Friday, November 9, 2012

Favorite Scene Friday: FAVORITE SCENE FRIDAY in the MORNING ... or at night.

Let me preface this post by saying that I absolutely, wholeheartedly despise the network TV channel, NBC.  Never in my 30 years of existence have I witnessed such dumbass-ery when it comes to television broadcasting.  Seriously, they must have a team of monkey’s riding high on bath salts choosing their primetime line-up.  If it weren’t for Parks and Recreation, I would call my cable company and have them remove the channel.  

That being said, today’s Favorite Scene Friday is a little different than any FSF we’ve done in the past, because this FSF is taken from a TV show (perhaps the greatest comedy ever) instead of a movie.  I hope that little fact doesn’t upset you, but I’m going through withdrawals without new episodes of my beloved, favorite comedy.  Of course, I’m talking about the stellar, pop-culture phenomenon, Community.  Fellow Hatcher, Robert, and I love this show and dread the inevitable day of its official cancellation.  With an upcoming 13-episode 4th season coming in February (well so far its February, but those goddamn salted monkey’s will probably shelf it until summertime when they know for sure that no one will watch it – idiots), after supposedly airing on October 19th, we’ll finally get to witness our lovable gang back in action.  I’m not thrilled that we’re only getting 13 episodes, but I am thrilled that we’re at least getting 13 more episodes.  The season will be short and undoubtedly fun as hell so maybe, just maybe, Netflix will pick up on its awesomeness and continue their Arrested Development trend trend and just air the episodes via their VOD.  Here’s to hoping for Six Seasons and a Movie!

Included here today are just a few of the excellent moments from the show featuring Donald Glover and Danny Pudi, or Troy and Abed, respectively.  What you’ll mostly see are very short clips that end a lot of the episodes – they are not relevant to the episode’s plot in any way, shape, or form, but are comedic gold nonetheless.  These scenes will tell you everything you need to know about the show and how funny it is – if you happen to be one of the few who doesn’t find these clips funny, ignore this entire post and have a shitty weekend because you’re dead to me.  Just kidding, I could never hate my readers.  I hope you enjoy the clips, I know there are a lot, but none of them are very long and they’re all awesome.  Have a good weekend and we’ll see you back here on Monday for our weekly MVM.  

1 comment:

  1. Community is one of the best shows on telly. I just hope the Dan Harmon-less fourth season won't disappoint.