When Community first came on air, it seemed like just a run-of-the-mill sitcom. But soon thereafter, it became clear that the show was something much, much more.
Despite its banal premise, The Office provided an escapist allure through a well-balanced dichotomy of hopefulness and helplessness. And even years after the series ended, fans continue to follow the tumultuous lives of the employees at Dunder Mifflin.
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There's a special feeling that comes from knowing that others around you have been to the same places you've been and felt the same way you felt. But just how much of a city can be replaced before it ceases to be the same community you know and love?
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