Text UPDATED! Two Polls for Communies to vote in:
- Jeff/Annie are now in the top four, facing off against Castiel/Dean from Supernatural. This round, you can vote in a bonus wildcard by tweeting - I know I’ll be voting for Troy/Abed. The deadline is Thursday, Feb. 9 at 11:59 p.m. PST.
- Alison and Donald both made it through to round two! Help Alison Brie beat Rico Rodriguez of Modern Family and help Donald Glover beat Charlie Day of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Vote ends the evening of February 14th.
Text Two Polls for Communies to vote in:
- Jeff/Annie have made it to the Top Eight and are up against Booth/Brennan from Bones. Even if you aren’t a J/A shipper, the better they do, the more exposure Community gets - so VOTE! The deadline is Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 12 p.m. PST.
- Alison Brie is against Zooey Deschanel of New Girl, and Donald Glover is against Aziz Ansari of Parks and Recreation. Now obviously, most Community fans have a place in their heart for Parks and Rec too, but sometimes sacrifices must be made! This is all in the name of exposure/more viewers. Voting ends tonight I believe!
It’s little, and unstable… what can I say my residence room is limiting and so is my roommate :P.
"You can’t just make a blanket fort and not do anything with it!”
Text February is blanket fort month!
“Smart comedy” doesn’t mean that it will make you smarter, but rather that it actually took some intelligence to create. What makes the NBC comedy so great is that week after week it features lines, jokes and situations that not only make the audience howl with laughter, but make your jaw drop in awe at the creativity and wit of the writers (not to mention every episode is densely layered, which makes each one infinitely rewatchable). The only explanation for the lack of viewership is that people aren’t watching television to be entertained anymore; they’re simply watching it as a diversion.