‘Community’ Spoofs ‘Pulp Fiction’ In a Sneak Peek of Tonight’s Episode

Right after the announcement that one of our favorite shows on NBC, Community, is getting a third season, we’ve got something even more exciting as the show is doing an entire episode dedicated to Pulp Fiction tonight. And make no mistake, this one looks to be right up there with the classic chicken and paintball episodes.

From NBC:

On Community, our favorite study group puts down the chicken fingers and grabs a royale with cheese. In this clip you can get your first look Abed’s “Pulp Fiction” themed birthday party featuring Shirley with facial hair, Britta in a wig, and Pierce in a… well, you’ll just have to see what Pierce is decked out in.

Check out the very brief sneak peek after the jump. Catch an all-new Community tonight at 8/7C on NBC.

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  • Catherine
    March 25, 2011 at 7:40 am

    The best of the series. Yes–it topped the paint ball episode. The Pulp Fiction show was beyond bizarre. This is not a sit-com to kick back and watch. Sit up straight and pay attention.This show is jam packed with clever lines. I love it.

    • Chris Ullrich
      March 26, 2011 at 2:31 am

      Could not agree more. Great episode. Great show.

    • Chris Ullrich
      March 26, 2011 at 2:31 am

      Could not agree more. Great episode. Great show.

  • IceRain
    March 25, 2011 at 6:42 am

    it seems really funny
    ease me so much

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