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I became obsessed with the show especially due to the amazingly realistic characters and depiction of relationship these two shared. I literally. Jeff and Annie both wrestle with their romantic impulses towards Jeff has a difficult relationship with his accounting, billiards, and. Dan Harmon Talks 'Community' Cast Shake-Ups, Changes for Yahoo and a expanding beloved characters and relationships and how he views the future of the . Let's talk about Jeff and Annie (Alison Brie) for a minute.
Annie is the one that could persuade Jeff to join the Glee club by putting on a private performance for him. Season four shows us that they are still just friends, although you can see them build it more - from trying to do a couple costume  to pretending to be married during the Inspecticon,  where Annie goes along with the hotel's notion she was Mrs.
Which causes her to through a drink in his face when the staff shows him flirting with some lady in the bar. Instead of completely freaking out about it when he finds out about what she did, he apologizes and states that she got one thing wrong about her fantasy - if they were married, he wouldn't be flirting with any other woman.
For the group's Christmas party,  Annie comes early and redecorates Jeff's apartment, and although he is at first questioning it, he doesn't stop her and even admits to thinking some of her ideas are a good idea.
Abed also questions them if Annie had moved in with him after seeing the change. Evil Annie and Evil Jeff are said to have a sexual relationship. In Fandom One of the major themes surrounding this couple in canon is that Jeff is reluctant to act on his attraction to Annie because of her young age.
Many fanworks are centered on Jeff overcoming this reservation or Annie getting older, making it moot. Others play up the age difference for kink purposes. Other common themes are them living together before or after getting together or Annie playing tutor to Jeff.
He breaks both of his legs in a trampoline accident after revealing a secret trampoline Jeff and Troy were hiding " Aerodynamics of Gender ". To move around, he buys himself an ineffective wheelchair powered by his breath, for which he claims to have outbid three hospitals.
After this, he grows dependent on his painkillers and also becomes increasingly at odds with the study group because of the combination of his heartless behavior and their tendency to exclude him from their activities. He begins to play the role of the study group's villain but both trends seem to subside when he comes to terms with the group after overdosing on his painkillers.
These underlying tensions come to a head in " A Fistful of Paintballs ," when it's revealed that the other members of the group secretly took a vote about whether they'd include him in the group next year, with only Annie voting to keep him in; by the end of " For a Few Paintballs More ," while the other group members have reconsidered and are willing to let him back in the group, Pierce says he's not interested in staying with "whatever this is".
He also tells the group that he assumes all of his relationships will end, which is why he constantly tests and provokes people, and why all seven of his marriages failed and he had never kept a group of friends at Greendale for longer than a semester until he joined the study group. However, at the start of Season 3, he promptly returns and rejoins the study group, having regained an overall center of relaxation.
Having always sought the approval of his even more bigoted father, Cornelius Hawthorne Larry Cedarhe becomes more uncooperative after his death " Advanced Gay ". After the board of Hawthorne Wipes subsequently fires him, he tries to open up a sandwich shop on campus with Shirley. The space for the sandwich shop is rented out instead to Subway and together, Pierce and Shirley work together to sabotage the Subway restaurant. In "Curriculum Unavailable" Shirley delivers a speech against the Subway restaurant and it is destroyed in the ensuing riot.
In "Introduction to Finality," Dean Pelton then offers the space to Shirley and Pierce, but because there is only one signature space, Pierce and Shirley file suit for the rights to the sandwich shop. He later appears in a cameo during the Season 5 premiere, " Repilot ," as a pre-recorded holographic projection in a courtyard at Greendale.
It is revealed that the hologram was donated in compliance with a court order he was "not allowed to discuss" and that he has "no legal right" to be on the Greendale campus as a result of the lawsuit.
In the Season 5 episode " Basic Intergluteal Numismatics ", Shirley reveals that Pierce has died; in the following episode, " Cooperative Polygraphy ," the group is forced to take a lie detector test in compliance with Pierce's will to prove that none of them murdered him. He leaves the group bittersweet parting words and generous gifts.
He leaves Shirley his timeshare in Florida. He also leaves each member of the study group a cylinder of his frozen sperm should they like to continue his legacy, the filling of which is revealed to have caused his death. Jim Rash Dean Craig Isadore Pelton Jim Rash recurring seasons 1—2, starring season 3—6 was an educator at Greendale for ten years, after or during which he earned a Bachelor of Education degree at the fictional Appomattox University, and has been Dean for five years.
