For years now, many have lauded the Emmys as a predictable ceremony, including Jon Stewart last night, but one thing that certainly didn't surprise us was the lack of acknowledgement for 'Community,' in particular its outspoken star Chevy Chase. Over the last year we've heard Chase take potshots at everything from the series to departing showrunner Dan Harmon, but with Harmon gone and 'Community' possibly heading into its last season, what new bile does Chase have for the show?
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Please, make it stop. Chevy Chase, you break our hearts whenever you open your mouth about 'Community.' That's right, it seems as though even weeks after the fervor of 'Community' star and comedy legend Chevy' Chase's feud with series creator Dan Harmon seems to have died down, the silver-haired comedian is at it again with any reporter who asks.
After a very public feud involving voicemail, accusations of mediocrity and a mention of Chevy Chase's genitalia by the sixty-seven-year-old comedian himself, Chase and his 'Community' co-star, Joel McHale decided to make nice at Comedy Central's '2012 Comedy Awards,' this past weekend.
It's bad enough when your critically-adored TV show is constantly on the bubble and renewal news seems to come down to the wire without having to worry about the fate of one of your lead actors. So with news of 'Community' season 4 arriving any day now, what does the cast think about their chances, or Chevy Chase?
Come on, people, aren't we past this? The healing had begun from the infamous war of words between 'Community' series creator Dan Harmon and series star Chevy Chase, but now another leaked, albeit older message threatens to derail any progress made on an amicable vibe for the endangered series.
Just as 'Community' finally returned from its long winter hiatus, and a ratings uptick in recent episode combined with a Comedy Central syndication deal suggested that the show was likely to pick up a season 4 renewal, more trouble is a'brewin'. But it's not coming from the ratings this time...
Dan Aykroyd’s determined to re-team with someone from his past. Anyone! Since John Belushi’s no longer with us, and Bill Murray refuses to stoop to ‘Ghostbuster 3’ levels, Aykroyd’s turning to ‘Spies Like Us’ co-star Chevy Chase for a possible new comedy. The comedian posted a note on his Facebook page saying that he and the ‘Community’ co-star were about to “start work on a script concept for a comedy movie.”Mmm, do tell...