Community (2009–2015)
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Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television 

As their sixth year at Greendale draws to a close, Abed asks everyone to imagine pitching a TV show about what they would do in season seven.


Rob Schrab


Dan Harmon (created by), Chris McKenna | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joel McHale ... Jeff Winger
Gillian Jacobs ... Britta Perry
Danny Pudi ... Abed Nadir
Alison Brie ... Annie Edison
Jim Rash ... Dean Pelton
Ken Jeong ... Ben Chang
Keith David ... Elroy Patashnik
Yvette Nicole Brown ... Shirley Bennett
Seth Green ... Scrunch
Erik Charles Nielsen ... Garrett
Richard Erdman ... Leonard
Danielle Kaplowitz ... Vicki
David Neher ... Todd
Loretta Fox Loretta Fox ... Mother
Wayne Federman ... Father


As their sixth year at Greendale draws to a close, Abed asks everyone to imagine pitching a TV show about what they would do in season seven.

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Release Date:

2 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Throughout the season, the whiteboard behind Annie and Elroy has featured an alphanumeric code relating to the production code of the episode; for example, this episode features "GCC613," meaning "Greendale Community College Season 6 Episode 13." This episode, the whiteboard also features the URLs for each lead actor's IMDB page. Keith David's (nm0202966) is the most visible at the very bottom. See more »


Jeff Winger: I let you go, Annie. From my hands and my head. The heart - which cynics say is code for penis - wants what it wants. But I let you go.
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References From Here to Eternity (1953) See more »


Ends of the Earth
Performed by 'Lord Huron'
Courtesy of IAMSOUND Records
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Such a beautiful ending to a brilliant show.
12 June 2015 | by yassh611See all my reviews

This might as well be the best episode of any comedy show to date, and easily the best finale ever.

As the group tries to pitch their ideas for a season 7, we see how all the characters feel about the future, and the loyal fans of this who would get all the references made here will find this a treat and have a trip down memory lane.

It's amazing how the show has carried itself through all the hurdles it has faced, from a few actors leaving, to Dan Harmon leaving and coming back. But the last season gained it's original rhythm back, and what we had was a finale so meta, so brilliant and yet so emotional in its goodbye. The finale that the show and its fans deserved is here!

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