He is described as politically correctmade evident when he changed the college mascot from the Greendale Grizzlies to the Greendale Human Beings in " Football, Feminism and You "; Pelton's politically-incorrect explanation for the change was that "most of these people have been called animals their entire lives".
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Pelton has displayed a number of quirks and eccentricities regarding his sexual orientation. He is described by Vice Dean Laybourne as a " pansexual imp" " Biology "and when once called a " fruit " by student Leonard " Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples "Pelton mentioned offhandedly that the term was "barely the whole truth. It is implied that Pelton has also used Greendale's fountain where students throw coins and make wishes to make wishes regarding Jeff, and he is shown to have adopted a litter of kittens in one episode, two of which he named "Jeffrey".
Pelton has also displayed various fetishesthe most prominent being his increasing fascination with men dressed in Dalmatian costumes during the first season, after he sees an internet video-clip featuring a man dressed in such a costume. He has also taken a habit of dressing in elaborate costume, often when going to visit the study-group. These costumes have included Tina TurnerJulius Caesar and other famous figures, in addition to more abstract costumes, such as one that was half-male and half-female.
Despite his ongoing over-the-top behavior, Pelton has on occasion shown some traces of self-doubt and confusion, once even questioning his life choices after realizing that he had gone "too far" with one of his costumes after realizing he was going to have to wear it during a trip to the bank that day, commenting to himself that he needs to "get [his] life together".
In the season six episode "Queer Studies and Advanced Waxing," Dean Pelton is recruited to the schoolboard as a token homosexual, but reveals himself as being "two-sevenths gay" and resumes his job as dean after the charade becomes too much to handle. Thereafter, he is seen more often with the group on their non-Greendale adventures, and in "Basic RV Repair and Palmistry," his friendship with the group is solidified.
At the end of the first season, however, it is revealed that he does not actually have any teaching qualifications and that, like Jeff, he will have to attend Greendale as a student in order to get a degree. He can be quite theatrical at times once even faking his own death to get a rise out of his students and also has a huge ego. His anger management issues are constantly evident, and he acts in mean spirited ways with very little stimulus; during his classes, he frequently picked on Annie for apparently no reason other than her desk was closest to where he stood while addressing his students.
It is made clear in multiple episodes that he initially takes certain situations far too seriously: In "Modern Warfare", he tries to eliminate Jeff and Britta by shooting at them with an automatic paintball gun, and later activates a bomb of paint hidden in his jacket to try to eliminate Jeff. In " Competitive Ecology ," he claims to be a "detective" of the school after being on the Security team for a month, and starts hunting for clues to solve a "case" after meeting a distressed student which in reality was just a coincidence and later burns down a section of the school while doing so.
These over-the-top personality traits veil deep issues of being left by his wife, with whom he was later reunited, although this did not hinder his rash behavior towards his students afterward. Chang has an antagonistic relationship with almost every student and faculty member at Greendale. In the first-season finale, Chang and Duncan come to blows when Chang becomes a student and Duncan is suspended from teaching, resulting in a physical battle at the end-of-the-year dance.
Though Duncan gets a restraining order against him, Chang in turn nullifies this by getting a restraining order against Duncan, thus allowing him to take his anthropology class. They seem to have formed a grudging respect for each other since. Chang on several occasions has claimed to have eaten his twin sister Connie in utero. He enjoys jetting around on a scooterplays the keytar as an instrument, and has a history of having his clothes stolen from the local YMCA.
According to Chang in "Modern Warfare", he plays paintball three times a week, and he uses his skill in the sport against Jeff and Britta. As a student, he seeks a degree in music theory so that he can use his keytar skills professionally. In the Halloween episode of season two, he and Shirley have a sexual interlude after they bond over how their costumes are misunderstood she being Glinda the Good Witch and not Miss Piggyand he being Peggy Fleming and not Kristi Yamaguchi or Michelle Kwan.
Beyond the evidence of a voicemail that Chang sent to Troy, however, no one remembers this incident due to a government coverup of the entire Halloween party. His self-proclaimed nickname is "El Tigre Chino" Spanish: His office features a portrait of him as a matador with "El Tigre" at the bottom and a statue of a tiger. In the second season, he is in the same anthropology class as the study group. In the episode " Anthropology ," after he asks the study group to let him join them, he is then seen in the study room secretly plotting his revenge on them for getting him fired, switching between evil and good sides in a manner similar to the character Gollum from The Lord of the Rings.
