The entire group becomes part of the cast of a classic "G.I. Joe" cartoon from the 1980s, which turns out to be part of Jeff's coping mechanism as he deals with a monumental life event.
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The respective G.I. Joe identities of Jeff (Wingman), Annie (Tight Ship), Abed (Fourth Wall), Shirley (Three Kids), Duncan (Xim-Xam & Mix-Max), Professor Hickey (Major Dick), and Chang (Overkill) are based on the "G.I. Joe" characters Duke, Shipwreck, Spirit, Stalker, Tomax & Xamot, Major Bludd, Cobra Commander, and Quick-Kick. See more
Two versions of the character "Roadblock" appear in the background of the courtroom scene, although this may be a reference to the poor production values of the original G.I. Joe series. See more
Before you fight me, G.I. Joe, you should be warned: I, Xim-Xam, have a twin brother named Mix-Max that feels all my pain!
And how is that supposed to affect us?
[Wingman shoots Xim-Xam. At that moment, Mix-Max is working in a restaurant
[to a couple
Today's soup is a carrot puree with a...
[falls to the ground and grabs his leg in agony
OW, DAMMIT! Sorry, my twin brother is... it's pointless to explain.
The end-credits Public Service Announcement by Buzzkill and Fourth Wall is a reference to G.I. Joe
(1985) making several such announcements frequently. See more
References The Matrix Revolutions
Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson See more