In 2008 the "Anarchist Girl" was a member of an all female activist group called the "An-Her-Chists". Led by Britta Perry, the group went to the Greendale courthouse to offer support to a local stripper named Mysti who was being prosecuted for tax evasion. They arrived just in time to congratulate Mysti's defense lawyer Jeff Winger for getting all charges against his client dropped. The Anarchist Girl declined Britta's suggestion that the group protest an animal testing lab next. She was uninterested in participating since she started eating meat again and when she left so did the rest of the group.
Randy was a bellman who worked at the hotel in which "InSpecTiCon" was held. Annie and Jeff shared a room in the hotel, intending to go skiing but the trip was cancelled. Randy admired Annie and was led to believe that she and Jeff were married. When he saw Jeff flirting with an attractive woman in the hotel lobby, he brought Annie down to witness the "infidelity". Annie threw a drink in Jeff's face in mock indignation.
In 2008 the "Cashier" was working at Yogurtsburgh when a woman approached and asked her if they had vegan froyo. The cashier responded with a snarky retort and despite the insult the customer didn't leave and instead asked for a job application. The cashier then noticed an old man had caused the self service machine to keep dispensing yogurt creating a huge mess. When no one came after she asked for some assistance she personally went over to the machine herself and reset the lever which stopped the overflow of yogurt.
“Sophie's not coming guys! Boooooo!”— Crowd member, "Herstory of Dance".
PORTRAYED BY: Jarod Einsohn
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Herstory of Dance"
"Crowd member" is a Greendale student or alumnus who attended the "Sophie B. Hawkins" dance put on by Britta. When Britta went on stage and appeared to announce that Sophie wasn't coming, he started the crowd booing. He then pointed out Sophie when she made her entrance much to the crowd's delight.
"Freshman Girl" was a new student to Greendale in 2013. She and her five other friends had signed up for the class "Instagram For Besties". They were told by Jeff Winger they were all in the wrong classroom and she left with her friends. The Freshmen didn't realize Jeff had tricked them all into holding seats in the "History of Ice Cream" for his study group. Abed Nadir later imagined the Freshman Girl in his "happy place" television show as a student inviting the study group to a party.
Jeremy is a Greendale student who is classmates with the Study Group in History 101. He participated in "The Hunger Deans" competition, was in Abed TV, attended the "History of Ice Cream" class and was at Oktoberfest for the german students.
Jeremy likes watermelon margaritas and appears as a background character in over 45 episodes. Charles Chen acted as Ken Jeong's (Chang) stand-in.
“We were taught popular films were the work of the devil.”— Jessica, "Herstory of Dance".
PORTRAYED BY: Kristen Henry King
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Herstory of Dance"
Jessica was an African-American woman who was set up on a date with Abed by Shirley for a Sadie Hawkins dance at Greendale. She is a member of Shirley's church and a devout Christian. She finds Abed's politeness and old-fashioned-ness "refreshing". Abed is actually on two dates for the dance and until he is caught by Shirley and Annie, says that he likes Jessica the best because she is the "audience favorite".
“You are hereby released from Greendale Insane Asylum!”— Judge, "Intro to Knots".
PORTRAYED BY: Elena Campbell-Martinez
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Intro to Knots"
Anne Mebane is a judge in the Darkest Timeline. At a trial where Evil Jeff acted as Annie's lawyer, she released Evil Annie from "Greendale Insane Asylum" despite Evil Annie having robbed a pharmacy and committed several assaults. She witnesses Evil Jeff and Anna kiss, plan to destroy the "Prime Timeline" and laugh maniacally.
Lorraine is the head of the MacGuffen Neurological Institute which funds various mental health studies. Greendale made an application to this Institute for funding in order to assist with Chang/Kevin's "Changnesia" recovery. After Lorraine witnessed the prejudice Chang/Kevin experienced from Jeff during a presentation on Changnesia, she granted the funding to study Changnesia.
“Routine light switch check.”— Maintenance Worker, "Basic Human Anatomy".
PORTRAYED BY: Craig Michaelson
OCCUPATION: Maintenance Worker
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Basic Human Anatomy"
"Maintenance worker" checks the light switch functionality at Greendale by switching them on and off. He serendipitously does this on two separate occasions when re-enactments of the body switching scene from "Freaky Friday" were taking place. The first occurrence took place in Group Study Room F and involved Troy and Abed. The second one took place in Dean Pelton's office between Pelton and Jeff Winger. Both times he claimed the light switch check was just a coincidence.
"Male Unicorn #1" was an African-American man hired by Dean Pelton to dress up as a unicorn and provide ambience for the "Hunger Deans" contest. Alongside another similarly attired Caucasian male he pulled a chariot carrying Pelton to give him a dramatic entrance. Both he and the other cosplayer stood next to the Dean silently as Pelton observed and judged the competition.
