“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 around a tight-knit group of friends who all met at what is possibly the world’s worst educational institution – Greendale Community College.
Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) hires an administrative consultant Francesca "Frankie" Dart (Guest Star Paget Brewster) to put things in order at Greendale, pitting Abed (Danny Pudi) against Jeff (Joel McHale), Britta (Gillian Jacobs), and Annie (Alison Brie). Ken Jeong also stars.
As Jeff and Frankie (Guest Star Paget Brewster) look to extract Dean Pelton from his expensive virtual reality world with the help of inventor Elroy Patashnik (Guest Star Keith David), Britta uncovers an uncomfortable truth about her parents George (Guest Star Martin Mull) and Deb (Guest Star Leslie Ann Warren) and her friends' generosity.
Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) is asked to stretch the truth to be appointed the community college board's first gay director. Chang's (Ken Jeong) audition for a stage adaption of The Karate Kid produces surprising results.
Jeff (Joel McHale) squares off against a charming prison inmate who's attending Greendale via telerobot. Britta (Gillian Jacobs) enlists Abed (Danny Pudi) to get around Annie's (Alison Brie) rules against parties in their apartment.
When an attack ad from a rival college surfaces claiming Greendale allowed a dog to graduate, the Greendale gang is divided on how to stop it; Annie (Allison Brie) seeks to find the truth behind the claim, while Jeff (Joel McHale) solicits help to attack the credibility.
When a comedian known for his racist act is set to perform at Greendale, a malicious hacker begins releasing the personal information of all Greendale's faculty and students in retaliation. While the study group fights for the performance to go on, they can't help being curious about the information that has leaked about each other.
While preparing for the annual alumni dance, Frankie warns everyone about a rise in guerilla marketing campaigns at college campuses nationwide. However, when she hears Dean Pelton extolling the virtues of the new Honda Fit, she worries that it may be too late for Greendale. As the Dean leaves to go car shopping, Britta's ex-boyfriend Rick, a former Subway Sandwich executive who now works for...
After a commercial where he stars as the Kolb Family Farms "Ham Girl Guy" makes him an Internet sensation, Chang leaves Greendale to pursue fame in Hollywood. As word gets around that he's being considered for Steven Spielberg's next movie, everyone is certain he’s never coming back. Though Frankie says Chang’s absence will save the school money and everyone else starts moving on, Abed regrets...
When a clever con man uses his class to cheat the study group, they enlist Jeff (Joel McHale) to get revenge.
Abed (Danny Pudi) turns a road trip to unload one of Greendale's useless artifacts into a flashback-filled feature film.
Jeff (Joel McHale) is drawn into a secret game of paintball happening on campus and Frankie (Guest Star Paget Brewster) threatens to expel anyone who plays.
A surprise marriage proposal in Jeff’s (Joel McHale) law class reveals an unexpected connection between the bride and groom.
As their sixth year at Greendale draws to a close, Abed (Danny Pudi) asks everyone to imagine pitching a TV show about what they would do in season seven.