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A romantic spark between the two would appear periodically, but it was pushed really hard in season three and likely would've existed in season four regardless.And we probably wouldn't have dug it, even if Harmon had remained showrunner.
No one character was nearly as iconic as the show itself and what it represented.That's because the show's most compelling narrative was that of the show itself.Somewhere in the middle of the second season, the idea of how Community was revolutionizing television (which it was) became more important than any of the show’s actual characters.Britta and Troy's relationship feels out of character for both of them.It might've made sense in early season one, when both were partly defined by the front they put on (this peaked at the dance recital episode), but that part of each of their characters basically vanished.Britta is someone who's trying to finally be an adult member of society, while also staying true to her rebelliousness — dating a younger and, let's say, simple guy like Troy doesn't fit into that.
(Also, Britta is hypothetically about ten years older than Troy.
Are we finally seeing problems that had been there all along?
Each of this season’s five episodes has had a big conceptual hook.
Three weeks ago, Vulture’s TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz wrote about his frustrations with the current season of Community: "It’s still a good show, but it doesn’t give me that anticipatory buzz that defines a really great series, that joyous anxiety born from being continually, often delightfully surprised." And after the first five episodes, the prevailing sense is that Seitz is very much correct — the show is not as good as it once was.
However, what if this season's fundamental flaws have actually been part of the show’s DNA the entire time but we were too distracted to notice?
And they've done a solid, if not good, job trying to re-create that show.