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Jeff and Troy

  
Jeff Season Five
  Jeff and Troy  
Troy Season Five

  Jeff Winger : Joel McHaleFriends    Troy Barnes: Donald Glover  
  Status:Friends  -  First appearance: "Pilot"

Pairing biographyEdit

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I don't know about you but I know I ended up here because things weren't so great out there.
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Troy to Jeff, "Football, Feminism and You".



Jeff and Troy 2
Jeff Winger and Troy Barnes
portrayed by Joel McHale and Donald Glover.
Jeff and Troy were two of the most physical and athletic members of the study group who would occasionally compete in various sporting contests. In their first years together at school Jeff established himself as a leader and a popular figure at Greendale. This would at times bother Troy as he himself was once a star quarterback, homecoming king and B.M.O.C. at Riverside High School. Although Troy enjoyed his juvenile antics with Abed he longed to be considered more of an adult. Because of this Troy looked up to Jeff and admired his seemingly more mature and cool persona. At different times they each pursued a romantic relationship with Britta Perry but in both cases it didn't work out. In their fifth year at school, Troy left Greendale to embark on a potentially financially rewarding adventure. Jeff admitted that by doing this Troy had become much cooler than he was. Jeff is portrayed by Joel McHale and Troy is portrayed by Donald Glover.


Pairing historyEdit

Season OneEdit


We're trying to get Jeff ready for the fiiiiiii-ght. I couldn't think of another word.


Idiot!

–Troy and Jeff, "Comparative Religion".

School year synopsis

In the 2009-2010 semester at Greendale disbarred attorney Jeff Winger met recent high school graduate Troy Barnes through Abed Nadir. Troy had been invited by Abed to the library along with a few other classmates to a Spanish study group Jeff had formed. Unbeknownst to him Jeff had formed a fake group just to woo Britta Perry, one of the students in attendance. When Jeff's ruse is discovered he is kicked out but afterwards Troy encounters him outside the building. They bonded when Troy was impressed with his opinion on whether or not he should continue to wear his varsity jacket. Troy and the other members of the group take pity on Jeff and convince Britta to let him rejoin them. After the Dean puts Jeff on the college recruiting posters, Jeff convinces Troy to play football for Greendale in order for the posters not to be used. This causes a conflict with Annie which makes Jeff feel guilty. He tries to get Troy to quit football at a pep rally but Troy is OK playing because the standards at Greendale are so low there is no pressure on him. Troy passes wisdom to Jeff by saying he should accept he is at Greendale and relax. Troy gets Jeff to help a tripping Pierce at the study group's first Halloween party and before Christmas, helps Jeff train to fight the school bully. Jeff (and Britta) interfere in Annie's relationship with Vaughn Miller by telling Troy things about Annie to make him interested in her.


2009 - 2010 semester

"Pilot": When Troy meets Jeff, he calls him "Seacrest" and indicates since Jeff says he is a Spanish tutor, that Jeff can do all his homework for him. In order to calm the study group down, Jeff compliments them all including saying to Troy that astronauts want to impress their high school prom king. Later, Troy is impressed with Jeff's answer to Troy's dilemma on whether to wear his high school letterman jacket or not.

"Spanish 101": Troy is excited to see Jeff enter the study room and greets him with "word them up!".

"Introduction to Film": Jeff convinces a number of those in the study group to join him in Professor Whitman's "easy A" class including Troy. In his first day in class, after seeing how easy it is Troy reaches out to Jeff for a fist bump. Jeff reciprocates but says "never again". Later, when Jeff catches Troy and Abed dancing in the study room, Troy says they are krumping. Jeff disagrees and shows them how it is done.

"Social Psychology": Troy calls Jeff "Doctor Doogie Seacrest" and that he thinks he is better than everyone else because he is 40 when he and Abed are making fun of students outside the study room not knowing they can hear them. Jeff says he isn’t 40, that everyone can hear their insults and calls them morons.

"Football, Feminism and You": Initially, Jeff supports Troy in turning down an opportunity to play quarterback for the Greendale football team. However, after the Dean puts Jeff on the college recruiting posters, Jeff convinces Troy to play in order for the posters not to be used. This causes a conflict with Annie which makes Jeff feel guilty. He tries to get Troy to quit football at a pep rally but Troy is OK playing because the standards at Greendale are so low there is no pressure on him. Troy passes wisdom to Jeff by saying he should accept he is at Greendale and relax.

