While still not living up to the show’s pre-season four quality level, “Basic Human Anatomy” certainly managed to improve upon last week’s disappointing outing and even managed to save some time for the ever elusive (during this season) examination of its characters. There was a lot to love this week, and it helps that, on paper, this episode had a lot going for it from the beginning. It is Oscar-winning writer Jim
Spoilers ahead. Watch on Hulu and NBC.com. Following the relatively strong “Economics of Marine Biology” two weeks ago, it seems with “Herstory of Dance” that this Dan Harmon-less season of Community is finally starting to stand on its own two feet. Rarely during this episode was I reminded that I wasn’t laughing, which is something I can’t say for some of the earlier episodes this season. There were plenty of moments
If you haven’t seen Community yet, you’re missing out on something special. Despite a disappointing decline in quality in Season 4 after Dan Harmon’s exit, the show’s first three seasons were a gem of character development and comedy writing the kind of which rarely makes its way to the small screen. Since its premier in 2009, Community has been stretching the limits of what network TV comedies can do. Here’s three reasons Community is the best comedy on network TV.