now, over the course of its three seasons, three Beetlejuice mentions that actually resulted in an appearance by the B-Man himself that you probably missed. Watch the window behind Annie (Alison Brie) after she makes the third mention after a quick mention of Inspector Spacetime. What are we thankful for? Things like this. Thank you, Dan Harmon and everyone involved with Community! (via Topless Robot) Previously in Community

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  9. Powers Casts Carly Foulkes (aka The T-Mobile Girl) As Retro Girl

    million dollar lady

    Recognize that girl? She is often seen wearing pink and spouting very-useful-information about T-Mobile phones and such. Her name is Carly Foulkes, and she might finally be recognized for much more: it was just announced that she will be playing Retro Girl in FX's Powers series. Finally! She will get to do things besides stand around on a white set and make other people look stupid.

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