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We come back to a scene – that if we’re being real sticklers about the whole Jeff’s dream thing – must be taking place in and even less conscious part of the hospitalized Winger’s brain.
Cobra Commander (guest voice Rob Schrab, who also directed this episode) is eulogizing Destro when he is interrupted by Dean Pelton’s avatar via Cobra Communicator.
Despite his retreat into nostalgia-land, Wingman’s adult mind still won’t let him not believe in death, so instead of providing suppressing fire during the escape, he murders the cartoons trying to contain him and his imaginary friends.
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He can’t just have the Cobra terrorists of his bygone thirties team up with the G. Joe of his idealized childhood into some sort of emotional Jobra Jeff. Wingman hijacks a his signature Wingpack and attempts to escape to reality, but Cobra Commander doesn’t want to miss this opportunity to escape the cage of Jeff’s mind and see what boobs really look like. The call to action on the final commercial segment puts a button on the lesson (“Everyone dies eventually”) and Jeff wakes up in the hospital bed we expected him to be in.
The escape is a fun climax to the commercial aspect of the episode, with a child actor playing the role of an unknowing gate keeper between reality and an excellent 20 minute G. A classic sitcom hospital confessional ending happens with a few laughs and in the credits Fourth Wall and Buzz Kill send up a G. Joe public service announcement about the messages of heavy handed cartoons on tiny gen-Xers.“G. Jeff” features amazing, period style animation that perfectly parodies the referenced material (right down to the grainy picture quality), while also taking exciting risks with the storytelling potential of fake action figure commercials. For an episode of though, stories that rely on this much suspension of disbelief can only truly stand up to the show’s high standard of quality if the whole Greendale team is working together in imagining the altered reality.
It is almost fully animated, courtesy of his animation house, Starburns Industries (who are normally responsible for bringing Harmon’s other current show, Adult Swim’s , to life), and filled to the brim with nostalgia and meta-humour.“G. Jeff” opens in the middle of a Cobra attack on the Taj Mahal and immediately we see why – no matter what you might end up thinking about the coming 20 minutes – has already reset the bar for tribute episodes.
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There is always missed potential when the characters of a show are divorced from consequence and in a show with such a lovable cast, making most of them figments of another’s imagination leaves an episode hollow. Jeff best: everybody can remember that happening (that’s why they silence him), but nobody other than Jeff will ever even know about the Submachoppter.80s cartoons • Abed • Abed Nadir • Alison Brie • animation • Annie Edison • Ben Chang • Britta Perry • Buzz Hickey • cartoons • Chang • Chevy Chase • Childish Gambino • Childish Tycoon • comedy • Community • Dan Harmon • Danny Pudi • David Cross • Dean • Dean Craig Pelton • Dean Pelton • Donald Glover • Duke • Episode 11 • episode 5.11 • Episode eleven • G.
In the final scene Abed interjects with, “Remember that christmas when I-” referring to the last time the show did something this ambitious a claymation episode.
Back in prison, where the characters are all for sure being conceptualized by Jeff’s ego, a cartoon version of Dan Harmon is chatting up Tight Ship, explaining how one develops his trademark breathing condition, as one of the inmates details his in-progress escape plan that involved -ing the wall in his cell, eating the dirt, and listening to enough Smash Mouth that the band poster covering up the tunnel out wouldn’t look suspicious.
Cobra destroys the wall next to the tunnel, and that’s how the inmates escape.