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Economics of Marine Biology 

Dean Pelton and Annie try to land a "whale" student while Jeff is assigned to keep Pierce occupied. Meanwhile, Troy and Shirley take a physical education education course, and Abed creates a fraternity to annoy the dean.

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Dean Pelton and Annie try to land a "whale" student while Jeff is assigned to keep Pierce occupied. Meanwhile, Troy and Shirley take a physical education education course, and Abed creates a fraternity to annoy the dean.

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This is the lowest rated episode of the entire series. See more »

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The first time it's seen that Jeff is getting lathered for his shave, the right side of his face is being covered first. After a scene cut it's shown that the left side of his face is the only one covered in lather. See more »

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Shirley Bennett: Still, no one deserves to be mocked for being mocked locked in a mock locker.
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References The Walking Dead (2010) See more »

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Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson
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Community Economics of Marine Biology
23 March 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Community has been no where near the same since creator Dan Harmon left and just another example of comedy that is OK but no where near the same as before. I will admit that I did like the short scenes of Pierce and Jeff together because it did seem like a callback to sweet moments that can happen which I liked and they did do a good job at making Pierce a character I can watch because usually I hate what they write for him. Then other part of the episode trying to impress the rich guy's son for money was good as well but Troy and Shirley trying Psyhical Education Education (P.E.E.) was the weakest part of the episode. Once again Jeff and Pierce together was nice making the episode better then it could have been.

EPISODE GRADE: B- (MVP: Joel McHale)


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