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Everybody knows that Season 4 is a horrific, unfunny, borderline un-watchable mess. By any standards, it relies too heavily on puns and character stereotypes, but when compared to the last three seasons it really starts to falter. What's even worse is that, despite all the sheer awfulness, they still managed to come up with a few creative ideas that were STILL treated wrong. Dan Harmon, you were sorrily missed here.
I really liked Brie Larson in it though.
In it's third season, Community aimed much, much higher in it's concepts and execution. The results were enormously satisfying. Just as fresh, funny and off the wall as ever, this season was just as memorable as the last two. Also, I may or may not have full on cried towards the end.
If Season 1 cemented Community as one of the better comedies on TV, Season 2 took it over the top and made it the best. With more emotional heft, more creativity and more bizarre antics, Dan Harmon's Community excels at putting on one hell of a show, with some of TV's most lovable characters.
Like any TV show worth watching, you have to be patient with Season 1 for a good few episodes. Let it find it's footing, get comfy and get weird. By the time Community Season 1 kicks into high gear, you'll be having so much fun it's absurd. Great stuff.