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NBC’s “Community” Tells a Three Season Long Joke

by Dan Koelsch

The NBC sitcom Community has become a favorite amongst the Internet savvy, and the show has rewarded us nerds with such viral gems as a Twitter episode and storyline an Abed storyline that played out entirely in the background of an episode. Now the show has taken it to the next level with a joke that has taken three seasons to complete, and it involves Beetlejuice. Check it out after the break.

In the video below, found by ComicBookMovie.com, YouTube user brayd1377 cuts together scenes from three episodes in which the word “Beetlejuice” is spoken. Each episode is in a different season, culminating in last month’s Halloween episode where the character Beetlejuice actually walks by in the background. In case you are minor or live under a rock, in the film Beetlejuice, the title character shows up whenever you say his name three times. This is a very clever gag that 99% of people would never catch on to, which is why the Internet is so great. Take a look below.



Catch Community on Thursdays at 8PM ET on NBC.



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