Alison Brie, Community


Community is declaring a state of emergency!

While last week was a dramatic, emotional tear-jerker of an episode, in which Troy (Donald Glover) sailed off into the sunset (from Colorado, somehow!) with his idol, LeVar Burton, after playing an intense game of Hot Lava with the entire school (Uh yeah, when is registration for next year?), it seems like this week's Community is back to business as usual.

Plus, if we're to read anything into this exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from the NBC sitcom, this week's Community could also be the Annie-est thing to have ever Annie-d.

In episode six of Community: Between the Takes, Alison Brie takes us on a cute little tour of "The Task Wall," a star (post-it-note)-studded wall divided into "to do" and "done" lists. The wall, as Brie explains, was created by Annie in order to assist the Save Greendale Committee in their attempts to do some good in the school. 

Community's art department has always gone a bit above and beyond to create the often very detailed background of Greendale Community College, and that's no different here. Some tasks on the "to do" list include "remove racist stained glass" and "remove mercury from classroom walls," which doesn't really help us feel any less concerned for the health and safety of our favorite college students than we usually do.

In the episode, "Analysis of Cork-Based Networking," Annie springs in action about getting the cafeteria ready for the midterm dance and teams up with Professor Hickey (Jonathan Banks) to get it down. But she finds trouble in the form of several guest stars, including Nathan Fillion, Kumail Nanjiani and Paget Brewster.

Check out the exclusive clip above, and tune in tomorrow for an all-new episode of Community, which airs on NBC at 8 p.m.

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