Just when I thought I couldn’t love this show anymore, last night’s show had an ode to my all-time favorite movie, “Dead Poets Society.”
So now it is now official: I will cry if they cancel “Community.”
If you haven’t seen “Community,” it stars Joel McHale, most famous as the host of E’s “The Soup,” he also snagged a role as an FBI agent in the new Matt Damon flick, “The Informant!”
From the people who brought you “Arrested Development,” this sitcom is set at a community college, where students of all ages are enrolled for a variety of reasons. McHale plays Jeff Winger, an attorney whose degree has been revoked. The show also stars Chevy Chase, as “Chuck,” a millionaire and a tactless chauvinist.
The show is witty without being pretentious. If you were a fan of “Arrested Development” – and I was – you will probably like “Community.” So far, this season of “The Office” has been a let down, but “Community” is making up for it.