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AOL Television's Skype Second Opinion: Community's "Conspiracy Theories and Soft Defenses"

What did you think of last night's episode of Community?

This week marked another go on AOL Television's Skype Second Opinions, where I connected via Skype to ramble on for a few minutes about this week's episode of Community ("Conspiracy Theories and Soft Defenses"), which included a vast array of conspiracy theories, an incredibly sprawling blanket fort (village?), gunfire, confessions of true love, Dean Pelton, lessons, Professor S. Professorson, fake night school courses ("Learning!" "Reading?" "Introduction to Basics"), and more than I could possibly fit into this wee paragraph. (If you couldn't guess, I loved this week's episode.)

You can watch the video in full over here at AOL Television or right below.



In two weeks on Community ("Mixology Certification"), when the study group convenes to celebrate Troy's birthday, they realize he is actually turning 21 and decide to hit the bars; Jeff and Britta ingest a few too many cocktails and get silly; Shirley gets busy pulling down incriminating photos of herself that are posted at the bar; Annie embraces the identify on her fake ID; Abed delves into conversation with a fellow sci-fi nerd; Senor Chang finds the fresh remains of a birthday cake in the study room and vows to find the group.

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ST said…
FYI, the post title references the wrong episode, Jace.

I also thought this was a wonderful episode. The continual buildup with the guns and the Dean's gradual breakdown had me in stitches. I do wonder whether they're going to use Annie's ad-lib as a storyline continuation or as a wrap-up, though. Hopefully that wasn't just to tie up loose ends.

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