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When developers beta test a new app with Greendale students, the campus soon descends into a dystopian society where status is determined by their app standing.


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Dan Harmon (created by), Jordan Blum | 8 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joel McHale ... Jeff Winger
Gillian Jacobs ... Britta Perry
Danny Pudi ... Abed Nadir
Yvette Nicole Brown ... Shirley Bennett
Alison Brie ... Annie Edison
Jim Rash ... Dean Pelton
Ken Jeong ... Ben Chang
Jonathan Banks ... Professor Buzz Hickey
Mitchell Hurwitz ... Koogler (as Mitch Hurwitz)
Steve Agee ... David
Brian Posehn ... Bixel
Jen Kirkman ... Female Four
Danielle Kaplowitz ... Vicki
Richard Erdman ... Leonard
Erik Charles Nielsen ... Garrett


When developers beta test a new app with Greendale students, the campus soon descends into a dystopian society where status is determined by their app standing.

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Release Date:

6 March 2014 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The costume that Starburns is wearing in the episode is the same costume that Sean Connery wore in Zardoz (1973). See more »


In the opening scene, what's written on the white board behind Annie and Shirley changes between close and faraway shots. See more »


Shirley Bennett: Hello, Jeffrey. I see you decided to join Meowmeowbeenz.
Jeff Winger: Oh, it's a great tool for living. You look great.
Shirley Bennett: You look great!
Jeff Winger: You know what you're doing.
Shirley Bennett: You know what you're doing. I'm watching you, okay? Mmm.
Annie Edison: Mmm.
[Shirley's gang walk away]
Jeff Winger: Yeah, you'll be watching my hinder, mama, choking on it's billowing plume of highly rated dust.
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References Arrested Development (2003) See more »


Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson
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One of the best of Community
31 May 2014 | by elmer-eskaySee all my reviews

A stark, satirical look at one of the follies of our times.

Not just one of Community's best, but one of the finest episodes of television, ever.

It's on par with the best SNL skit you ever saw, but for 20+ minutes.

The premise is almost believable, especially in the Community universe.

The action never gets too far out of whack, with each new escalation toying with the possible.

The episode, as a whole, builds smoothly and without extraneous throwaway dialog. (Not that I would accuse other Community episodes, particularly, of that problem - this one is just the epitome.)

Every step along the way is entertaining and revelatory.

If anything, the ending is somewhat pedestrian (predictable?), but fulfilling.

In summary, this episode should go down as a classic of television entertainment.

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