"Introduction to Statistics": Troy asks Jeff to leave the faculty Halloween party to help Pierce and then acknowledges Professor Michelle Slater as "pretty hot". Later, he catches Jeff with Slater in front of Borchert Hall and gets him to save Pierce from his fort of chairs.

"Home Economics": When Jeff is kicked out of his condo, Troy says he'd offer for Jeff to stay at his place but his Dad is kind of racist.

"Environmental Science": The study group tries to get Jeff to talk to Chang about easing up on homework. Jeff dissuades them but it is Troy who points out Jeff is convincing and gets him to relent. When the group finds out Jeff is partying with Chang to get good grades for himself only, Troy says Jeff has a weird forehead.

"Comparative Religion": Troy helps Jeff get ready for a fight with school bully Mike Chilada by teaching him the Forrest Whitaker stare and "what's up?".

"Romantic Expressionism": Jeff tells Troy (in secret) a number of things about Annie to make Troy interested in her. After Troy blows his attempt to attract Annie, Troy yells at Jeff (and Britta). Later with the study group present, Troy says that Jeff got "weirdly specific" when describing Annie's body.

"Physical Education": When Abed does an impression of Jeff (with Jeff present), Troy compliments him on it. Troy then asks why Jeff isn't in billiards class which prompts an angry eruption from Jeff.

Season TwoEdit


You just lost, you just lost a game! You just lost, you just lost a game, with Troy!''

–Troy to Jeff, "Aerodynamics of Gender".

School year synopsis

Jeff starts his second year at Greendale dealing with the fallout from the previous year's "Tranny Dance". Britta's popularity among Greendale women makes Jeff very unpopular (since he rejected her) which Troy takes advantage of by siding with the women. Jeff initially resists Troy's command of The Eleven Herbs & Space Experience but comes to respect him as captain. At Halloween, Jeff influences Troy into changing his costume from geeky to sexy. While playing basketball, Jeff and Troy discover a secret garden with a trampoline. The gardener Joshua explains the purpose of the trampoline and as they bounce, they experience incredible peace. Unfortunately, Pierce is jealous of their calm demeanors, discovers the garden and ruins it for them. Joshua is fired and they discover he is racist. Jeff feels guilty and buys Troy ice cream. On Troy's 21 birthday, Jeff arranges for everyone to go to a bar and Jeff inadvertently shows Troy that he is a man now. Troy gets to drive Jeff's Lexus. After Abed reveals that Jeff and Britta have been hooking up all semester, Troy is angry at Jeff for putting his needs before the group's well-being. After recalling many of the group's activities and delivering a Winger speech, Troy comes around and says it's OK for Jeff and Britta to keep hooking up.


2010 - 2011 semester

"Anthropology 101": After Britta declaring herself the people's champion and is a hit with Greendale women for her rejection by Jeff at the previous year's "Tranny Dance", Troy apologies to Jeff and then calls him a jerk to be popular with the women.

"Accounting for Lawyers": At the "Pop and Locktober Fest", after Troy tags in for Chang, Jeff tags in for Troy and they pair up for some dance moves.

"The Psychology of Letting Go": After the Study Group learns Pierce's mom died and discuss how his Reformed Neo Buddhism religion doesn't address her death, Jeff tells them to let Pierce have his beliefs and that they should all be cool like him. Troy says Jeff ends a lot of his speeches that way. Later, Jeff takes Troy (and Pierce) for ice cream in his car.

"Basic Rocket Science": Troy takes command of The Eleven Herbs & Space Experience and tries to get Jeff to take his station. Jeff makes fun of Troy but eventually comes to respect his opinion and calls him Captain. Once the mission is over, Jeff hugs Troy and gives him a "complisult" on his ability to be a real astronaut.

"Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples": In the end tag, Troy dresses the same as Jeff and copies what he says.

"Epidemiology": At Halloween, Jeff makes fun of Troy's "Alien" costume so Troy changes to a "sexy Dracula". Later, Troy, Jeff and Abed try to escape the students who have become zombies by running into the basement. Troy is the only one to escape and before he succumbs to the infection he says Jeff is still cool as a zombie.

"Aerodynamics of Gender": While playing basketball, Jeff and Troy discover a secret garden with a trampoline. The gardener Joshua explains the purpose of the trampoline and as they bounce, they experience incredible peace. Unfortunately, Pierce is jealous of their calm demeanors, discovers the garden and ruins it for them. Joshua is fired and they discover he is racist. Jeff feels guilty and buys Troy ice cream.

