Community - Season 2 Episodes
Community - Season 2
The cast of COMMUNITY gets schooled by legendary award-winning guest star Betty White - As classes resume at Greendale Community College for the fall, the "Community" study group gathers to tackle this year's big class, "Anthropology 101." Betty White guest stars as the esteemed, but slightly unhinged anthropology professor, June Bauer. Jeff Winger (Joel McHale), struggles to establish decorum with Britta (Gillian Jacobs) and Annie (Alison Brie) amidst the confusion that ensued at the season finale's "Transfer Dance," when Britta professed her love for Jeff and Jeff later shared a secret kiss with Annie. Meanwhile, Senor Chang (Ken Jeong) decides to enroll as a student at Greendale Community College so that he too, can join the study group.
As classes resume at Greendale Community College for the fall, the “Community” study group gathers to tackle this year’s big class, “Anthropology 101. ” Television icon and multiple Emmy Award-winner Betty White (“The Golden Girls”) guest stars as the esteemed, but slightly unhinged anthropology professor, June Bauer. Jeff Winger (Joel McHale), struggles to establish decorum with Britta (Gillian Jacobs) and Annie (Alison Brie) amidst the confusion that ensued at the season finale’s “Transfer Dance,” when Britta professed her love for Jeff and Jeff later shared a secret kiss with Annie. Meanwhile, Señor Chang (Ken Jeong) decides to enroll as a student at Greendale Community College so that he too, can join the study group.
“Accounting for Lawyers”
Jeff takes a trip down memory lane when he runs into a former law firm colleague.
“The Psychology of Letting Go”
Pierce deals with the death of his mother as the gang comforts him through the ordeal.
“Basic Rocket Science”
Greendale Community College joins the space race when the school gets its first flight simulator.
“Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples”
Shirley and Abed quarrel over a film while Pierce joins a gang of elderly rebels.
Pierce and a few other Greendale students ingest a biohazardous substance at GCC's Halloween Party, causing them to exhibit flu-like symptoms and turn into zombies. It's up to the rest of the gang to save themselves and the school.
“Aerodynamics of Gender”
Abed finds his inner mean girl, while Jeff and Troy stumble upon a secret garden at GCC.
It's a lockdown in the study room when Annie's purple pen goes missing and she suspects a member of the group took it.
“Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design”
Jeff Winger is on the hot seat when it appears he's fabricated a class for credit.
It's Troy's birthday and the gang takes him out to celebrate.
“Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas”
The meaning of Christmas is lost and Abed's intense fixation on the holiday concerns the group in this special stop-motion animation episode.
“Asian Population Studies”
Annie returns from break to find that her crush, Rich the doctor, has enrolled at Greendale Community College. A heated debate ensues about whether to add Rich and/or Senor Chang to the study group.
The gang helps perform an anti-drug play at a local middle school.
“Advanced Dungeons & Dragons”
The study group takes a journey into the dark world of Dungeons & Dragons with Abed at the helm. When Jeff (Joel McHale) becomes concerned about “Fat Neil,” (Guest Star Charley Koontz, “Gigantic”) a fellow Greendale student who’s a bit of a loner, the gang invites him to play a game of Dungeons & Dragons to boost his spirits and his confidence. But when Pierce (Chevy Chase) discovers he’s been excluded, he forces his way into the game and takes charge, disrupting their delicate plan.
“Early 21st Century Romanticism”
Troy and Abed compete for the attentions of the college librarian, while Britta strives to be progressive and befriends a fellow female student whom she believes is gay. Meanwhile, Jeff finds himself reluctantly hosting an impromptu party at his apartment.
“Intermediate Documentary Filmmaking”
Pierce ends up in the hospital after ingesting mysterious pills and believes he's dying. The study group gathers at his bedside as he imparts his "final" words of wisdom and shares specially chosen gifts.
“Intro to Political Science”
As the school prepares for the Vice President's visit, Dean Pelton organizes the first student elections. Annie, who is determined to win, is pitted in a tough battle against Jeff. Meanwhile, Abed has noticed Secret Service agents casing the school.
“Custody Law and Eastern European Diplomacy”
Shirley holds a baby shower and tells the group that she and Andre will raise her child, even if Chang is the father. When Chang goes too far to prove he'd make a good father, Shirley finds a way to throw him in prison.
“Critical Film Studies”
Jeff plans a "Pulp Fiction"-style surprise party for Abed, but things don't go exactly as planned.
“Competitive Wine Tasting”
The study group chooses spring electives; a beautiful Chinese woman has designs on Pierce.
“Paradigms of Human Memory”
The crew takes a bumpy ride down memory lane when they find items Annie's Boobs has stolen.
“Applied Anthropology and Culinary Arts”
Shirley goes into labor while taking her anthropology exam!
“A Fistful of Paintballs (1)”
As the Greendale student body enjoys their year-end picnic, Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) announces plans for a small, quick, safe game of paintball. As the game heats up, alliances are formed – and broken – and friendships are put to the test. When a mysterious and threatening figure emerges on the Greendale campus (Josh Holloway, “Lost”), it becomes apparent that this is no ordinary game of paintball.
“For a Few Paintballs More (2)”
As the Greendale year-end paintball extravaganza continues, the game takes a dramatic turn with new intruders arriving on the scene. The study group battles it out on various fronts and despite their arguments over strategy – they are all in agreement that they must unite to defeat the enemy.