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Jealousy runs rampant at Greendale as Britta and Professor Slater fight for the affection of Jeff. Meanwhile, Troy is confused when his best friend, Abed, doesn't invite him to move into his dorm room.

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Jealousy runs rampant at Greendale as Britta and Professor Slater fight for the affection of Jeff. Meanwhile, Troy is confused when his best friend, Abed, doesn't invite him to move into his dorm room.

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Starburns yells "Bring Conan back!" during the dance. Dino Stamatopolous, who plays Starburns, was a writer for Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1993). See more »

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Britta Perry: Jeff doesn't need a girl who doesn't wear underwear because Oprah told her it would spice things up. He needs a girl who doesn't wear underwear because she hasn't done laundry in 3 weeks. He's been to flavor-country. They should retire the table we did it on.
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Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson
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A Great First Season Comes to an End!
22 May 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As a big-time Office fan, it's been painful to watch the show decline after the Jim & Pam wedding and baby. The one thing that has helped replace that need for comedy is Community, and I wasn't disappointed with the season finale.

"Modern Warfare" (aka The Paintball Episode) was maybe one of the 10 best sitcom episodes of all time, so it's a high bar to set for the last two episodes.

On its own merit, this was a funny episode with moments that made me laugh out loud (the Dean shortening the name of the Transfer Dance to the Tranny Dance, two Dalmatian furries pulling Chang off of a drunken John Oliver, Troy and Pierce at the end, Troy realizing his friendship with Abed is like a 5-foot wide cookie) and the required love triangle that took an unexpected turn, but not without foundation (see Debate 109 and more hints throughout the season).

I give it a 9 out of 10, but I'd give Modern Warfare a 15 out of 10. This show gives me something to love about NBC Thursdays now that my beloved Dunder Mifflin gang is on the decline. Hopefully Season 2 can improve on what was a remarkable first season compared to other Season 1s of past sitcoms.


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