"Cooperative Calligraphy": When Annie's pen goes missing in the Study Room, Jeff locks the room down and everyone's possessions are searched. Jeff dumps Troy's backpack out but only finds a pillow. Jeff compliments Troy and says he just became his hero. Later, the group strips down to their underwear. Troy compliments Jeff's underwear and says they looks luxurious. After exhausting all options and not finding Annie's pen, Jeff supports Troy's theory that a ghost took the pen.

"Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design": As Jeff and Annie chase Professor Sean Garrity through Fluffy Town they are blocked by a Latvian Independence parade. As Jeff curses, Troy says to him that they had the proper permits and then points out Garrity to Jeff in the parade who Jeff tackles.

"Mixology Certification": When learning that Troy is turning 21, Jeff upgrades his party from cake in the Study Room to a night in a bar called "The Ballroom". Jeff and Britta try to show Troy the ropes of "adult life" but he learns that they know no more about being a grown-up than he does. Troy gets to drive Jeff's Lexus.

"Asian Population Studies": Troy goes against Jeff and votes for Rich Stephenson to join the Study Group instead of Ben Chang as Troy like Rich's kettle corn.

"Advanced Dungeons & Dragons": When starting to play D&D, Jeff introduces his character. Troy says hi to Jeff's character and then introduces his. After Jeff forges a plan to go to a town to get a Pegasus, Troy responds with "huzzah!". When Pierce reveals that Jeff coined the phrase "Fat Neil" and Jeff says he'll make it up to Neil, Troy responds with a much less enthusiastic "hazzah".

"Early 21st Century Romanticism": When Jeff insults the "Bare Naked Ladies", Troy is the first one to jump to their defense and argue with Jeff.

"Intermediate Documentary Filmmaking": When LeVar Burton shows up at Brooks Memorial Hospital to meet Troy (at Pierce's bidding), Jeff shows Burton where Troy is. Later, when Jeff attacks Pierce in the town car, Troy pulls Jeff off of Pierce.

"Intro to Political Science": Troy tries gets Jeff (and Annie) from the storeroom to watch the "political showdown of the century", that is, Magnitude and Leonard go "pop pop" and raspberry at each other.

"Competitive Wine Tasting": When Britta announces that she and Troy are taking the class "The Actor Inside" together, Jeff asks Troy how he got dragged into taking it. Troy just smiles. Jeff then asks if foosball was full, Troy says he's on the wait list.

"Paradigms of Human Memory": When Abed reveals that Jeff and Britta have been hooking up all semester, he says to Jeff that the group agreed to not have sex with each other or themselves. Jeff points out they never agreed to the "themselves" part and this makes Troy even angrier. One of the examples where Jeff put himself before the group is shown. In hair-cutting class, Jeff distracts Troy and then switches his mannequin's wig for Troy's much better one. After a Winger speech, Troy says to Jeff that it's OK if he and Britta want to keep hooking up.

"Applied Anthropology and Culinary Arts": After Troy and Abed sell their special handshake to Pierce and it doesn't feel the same when they do it, Troy goes crying to Jeff that Pierce has tainted the handshake and they can't get the magic back. Jeff points out that Shirley is having a baby two feet from them and no one cares about their handshake.

Season ThreeEdit


Well they...they look alike!


Uh, I guess they share one important feature in your eyes.

–Jeff mistakes a rapper for Professor Kane and Troy calls him out on it, "Biology 101".

School year synopsis

Jeff and Troy join their study group for a third year at Greendale. Initially Jeff is separated from the group when he's kicked out of Professor Kane's Biology class. Jeff was eventually allowed to return but he made inadvertent racist remarks which offended Troy and Shirley. Jeff and Troy would later help Annie win a model U.N. competition. A Biology assignment pairing them with other members of the group found them wanting to switch lab partners. Later, Troy invited Jeff and the study group to a housewarming party for his new apartment with Abed. They also attended the launch party for a new Hawthorne Wipes product as well as Pierce's father's funeral. In December, Jeff and Troy were persuaded to perform at the school's Christmas pageant alongside the rest of the study group. After the holidays they went to Shirley's wedding and at Troy's behest Jeff and their friends helped Abed settle his debts with a local businessman. Soon afterwards, Troy and Abed had a falling out which caused a campus civil war and Jeff having had to intervene in order to end the conflict and save their friendship. When the study group's Biology project was sabotaged Troy and Abed found a suspect that Jeff and Annie prosecuted in a mock trial. In the aftermath Star-Burns supposedly died and a wake held in his honor resulted in a riot. Jeff, Troy and the others were expelled thanks to Chang framing them for causing the incident. Two months later Jeff led the study group in a scheme that got them all reinstated but forced Troy to join the air conditioning repair school. Ultimately, Troy got himself released from his obligations and reunited with the study group right after Jeff settled a dispute between Pierce and Shirley.