"Male Unicorn #2" was a Caucasian male hired by Dean Pelton to dress up as a unicorn and provide ambience for the "Hunger Deans" contest. Alongside a similarly attired African-American male he pulled a chariot carrying Pelton to give him a dramatic entrance. Both he and the other cosplayer stood next to the Dean silently as Pelton observed and judged the competition.
Mr. Bennett is the father of Andre Bennett. In 2013, he and his wife, along with their extended family, were gathered at his son's house for Thanksgiving dinner. He complained to his daughter-in-law Shirley about how long it was taking for the food to be served. After being introduced to Shirley's college classmates he farted before walking away. Later he was so disturbed by one of Shirley's friends that he and his wife hid in the garage to avoid him.
Mrs. Bennett is the mother of Andre Bennett. In 2013, she and her husband ,along with their extended family, were gathered at her son's house for Thanksgiving dinner. A few of Shirley's college classmates were also invited including an obnoxious white man named Pierce. She and her husband would eventually hide in the garage to avoid him.
"Official Man" attended "InSpecTiCon" and asked Pierce and Shirley to participate in a focus group for an American version of "Inspector Spacetime". Pierce's input was banal, obvious and sexist but was accepted by Official Man and his partner "Official Woman" resulting in a version of Inspector Spacetime which Abed loathed.
"Official Woman" attended "InSpecTiCon" and asked Pierce and Shirley to participate in a focus group for an American version of "Inspector Spacetime". Pierce's input was banal, obvious and sexist but was accepted by Official Woman and his partner "Official Man" resulting in a version of Inspector Spacetime which Abed loathed.
"Other Girl" was a coat check attendant on the night of the 2013 Sadie Hawkins dance at Greendale. She had taken over for Rachel who abruptly left her post due to some emotional distress. She told all of this to Abed Nadir when he asked her where Rachel was. The other girl complained about Rachel's poor work ethic as lot of the items weren't tagged.
"Other Girl" was portrayed by Community staff writer and story editor Annie Mebane. She is credited for having written four episodes of the show alongside her writing partner Steve Basilone.
The "Postman" was a mailman who was going about his daily work routine when he was approached by a naked Asian male. The Postman was handed a note by the man which he read out loud that identified the stranger as "Kevin". The paper also declared that Kevin had something known as "Changnesia".
"Security Guard" resolved the conflict between the Study Group and The Germans. When the group found the Germans in the study room a second day in a row and demanded they leave, Reinhold asked for security. The security guard challenged Jeff for a sign-in sheet and when he couldn't produce one and the Germans could, he said the study room was for the Germans to use.
Silvio is the proprietor of his own hair cutting salon appropriately named "Silvio's Barber Shop". One of his regular customers was Pierce Hawthorne who enjoyed the old fashioned atmosphere of Silvio's place. On one of his visits Pierce brought along his friend and classmate from Greendale Jeff Winger. Pierce asked Silvio to play a song on his record player while they got a shave. Jeff genuinely enjoyed his time there and Silvio laughed when Pierce made a joke at his friend's expense. Although an argument broke out between his customers Jeff would later return to Silvio's shop to join Pierce for another shave.
The character Silvio is named after Community writer Tim Saccardo's grandfather according to the Season Four DVD commentary.
Sully Sullivan owned a trout farm that Troy and Annie investigated in relation in Chang/Kevin's "Changnesia". They discovered that the farm is where Chang/Kevin spent time after being ousted as the leader of Greendale. He worked unpaid there for three months and during that time found himself named after Sully's dog, named Kevin.
In 2008 the "Teenage Girl" was at a house party with her classmates from Riverside High School. At the festivities she handed out the Senior superlatives which were all given to star quarterback and Homecoming king Troy Barnes. Class valedictorian Annie Edison made a scene furious at not receiving any awards herself. The Teenage Girl laughed along with the other party goers when Troy inadvertently embarrassed Annie. She then watched with everyone else as Annie screamed and ran right through a sliding glass door.
In 2008 a "Teenage Boy" was part of Troy Barnes Riverside High school clique. He and the others accompanied Troy to the mall who at the time was recuperating from injuries he sustained from a keg flip gone wrong. While they were at a yogurt place the teenager noticed a man sitting at the table across from them who didn't seem to blink at all. The teen complimented Troy's aim when he crumpled up a flyer he had just received and threw it at the weird guy's head. The teenage boy then laughed alongside the rest of the customers at the yogurt bar when an old man broke a self-serve machine and faked a heart attack.
Throughout the series an actor named Andy Lobo is used as a frequent background extra. He is notable for his shoulder length brown hair. In Season Four Lobo appears in 3 episodes and is in History 101 with the study group and was at the party in the cafeteria for Archie DeCoste. In total he appears in over 65 episodes.
Long haired guy hung over from the party for "The Whale".