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November 13, 2013
Guess Who’s Headed To Greendale: Now that Breaking Bad is over, actor Jonathan Banks will be stepping into a recurring role on Community, where he will play Professor Buzz Hickey. We don’t know how many episodes he’ll appear in yet, but this might be the greatest cameo since Michael K. Williams. Anybody else really hoping that Dan Harmon can turn the show back around this season?

Guess Who’s Headed To Greendale: Now that Breaking Bad is over, actor Jonathan Banks will be stepping into a recurring role on Community, where he will play Professor Buzz Hickey. We don’t know how many episodes he’ll appear in yet, but this might be the greatest cameo since Michael K. Williams. Anybody else really hoping that Dan Harmon can turn the show back around this season?

14:12 // 11 months ago
July 17, 2013
17:11 // 1 year ago
October 9, 2012
Bad News Community Fans: NBC has decided to pull the plug on the October 19 debut of the fourth season of Community (Whitney too) and has not scheduled a new premiere date at this time. “Given the success we’ve had for the past four weeks – including winning the first week of the season in A18-49 – we’ve decided to continue to concentrate our promotional strength on our new NBC shows that are scheduled Monday through Wednesday,” explained NBC in a statement, adding, “Without having to launch these comedies on Friday at this time, we can keep our promotion focused on earlier in the week.” (Photo via Gawker) source

Bad News Community Fans: NBC has decided to pull the plug on the October 19 debut of the fourth season of Community (Whitney too) and has not scheduled a new premiere date at this time. “Given the success we’ve had for the past four weeks – including winning the first week of the season in A18-49 – we’ve decided to continue to concentrate our promotional strength on our new NBC shows that are scheduled Monday through Wednesday,” explained NBC in a statement, adding, “Without having to launch these comedies on Friday at this time, we can keep our promotion focused on earlier in the week.” (Photo via Gawker) source

17:21 // 2 years ago
June 6, 2012
8-bit “Community” game might become a reality after all
Reddit user Britta-Bot has set to work recreating “Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne”, the 8-bit title featured on NBC sitcom Community’s season finale. While the title is in it’s early stages, featuring little more than a handful of maps and characters seen on the show, Britta-Bot plans to introduce health and inventory systems, new maps, and more in future releases. Community fans, this is definitely something worth checking in on from time to time. (thanks to LaughterKey for the tip) source
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Reddit user Britta-Bot has set to work recreating “Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne”, the 8-bit title featured on NBC sitcom Community’s season finale. While the title is in it’s early stages, featuring little more than a handful of maps and characters seen on the show, Britta-Bot plans to introduce health and inventory systems, new maps, and more in future releases. Community fans, this is definitely something worth checking in on from time to time. (thanks to LaughterKey for the tip) source

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14:52 // 2 years ago
May 13, 2012
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May 10, 2012
20:12 // 2 years ago
April 5, 2012

Childish Gambino: Eat Your Vegetables

(from Eat Your Vegetables)

Childish Gambino, aka Donald Glover, is known in the rap world for his smart lyrics that hide obscure pop culture references. In “Eat Your Vegetables,” a just-released track, he isn’t so subtle. The first verse ends with “Man I die for my hood, Trayvon.” Rap songs are time capsules, and with a verse like that, “Vegetables” is no exception. But that doesn’t mean Gambino’s afraid of throwing a joke into the tune. Example:

(Like when someone is like, ‘what happened to Chris?’ And you turn around and there’s a fat guy that kind of looks like Chris And you like, “oh shit” and laughing and shit)”

No word yet if there’s a new album on the way; “Camp” only dropped in November. — Sami @ SFB

23:29 // 2 years ago
December 2, 2011
Pitchfork tears apart Childish Gambino: A few weeks ago, we noted how weird it was that Pitchfork basically ignored Donald Glover’s turn as Childish Gambino — to the point where if you only read Pitchfork, you’d be blissfully unaware that the “Community” star was a rapper. We suggested that what was likely to happen was that they would bury the review a few weeks later and rip the album apart. Hence, this review. 1.6. Accusations of “hashtag rap.” Suggestions that he’s only inspired by Kanye. Sounds about right. The words would’ve sounded braver if they had reviewed it the day after it came out, like they did with Lulu.

Pitchfork tears apart Childish Gambino: A few weeks ago, we noted how weird it was that Pitchfork basically ignored Donald Glover’s turn as Childish Gambino — to the point where if you only read Pitchfork, you’d be blissfully unaware that the “Community” star was a rapper. We suggested that what was likely to happen was that they would bury the review a few weeks later and rip the album apart. Hence, this review. 1.6. Accusations of “hashtag rap.” Suggestions that he’s only inspired by Kanye. Sounds about right. The words would’ve sounded braver if they had reviewed it the day after it came out, like they did with Lulu.

10:24 // 2 years ago
January 19, 2011
12:14 // 3 years ago