Community is the American sitcom that premiered on September 17, 2009 on NBC. It was created by Dan Harmon and is produced by Krasnoff Foster Productions and Sony Pictures Television. It has been renewed for a fourth season on NBC's 2012-13 schedule. The show is set to return on October 19th in its new timeslot at 8:30 p.m. on Fridays after "Whitney".
- Main article: Category:Community Characters
|Jeff Winger is a lawyer from Denver, CO who is currently attending Greendale Community College to acquire a legitimate degree after it was discovered his previous law degree was from Colombia. He hopes to slide by and tries to find alternative methods to passing class and time than by being productive. He formed a study group in order to get closer to Britta, but has had to put up with her uninterest and also keep the other members of the study group happy.|
|Pierce Hawthorne is an over-the-hill baby boomer who is attending Greendale Community College because he has nothing else to do with his time. He made his fortunes by inventing bathroom towelettes, but his lifestyle has prevented him from making any lasting relationships. He is flirtatious and daffy, but always means well.|
|Abed Nadir is a student at Greendale Community College, and has been diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome. He has nothing but good intentions, but is very honest and can talk too long, which Jeff uses to obtain information from other members of the study group. Abed looks to be an important member of the group, but sometimes assumes real-life is like Hollywood movies, and vice-versa.|
|Britta Perry is a student at Greendale because she dropped out of High School to join the Peace Corps with the desire to make a difference in the world. Back in the States, she realized that she was broke so she signed up at Greendale after earning her G.E.D. so she could enter back into society. She is viewed as an honorable member of the study group, but also has to put up with Jeff's flirtatiousness.|
|Señor Ben Chang, also known as "El Tigre Chino" is a Spanish professor at Greendale Community College. He has taught there for six years. He takes full control of his classes, and does not allow for any shenanigans in his course.|
|Troy Barnes is a student at Greendale who recently graduated from Riverside High School. As the star quarterback and prom king, Troy was the envy of everybody at his school, but when he dislocated his shoulders he lost his scholarship to a big university so ended up enrolling at the local community college. He might still be living in his glory years, but he still wants to get through his classes to prove to others he's not just a pretty face and a strong arm.|
|Shirley Bennet is a recently divorced woman who is attending Greendale so she can learn how to turn her culinary love and skill into a profitable business. She left her husband, who didn't respect her, and isn't looking for love, only lessons on how to further herself in the world. She doesn't like being limited by any stereotypes or other limitations, and loves doing what she pleases and speaking her mind.|
|Annie Edison attended Riverside High School with Troy, but ended up dropping out after becoming addicted to adderall. She enrolled at Greendale to get her life back on track, and has joined the study group because she loves working with others and studying. She may seem a little uptight, but she believes herself to be an "old soul" willing to learn new things.|
- Season One Episodes
- "Spanish 101"
- "Introduction to Film"
- "Social Psychology"
- "Advanced Criminal Law"
- "Football, Feminism and You"
- "Introduction to Statistics"
- "Home Economics"
- "Debate 109"
- "Environmental Science"
- "The Politics of Human Sexuality"
- "Comparative Religion"
- "Investigative Journalism"
- "Interpretive Dance"
- "Romantic Expressionism"
- "Communication Studies"
- "Physical Education"
- "Basic Genealogy"
- "Beginner Pottery"
- "The Science of Illusion"
- "Contemporary American Poultry"
- "The Art of Discourse"
- "Modern Warfare"
- "English as a Second Language"
- "Pascal's Triangle Revisited"
- Season Two Episodes
- "Anthropology 101"
- "Accounting for Lawyers"
- "The Psychology of Letting Go"
- "Basic Rocket Science"
- "Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples"
- "Aerodynamics of Gender"
- "Cooperative Calligraphy"
- "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design"
- "Mixology Certification"
- "Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas"
- "Asian Population Studies"
- "Celebrity Pharmacology 212"
- "Advanced Dungeons & Dragons"
- "Early 21st Century Romanticism"
- "Intermediate Documentary Filmmaking"
- "Intro to Political Science"
- "Custody Law and Eastern European Diplomacy"
- "Critical Film Studies"
- "Competitive Wine Tasting"
- "Paradigms of Human Memory"
- "Applied Anthropology and Culinary Arts"
- "A Fistful of Paintballs"
- "For A Few Paintballs More"
- Season Three Episodes
- "Biology 101"
- "Geography of Global Conflict"
- "Competitive Ecology"
- "Remedial Chaos Theory"
- "Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps"
- "Advanced Gay"
- "Studies in Modern Movement"
- "Documentary Filmmaking: Redux"
- "Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism"
- "Regional Holiday Music"
- "Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts"
- "Contemporary Impressionists"
- "Digital Exploration of Interior Design"
- "Pillows and Blankets"
- "Origins of Vampire Mythology"
- "Virtual Systems Analysis"
- "Basic Lupine Urology"
- "Course Listing Unavailable"
- "Curriculum Unavailable"
- "Digital Estate Planning"
- "First Chang Dynasty"
- "Introduction to Finality"
- Season Four Episodes
- "History 101"
- "Paranormal Parentage"
- "Conventions of Space and Time"
- "Alternative History of the German Invasion"
- "Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations"
- "Advanced Documentary Filmmaking"
- "Economics of Marine Biology"
- "Herstory of Dance"
- "Advanced Introduction to Finality"
- Main article: Category:Community Episodes
|Dan Harmon is the creator of Community and an executive producer and writer for the series.|
|NBC is the American based broadcast network that is currently airing Community on Thursday nights.|