|The Eleven Herbs & Space Experience was a Winnebago turned space simulator. It was sponsored by Kentucky fried Chicken and used as a special attraction at the Greendale County Museum back in the 1980's. It was salvaged by Greendale in 2010 in an attempt to start a space simulator program before their rival school City College did. Dean Pelton enlists the study group's help in order to get the EH11EX back in top form, but unbeknownst to him, there was a mole within the group whose job was to make sure that didn't happen. Its first appearance was in the Season Two episode "Basic Rocket Science".|
In the study group's second year at Greendale, City College's plan to start a simulated space program was discovered by Dean Pelton. He had a secret meeting with representatives of the school board including Richie Countee and told them he had a plan to one up their rival school. Greendale would start their own space simulator program using the The Eleven Herbs & Space Experience. The board members were skeptical after seeing how dilapidated the former museum attraction had become. Dean Pelton assured them that he had a crew in mind who would clean it up in time. Later outside in the parking lot, Pelton met up with the study group to make sure they understood their assignment.
He also made clear why he chose them for this duty as he was punishing them for having submitted the winning entry of the new school logo which resembled an anus. Abed asked if they could go inside the EH11EX after they finished but the Dean angrily told them no. Pelton then reminded them it had to be cleaned before the 3:00 press conference he arranged for its official launch. After he left, Britta reminisced about high school field trips to the EH11EX where students would sneak on board for extracurricular activities. Annie suggested they all get some coffee before starting unaware that Troy and Abed had already entered the Winnebago. The rest of the study group followed ignoring Annie's protests. Upon entering they found the inside of the vehicle to be as disheveled as it's exterior.