'Community' stars speak about upcoming season
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Published: 9/7/2011 6:15 PM
Print this article Over it's first two seasons, "Community" has emerged as one of the most critically acclaimed comedies on TV. Despite its less-than-stellar ratings, the show has formed a significant cult following and stars Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs recently sat down with The Huffington Post to reveal some details about the upcoming season.
McHale, who plays the wise-cracking former-lawyer Jeff Winger, revealed that show creator Dan Harmon has a lot of turmoil in store for his character this year, especially when it comes to his personal relationships.
"Because he came into the series being wildly arrogant and selfish, those were broken down a little bit last year as he really began to care about the group, and I think he will be faced with a lot of the things that he ignored, such as father issues and his relationship to women and things like that," McHale told the news source.
As the late-20s burnout Britta, played by Jacobs, fans of the show should expect to see her trying to find a more stable path in life.
The third season of "Community" debuts on September 22, and anybody who is a fan of the show may want to watch similar series including "How I Met Your Mother" and "30 Rock."
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