Q:Do you think there will ever be a Darkest Timeline Inspector Spacetime cosplay?
I’m sure. I think, in the Darkest Timeline, the British Inspector Spacetime was cancelled and replaced with the American remake we saw a glimpse of.
"An asteroid hit the Earth and that’s canon, no question about it. But what you didn’t know is that the Study Group survived the blast by hiding in The Eleven Herbs & Space Experience van (convenient, but good convenient, like ‘Indiana Jones’ fridge in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull’ convenient) and then remade themselves in the post apocalyptic wasteland, turning Greendale into a safe haven where everyone dresses like the extras in Mad Max. Still a comedy at its core but darker and edgier, kinda like a gritty Nolan version of the original. It may be reminiscent of The Day After Tomorrow, but it’s actually more like Zombieland without the zombies or Bill Murray, who couldn’t be reached to play a part in this production.” - Excerpt from the journal of Abed Nadir, Co Founder of the Independent Greendale Republic, to be added to the audio commentary of the movie he is planning on shooting once Hollywood is rebuilt.
I was looking at the Reading Rainbow kickstarter rewards, and came across the $110 level:
This one is aimed directly at Troy Barnes, right?
As the dust settles around the devastating news that Community has been canceled, we’ve had some time to reflect on all of the special moments we’ve shared with our favorite study group. And while we will miss them ‘round the study table, we’ve achieved an inner calmness about the future of each character, and will rest comfortably in the fact that someone has to get a spin-off … right? You can’t kill a Chang, after all!
But really, I’m so glad Dan Harmon is back.
Here’s the key reason why this episode worked so well, and why it proves that Harmon truly is the heart and soul of Community: Underneath all the inside jokes and all the madcap weirdness, Community is about a group of people who are not ready to function outside their little world. Community college is supposed to be a stepping stone to the next thing in your life—another school, another job. But while the study group is pretty terrible at making plans for the future, they are thriving in the present. For each and every one of them, being at Greendale is the thing that they are best at. This episode reminded us of that and reminded us what the show is about, like any good repilot should.
Seriously, Morgan and I literally cheered last night at how much better Community was.