Top five episode of the series so far, right here. If I tried to list all the jokes that worked, it'd be as long as the episode itself.
How much do I want to attend Greendale when we now know you can take classes there taught by Tony "I made that Patrick Swayze sign before he died, so it's not in bad taste" Hale and Lee "I see seamen inside you" Majors?
We got the terms "Ghosting" and "Goldbluming" coined, and the return of Abed's voice over.
Annie's phallic pottery - the most obvious visual joke they could make. And THANK YOU for it, Dan Harmon!
I loved how Pierce's life was summed up: "Good luck." "Don't need it. Never had it!"
I wonder how the cool group feels about Star Burns spending so much time on a boat with Pierce, Britta, Troy, and Shirley?
I don't think there is a show on right now that is comparable to Community. And that is tough for me to say as I am a huge fan of The Office, How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory. Every character is so awesomely good on this show without being overexposed. And come on - LEE MAJORS!!!! How cool was that!!!
I thought David Duchovny's impression of Goldblum on SNL Celebrity Jeopardy would never be matched, but there you have it.
"In Italy for 30 years under the Borgias they had warfare, terror, murder, and bloodshed, but they produced Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and the Renaissance. In Switzerland they had brotherly love. They had 500 years of democracy and peace, and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock." -- Orson Welles, The Third Man
I loved how Jeff's flashbacks of him as a child had him with gelled-up hair and fashionable modern clothing, instead of common children's clothes like you'd expect a child to wear. He just needed aviator shades to complete the look.
Tony Hale from one of my all time favorite sitcoms, appearing in my new favorite sitcom. I couldn't of booked something that awesome my self. Make that man a recurring character! More Starburns too, that guy is intriguing. He probably has to wake up two hours earlier just for manscaping.
Nice creepy inner motivation moment at the end of the episode.
This was one of my favorite things that ever happened. Guttenberg had such a fresh and refreshing take on Guttenberg. The second runthrough of Roman's script where Henry acts real good was amazing. What do you know about life?