Britta and Annie, although friends, are initially not as close to each other as they are with other members of the study group. The relationship between the two women fluctuated over the years resulting in some differing extremes. Most of the time they had an almost sisterly friendship where they support and are protective of each other. However, there were a few occasions that feelings of jealousy between the pair arose which have lent a more adversarial nature to their interactions. These conflicts occurred mostly due to their seemingly similar taste in men, particularly Vaughn and Jeff. Recently they have since moved past all these issues and formed a more solid friendship. Annie has even been instrumental in helping Britta in her budding relationship with Troy. Britta is portrayed by Gillian Jacobs and Annie is portrayed by Alison Brie. They both first appeared in the Season One episode "Pilot".
Britta and Annie had very few interactions in their first year together at Greendale with the study group. It's hinted by Shirley that they would often spend time together on the weekends excluding her from their trips to the mall.
"Spanish 101": Annie and Shirley are inspired by Britta to stage a protest against Guatamala.
"Football, Feminism and You": While in the women's restroom, Britta comforts Annie over her recent difficulties dealing with Troy and Jeff.
"Investigative Journalism": Buddy recounts to the study group a fantasy he had about Annie and Britta wearing cheerleader outfits and wrestling in a pool filled with whip cream.
"Romantic Expressionism": Annie asks permission from Britta to date her ex-boyfriend Vaughn. After giving her consent, Britta later conspires with Jeff to break them up ostensibly for Annie's own good.
"Interpretive Dance": Annie wishes Britta good luck at her recital but gets upset when she sees Britta and Troy performing a provocative dance together on stage.
"The Science of Illusion": Britta tries to play a prank which ends up becoming a crime scene that Annie, along with Shirley, are asked to investigate as volunteer campus security guards.
"Modern Warfare": At the beginning of the annual paintball assassination game, Britta leads Annie and Shirley in an all female squad to win the prize
"English as a Second Language": Britta along with the rest of the study group is angered when it's discovered Annie ratted out Chang and possibly cost them a passing grade in Spanish 101.
Oh like you hate competition! How long did it take you to kiss Jeff after I told him I loved him? Oh, that's right, first Vaughn now Jeff! I better not smile at that wall outlet, or you'll fry your tongue off!
Britta and Annie are forced to deal with thier actions at the Tranny Dance. They later work on a fund raising campaign together, take a women's studies course along with Shirley, and learn about tolerance when Britta attends the Valentine's Day Dance with her new friend Page.
"Anthropology 101": Annie learns about Britta and Jeff having sex during paintball and Britta learns that Annie made out with Jeff after the Tranny Dance.
I need to stay with you this weekend. Not just stay with you, I need to be on lockdown. You were a pillhead, so think of Blade as Adderall. And handcuff me to the radiator like a mother-flipping carny-banging werewolf!
"Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps": Annie, through the use of a horror story she tells, offers her perspective on Britta's relationship with Jeff as well as her view on her own relationship with him.