Two month time-jump. Ooh, that’s just sad. Poor Britta needs to get rid of this hangover with organic food. I don’t really like what has happened to the team since they were expelled.
I miss that officer so much! Do not get Abed into therapy. Even if this officer is a fan of Inspector Spacetime and would take a bullet at Comic Con.
This whole set-up has me depressed though. The team just doesn’t seem the same without school to keep them together.
Abed, why did you go to therapy? I mean, I’m all for the PC guy being the therapist, but this is odd all around. The gang all joining Abed on this therapy session is precious and shows how much they all care for each other.
Showing Abed’s ramp-up to his current condition is sad. The freak out over Daylight Saving Time, and then Shirley’s comment about Brent Ratner, and then lastly the narration of Pierce’s life.
I’m pretty sure the whole group is a little big crazy (just like everyone’s a little bit racist), so I don’t see why it’s such a big deal. Right now, this episode feels like another clip show, only I know it’s really not.
Abed should not be committed to any institution. I’m not for this at all. I love Abed because he’s so wrapped up in something else that isn’t his real life. Abed is really unique, and I don’t think that anything about Greendale is that bad.
Those classes, however, are more than a little odd. Baby Talk and Advanced Mouth Breathing. Now Can I Fry That? Wow, that catalog is just so random.
What the hell is a homeless man doing in the study room?
Dean Pelton, that’s so the wrong way to announce a fire on campus. You also shouldn’t scare off a student who dresses the same as Annie. I’m also so scared for that song Dean Pelton sings to the study group. He’s always been a crazy guy, but this just shows how bizarre everyone is on campus. No one’s really normal at all.
It took you that long to figure out that something was wrong guys? Wow! Also, I’m pretty sure Greendale does exist, regardless of what the therapist says. I just don’t buy that they’ve all been in some large scale delusion for three seasons.
So now Greendale wasn’t a Community College, but really an asylum. There’s no shared psychosis or shared relapse. Now this episode feels like Clue, in some small way. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or not. But it is what it is.
It has taken until now for someone to point out that most Community College students leave after two. Well, here in California that doesn’t always happen, so therapist, you can shut it about the end. The therapist isn’t really the Devil, but Greendale might be Hell. Chang’s plan has been exposed, though, and maybe that’s one step closer for us to get rid of Chang’s evil rein.
Someone’s making Chang drinks in Dean Pelton’s office. Oy, this will not end well at all.
Troy and Abed are now sounding like Love Line with this nighttime version of Troy and Abed in the Morning.