Community 5 Seasons 2014

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Season 5
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1. Repilot TV-NR CC

The study group is reunited when Jeff (Joel McHale) signs on to help his longtime legal nemesis (guest star Rob Corddry) sue Greendale Community College.

Starring:
Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
January 2, 2014

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Season 5

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Genres Comedy
Director Tristram Shapeero
Starring Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs
Supporting actors Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie, Donald Glover, Jim Rash, Ken Jeong, Rob Corddry, Richard Erdman, Chevy Chase, Leslie Simms, Al Pugliese, Vinoj Zacharia, Kay Lopez Koralisse
Season year 2014
Network NBC
Producers Andres Anglade, Andy Bobrow, Dan Harmon, Chris McKenna, Tristram Shapeero, Timothy Silver, Erik Sommers, Dino Stamatopoulos
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Graham Swearingen TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 7, 2014
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Dan Harmon, creator and showrunner is back. And so is Community. People complained about season 4 not being as good as previous seasons because Dan Harmon was no longer in creative control (some idiot at NBC or Sony fired him due to "late scripts" and problems with Chevy Chase) and while I agree season 4 was not on par with the previous three seasons, it was still pretty solid. But after seeing the first two episodes of season 5 so far, I can say with confidence that Community is back to form. Dan Harmon has a real talent for shaping perfect stories into 22 minutes of brilliantly crafted arcs that tell a solid story full of great comedic moments.

The cast is in full effect with the great addition of Jonathan Banks of Breaking Bad fame, as well as the crew with veteran Community director Tristram Shapeero and veteran Community writer Chris McKenna (who left the show when Dan Harmon was fired) at the top of their game. Any fan of this show should be pleased with how season 5 is unfolding so far. I'm excited for Thursday nights at 8:00pm again, and like many have said before me, here's to "six seasons and a movie". Though I'm sure a movie is off the table, I'd settle for a 2 hour made for tv movie, or even a straight to DVD movie, maybe a combo 2 pack with Kickpuncher III: The Final Kickening? I'd buy it.

Special Features:
*Cast and Crew commentary on every episode
*Advanced television Production: 5 days, 2 scripts, no sleep
*Re-animating the '80s
*Outtakes

P.S. Hey NBC/Sony, how about putting Community out on Blu-Ray already!? I'd double dip and get the Blu-Ray sets even though I already have the first 4 seasons on DVD, I love this show and I want it at it's best a.v. quality. Pop Pop!
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By joe on April 20, 2014
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As many Community fans know, Season 4 was by far the weakest season of Community.This is due to the absence of creator and showrunner Dan Harmon, who was fired by NBC because they wanted to dumb down the show so more people will watch it. So prior to viewing the first episode, I was pretty worried. Will the best written sitcom since Seinfeld make a great comeback with the return of Dan Harmon? Or will the show be considered a show that overstayed its welcome? Fortunately, Community is back and is better than ever. I was also worried about how Chevy Chase leaving would affect the show prior to watching the first episode of season 5. Even though the racist, homophobic, and bigoted man called Pierce Hawthorne will be missed, the show really wasn't affected by his departure at all. Instead of there being a gap in the group, we get introduced to Criminology teacher, Buzz Hickey, played by Emmy Nominee, Johnathan Banks (Breaking Bad, Airplane!, and 48 Hours) and the return of John Oliver (The Daily Show) who plays fan favorite Professor Duncan. This season you will see amazing guest stars such as David Cross, Nathan Fillon, Brie Larson, LeVar Burton, Vince Gilligan (Yes, the creator of Breaking Bad), B.J. Novak, and Mitchell Hurwitz. And this season we say goodbye to Troy with a school wide floor is lava game, see Jeff's GI Joe fantasy, meet the founder of Greendale, see the study group play Dungeons and Dragons AGAIN, watch the group undergo a polygraph test, and see Abed go crazy trying to determine if Nicholas Cage is a good actor or not. This season provides some of the most creative and unique episodes I have ever seen on TV. And after viewing this season, I know that the timeline is as brighter as ever.

#sixseasonsandamovie
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Franklin on January 21, 2014
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The first few episodes felt like an old friend I hadn't seen in a whole season of TV. Season 4 wasn't terrible, but it never felt like it was in rhythm with the previous seasons, but so far Season 5 has me really hopeful that (if this is the last season and it is very sad to think it might be) Community will go out with a bang. Unfortunately, Donald Glover won't be involved in the second half of the season and Chevy has obviously been long gone, but with the random celebrities that will be filling in this season, I hope it dampens the blow. So far, the first three episodes have been hilarious and the 3rd one particularly touching. I look forward to the rest of it and hope everyone can chant this into existence: 6 seasons and a movie.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By XZero on August 11, 2014
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This is a review of the DVD release itself for Community Season 5, not so much a review of the season’s episodes and overall quality (though that will be mentioned below).

The long and storied history of Community’s goal of living up to its tongue-in-cheek promise of Six Seasons and a Movie is well documented. In a nutshell, Dan Harmon’s offbeat, quirky, highly meta show enjoyed some early success, Harmon was fired by NBC and Season 4 got produced in his absence, and thanks to Joel McHale and many others’ pleas, NBC rehired Harmon for Season 5. Hence, this is essentially a season about getting back to the basics, thus the title of the first episode, “Repilot.”

One very noticeable thing about this season is that it featured a great many callbacks to prior seasons, Season 2 in particular. Rewatching season 2 after seeing these episodes brought home just how tightly crafted some of these scripts managed to be.

This DVD set includes all 10 episodes of Season 5. The outside packaging is similar to Season 4’s packaging, which means that it has a cardboard slipcase with plenty of jokes and references on it, and inside is a clear plastic two-disc DVD case with some more great artwork. The inside of the DVD case is completely clear, and you can see a wonderful piece of artwork on the back of the cover art focusing on the season’s Dungeons and Dragons-themed episode.

The menus are the same style and formatting, both visually and in terms of their music, as Community has always delivered. This means that they are clean, visually appealing, and easy to navigate. There are Play All and individual episode options, plus some special features with excellent cast and crew commentaries.
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