Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Admiral_Young, Jan 21, 2011.
Her loss is our gain.
Early 20's are your best years?
Maybe if you're a fashion model. Or a prostitute. If you're career minded late 20's through 30's are way better.
If Annie didn't know how old Jeff was it's a continuity error. Jeff announced what his age was at the time he made the Real World audition tape, and Annie would have known what year it was recorded in, and her brain would have immediately done the math.
I think she knew in general he was high 30s but didn't think of him as somebody who was near 40, so it was a combination of slight surprise and trying to pretend she was more surprised.
Was that during the year of the gas leak? I don't think they remember that year
You touch upon an interesting theory/point: she knew how old he was already but it didn't sink in just how much older until she heard him actually referred to as "forty." Someone in his 30s "seems" to be ten years or less older to someone in their 20s but 40 seems like someone actually closer to 20 years older/their parents' age.
The episode where Annie and Jeff ran for class president and Annie destroyed Jeff's campaign by showing his Real World audition tape from when he was a teenager, I think it was in season 2.
Season (series?) finale tonight. I hope they renew it. I really hope they don't do something stupid and end it on a cliffhanger (ala Twin Peaks or ALF) in case it isn't.
Have they ever ended the season on a cliffhanger?
The first season kinda ended on the cliffhanger of Jeff kissing Annie.
Unless you kill all the characters there will always be cliffhangers.
And the second season ended with Pierce "leaving" the study group. Although that was very quickly remedied in Season 3....
I just about died laughing when Abed said "And that's canon."
Loved the finale, so many great lines and winks to the fans throughout the years.
I loved it too, though I didn't expect it to be the finale. I know this season only had 13 episodes but it seemed to go by so fast.
"Next Summer, or Fall, or Winter. Depends on what fails."
Yeah, I love how they basically said 'If the show gets cancelled everybody dies'.
Like I said, if everyone dies is the only way not to end the show on a cliffhanger.
Maybe the movie will be a zombie movie once the comet hits.
TVline is reporting it's canceled!
C'mon, Netflix!! Save the show! YO-JOBRA!!!
Community can be their first movie!
Ah, NBC continuing their proud tradition of encouraging people to NOT watch NBC
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