In the epic Season 5 finale, the Save Greendale gang attempts to live up to its name with an epic campus treasure hunt.
In part one of an epic two-part season finale, a state advisory board threatens to shut down Greendale once and for all.
The Greendale gang gets animated in a special G.I. Joe-inspired episode of Community.
The gang engages in a game of D&D to reunite Professor Hickey with his estranged son.
Abed and Annie feud over their roommate situation while Hickey and Shirley attempt to unload a collection of hot text books.
A hot new people-rating app throws Greendale's social hierarchy into complete disarray.
Jeff helps Duncan score a date with Britta while Abed and Hickey have a strange evening of bonding and Chang has a ghostly encounter.
Annie falls victim to the pitfalls of scholastic bureaucracy while attempting to clean up Greendale.
To celebrate Troy's last day on campus, Abed declares a campus-wide game of 'The Floor is Lava' with a coveted $50,000 prize.
Following the tragic death of Pierce, the gang is subjected to a group lie detector test to determine if any of them are to blame.
The Greendale Gang returns to their alma mater to help save the school...by suing it.
Jeff contemplates graduation from Greendale, while the study group grapples with the return of the darkest timeline.
Annie and Shirley plot to win the spot as class valedictorian, while Troy and Abed accidentally switch bodies.
Jeff's holiday party goes south when Annie secretly invites Professor Cornwallis. Malcolm McDowell guest stars!
The gang gives puppet therapy a try after they accidentally reveal their darkest secrets.
Cast member Jim Rash (Dean Pelton) talks about his surreal experience winning an Oscar for co-writing "The Descendants." Yvette Nicole Brown (Shirley Bennett) praises his humble attitude during the nomination process.
The Dean throws a crazy party to recruit Archie. But things take a dark turn when Magnitude's catchphrase is compromised.
Britta and Slater pull out all claws to win Jeff's heart.
It's okay, Troy, we didn't get "Inception" either.
Gillian Jacobs and Alison Brie reveal behind-the-scenes inside jokes and something Joel McHale calls "nerdjaculation.
The coat check girl seems to be right on target with Abed's pop culture references.
Britta does a psych evaluation on her pals.
Abed meets Toby, another "Inspector Spacetime" super-fan. Will Troy get left in the dust?
The Community star weighs in on Comic-Con!
Cast member Yvette Nicole Brown (Shirley Bennett) talks about the surprising meaning behind the "Miss Piggy Voice." The cast discusses the various pairings (romantic and platonic) that have occurred during the course of the show.
As part of his dying wish, Pierce outs Abed for implanting tracking devices on all of his friends.
The cast talks about the inspiration behind "Geothermal Escapism."
While attempting to order new staples, Professor Duncan accidentally calls in an air strike on Greendale.
Dan Harmon talks about the making of "G.I. Jeff."
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