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Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television 

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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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Rob Schrab

Writers:

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

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
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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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Comedy

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TV-Y
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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

The biggest difference between the show's 5 seasons on NBC and its final year on Yahoo! Screen was that the streaming year allowed Dan Harmon to make episodes without specific lengths, and it became a Season 6 trademark to have extended "tag" scenes at the end of each episode. In the series finale, also, two of the main characters used the word "fuck" for the first time. See more »

Quotes

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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Connections

References Dreamcatcher (2003) See more »

Soundtracks

Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson
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S6: Covers its losses well, and produces an on-form final season which is funny, clever, meta, and neat
21 February 2017 | by bob the mooSee all my reviews

I watched this sixth season knowing it was the last of the run – and that any film version is very unlikely to follow. I'm not sure if this was known to those making it, but certainly the season has a relaxed feel of bringing things together and being honest about the comparative weaknesses it now has. There is a lot of meta humor throughout the season – the norm for the show, but it seems more frequent and pointed than previous seasons. The episodes are well balanced. In the fifth season there were too many "event" episodes where it was a big standalone thing, or had a big name in a role, however in this season it seems much more a collection of weird happenings.

Not all the episodes work as well as the others, but generally the quality is pretty high and as a fan of the show it felt to me that it was on more of the tracks that had made me originally enjoy it so much. This is quite an achievement when you look at the cast, because three of the originals have left for other things, and a replacement added to the fifth season has also left. The writers make good on this, with inside jokes and generally balancing the material across the cast. The addition of Brewster as Frankie works better than I expected, but never feels totally part of the show. The remainder do well, and Keith David does well as the replacement for the replacement. Otherwise the rest of the cast are good, and some nice interplays step up to replace those lost.

It is the writing that makes the cast able to deliver well though. It is smart, funny, self-aware, and able to make us care for the characters while also having a dark edge (in particular to some of the 'credits' sequences). The fourth season may have been weak, but the fifth and sixth made it worth coming back, and in particular this season produces a fitting way for the show to bow out – with the last episode working on many levels.


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