A number of locations are mentioned on "Community" but make little, if any, actual appearances on the show despite being referenced a few times by the characters. The following is a list of these minor locations along with their first introduction, a brief description of the place's purpose, relation to the characters and other mentions.
List of locationsEdit
Andre's Stereo StoreEdit
- Introduction: "Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts": Andre mentions to Shirley how he needs to get back to work at his stereo shop and stop playing at being "Mr.Mom".
- Other mentions: "Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations": On Thanksgiving Day, Shirley mentions that Andre has to work extra hours at the store because of Black Friday and has to miss Thanksgiving dinner with his family.
Britta's residence. She has mentioned she has several cats which live with her.
- Introduced: "Anthropology 101": Britta's bedroom can be briefly seen in the opening montage.
Chumps Rusty BucketEdit
A bar that school board members Carl Bladt and Richie Countee frequent. Note: Community creator Dan Harmon said in an interview that this was a shout out to a real life bar located in his home state of Wisconsin.
Dean Pelton's apartmentEdit
During the study group's fourth year at Greendale, Dean Pelton moves into a new apartment across the hallway from Jeff's. He had hinted that during his two months of captivity at the hands of Ben Chang and his security force that no-one had paid his rent and its assumed he lost his apartment.
- Introduced: "History 101"
- Pelton let's Jeff know he has moved into the apartment nearby and hints that he will be seeing a lot if him from now on.
- Other mentions: "Intro to Knots"
- It was revealed that the Dean had been keeping a basket of kittens as presents for the Study Group and Ben Chang/Kevin inside his new home. He later brought them over to their Christmas get-together at Jeff's.
- Introduced: "Introduction to Film": Abed mentions how his father expects him to take only classes related to running a restaurant and not the Filmmaking classes he wants to take.
- Other mentions: "Contemporary American Poultry": Jeff chooses Abed to replace Star-Burns as fry cook in the Cafeteria since he has experience working in his fathers restaurant.
A bar that Jeff and Britta originally agreed to take Troy for his 21st birthday as a compromise as they considered it the least offensive establishment. Jeff later found out it was out of business. Britta felt it was because they tried to please evereyone.
- Introduced: "Mixology Certification".
Jeff's bachelor pad which he lived in while he was a lawyer. He is evicted and for a time forced to live with Abed in his dorm room. Britta steals back his expensive hand crafted Italian faucet heads which motivates Jeff to move into a much smaller and more affordable apartment.
- Introduced: "Home Economics".
The Love HutEdit
Located inside the Greendale Mall, this lingerie store is where Shirley purchased a special outfit for her anniversary with her husband Andre back in 2008. He ends up cheating on her and she discards the lingerie which is found by Dean Pelton.
- Introduced: "Heroic Origins".
Jeff booked a table at this before he started his studies at Greendale. He made the "unmovable appointment" for May 23rd, 2013, the future date he assumed was when he would graduate from school.
- Introduced: "English as a Second Language"
- back in Season One, Jeff mentions Morty's to Annie to prove he has completely planned out his schedule at Greendale and his no extra time for any other classes.
- Other mentions: Jeff's Twitter account
- After graduating in the Season Four episode "Advanced Introduction to Finality", Jeff goes on his twitter account and invites all the study group members to another restaurant to celebrate . It turns out Morty's had closed down after being "sued out of existence". Jeff attempted to get the others to join him at "L Street" bar but they insisted they go to "Señor Kevin's instead.
Pencils and SuchEdit
A school supply store located inside the school cafeteria. It can be seen in various episodes in the background.
- Introduced: "Pilot".
- Other appearances: "Modern Warfare': During the 2010 Paintball Assassin game, Abed chases after the remaining "Disco Stu" gang through the "Pencils and Such" store.
Planet Greendalia was a fictional place from Troy, Abed and Annie's shadow puppet show. In the story, Princess Annie & Troyborg safely travelled here on Horsebot 3000 and helped defeat King Blorgon and restore peace to Greendalia. Horsebot 3000 was killed by King Blorgon here.
- Introduced: "Studies in Modern Movement".
The Red Door / L StreetEdit
A bar frequented by Jeff and Britta. It's actual name is unknown but Jeff calls it "L Steet " and Britta refers to it as "The Red Door". Both unwittingly agree it's the best bar in town unaware they are talking about the same establishment. Troy later learns it is located on L Street and it's entranceway is a red door hence the two different names given to him by Jeff and Britta.
- Introduced: "Mixology Certification".
A topiary hangout hidden on the campus grounds established by a groundskeeper named Joshua. It's purpose was a to be a "place free of darkness". It had a Trampoline which bestowed serenity on all who used it. Troy and Jeff discovered this paradise only to have Pierce ruin the experience for everyone involved.
- Introduced: "Aerodynamics of Gender".
Shirley often mentions her church whenever she starts sermonizing to the rest of the study group. She once got Abed to shoot a viral video for her congregation.
- Introduced: "Comparative Religion".
- Other mentions: "Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples", "Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts".
A bar frequented by school administrators Carl Bladt and Richie Countee and known for their yard long margaritas. The study group also went there once after being invited by Gilbert Lawson. Note'': Skeepers is a reference to bar in Ann Arbor called "Scorekeepers". This was confirmed by Community writer Megan Ganz on her Twitter account.
- Introduced: "Course Listing Unavailable".
- Other mentions:"Digital Estate Planning," "Alternative History of the German Invasion," "Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations," "Economics of Marine Biology".
Silvio's Barber ShopEdit
Jeff agrees to go to Pierce's favorite barber shop in order to keep Pierce away from an activity at Greendale. Silvio's is an Italian, classic, old-style barber shop complete with old National Geographic magazines. Music from the 1950's is played, shaves are given with hand-whipped shaving cream and straight razors. Brandy is served after shaves. To his surprise, Jeff finds he enjoys his time there.
- Introduced: "Economics of Marine Biology"
A popular burger joint that Shirley and Pierce once made a pilgrimage to which was reported on in a story published in the Greendale Gazzette Journal Mirror.
- Introduced: "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design".
- Other mentions: "Mixology Certification" (Troy wears a shirt with the "Rusty"'s logo on it in the episode's end tag).