But not everyone is behaving — looks like Jeff and Britta get a little bit wasted. Alison Brie: “They get drunk.”
Danny Pudi: “Surprise, surprise — did you see them on Troy’s 21st birthday? They’re the ones, every time it’s someone else’s day, they get sloshed.”
Gillian Jacobs: “Duh. Britta and Jeff, ego, alcohol, insecurity, daddy issues all combined … at a wedding.”
Joel McHale: “Crazy, huh? Jeff’s got some issues. A lot of alcohol, a lot of pent up memories. Amid his in a drunken stupor, he goes back to his childhood memories. I think it’s a crack in the shell … he knows it, but he doesn’t want to face it. But not much comes out after this. That’s what’s so great about Dan is he only lets it out a little bit at a time. It’s not like, ‘And now I’m changed!’”
'Community' threw fans a curveball last week with the reveal that Jeff (Joel McHale) and Britta (Gillian Jacobs) had been secretly hooking up again, and this time it went on for a while.
Thanks to the amazingly imaginative flashback theme of the episode, we even got to see bits and pieces of their relationship — which of course, is already off again since it’s not nearly as fun messing around when people know about it.
I caught up with McHale and Jacobs to hear about this week’s big episode (Thurs., April 28, 8PM ET on NBC), titled ‘Applied Anthropology & Culinary Arts,’ which features the birth of Shirley’s baby, finally solving the who’s-the-daddy mystery.
But, of course, it doesn’t happen without a few snags: “We are kind of trapped there for reasons which we’re not going to tell you right here right now,” McHale teased. Could Shirley’s baby actually be born in the same spot where Betty White almost killed Jeff Winger? I love this show.
We also dished about Britta being “a huge slut,” a couple of Christopher Nolan movies, the big two-part paintball finale and “dreamy” guest star Josh Holloway. Keep reading for more …