Agnes was a Greendale administrative staff worker. When Dean Pelton found out Jeff faked a course at school, he asked Agnes to cancel all of his appointments. She was unaware he had any and told him as much to which Pelton replied "Wishful thinking."
The girl that interrupts Professor Ian Duncan trying to teach Anthropology 101 and asks if this is Anaesthesiology class. Duncan says it is. Later, Jeff comments that Duncan pulled 40 minutes of Anaesthesiology out of his ass.
She handled the bar and took the order of the study group when they arrived. She talked with Annie who was doing her "Caroline Decker" persona. She later wished Troy a happy birthday and made him a free Seven and Seven drink.
The Barber Professor taught barbering at Greendale which is the profession of cutting, styling and grooming hair. Jeff Winger and Troy Barnes were enrolled in his class and he had them practicing thier techniques on mannequins wearing wigs. The professor was impressed with the work Jeff had done and praised him for it. He was unaware that Jeff switched the wig he worked on with the one Troy's.
PORTRAYED BY: Kelsey Gunn
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Anthropology 101"
On the first day of class in the Study Group's second year, a number of female students who were witness to Britta professing her love for Jeff at the "Tranny Dance" were inspired by her bravery and honesty. These women sought Britta out to profess their admiration and in some cases, ask for her autograph.
The girl whose outfit Britta insults in order to get her and her friends to leave a sofa that Abed, Annie, Britta and Shirley want to sit on. Britta says to her "Oh, I didn't know you were deaf. I suspected you were blind from the outfit." The girl gasps and she and her friends leave, scowling at Britta and company.
“I'm on the clock for another hour if you want me to do some Batman lines.”— George Clooney Impersonator
George Clooney Impersonator
PORTRAYED BY: Ken Schumaker
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Anthropology 101"
On the first day of class in the Study Group's second year, Jeff professed his love for Britta in order to end the abuse he was suffering at the hands of Britta's admirers. Abed arranged an impromptu wedding in Group Study Room F for them, complete with a George Clooney impersonator to act as Jeff's best man.
The Head cheerleader was the leader of the school's spirit squad. She and her group participated in the 2011 Paintball Assassin game at Greendale. She allowed Ben Chang to join the group but his disloyalty made her tie him up for a paintball execution. However, before they could fire Annie Edison snuck into the room and shot the entire squad eliminating them all from the competition. Annie shot the head cheerleader a second time since she had previously rejected her try out for the spirit squad.
In real life actress Julianna Guill is good friends with Alison Brie (Annie Edison). They both appeared in the 2009 web series "My Alibi " along with actress Cyrina Fiallo . Guill, Brie and Fiallo are in a singing group called "The Girls".
The Irish Singer was a performer hired by Abed during his second year at school to sing at a surprise wedding ceremony he was throwing for Jeff and Britta. She sang the The Cranberries song "Linger" which had new lyrics (presumably written by Abed) that celebrated Britta's love for Jeff.
Mr. Jacobson is a reporter from Dean Magazine who is at Greendale to a piece on Dean Pelton. With the Dean he visits the Anthropology classroom when a campus riot erupts outside as student Shirley Bennett goes into labor. Jacobson watches alongside Dean Pelton and the other students as Shirley gives to birth her son Ben in the classroom. Afterwards he assures Pelton he'll write a flattering article on him. Unfortunately the next issue the magazine is cancelled.
A man who is a janitor at Jeff's old law firm. He discovers Troy and Abed in Alan Connor's office. Annie jumps him from behind and knocks him out with chloroform. Freaking out, they all decide to lay on the floor and pretend that they've been chloroformed too. When the janitor wakes up, Annie, Troy and Abed fake waking up. The janitor questions who Annie is and why she has a rag in her hand. Annie chloroforms him again and they hightail it.
Jen was a part of a trio of "Mean Girls" on the Greendale campus led by Meghan. Jen and her friends accosted Annie, Britta and Shirley at a Women's study class. Jen told Britta to sit in the back that way no one could see her roots. Later, Abed insulted Jen in retaliation by pointing out her ratty panties we're showing. Abed took over the trio's role as the reigning campus bully until he realized how it was alienating him from everyone at school. He colluded with Meghan and staged his own verbal take down which Jen and Tracy witnessed.
Jeremy is a student who takes Anthropology 101 along with the study group. He was behind Chang when the former Spanish teacher yelled out "Gaaaay" after Jeff delivered another speech. He also watched Britta and Page kiss and was present when Abed proved Angela is the boss in the "Who's the Boss" class.
Glenn Keenlan was a Secret Service agent who was at Greendale to investigate any possible threats to visiting Vice-President Joe Biden. He and his partner Agent Robin Vohlers were suspicious of Abed Nadir since he was able to detect the hidden agents they planted at school. Keenlan searched Abed's bag and but the only questionable item he found was an illegal copy of "The Last Airbender ". Ultimately his investigation turned up nothing even after he ransacked Abed's dorm room.
Mary is a middle school student whose class was invited to see an anti-drug play at Greendale. She and her fellow students were bored by the play until Pierce Hawthorne got their attention portraying "Drugs". His amusing antics entertained everyone so much that when the character left the stage Mary and her classmates objected. They hurled baseballs at the other actors and called out for "Drugs" return. When he did come back and went into the audience Mary jumped into Pierce's arms declaring her love for "Drugs".
The Math Club Leader is a student participating in the 2011 Paintball Assassin tournament. During the game he leads his club in a chase after Jeff Winger and Ben Chang. After cornering them in the library Chang decides to switch sides and tells the Math Club Leader Jeff is out of ammo. As he goes in for the kill backed by his minions, Abed Nadir suddenly appears. He eliminates the Math Club Leader and then uses his body as shield to block the incoming paintball bullets.
