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Conventions of Space and Time 

At the Inspector SpaceTime Convention, Abed finds a new "soulmate," Jeff discovers he looks like one of the show's villains, Shirley and Pierce join a focus group, and Annie pretends to be Jeff's wife.

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At the Inspector SpaceTime Convention, Abed finds a new "soulmate," Jeff discovers he looks like one of the show's villains, Shirley and Pierce join a focus group, and Annie pretends to be Jeff's wife.

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21 February 2013 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Matt Lucas appears in this episode being a fan of the Inspector series. Alternatively, he appears in Doctor Who as Nardole, a companion for the 12 Doctor (Peter Capaldi). See more »

Goofs

As Troy receives the quantum spanner he's holding it where it's lit up then in the next shot he's holding it lower, then back up and vice versa. See more »

Quotes

Britta Perry: Jeff, why are people staring at you?
Jeff Winger: 'Cause they've never seen a man who's had sex before?
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Connections

References Fantastic Voyage (1966) See more »

Soundtracks

Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson
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Different but good
22 February 2013 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

I think it's pretty clear by now that Season 4 has slightly different priorities than the show had before, namely putting more weight on the sentimental parts. That may or may not sit well with you but that's where we are.

That being said, "Conventions of Space and Time" gets it down well. Not spoiling anything, Troy and Abed's relationship is a big focus of the episode and the issues are presented and resolved in a way only those two could while actually managing to be taken seriously. Overall the Episode features plenty of clever references, stays true to the characters and has plenty of heart. It's not a comedic powerhouse like Community at its best but it got several laughs out of me.

All in all, I'd rate it similarly to "Paranormal Parentage" in that it essentially includes many things I'm looking for in Community, it's just not quite up there with the show's highlights.

Oh, and you get to see Gillian Jacobs in her underwear. How's that for motivation?


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