'Community'

For this season, "Introduction to Advanced Finality" was a perfectly good episode. It told a story, and there were a few funny jokes along the way. Unfortunately, this is not the standard to which we hold "Community." When you consider the paintball episodes and full-on insanity that ended the previous few season, Season 4's ender pales in comparison. At least the show didn't commit a cardinal sin by making the Darkest Timeline real. That would have literally destroyed the whole show.
<br><Br>-- <i><a href="http://twitter.com/DocBrown_TV">Laurel Brown</a>, <a href="http://www.zap2it.com">Zap2it</a></i>

( NBC / May 21, 2013 )

For this season, "Introduction to Advanced Finality" was a perfectly good episode. It told a story, and there were a few funny jokes along the way. Unfortunately, this is not the standard to which we hold "Community." When you consider the paintball episodes and full-on insanity that ended the previous few season, Season 4's ender pales in comparison. At least the show didn't commit a cardinal sin by making the Darkest Timeline real. That would have literally destroyed the whole show.

-- Laurel Brown, Zap2it

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