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When Annie and Shirley learn that Leonard is actually holding the spot as the class valedictorian, they join forces to bring him down. Meanwhile, Troy and Abed reminisce about one of their ... See full summary »

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When Annie and Shirley learn that Leonard is actually holding the spot as the class valedictorian, they join forces to bring him down. Meanwhile, Troy and Abed reminisce about one of their favorite body switching films, "Freaky Friday," and when they inadvertently re-enact a critical scene, things start becoming a little funky at Greendale. Written by Anonymous

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Danny Pudi and Donald Glover recorded all of each others' dialogue so that the other could listen to it prior to filming to get the tone and mannerisms exact. See more »

Quotes

Troy BarnesAbed Nadir: I wish I had my own body back.
[they hold onto the Freaky Friday DVD and go around in circles]
Jeff Winger: [switching the light on and off] Sorry. Routine light-switch check.
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References Vice Versa (1988) See more »

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Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson
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A oasis in a stale season of trying to utilize gimmicks.
1 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

In the season three DVD-commentaries the cast mentioned Jim Rash his Oscar somewhat cynical in the spirit of promoting the show but in this episode he shows his chops and succeeds effortlessly in creating the series's best-episode-ever and without Dan Harmon. This lack of Harmon, I should mention, is noteworthy not because this truly regards the best-episode-ever but because Jim Rash himself acts like a mean lean deaning machine, grabs his lightsaber, slices open the dead tauntaun and survives the night at Hoth. This show of force is bad-ass and the whole cast is clearly on board which is masterfully emphasized by the directing of miss McCarty.

definitely a buy


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