Jeff and Britta engage in a dangerous game of relationship one-upmanship in response to Britta's embarrassing moment at the end of the previous school year, which could lead to the break up of the study group
Jeff blows off the study group and their break dancing competition to hang out with his old co-workers at the law firm. Annie tries to prove that Alan (guest star Rob Corddry) is the person who turned Jeff in and got him fired.
Pierce's religion convinces him that the spirit of his dead mother is captured in a cheap lava lamp, and Jeff has a crisis of faith when he learns he has high cholesterol. Meanwhile, Britta and Annie try to raise money for an oil spill.
Britta, Annie, and Shirley discover that Abed is skilled at insulting the mean girls, so they use him to their advantage. Meanwhile, Troy and Jeff find a secret garden with a trampoline, which they use for relaxation.
Dean Pelton tries to bust Jeff for a phony night school credit, but he only unveils a series of conspiracies, plots, and double-crosses between Annie, Jeff, and the Dean. Meanwhile, Troy and Abed build an elaborate blanket fort.
Directed by: Jay Chandrasekhar - Written by: Andy Bobrow
The group takes Troy out to a bar to celebrate his 21st birthday While they're there, Annie adopts a new identity, Abed is hit on by a guy, one of Shirley's darkest secrets is revealed, and Jeff and Britta fight over which of their bars is "cooler".
Valentine's Day finds Troy and Abed competing for the attention of an assistant librarian, and Britta tries to prove how progressive she is. Meanwhile, Jeff gets into a fight with the study group and takes a break from them.
Directed by: Joe Russo - Written by: Dan Harmon, Megan Ganz
Upset that he's not getting the respect he feels he deserves, Pierce claims that he is about to die and summons the study group to the hospital to bequeath personalized gifts unto them while Abed documents the entire event.
Directed by: Jay Chandrasekhar - Written by: Adam Countee
Anticipating a visit from the Vice President of the United States, Dean Pelton holds an election for student body president. An idealistic Annie decides to run, but Jeff decides to run against her to spite her and show how stupid politics can be.
When a beautiful woman rejects him in favor of Pierce, Jeff is convinced she must have ulterior motives. Meanwhile, Troy invents a painful childhood memory in order to attract Britta, and Abed feuds with his professor over "Who's the Boss?"
The study group assembles their twentieth- and final- Anthropology diorama of the year. When Troy's monkey reappears and subsequently disappears into a ventilation shaft, the group starts reminiscing about their year together.
The Greendale Campus becomes a battlefield again with the start of another paintball competition as a mysterious new player debuts. Before they can compete for the prize, however, the study group must deal with a more personal conflict first...