2011 - 2012 semester

"Biology 101": Jeff mistakes Professor Marshall Kane for rapper "Sugar Cube" in a photo with Pierce Hawthorne and believes Pierce conspired with Kane to get him kicked out of Biology class. The Study Group believe Jeff is being racist and Troy calls Jeff out on this.

"Geography of Global Conflict": As a member of Annie's Model UN team, Troy introduces the country he is representing, Georgia, with a southern accent. Jeff tells Troy it's Georgia the country not the USA state. Troy replies with specifics on Georgia the country, still in the southern accent.

"Competitive Ecology": When trying to decide on their lab partners in the Study Room, Jeff proclaims he's figured it out so Troy tells Pierce to wake up as Jeff he going to heal them.

"Remedial Chaos Theory": Troy ushers Jeff and Pierce into Troy and Abed's new apartment. Jeff jokes about the Indiana Jones diorama which Troy tries to laugh off.

"Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps": After each study group member tells a scary story, the lights go off and when they go on, they are all armed except for Jeff. He tells a story to settle them all down and Troy asks Jeff why he's so anxious for them to put their weapons down. He accuses Jeff of being the one who received the psychotic test score.

Season FourEdit


I wish I had the courage to commit to a bit like you "Abed"...or to a relationship like Troy. Committing is hard because we're all scared of what happens when we find out we commited to the wrong thing but there's no shame in what Troy's done. He put himself out there and he really tried and that proves he cares. That said, and as hard as it may seem, right now Troy needs to show he cares. He needs to put himself out there and own how he feels. That proves he's a man.

–Jeff to Troy (role playing as Abed), "Basic Human Anatomy".

School year synopsis

Troy and Jeff join the study group for a fourth year at Greendale for the 2012 Fall semester. Troy and the others are disappointed to find out Jeff is graduating early without them.


2012 - 2013 semester

Season FiveEdit


You are the coolest guy I know. I hope I make you proud.


I never stepped foot outside of Colorado. You're becoming much cooler than me by doing this.

–Troy and Jeff saying goodbye to each other, "Geothermal Escapism".

School year synopsis

Months after his graduation Jeff had an unexpected reunion with Troy and the study group at Greendale. Jeff accepted a job offer from Dean Pelton and was hired as a Law professor while Troy and the others re-enrolled in order to better themselves. Not long into his new job Jeff found himself in the middle of a grading scandal involving the teaching staff. This ignited a protest by the students led by Annie who was joined by both Britta and Troy. To resolve the conflict Jeff, Troy and the remaining study group members joined a special oversight group made up of teachers and students called the "Save Greendale Committee". Its purpose was to improve campus life and one of it's first problems was the return of a serial prankster who terrorized the school. Troy was one of the victims who was maliciously assaulted which spurred on Jeff and Annie to investigate. The search for the culprit came to an abrupt end when everyone learned about Pierce's death. According to his will Troy would receive Pierce's fortune if he successfully sailed around the world. Jeff protested and offered to help legally fight the stipulation but Troy declined and accepted the challenge. Abed organized a campus wide game of "Hot Lava" to honor Troy on his last day before he shipped out. Jeff participated in the event and after it concluded he saw Troy off with the rest of their old study group. Troy told Jeff he considered him the coolest guy he ever met but Jeff argued that by going on the sailing adventure he was becoming far cooler. Jeff and the others waved goodbye to Troy as he left Greendale with his idol LeVar Burton on a trailer hitched boat.


2013 - 2014 semester

QuotesEdit

Season OneEdit

"Football, Feminism and You"

I'm saying you're a football player! It's in your blood!Jeff
That's racist.Troy
Your soul!Jeff
THAT's racist.Troy
Your eyes?Jeff
That's gay?Troy
That's homophobic!Jeff
That's black!Troy
THAT'S racist!Jeff
Damn!Troy
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