Because it would be absolutely psychotic to watch a show that you do not care about and has run its course?
No because there's always a chance the show will pick up and return to what made it so great, instead of becoming more and more of a wacky caricature of itself.
Devil Dean . Did anyone notice that at the end he screamed "gaaaaay marriage"?
Plus, seeing all the characters act the way as the one telling the story was pretty funny too. Pierce screaming "NO! I'm legit jealous!" got a laugh out of me.
No, when did I say that? Everyone always gets up in arms just because I'm a bit negative of something
Oh, sorry. Looking back, you actually said the show had 'run its course for [you]' - which I guess is not too dissimilar to being dead, IMHO, but I did misquote you there.
I don't think it's that you're negative - plenty of people in this thread, and other TV threads are negative. It's just that you say in the Dexter thread that you're going to stop watching, and how shit it is, over and over. Like, there's nothing good about it anymore at all, not even a little. And you say it frequently; you're one of the more common posters in that thread. We get that you think it's changed for the worse - you don't have to repeat like every two days.
But I respect that you still watch it because it might change back, to what you think made it good in the first place.
Holy shit, I just watched the paintball episode!
because I have too much free time
Also, the 'dead' thing was, I'd argue, inferred from the whole 'run its course'. What else does that mean other than you're going to stop watching it? If its run its course for you, then your relationship (as such) with it is over - as in, you're going to stop watching it.
Anyhow, my point was that people engage in these threads regularly because they enjoy the shows, at least somewhat (even if they find it flawed, and think it's less funny/quality/whatever than it used to be, and have significant criticism). You don't seem to post anything in these threads but criticism (and not just, "I didn't like this"). Which is your right, of course, but that's why people get 'up in arms' about it.
Also, what happened to John Goodman? I want to see more of his character.
The dean of the Air Conditioning school felt that their portion of the school was ignored even though they deserved the money as they had a student success rate impossibly greater than the rest of Greendale combined. The regular dean lost the argument with him about spending, and can no longer complain about them spending the school's funds on anything.
That's pretty much all I got out of it, I figure that the Air Conditioning school is spending a ludicrous amount of money, meaning the campus has barely any funding.
I thought this one was quite a bit better than the last few.
It felt a lot more like a Community episode than the last ones
"The question isn't how old we are, but when old we are."
Why was there an astronaut making paninis in the corner?
I'm glad they managed to tie Goodman and Troy's plumbing sidestory back in again
also has anyone noticed a correlation between the goodness of the episode and the lack of annie/jeff relationship bullshit? seriously I couldn't give less fucks about that plotline
When was Troy's plumbing skills first shown? I can't seem to remember.
The episode where he was freaking out over the mouse I think?
omg britta is swedish
hahaha what the fuck
when does the new episode air?
8/7 central time
i did not expect that.
Fuck the haters, that was a hilarious episode.
Also was it mentioned in an earlier episode that Jeff was going to therapy?
Maybe Britta motivated him into going.
that was a really good episode
Just finished marathoning the whole show up to the last episode. Damn this show is good, I don't know why it doesn't have a bigger audience.