Holy shit. One of my favorite minds is bringing to life one of my favorite books by one of my favorite authors. What a deliciously unexpected, mildly arousing, certainly promising development.
Man. I am sitting on one, one fucking episode of Rick and Morty because I don’t want to be caught-up with the series. Have no more to watch. That sort of shit. And, if Dan Harmon’s recent musings are any indication, I may be sitting on that last episode for a fucking while.
Well, this is an unexpected development. But, I dig it.
Dan Harmon. Let Community, your beautiful, overdrawn TV show rest easy now. Please.
Dan Harmon! Hero. Writing for the Mystery Science Theater 3000 reboot. And while I don’t usually get into MST3K (nothing against it), this name may rope me in.
I can’t be too sad about Community ending after six seasons. After all I, you know, never even watched the sixth one. But here’s hoping we get a movie? Please?
I didn’t watch Community in its current, sixth-season iteration. The cast turnover, the new place of residence, all of it was off-putting to me. Did you? Should I? So I’m not really qualified to judge whether or not this is good news. All I know is that with ever subsequent season that has ended, I’ve felt more and more like the actual show has been left behind.
Community! It fucking lives! Community! Premiering March 17! On Yahoo. How am I watching it on Yahoo? Is there a fucking app? Or something? Eh?
No Nicole Brown. No Glover. No Chase. No problem? (What a fucking dumb lead-in.) With or without those talented folk, the sixth season of Community is a-coming. And we now have a (tentative) return date, thanks to the show’s creator.