Nigel is the young boy who plays Cornelius Hawthorne's son in an old commercial for Hawthorne wipes. When a young Pierce jumps into the scene and repeats Nigel's line, Cornelius scolds him and tells Pierce he should have done better in his audition. Young Pierce walks off the set, dejected.
Officer Birge is a Greendale cop working at a the local police station. Not long after community college student Jeff Winger was arrested for kidnapping all charges against him were dropped. Birge went to the interrogation room Jeff was being held in and uncuffed him. He also returned Jeff's belongings to him which included nipple protectors. Before leaving Birge told Jeff he worked in a maximum security prison and those things were the gayest things he ever saw.
Nipple guards are used by long distance runners to prevent chaffing of that area when it rubs against clothing they are wearing.
PORTRAYED BY: Tom Konkle
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Modern Warfare"
Paradox was a drunk and seemingly homeless person that apparently attended Greendale as he was a participant in its 2011 Paintball Assassination game. Paradox was one of the few survivors after City College's initial attack on the student body. He joined the remaining students in the Anthropology classroom where Troy and Abed were trying to rally everyone to fight together to save the school. Paradox loudly (and drunkenly) objected when Magnitude used his name to explain why he couldn't join the fight.
Phillip is a lawyer at Jeff's old law firm who hits it off with Britta. When Britta tells Phillip's proposition to Jeff, Jeff comments "Wow! You guys are really onto something. I think you've just discovered the world's newest profession." He later says "Britta, you're not a whore."
An outtake in the Community Season 2 DVD reveals that Phillip was an anarchist. He tells Britta to try the caviar (you can see Britta holding some when she tells Jeff about Phillip's proposition), "speaks Britta's language" and offers to get Britta a drink. She asks for a "Jack (Daniels) and Coke".
He approached Abed when he was playing a video game and the two hit it off as they were both fans of the Sci-fi TV "Farscape ". After talking and flirting with Abed for awhile, Robert cut to the chase and hit on him. When Abed told him he wasn't interested, Robert threw a drink in his face for having wasted his time.
PORTRAYED BY: Nicole Fitzgerald
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Epidemiology"
At the Halloween party, Troy and Abed act out a scene from Alien in front of two attractive girls, one of whom is dressed as a referee. Troy plays the hero Ripley and "saves" the girls from the evil Alien Abed. Troy says to the girls "You're save now, but if that thing comes back, I'm gonna need one or both of your phone numbers." The girls leave in disgust.
Sharice is the African-American woman who is Abed's first "Rowboat Cop" victim. With Britta, Annie and Shirley's encouragement, he points out flaws with her jeans, backpack, hair, makeup, nostrils and lips. Sharice begins to cry and runs down the hallway.
A member of the invading horde of City College Storm Troopers. He was tasked by Dean Spreck to eliminate a captured Pierce Hawthorne. His captive faked a heart attack and somehow managed to eliminate him from the contest instead. Pierce took the Storm Troopers outfit and snuck onto the quad to eliminate the remaining City College invaders and win the prize money for Greendale.
Student #2 is a red-haired female student at Grendale who was a fan of Abed's meta Jesus film. Along with Eric Wisniewski they discussed the deeper meaning of the movie which annoyed Shirley Bennett who considered it sacrilegious. In the cafeteria the student was there along with Eric and other fans as Abed answered their questions during filming. She witnessed Shirley confronting Abed about going too far with his latest project. After Eric said Shirley was a real life Pharisee , the student chimed in. She called Shirley a bitch and told her to back to her temple.
Tracy was a part of a trio of "Mean Girls" on the Greendale campus led by Meghan. Stacy and her friends accosted Annie, Britta and Shirley at a Women's study class. Stacy insulted Annie by pointing out the hairs above her upper lip. Later, Abed publicly humiliated Tracy and her friends in the cafeteria and took over the trio's role as the reigning campus bully. When he realized how it was alienating him from everyone at school he colluded with Meghan and staged his own verbal take down. Both Tracy and Jen witnessed this confrontation and the trio regained their "Mean Girl" status at school.
Tribesman was a young man from an African tribe in the village of Mimpousa located in the Congo. When June Bauer visited his home he was there when she discussed the film "Inception " with his elder Umbootu. June knew he hasn't seen the film yet and spoke to the elder in English so as not to spoil the film for him. The elder was shocked when he found this out and the tribesman simply shrugged in response.
Umbootu was an elder of an African tribe in the village of Mimpousa located in the Congo. He was confused about certain plot points of the movie "Inception " which a visiting June Bauer tried to explain to him. He also asked why June was answering him in English and pointed out that the young tribesman next to him hadn't seen the film yet.
The Waiter works at a fancy restaurant where Abed had Jeff meet him for his birthday dinner. He was in on Abed's plan to reenact the movie "My Dinner with Andre " with Jeff. When Abed called for the check, the waiter let it slip to Jeff that he was unknowingly participating in a homage to that film.
Throughout the series a particular male background extra is often used and is notable for his shoulder length brown hair. In season 2 he appears in 17 episodes and is a mainstay in Anthropology 101 with the study group. Other noteable appearances include watching Pierce bite Star-burns to start the zombie infection in "Epidemiology", drinking in the Ballroom for Troy's birthday in "Mixology Certification", he is the person Jeff makes up the monikor "Fat Neil" to, he is pushed by Britta when about to go on stage in "Intro to Political Science" and, is right behind Shirley when her water breaks in "Applied Anthropology and Culinary Arts". He appears in over 65 episodes.