Important intelligence analysis

melannen:

Headcanon: Abed only got his job at SHIELD as a spousal benefit when they recruited Troy for their gadgets division

Evidence, incontrovertible: When everything else in Fury’s car was broken, what was still 100% operational? THE AIR CONDITIONING.

Bunny, related: Abed meets Sam while visiting Troy in the hospital and explains to him, scene by scene, why he is definitely the lead in a romcom, not the sidekick in an action movie.


(Source: aaronmpaul)


scienceandeggs:

considering starting a series called “Community out of context”


hedwwig:

ravonettes:

be my friend! be my love! follow me to get lost!

all the time! if i die, will you cry on my eye, little boy?

hedwwig:

ravonettes:

be my friend! be my love! follow me to get lost!

all the time! if i die, will you cry on my eye, little boy?


favorite character meme - [1/3] emotions: fanboying


(Source: burntlikethesun)


(Source: ndobreve)


(Source: kholendx78)


community101:

Dining Rooms & Teddy Bears - Community 5.10


literaryfirearms:

One of many things Community did right with this episode was Jeff Winger. He is very clearly not the “type” to be playing Dungeons & Dragons. He doesn’t get fantasy tropes, he doesn’t care to remember the name of anything, but he doesn’t dismiss the game because of it. It would be really easy to have him be that character who is Too Cool For This Silly Game, but he isn’t. The way he engages with the game shows it’s not just a ridiculous, melodramatic fantasy narrative - it’s problem-solving. And even in a game he doesn’t understand, he will use the means available him to solve the issue at hand, just like Jeff Winger does every other time he’s trying to solve a problem at Greendale.

And I love that about this episode. It pulls characterization and conflict from an interwoven, dual narrative between the story in the game and at the table, where the characters’ enthusiasm and emotional investment in the game isn’t played off as the joke.

(Source: defiantbritta)