In the study group's first year at Greendale, Jeff was looking forward to a billiards class he had signed up for. Unfortunately, the instructor Coach Bogner insisted that all his students wear the school uniform for the class which included a t-shirt and shorts. Uncomfortable in the outfit, particularly the shorts, Jeff refused to wear it and got kicked out of class by Bogner who was disgusted by his vanity. Later on, Jeff has an epiphany thanks to Abed and becomes more comfortable with the idea of wearing the shorts. He puts them on and goes to the student lounge in order to challenge the Coach to a one-on-one game of pool. Bogner offers that if he wins he will be allowed to wear whatever he wants to class. Warren Zevon's song "Werewolves of London" is heard as Jeff and Coach Bogner start their game.
The song with lyricsEdit
The Color of MoneyEditThe song Werewolves of London is best known for it's use in the 1986 movie "The Color of Money", a sequel of sorts to the 1961 movie "The Hustler". Both films were about pool hustlers and Paul Newman reprised his role from the earlier film "Fast Eddie Felson" and joined Tom Cruise for the 1986 film. In the scene the song plays in, Tom Cruise's character Vincent plays a game in a bar while arrogantly taunting his opponent throughout the game. Jeff taunts Bogner in a similar way during their pool game.