A new people-rating app throws Greendale's social order into complete disarray.
Jeff helps Duncan score a date with Britta, 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 the Greendale campus, Abed declares a campus wide game of "The Floor Is Lava" with a coveted $50,000 prize.
After Pierce's funeral, the group is subjected to a lie detector test to determine if any one of them is responsible for Pierce's tragic demise.
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.
Britta plans a rival dance at the same time as Greendale's Sadie Hawkins dance. Meanwhile, Annie and Shirley play matchmaker for Abed.
Greendale recruits a rich community college 'whale,' who has the potential to be enrolled and spending cash on campus for over a decade.
Greendale comes together to unlock the mystery of Chang's amnesia, which Abed films as a documentary.
Jeff finally reunites with his estranged father.
A new history professor craps the whip on the gang's antics. Meanwhile, the Germans have invaded their beloved study room. Malcolm McDowell guest stars!
Britta and Slater pull out all claws to win Jeff's heart.
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Pierce exposes Jeff's true intentions for attending the Never Silent protest.
Annie confronts Abed about ruining their psychology experiment.
Jeff and Troy struggle leaving Abed a voicemail.
Moderator John Young asks series creator/executive producer Dan Harmon for details about future episodes. Executive producer Joe Russo and cast members Joel McHale (Jeff Winger) and Donald Glover (Troy Barnes) talk about the "action movie" episode.
The Return of Duncan.
If you woke up as a donut, would you eat yourself?
Abed and Troy show their skills in a single, then double escalator trick followed by an elevator move!
After an emotional speech, Jeff pronounces the study group a "community."
Heading into its fifth season, "Community" is a smart, exuberant comedy that is consistently ranked as one of the most inventive and original half-hours on television. This ensemble comedy centers on a tight-knit group of friends who all met at what is possibly the world's worst educational institution - Greendale Community College. At the center of the group is Jeff Winger (Joel McHale, "The Soup"), a fast-talking lawyer who was caught with a phony college degree. Disbarred until he could earn a legitimate degree, Winger chose Greendale, thinking he could breeze through the mediocre school without a hitch. However, he soon found himself the reluctant leader of a disparate group of misfits, all stuck at Greendale for different reasons.
The study group includes Britta Perry (Gillian Jacobs), who dropped out of high school to "change the world" and soon found herself in her thirties with no marketable skills Shirley Bennett (Yvette Nicole Brown), a religious housewife who landed at Greendale after a messy divorce and is now blossoming into a headstrong entrepreneur Abed Nadir (Danny Pudi), a socially awkward but well-meaning pop culture savant Annie Edison (Alison Brie), a high-strung perfectionist Troy Barnes (Donald Glover), a former high school football star still trying to find his way and Ben Chang (Ken Jeong ), a former Spanish teacher who is either insane or an evil genius, or both.
At Greendale's helm is Dean Pelton (Jim Rash), an administrator whose ineptitude is matched only by his love of the school and his devotion to his students.
Dan Harmon created "Community" and serves as executive producer. Russ Krasnoff ("The Soloist") also serves as executive producer, along with Gary Foster ("Sleepless in Seattle"), Chris McKenna ("The Mindy Project") and Patrick Kienlen. Tristram Shapeero ("Nurse Jackie") is executive producer/director.
The series is a Krasnoff-Foster Entertainment and Harmonious Claptrap production, in association with Universal Television and Sony Pictures Television.
Chang talks about the premise for a season 5.
Gillian Jacobs talks about all the things she loves about this episode.
Abed shows Annie and Shirley what a real bad a** would do.
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