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Community - Season 3 [DVD]
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Everyone’s favourite, most incorrigible study group of misfits returns for a hilariously ingenious new year at Greendale Community College. From homicidal Halloween pizza parties, holiday Glee Club smackdowns, foosball showdowns, epic pillow fight wars and an underage campus security force to a shocking remarriage, a riotous funeral service, submarine sandwich throwdowns, a new Vice Dean (Emmy® winner John Goodman) with a strange air-conditioning fixation and a crime show homage for the ages--the Third Season of television’s boldest, brashest comedy is the most brilliant yet. Get ready to cram it all in.
Starring Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie, Donald Glover, Jim Rash, with Ken Jeong and Emmy winner Chevy Chase.
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22 episodes (one or two perhaps rather hit-and-miss). Many, many laughs. Forever self-mocking, the series takes swipes at films, television series and anything else that comes to mind. In its sights are scary movies, detective series, science fiction (Abed travelling the universe in a telephone kiosk), war documentaries (exhaustive coverage of arguably the longest pillow fight in history - complete with maps, interviews and Britta's grotty photographs). Memorably "Glee" is burlesqued, the Regionals forever mentioned - Pierce with no idea what they are on about. (Savour Troy and Abed's musical montage - they forever a great double act, their timing superb.)
Generous bonuses. Commentaries on each episode, outtakes on all three discs, background features, deleted scenes. (Worth seeking out amongst them is Annie's rapping, she twice surprising colleagues with her talent.)
With such inventive scripts and the entire cast clearly enjoying themselves, seek no rhyme or reason. Simply sit back and join in the fun.
It has also become self referential, even getting the characters to reference the six seasons and a movie call of their fans. Somehow it all works because its Community and is wacky, fun and also just a tiny bit meaningful. Jeff Winger is now not the focus, happily. Abed seems to be quite central and his childlike fantasies are given an almost Star Trek holoroom treatment. Troy has an ongoing storyline and Shirley and Pearce have a journey of their own. The story arc at the end of the season brings a lot of laughs, some parodies (oceans 11 and more) as well as some story development. This really moves the whole series away from the college and further into the 'Greendale Seven's' lives.
Its an intelligent, warm and wacky season which if you have watched up until now you will enjoy. It makes you believe that american sit-coms can be funny again.
If you're already watching it, you know what to expect. Season 3 delivers, and delivers well.
Particular highlights are the guest appearances from John Goodman, Troy's destiny, Annie moving in with Troy and Abed, Bat-Abed, Jeff and Dean's duet, the rise and fall of the Chang Dynasty, a whole episode played out as an 8-bit computer game, and my favourite episode so far - creating multiple timelines from the roll of a dice, leading to the birth of Evil Abed.
Cool. Cool cool cool.
If you've seen Season's 1 and 2, then this is a necessity. If you're dipping your toe, then you could do a great deal worse.
yes i said ever because it is what other show could live out my dream of being in an 8-bit game for an entire episode and not seem stupid but actually smart and be very funny as well. the only episode i found to be boring was the halloween episode it just wasnt that funny to me(except abed's fantastic story)other then that we have the dice episode,pillow and blanket double episode,law and order parody and basically every episode. now i've mostly talked about abed in this review mostly because as i said before he is the main character this season however im very glad that pierce was not show to be the villain this season because while he played the bad guy great last season it would get old very quickly we also have the yearly episode where troy shows feelings towards britta only this time theres no long waiting period for troy to make a 4th attempt at her they go on a date towards the end of the season and they officially become a couple in season 4 which helps bring the characters forward.
annie also has a development as she moves out of her ghetto apartment and into troy and abed's place allowing for some very funny plots that are surprisingly not overused she also explains her true feelings towards her attraction to jeff.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The DVD follow on from previous season is just as entertaining which is good as sometime follows on lose the theme of the original season.Published 3 months ago by Bridget
Community is one of the best ensemble sitcoms to exist. It combines all aspects of reality and fantasy perfectly, and you never know when a story will be normal, or ridiculous.Published 8 months ago by Samuel Williams
Just as good as the first 2 seasons. However, I did feel it started off a little slow but towards the end it has many fantastic episodes and a really good storyline (which I won't... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Lewis