Joel McHale, Community


Dancing and fighting and unicorns, oh my!

That's what fans can expect in exactly three weeks when Community finally returns for its delayed fourth season on Feb. 7. At least, that's what leading man Joel McHale says fans can expect in this exclusive first look video we have of the new season, which teases a lot of Britta (Gillian Jacobs) and Troy (Donald Glover) action, the return of Asian Annie, and more!

So what are you waiting for? It's time to bask in the glow of new Community footage.

You thought you were excited for Community's return? That's nothing compared to the cast's joy over finally being back on the air. "The biggest compliment anyone can give me about the show is: 'You guys must have a lot of fun,'" Ken Jeong says in the exclusive clip, which teases the study group's senior (sniff!) year. "I can't believe I get to do this stuff," McHale admits, while Yvette Nicole Brown gushes, "I can't even quantify how amazing it is." 

In the season premiere, "History 101," Jeff (McHale) is focused on graduating early (well, is it really considered early if you're over the age of 30?) and is just a few credits away, while Britta tries to help Abed (Danny Pudi) deal with his anxiety over the thought of our beloved study group graduating and breaking up. And, of course, Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) institutes an elaborate physical competition (Think The Hunger Games!) when there is a mix-up with a history class registration. Oh Greendale, how we've missed your crazy shenanigans!

And if that wasn't enough goodness for ya, there's always this: "Troy and Abed back from summer!"

Community returns Thursday, Feb. 7, at 8 p.m. on NBC.

(NBC and E! are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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