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Accounting for Lawyers 

Jeff blows off the study group and their break-dancing competition to hang out with his old co-workers at the law firm, but Annie tries to prove that one of them is the person who turned him in and got him fired.

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Jeff blows off the study group and their break-dancing competition to hang out with his old co-workers at the law firm, but Annie tries to prove that one of them is the person who turned him in and got him fired.

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Trivia

Guest star Rob Corddry is the fraternity brother of Joel McHale; they both are brothers of Theta Chi, although Joel was only a member for three months at University of Washington. Corddry is an alumnus of Theta Chapter at UMass. See more »

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When Jeff is exiting the library after being told his friend got him disbarred, and Chang is entering, the wall clock reads 9:30. After a cut to Troy the wall clock then reads 12:15. See more »

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Shirley Bennett: Jeffrey, did you punch Alan in his rotten face and storm out?
Jeff Winger: Hell, no. That guy is useful to me. Thanks to you, I've got leverage over a spineless jag that just made partner. That is the place I want to work. But I prefer to hang out with cool people. People so cool, they care.
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References Tango & Cash (1989) See more »

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At Least It Was Here (Community Main Title)
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Performed by The 88
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Absolutely loved it...
25 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

A really good show and a really good episode. It had drama, fun and of course, the worst idea ever by Abed. Of course, it started slow and after the opening credits, it picked up with Chang's dance. There were a few laughs in between too but, to me, the best part was when Abed and Troy try to steal the letter that sacked Jeff. The janitor comes and Troy says, "I can explain...let me explain..(eyes become big). Then comes Annie, and chloroforms the janitor and all three panic. But, the genius that Abed is comes with a brilliant idea which may sound weird. They fake that they were chloroformed too and wake up at the same time as the janitor. The janitor suspects about Annie when they try to explain him what happened and the Annie chloroforms him again. That scene is great. All, in all, a very good episode.


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