What I'd love to see is the episode from the perspective of everyone outside of the delusion. Basically, a live action version taking place in the study room. It would make a great DVD extra, but I doubt they'd commit to doing it.
Seconding "I loved it hard." What a wonderful show. Troy and Abed in stop-moooooootion!
I changed my Facebook status to "Music and cookies and liquor and trees, that's what Christmas is for. Aaaaaand, Christmas Pterodactyl!" and a bunch of people "liked" it but almost none of those chumps will actually watch Community no matter how hard I shill it. Sadness.
I think I've mentioned this before, but I actually teach at a tiny college with two 4-year degree programs, so all of Community's institutional humor really hits home for me. My favorite part of the episode was Duncan saying, "I've been a teacher here for many years, and I think I see a solution to this problem, which coincidentally may help you as well."
I thougt this was a stellar show - both in humor and emotion. I loved Professor Duncan yellong at Abed fromt eh train "At least takes notes!" I also like the nice touch when Shirley grabbed the minora (sp).
I don;t think I have liked a show this much as far as I can remember. And I KNOW I have not liked Chevy Chase this much in a long, long, long time.
Lee reminds me of Festus...instead of a bell ringing, he "sort of" comes to life when the music hits. As soon as it's over he stands, arms at his sides, listening to the judges with his vacant, creepy, stare.