TV: Community 3.16 “Virtual Systems Analysis” Best Lines

Posted: April 23, 2012 in Best Lines, Television
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Community 3.16 “Virtual Systems Analysis” (***1/2) — When Annie convinces Abed to let her spend some time with him in the Dreamatorium, what starts as an innocent simulation of “Inspector Spacetime” becomes a more serious examination of the study group members. You have to hand it to the writers of this show to keep up the insane creativity and taking chances on a weekly basis.

“I use a pneumonic device. Kevin, Please Come Over For Gay Sex.” — Pierce
“Why wouldn’t you use Karen?” — Annie
“Cause it’s gay sex, dummy.” — Pierce
“Why wouldn’t you use ‘great’?” — Shirley

“Three hours? I could watch the first half of three movies.” — Pierce

“I can’t go to Senor Kevin. The manager and I are enemies. He said Die Hard was bad. He said Die Hard was bad.” — Abed

“Is this a social cue?” — Abed

“I don’t usually support lunch because it’s unfair to breakfast.” — Abed, pretending to be Britta

“Right, I’m stupid.” — Annie
“Not stupid. Just less able to see what I see.” — Abed

“And another thing I hate Die Hard. Two FBI agents named Johnson? Come on!” — Senor Kevin manager

:::Abed pretending to be Troy and Britta kissing:::

“I cried during About a Boy. The soundtrack.” — Troy

“I use comparisons about Hitler to win arguments on the Internet.” — Troy

“I didn’t get Inception. I didn’t get Inception. There’s so many layers!” — Troy

“Maybe the dreamatorium really works. Or maybe Leonard was watching in the bushes and told Abed about it.” — Jeff
“I don’t have cable.” — Leonard

“Look at 2001. Did we have a space odyssey? We got snowboarding in the Olympics and we over-validated Carson Daly.” — Annie

“Sounds like this has been a game-changing day for all of us. I almost sat on my balls, but at the last second, I made an adjustment.” — Pierce

“Okay. I didn’t avoid sitting on them. I sat right on them. Hurt like hell. I saw eagles.” — Pierce

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