Digital Short: 100th Digital Short
Digital Short: 100th Digital Short
Community Episode 9: Grifting 101
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The digital short crew celebrates their 100th edition celebrating all of their classics.
When a clever clever con man, Professor DeSalvo, (guest star Matt Berry) uses his class to cheat the study group, they enlist Jeff (Joel McHale) to get revenge. The situation goes awry as Britta (Gillian Jacobs) and Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) get involved in Jeff and Professor DeSalvo’s scamming competition. Danny Pudi, Alison Brie and Ken Jeong also star.
“This reminds me of calculus more than a language.”
Sofia Vergara and Jimmy Fallon were teammates during a game of Catchphrase where Sofia admitted to the Tonight Show host that she likes to sleep in the nude. The word that Sofia was trying to get Jimmy to guess was 'birthday suit,' and her clue of "My outfit for sleeping," left little to the imagination. Jimmy had a hard time comprehending what the actress was talking about guessing, "Flannel pajamas?" Sofia changed gears trying to get Jimmy back on track but her clue of, "What do you wear when you’re born?" only confused him further, leading him to guess, "Oh a diaper." The two had an easier time guessing other words, even if it took Sofia a moment to translate 'ladybug' from Spanish to English. With the game coming down to the wire, Sofia gave her teammate a final clue to the final word saying, "Where the girls in America go when they’re thirsty after work." "Happy hour!" Jimmy shouted for the win. Jimmy had a hard time comprehending what the actress was talking about guessing, “Flannel pajamas?” Sofia changed gears trying to get Jimmy back on track but her clue of, “What do you wear when you're born?” only confused him further, leading him to guess, “Oh a diaper.” The two had an easier time guessing other words, even if it took Sofia a second to translate ‘ladybug’ from Spanish to English. With the game coming down to the wire, Sofia gave one final clue to her teammate, “Where the girls in America go when they're thirsty after work.” “Happy hour!” Jimmy shouted for the win.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina announced she will be seeking the Republican nomination for President on Monday but she's already dealing with an early stumbling block. Fiorina's campaign staff neglected to register the domain name CarlyFiorina.org. It was instead purchased by Mike Link, an employee of the Democratic Party-supported Service Employees International Union. Link is using the site to illustrate the 30,000 people she laid off while running Hewlett-Packard. In the past, like in a recent interview with Yahoo's Katie Couric, she defended the layoffs, saying they were a "terrible decision to have to make,” yet were necessary to “transform a company from failing to succeeding.” On Late Night with Seth Meyers, she described the website showcasing the layoffs she called for "pretty funny," and told the host that she had registered SethMeyers.org, needling him for how "cheap" it was.
It's time for a road trip with the study group! Get an early look in this preview of episode 10 from Community season six.
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Community Episode 3: Basic Crisis Room Decorum
Community Episode 4: Queer Studies and Advanced Waxing
Community Episode 5: Laws of Robotics and Party Rights
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