|Eric Wisniewski is the token ginger at Greendale Community College who plays defensive end for the Greendale Football Team. A bit of a pervert, he is often seen ogling women on campus. He appears to be friends with Mark Millot from the The Greendale Gooffaws. According to his GCC Campus Connect page, he is a huge fan of the Denver Broncos. His first appearance was in the Season One episode "Football, Feminism and You". He is portrayed by actor Bill Parks.|
|In the Study Group's first year at Greendale, Eric is first seen as a member of Greendale's football team. His excitement at the pep rally announcing Troy as the team's new quarterback is diminished when he overhears Troy insulting the team ("Football, Feminism and You"). He is next seen at the STD Fair where he tries to start a water balloon fight using condoms that were being handed out. He inadvertently discovers that the condoms had holes in them when they begin to leak ("The Politics of Human Sexuality"). He is later seen on the last day of school ogling Slater and even taking a photo of her on his cellphone at Jeff's sarcastic suggestion ("Pascal's Triangle Revisited").
|In the Study Group's second year at Greendale, he is annoyed by Britta's attempts to raise awareness about an oil spill. He is sprayed with fake oil from Annie and Britta's fundraising display along with a few other students. When the two girls start to fight each other in the oil, he joins a gathering of male students who are tossing dollars at the spectacle. He is also appears in the episode discussing Abed's Meta Jesus film, which irritates Shirley ("Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples"). His last appearance was during the 2011 paintball assassin game. After running into Troy and Abed who were investigating the truth behind The Black Rider, he is eliminated from the paintball competition by City College Storm Troopers who had invaded the school ("For A Few Paintballs More").|
- “When you showed me that field, I knew there was nothing to worry about here. I could just play football for the fun of it. I mean, have you seen these guys?”— Troy
- “Dude, we have feelings.”— Eric
- “Mmm-hmm.”— Eric, checking out Slater as she walks away
- “You should take a picture. It lasts longer.”— Jeff
- “Cool.”— Eric, taking a photo