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Chevy Chase left "Community" in November of last year before production for the fourth season was completed; his openly troubled relationship with the NBC comedy apparently extended beyond his public rows with ousted creator Dan Harmon. Chase had been very vocal about not liking (or perhaps simply not getting) the show, hinting at plans to leave and telling the Huffington Post a few months before his departure that he felt sitcoms were "probably the lowest form of television," and that "it's not like I am working with the great innovators of all time." Read More: Six Highlights From Dan Harmon's Reddit 'Ask Me Anything' Session: 'My job was to care about my show.' "Community" returns to air this Thursday, February 7th at 8pm with David Guarascio and Moses Port serving as the new showrunner, and will feature Chase's Pierce Hawthorne for what's reportedly the majority of its 13-episode. »

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