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Intro to Political Science 

Anticipating a visit from the vice president, dean Pelton holds an election for student body president. An idealistic Annie decides to run, but Jeff decides to run against her to spite her and show how stupid politics can be.

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As the school prepares for the Vice President's visit, Dean Pelton organizes the first student elections. Annie, who is determined to win, is pitted in a tough battle against Jeff, Leonard and Star Burns. Meanwhile, Abed has noticed the secret service agents casing the school and develops a clandestine friendship with special agent Robin Vohlers. Written by NBC Publicity

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24 February 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

WILHELM SCREAM: Heard as Abed watches "Kickpuncher" See more »

Goofs

During Jeff's bio screen, it has the category "KYPTONITE" when it should be spelled 'Kryptonite'. See more »

Quotes

Troy Barnes: Hey, guys! The final debate!
Jeff Winger: Yeah, about that. I'm out.
Annie Edison: Me too. I decided that someone who would do that to a friend doesn't deserve to be president.
Troy Barnes: Uh, yeah. I know that. You're missing the final debate! It's the biggest political showdown of all time!
[We see the final debate]
Magnitude: Pop pop!
[Leonard blows a raspberry]
Magnitude: Pop pop!
[Leonard blows a raspberry]
Magnitude: Pop pop!
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Connections

References The Last Airbender (2010) See more »

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Faith
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Written by George Michael
Performed by Joel McHale
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