The United Forts of Pillowtown, headed by Abed, is at war with the Legit Republic of Blanketsburg, ruled by Troy. Annie sets up a hospital zone to treat casualties on both sides. Britta takes a stab at war-photography. Jeff tries to reunite two former friends turned mortal enemies using sarcasm. Written by
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The structure, style, and music used in this episode are parodies of the documentary films of Ken Burns, especially his 1990 five-night epic account of the Civil War. This reference is extended all the way to the PBS-style pledge drive plea for donations after the end credits. See more
Chang has recruited a team of pre-teen security interns while moonlighting at a local bar mitzvah. They were later nicknamed the Changlourious Basterds. Like Inglourious Basterds but with "Chang" instead of "in". I don't get it either.
One of the soldiers said they were making trophies out of mattress tags. This was as ugly as things could get... while still being a pillow fight.
References Inglourious Basterds
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