Advanced Introduction to Finality - S4-E13

Continuity mistake: In episode 11 of Season 4, it was stated that Leonard got an A in 1968, then opted for pass/fail to have the highest GPA in the college. In the final scene of this episode, however, it shows Greendale college as being established in 1974.

Advanced Documentary Filmmaking - S4-E6

Continuity mistake: Abed is making a documentary, and we see the fact that there are two cameras throughout the episode, so they are definitely acknowledged. However, in the scene at the trout fisherman's house, there is someone filming behind Annie and Troy and towards Annie and Troy. The problem being that whenever it shows Annie and Troy in front, there is no cameraman behind them, but when it cuts to behind them again there is somebody there filming.


Economics of Marine Biology - S4-E7

Continuity mistake: A barber is adjusting Jeff's collar when Pierce begins to talk about the country clubs he belongs to. In the next shot, there are no hands touching Jeff's collar and in the shot after that, his collar is completely covered by the barber's cape, with no barber behind him anymore. (00:20:30)


Advanced Documentary Filmmaking - S4-E6

Continuity mistake: When the group is making posters for the MacGuffin Institute meeting, Annie holds up a poster saying "Welcome Archie" to show off name brand glitter but the character of Archie isn't introduced until the next episode (in which the banner shows up again). (00:03:11)

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Comparative Religion - S1-E12

Jeff Winger: To me, religion is like Paul Rudd. I see the appeal, and I would never take it away from anyone. But I would also never stand in line for it.

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Analysis of Cork-Based Networking - S5-E6

Trivia: Actress Paget Brewster appears in this episode as an IT lady named "Debra Chambers." Brewster was eventually cast as a different character during season six named "Frankie Dart." In one season six episode, the character Dart mentions being unable to get ahold of the school's IT worker- a very subtle joke in reference to the character she played a year prior.

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Laws of Robotics & Party Rights - S6-E5

Question: Something I don't get... If Willy the prisoner is not really a killer, as revealed in the climax, then why did he try to literally kill Jeff earlier? It goes against the whole joke of the episode - that Willy is actually a fairly harmless fraud who never actually killed anyone despite his claims. He was just sort-of a loser who built a mystique around the fact he was (wrongfully) convicted of murder. The fact that he did try to kill Jeff therefore just doesn't quite add up in my head.

Answer: His attempt to "kill" Jeff was to roll at him as an iPad on a stick. He knew it wouldn't work, but it played to the story that he was a killer as he knew Jeff would tell people about it, or attempt to retaliate for it.

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