Synopsis: "Community" is a smart, exuberant comedy that was consistently ranked as one of the most inventive and original half hours on television. This ensemble comedy centers on a tight-knit group of friends who all met at what is possibly the world's worst educational institution -Greendale Community College.
Main Features: I was about a season and a half late to the "Community" party, but I was ever so glad to have made it. I was instantly hooked. Meta, self-referential, pop culture-infused is my bread and butter. When I originally started watching, I binged the entire first season in two days. It is so smart, with such a wide range of talented individuals, especially Danny Pudi. His Abed is what Sheldon of "Big Bang Theory" wishes he could be. The show criminally ignored by awards (save a lone Writing nomination for the brilliant "Remedial Chaos Theory" episode of season 3) and audiences. Mill Creek's Blu-ray release isn't the best of HD quality--some episodes even look upscaled--but it didn't bother me much. A bundled package of one of my favorite TV shows is grand enough.
Special Features: If you own the other past seasons on DVD, that is all to report here. Nothing new. It appears some previous bonuses were even removed (possibly due to copyright problems, when the series moved from Sony TV to Yahoo?). Still, the show is its own special feature
Final Call: Despite the pros & cons, "Community" as a complete series Blu-ray set is coolcoolcool.