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Formerly Evil Abed
Abed Nadir
aka Evil Abed
Alternate counterpart of Abed (Prime Timeline)
Portrayed by: Danny Pudi
First appearance: "Remedial Chaos Theory"
Last appearance: "Advanced Introduction to Finality"
Home town: The Darkest Timeline
Occupation: Reformed Evil genius
Reason for turning evil: Feels responsible for not stopping the die
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Evil Abed



Sneering Evil Abed
Evil Abed portrayed by
Danny Pudi
In an alternate reality, a random chain of events was set in motion that ended up creating "The Darkest Timeline". In this scenario, the study group is in shambles. The timeline's Abed renames himself Evil Abed and decides on a drastic course of action to set things right. Using The Dreamatorium as a conduit to the Prime Timeline, he contacts Abed and slowly starts to manipulate him in order to bring his evil plan to fruition. Ultimately, he renounces his evil ways and name when he is inspired by the "Prime Timelines" Jeff. His first appearance is in the Season Three episode "Remedial Chaos Theory". He is portrayed by Danny Pudi.

Character historyEdit

Season ThreeEdit

With Pierce (supposedly) dead, Annie in psychiatric care, Troy having severely injured his throat, Jeff losing an arm, and Shirley an alcoholic, Abed declares this The Darkest Timeline. He proposes to the remaining study group members that they become the Evil Study Group and to find a way to the "Prime Timeline" they diverged from. Once there, they would kill their counterparts and take over their lives. He handed them all black beards made out of felt to symbolize their evilness, but only Troy agrees to wear it ("Remedial Chaos Theory"). He is later seen alongside the Prime Timeline's Abed in The Dreamatorium. No longer wearing a felt goatee, he appeared with a fully grown beard and was trying to drive a wedge in the friendship between the Prime Timeline's Abed and Troy ("Contemporary Impressionists").


  • From now on I am Evil Abed.
Evil Abed appeared to his duplicate when he had been separated from Troy who was forced to enroll in the Greendale's air conditioning annex("Introduction to Finality"). Desperate to cope with the loss of his best friend, Abed turned to Britta for help, agreeing to undergo therapy with her. Unfortunately, Evil Abed persuades him into entering The Dreamatorium. When Britta arrives for their session, she found he had been completely taken over by Evil Abed. Britta didn't take the change in Abed's disposition seriously assuming it's just more role playing. Evil Abed turned the therapy session around on her and got her to reveal her deepest fears. Wanting to turn the "Prime Timeline" as dark as the one he came from, he verbally berated Britta leaving her depressed.


  • Evil Abed POV
  • Evil Abed's in the house
He then exited [the Dreamatorium]] to go after his next target, Jeff. He continued to darken the timeline by hanging up a pay phone while a student was on the line, popping a balloon a girl was holding with his cigarette and dropping his cigarette in a student's coffee cup. He found Jeff in the Greendale summer courthouse representing Shirley for her case against Pierce. Evil Abed had come equipped with a bone saw, intending to cut off Jeff's arm to make him just like his timeline's Evil Jeff. The short power cord prevented him from using the bone saw and he was forced to go find an extension cord. He returned just in time for Jeff's closing arguments. He finds himself too moved by Jeff's words about friendship and selflessness to carry out his plan. This temporarily causes him to doubt his own plans and gives "Prime timeline" Abed the chance to regain control of his body. He caused the felt goatee to fall off and sendt Evil Abed's "spirit" back to the Darkest Timeline ("Introduction to Finality").



The end of Evil Abed
The end of Evil Abed

Season FourEdit

Evil Abed took the Winger Speech to heart and upon returning to his reality decided to try to brighten his own timeline instead of trying to darken others. However, Evil Jeff at the same time embraced his evil side and took control of the remaining Evil Study Group. Evil Troy turned his back on his now reformed best friend and joined Evil Jeff in his campaign to destroy the "Prime timeline". When Evil Jeff crossed over he used a special paintball gun to send "Prime timeline" Abed to his world. While in the Darkest Timeline, Abed sought out his double. He found the now referenced Evil Abed in his apartment who explained to him what occurred since their last encounter. Along with a DVD of all six seasons of his worlds "The Cape", formerly Evil Abed gave Abed a means to return to his reality and with paintball equipment to combat the Evil Study group ("Advanced Introduction to Finality").



4X13 Abed
After renouncing his evil ways he is just Abed now

QuotesEdit

"Remedial Chaos Theory":

From now on, I am Evil Abed. We are the Evil Study group, and we have but one evil goal: return somehow to the Prime Timeline, the one that I stopped you from rolling that die. Then we destroy the good versions of ourselves and reclaim our proper lives.— 'Evil Abed'


"Introduction to Finality":

When the world gets bad enough, Abed, the good go crazy, but the smart...they go bad.— 'Evil Abed'


Cruel...cruel, cruel, cruel.— 'Evil Abed'
Do you know what kind of person becomes a psychologist, Britta? A person that wishes deep down that everyone more special than them is sick because healthy sounds so much more exciting than boring. You're average, Britta Perry. You're every kid on the playground that didn't get picked on. You're a business casual potted plant, a human white sale, you're VH-1, Robocop 2 and Back To the Future 3, you're the center slice to a square cheese pizza... actually that sounds delicious... I'm the center slice to a square cheese pizza...You're Jim Belushi. — 'Evil Abed'

TriviaEdit

InspirationEdit

Evil Abed, The Darkest Timeline, and the black beards are directly inspired by the Mirror universe concept in the Star Trek franchise. First introduced in the original series episode "Mirror, Mirror" it features the main characters visiting a parallel world filled with evil doppelgängers of themselves and Spock's double is sporting a beard.

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