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Second time the chatterbox/fortune teller was not featured in its opening titles.
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Troy's costume is reminiscent of Sheriff Bart from Blazing Saddles.
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At one point, Abed refers to the Black Rider (Josh Holloway) as "network TV good-looking." Josh Holloway starred on the network television series Lost prior to the filming of this episode.
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Troy is introduced into this episode when he comes out of a bin. This is a call back to the original paintball episode 'Modern Warfare' in which Annie is hiding in the bin.
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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 Debate 109). The exceptions are Community: Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas (2010), Community: A Fistful of Paintballs (2011), and Community: For a Few Paintballs More (2011).
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The title: "A fistful of paintballs," is a reference to Clint Eastwood's movie: "A fistful of dollars," and shares a loose common theme.
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In this episode, it is revealed the group took a vote on whether to let Pierce back into the group for the next year through the use of cards. A red card meaning he could come back, a black card for against. The names of cards i.e. (Ace of Spades, King of Spades) were used to introduce some of the main cast this episode, the card names (presumably) correspond to their vote. Annie, was the only red card, Ace of Hearts, Jeff - King of Spades, Britta-Queen of Spades, Abed - Jack of Clubs, Troy - King of Clubs, Shirley - Ace of Clubs.
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