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Community: Season 1 [2009] (4 discs)

Composer:Ludwig Goransson
Length:535 minutes
(8 hours 55 minutes)
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IMDB Rating:8.1/10
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Synopsis: The adventures of a study group in a small community college. They laugh. They cry. They try to kill each other.

Reaction: Irreverent and hilarious

Personal Rating: 8/10

Select Guest Cast
Aaron Himelstein => Jeremy Simmons (Debate 109)
Sandeep Parikh => Abed's Abed (Debate 109)
Anthony Michael Hall => Mike (Comparative Religion)
Dante Basco => Bully's Friend #2 (Comparative Religion)
Blake Clark => Coach Bogner (Physical Education)
Jill Latiano => Courtney (Physical Education)
Bunny Levine => Pierce's Mom (voice) (Introduction to Statistics)
Lauren Stamile => Professor Michelle Slater (Introduction to Statistics)
Charlotte Newhouse => Professor Baker (Football, Feminism and You)
Craig Cackowski => Officer Cackowski (Basic Genealogy)
Fran Bennett => Nana (Basic Genealogy)
Katharine McPhee => Amber (Basic Genealogy)
Tom Yi => Rabbi Chang (Basic Genealogy)
Craig Cackowski => Security Officer (The Politics of Human Sexuality)
Sara Erikson => Sabrina (The Politics of Human Sexuality)
Sharon Lawrence => Doreen (The Politics of Human Sexuality)
D. C. Pierson => Mark Millot (Investigative Journalism)
Hiromi Oshima => Girl in Other Study Group (Investigative Journalism)
Jack Black => Buddy (Investigative Journalism)
Monica Young => Female Spanish Professor (Investigative Journalism)
Owen Wilson => Other Study Group's Leader (Investigative Journalism)
Dominik Musiol => Pavel (Home Economics)
Eric Christian Olsen => Vaughn (Home Economics)
Patton Oswalt => Male Nurse Jackie (Home Economics)
Shelby Rabara => Randi (Home Economics)
Eve Brent => Glenda (The Science of Illusion)
Greg Cromer => Rich (Beginner Pottery)
Lee Majors => Admiral Slaughter (Beginner Pottery)
Tony Hale => Professor Holly (Beginner Pottery)
Iqbal Theba => Abed's Dad (Introduction to Film)
John Michael Higgins => Professor Whitman (Introduction to Film)
Jared Kusnitz => Mark (The Art of Discourse)
Jillian Rose Reed => Kelly Cortlandt (The Art of Discourse)
Lisa Rinna => Mark's Mom (The Art of Discourse)
Marlene Forte => Doctora Escodera (English as a Second Language)
Twink Caplan => Madame LeClair (Interpretive Dance)
Adam Davidson => Director
Anthony Russo => Director
Gail Mancuso => Director
Joe Russo => Director
Justin Lin => Director
Ken Whittingham => Director
Seth Gordon => Director
Tristram Shapeero => Director
Andrew Guest => Writer
Chris McKenna => Writer
Dan Harmon => Writer / Creator
Emily Cutler => Writer
Hilary Winston => Writer
Jessie Miller => Writer
Jon Pollack => Writer
Karey Dornetto => Writer
Lauren Pomerantz => Writer
Liz Cackowski => Writer
Tim Hobert => Writer
Zach Paez => Writer
Ludwig Goransson => Composer
Alison Brie => Annie Edison
Chevy Chase => Pierce Hawthorne
Danny Pudi => Abed Nadir
Dino Stamatopoulos => Star-Burns
Donald Glover => Troy Barnes
Erik Charles Nielsen => Garrett
Gillian Jacobs => Britta Perry
Jim Rash => Dean Pelton
Joel McHale => Jeff Winger
John Oliver => Professor Ian Duncan
Ken Jeong => Chang
Rene Napoli => Spanish Student
Richard Erdman => Leonard
Yvette Nicole Brown => Shirley Bennett

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • The character of Abed is based on a real person also named Abed: [?] Abed Gheith
  • In the Pilot Chevy Chase mentions the word soup while looking at Joel McHale. McHale is the host of [The Soup] on the E Channel.
  • The show's creator, Dan Harmon, was the co-founder of Channel 101. Many actors who have appeared on the show have also appeared in Channel 101, including Jack Black, Drew Carey, Rob Corddry, Chevy Chase, Donald Glover, Joel McHale, John Oliver, Patton Oswalt, and D. C. Pierson.
  • Nearly all of the episodes have titles which refer both to the plot of the episode, as well as a type of college course (Spanish 101, Advanced Criminal Law, etc). Some of them even refer to their specific episode number (ex: Season 1, Episode 9 was titled "Debate 109").