Allison Brie is the gifted actress who doubletimes her skills playing completely different roles on two much loved TV series. We’ve brought it up before on the WOW Report that she’s both Annie Edison on Community and Trudy Campbell on Mad Men. And we mention it again now because we found this delightfully sexy gif of her and we’re not sure who she is in it. Is she Annie or Trudy or a totally different third character?
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This week it was a black-and-white TV housewife from the 1950s in honor of the Sadie Hawkins dance at the junior college. (Sorry for the poor res.)
The entire gang is back and they all look even more heavenly insane than before. At left, the two-minute trailer.
Very good news. The brilliant but shelved show will make its triumphant return to NBC’s must-see Thursdays on March 15, smack in the 8PM slot. 30 Rock will move to 8:30, followed by The Office and Up All Night. Parks & Recreation, now airing at 8:30, will take a break after its March 8 episode and return April 19 to finish its run after Up All Night wraps its season. Got that? NBC had considered moving Community to a new time slot to avoid it going up against the CBS hit-sit The Big Bang Theory, but decided against it.
On last night’s musical episode of Community, Abed and Troy try and convince Pierce to join the Glee club by appealing to his Baby Boomer vanity. And it becomes an instant classic.
SITuation COMmunity. Two weeks after NBC announced it was definitely canceling the beloved-but-ratings-poor series Community, industry mag TV Guide is featuring the show’s cast on three – count ‘em – three separate (collectible) covers of its December 1 issue. The shelved show won the mag’s annual Fan Favorite poll, receiving 300,000 votes from readers, beating out such other faves as Dexter and Game of Thrones. (TV Guide)
For our fourth year, World of Wonder volunteers have been happy to serve a Thanksgiving meal at the Jeff Griffith Youth Center. Jeff Griffith is operated by the LA Gay & Lesbian Center and offers a multitude of services, including hot meals, GED programs, job placement, healthcare, and showers to some of the city’s thousands of homeless LGBT youth. We are big fans of their work! Find out here how you can offer them your support. More photos after the jump.