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He eventually joins the study group in the episode " Asian Population Studies " after being voted in over Rich. He proves his worth in the next episode helping Annie and the group save their drug awareness play from Pierce's antics.
Chang wants to get to know Shirley after he finds out that he may have impregnated her on Halloween, a night which no one at Greendale can remember. His rescue of Annie initially seems to win over Shirley, however she is visibly disturbed to see his extremely unbalanced behavior. He later moves in with Jeff after his wife throws him out again after he confesses about his fling with Shirley but Jeff grows sick of his stupid, unbalanced behavior and finally orders him out.
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However, his behavior in helping Shirley when she goes into labor during a riot at Greendale wins her over to the point that after the baby whose father is Shirley's former husband Andre is born, she decides to name her newborn son Ben after him.
In the third-season premiere, Chang is still homeless, and has taken to living in the air ducts on the Greendale campus. When Dean Pelton discovers this by Chang being driven into his office during the pest-control operationhe offers Chang room and board in exchange for working as a security guard.
When the rest of the security staff soon quits, including Sgt. He is not good at his job and the school cannot afford more manpower an offer of a random credit for student volunteers produces no results but at an off-campus bar mitzvah, Chang strikes up a friendship with a gaggle of pre-teens and somehow recruits them into his ranks as the "Changlorious Basterds" described in " Pillows and Blankets " as being "like Inglourious Basterdsbut with 'Chang' instead of 'In'".
Both Chang and his "Changlorious Basterds" take part in the massive pillow fight at Greendale that is the result of Abed and Troy's conflict over a world record. Later, after the death of Alex "Starburns" Osborne, Chang requests increased privileges as head of Greendale security from the dean, who initially refuses his request. However, after a riot, caused by the study group, breaks out at Starburns' wake, Chang and his security team now dressed in riot gear and equipped with batons and pepper spray subdue the student body and restore order to Greendale, with Chang self-titling himself as General and calling the study group his "prisoners" for inciting the event.
Dean Pelton, in the wake of the riot, decides to fire Ben and pin the blame for causing the damage to the school on him. The fake dean, under the orders of Chang, supports the school board at the trial against Jeff and the study group who have been dubbed "The Greendale Seven", and the study group is expelled.
With the study group gone, Chang takes over Greendale, installing his "Changlorious Basterds" as school-wide security officers and keeping the real Dean under heavy security. At a group therapy session, originally meant for Abed only, the study group are told by the therapist that Greendale does not exist and the past three years of their life have been delusions while they have lived in a mental hospital. The study group originally believes the therapist, but quickly realize his lies when he is found trying to escape out a window and pointing out that they have backpacks and photos from the school.
It is exposed that Chang hired the therapist to dissuade them from ever trying to return, and with this knowledge, the Greendale Seven vow to get their school back.
After gaining intel on the inner workings of Chang's rule over Greendale, the study group plan an "elaborate heist," attempting to rescue the real dean and expose Chang to the school board. While it originally looks as if the heist has failed, Chang realizes the study group has fooled him, and the failed plan was merely part of a larger plan that succeeds. However, Chang realizes the true plan in time, and stops the study group from leaving.
He explains his goal, which is to burn down the Greendale records and thereby erase any evidence of his wrongdoing, but fails to see that this could potentially burn down the entire school and kill everyone.
With help from the Greendale Air-Conditioning Repair School, Troy and the group manage to escape Chang's imprisonment and prevent the fire from ever starting. In a final showdown with the study group, both Jeff and Chang equip electric taser batons with which they intend to duel. However, this is quickly cut short by the school board arriving, demanding explanations for both the real and fake Deans fighting each other and Chang's actions in running Greendale.
He vows to explain, but quickly runs out the door. In the season three finale montage, it is shown that Chang has taken to living in air ducts again, however this time he resides in the ducts at City College, foreshadowing a possible alliance between the two in season four.
However, he returns to Greendale in season four with no apparent memory of his identity or previous actions, referring to his condition as "Changnesia". However, in the end of the episode " Advanced Documentary Filmmaking ," it is revealed he is in fact faking Changnesia. In " Heroic Origins ," after Abed realizes that it was because of Chang that the study group all went to Greendale and tells him he was always a part of the group and hints that he knows that "Kevin" was faking "Changnesia".
Chang decides to turn himself in for his crimes and returns to Greendale under work release as a math professor, living in the school. He exhibits more sociable behavior in season five until the finale, when he sides with those trying to sell Greendale, but then double-crosses them too after the sale is scuppered.