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Harmon clearly didn't have a very positive outlook when he finally watched the season himself, and the ensuing rant on his Harmontown podcast was extensively transcribed and quoted out of context in the online press.
He has since apologised for the outburst, saying that it probably sounded very “un-Community” to the fans who had continued to support the show through to its fifth season.
They waited too long to come forward and now they feel bad. We have to accept that no one has the pen, don't we? [Pierce raises his hand, and everyone points at him in an accusative way. [Jeff puts his phone to his ear] Jeff Winger: Gwynnifer?
So, pen thief, we understand what happened, and we forgive you. Jeff Winger: Right, but here's the trick: Because this person now has no reason not to come forward, if by some chance, I get to the count of three and nobody comes forward, guess what. Jeff Winger: Yeah, tell it to the pen you might have.
They wouldn't let me jump from window to window, although I don't know why not! I didn't act with Brie too much, because she's mostly with Abed in that episode. Alison Brie said it was your idea to have the video about the show not debuting in the fall, how October 19 is a day to celebrate, and I think I know why. [Laughs.] Because October 19 is also your birthday. That was a sheer coincidence — I'm not that narcissistic!
This is a normal day with a bunch of friends who are done studying and a pen maybe rolled away. For those of us more acclimatised to the volatile behind-the-scenes situation on the NBC show, you might remember that there was a season there where series creator and showrunner Dan Harmon was fired, only to be re-hired the following year in an unprecedented turnaround by the network.With Harmon reinstated, season four looks even more like a blip.Britta Perry: [while reading Abed's notebook] Oh my God, are you charting our menstral cycles? Britta Perry: [after searching Shirley's bag] Is this what you were trying to hide, Shirley? Jeff Winger: And more importantly, are they seriously marketing pregnancy tests to black women?