Community: Season 2, Episode 9

Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design (18 Nov. 2010)

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Dean Pelton tries to bust Jeff for a phony night school credit, which only unveils a series of conspiracies, plots, and double-crosses between Jeff, Annie, and the dean.



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When Dean Pelton begins checking class schedules, he discovers that Jeff has listed a class that doesn't exist. Just when it appears Jeff will be caught in a lie, the mysterious "Professor Professorson" emerges from the shadows to confirm that Jeff has been taking his class, "Conspiracy Theories in U.S. History," at night school. When Jeff later admits to Annie that he's never seen Professor Professorson in his life, the two decide to find out who the professor really is. Meanwhile, Abed and Troy are busy building the most elaborate blanket fort that Greendale Community College has ever seen. Written by NBC Publicity

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When the group chases Garrity through the blanket fort, they get held up by a Latvian Independence Day parade. The original air date was November 18, 2010 which actually was Latvian Independence Day. See more »


When reading over the list of night classes, Annie says that Professor Huyck teaches "History of Something", but when you look at the list, Huyck actually teaches "Learning!" while Bradford teaches "History of Something". See more »


Britta Perry: The perfect Jeff Winger blow-off class: a class that doesn't exist.
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References The Mentalist (2008) See more »


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Really incredible!
7 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is pretty much Community at it's finest.

The episode is making a parody of conspiracy theories, but it is completely unpredictable. That is what I love about Community, that it always finds new ways to surprise me. The climax is especially incredible- funny and creative. This is the first episode that I have seen (not seen all of the first season or 2nd season) where some characters of the study group are barely shown at all- Pierce and Shirley. That is not a complaint, since the episode is still pretty great, but one can definitely tell. Still, probably one of the show's best.

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