Annie: This is really important to me, Abed. Could you please go as my friend? My really good friend? Abed: Well, I didn’t realize we were really good friends. I figured we were more like Chandler and Phoebe; they never really had stories together. …Sure, I’ll do it, Chandler.
“Enough with the timeline crap, Abed! Pierce got shot in the leg and died. Shirley’s a drunk. Annie’s locked in a mental ward because her guilt drove her insane. Jeff lost an arm in the fire. Troy lost his larynx because for some dumb reason he tried to destroy a flaming troll doll by eating it. Life has gone to hell, Abed!"
Chaos already dominates enough of our lives. The universe is an endless, raging sea of randomness. Our job isn’t to fight it but to weather it together on the raft of life. A raft held together by those few, rare, beautiful things that we know to be predictable | GET TO KNOW ME MEME: COMMUNITY, REMEDIAL CHAOS THEORY [1/5 tv episodes]
“An asteroid hit the Earth and that’s canon, no question about it. But what you didn’t know is that the Study Group survived the blast by hiding in The Eleven Herbs & Space Experience van (convenient, but good convenient, not quite like ‘Indiana Jones’ fridge in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull’ convenient) and then remade themselves in the post apocalyptic wasteland, turning Greendale into a safe haven where everyone dresses like the extras in Mad Max. Still a comedy at its core but darker and edgier, kinda like a gritty Nolan version of the original. It may be reminiscent of The Day After Tomorrow, but it’s actually more like Zombieland without the zombies or Bill Murray, who couldn’t be reached to play a part in this production." - Excerpt from the journal of Abed Nadir, Co Founder of the Independent Greendale Republic, to be added to the audio commentary of the movie he is planning on shooting once Hollywood is rebuilt.