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A suspended lawyer is forced to enroll in a community college with an eclectic staff and student body.

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Top Rated TV #188 | Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 16 wins & 66 nominations. See more awards »

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 Jeff Winger / ... (110 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Britta Perry / ... (110 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Abed Nadir / ... (110 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Annie Edison / ... (110 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Ben Chang / ... (109 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Shirley Bennett / ... (99 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Dean Pelton / ... (96 episodes, 2009-2015)
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 Troy Barnes (89 episodes, 2009-2014)
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 Pierce Hawthorne (85 episodes, 2009-2014)
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 Leonard (53 episodes, 2009-2015)
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A former lawyer attends a community college when it is discovered he faked his bachelor degree. In an attempt to get with a student in his Spanish class he forms a Spanish study group. To his surprise more people attend the study group and the group of misfits form an unlikely community.

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Mastering the B.S. degree at community college. See more »

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Each episode ends with a credit as "A Dan Harmon/Russo Brothers _________". The last word(s) include "Fiasco", "Parade of Tears", "Diorama", "Bridal Shower", and "Tantrum". See more »

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In the first season Troy says he injured his shoulder in a keg flip. But it is changed in a later season to his knee. See more »

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[repeated line]
Shirley Bennett: Ooh, that's nice.
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Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson
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Finally!
1 November 2009 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

Finally, after a long dry-spell, I have found a live-action TV show that actually makes me laugh again.

Watching this show made me burst out laughing so many times. The script is wonderfully written and the actors have excellent comedic timing to match it. Sure, there are a few less-than-funny parts about it, but then again, it's not sketch comedy, so it can't be funny all the time.

McHale leads nicely, but both he and Gillian Jacobs do a weird 180 degree turn in character after a couple of episodes. It was supposed to be a step meant to make them seem more human and vulnerable, rather than absurd, comedic characters, but ends up making you a bit uneasy. A special kudos goes to Ken Jeong, for portraying one of the funnier characters portrayed on screen as of late.


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