Just a look through all of Troy and Annie's hidden moments throughout He didn 't want to be in a relationship with her, and he wanted to have. Troy and Annie's heart-to-heart near the end is so honest and open it . The competitive, dysfunctional nature of Britta and Jeff's relationship is. Community Finale: Dan Harmon on Jeff and Annie, Movie Possibilities, and Profanity characters – Abed, Annie and Troy – who represented the younger Let's talk about the Annie and Winger relationship and that kiss.
Heads up, this chapter is a hard T, but it will be the most inappropriate chapter in the entire story. If I owned Community, Troy and Annie would have at least kissed by now. The Night it All Changed You're welcome Jeff just broke up with me and I don't know what to do. I just need someone to talk to. Why was Annie calling him and asking him to comfort her? Why not ask Britta or Shirley? And, probably the most important question: Why did Annie want him to come over to her apartment?
To most males, one answer would immediately come to mind and they would rush over there, excited and hopeful.
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But Troy wasn't very smart, and he assumed that Annie just wanted to talk. He felt sorry that Jeff had broken up with her, especially because their relationship had seemed so serious.
Jeff and Annie had started dating the week after school had ended, even though it turned out that Jeff and Britta had been friends with benefits for most of last year and Annie and Abed had made out a few days before school had ended.
Jeff and Annie definitely had chemistry and decided to finally give dating each other a shot, and it had seemed like things had been going well. For some reason, his mind was screaming 'bad idea! Ever since Jeff and Britta had made Troy realize how 'much of a woman' Annie was, Troy had had some feelings for her. Okay, so they were mostly just feelings of the sexual nature, but every once in a while he would catch himself noticing how pretty her smile was, or how cute and dainty her feet were Troy was an odd person, so it should come as no surprise that he noticed characteristics about someone's feet.
He didn't want to be in a relationship with her, and he wanted to have sex with her, but he didn't want to just have sex with her. He wanted to stay really good friends with her if they did have sex, because he loved her as a friend more than he liked her as a woman or a sexual object.
And if that meant not sleeping with her so that their friendship would remain the same, then so be it. Troy wanted to be there for her, even if it was just as a shoulder to cry on, because Troy was in love with Annie, even if he didn't realize it yet.
Man, feelings are confusing. As soon as Troy opened the door, Annie flung her arms around him with such force that he almost fell backwards. Okay, Troy, here's what you're going to do. His mind told him about his carefully thought-out plan. Well, as carefully as plans are thought out when they take place in Troy's mind. You are going to talk to Annie, comfort her, and then try to cheer her up.
Then, when she seems fine, you are going to leave without having sex with her. If she falls asleep, you are going to carry her to her bed and not have sex with her. If it's really late by the time you guys are done talking, you are going to drive home through a bad neighborhood in pitch-blackness because you are not going to have sex with her. Troy nods at his own thoughts. You can sit down if you want. He looked at Annie and realized two things at the same time: All she was wearing were a tank top and shorts.
She was drinking wine. I've had wine before.
It really wasn't a big deal. After all, he'd had wine before he was 21, too. Troy shook his head. He knew how alcohol clouded judgment, and he had a plan to stick to. They sat in silence for a few seconds. This was nice, just stroking her hair.
It didn't even cross his mind how her knee was on his thigh or how her chest was pressed up against his arm or- Damn. Annie lifted her face from his shoulder. We had so much in common and we got along so well. I just don't know where it all went wrong. That was probably the total wrong thing to say to someone who was on the verge of tears.
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Annie bit her lip and poured herself another glass of wine. Troy hadn't even realized she'd finished her first. He broke up with me because I wouldn't have sex with him. He was like 'I'll wait until you're ready' and stuff like that, but then he was all like 'C'mon, we've been dating for two months!
Aren't you attracted to me? A few more seconds of silence. Well it's good that you didn't give into that kind of pressure. Annie smiled, looking happy with herself. I mean, I'm straight, and even I know that Jeff's a hot dude, so why not? Well, more like gulp of wine.
Jeong stars in the new ABC sitcom Dr. Pudi recently shot a pilot for NBC. Yahoo is still mulling its future Community options, including the possibility of a seventh season or a movie. Harmon spoke with us on Tuesday night before attending an Emmy panel for the show sponsored by the Los Angeles Times.
Here's his take on the season finale, his cameo at the end, and where the show might go from here. That was a rather emotional finale, and true to Community form, very meta. What were you hoping to accomplish with the season ender?
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It was a meta explosion. I never know what it is I want to say, I just know of areas I want to explore. Community was the show that commented on itself the whole time, and for the last episode of Season 6 the goal isn't to lure new viewers, so might as well really lean into this thing and talk about what's on everybody's mind, since the conversation about Community has always been more intense than the conversation about the characters.
So we had the characters talk about the future of the show as if it were a show. Other than that, it had a pretty traditional structure: It was an excuse to explore possibilities, only to realize there's absolutely no way we can control anything. Also if we want these characters to continue to grow, they're missing a huge part of their life right now.
Annie is an exceptional person. I want Annie to taste the world. Jeff Winger had the most idealistic dream of everyone staying at Greendale as faculty colleagues. That actually would be a device you could use for another season—but that would mean that none of these characters get to really grow or ever leave.
I do agree with Winger that that show makes more sense than the one I originally pitched, because then they all have a reason to be together. They would have a reason to have meetings, and then it would be Boston Public set at Greendale.
Annie and Abed leave the group at the end of the episode to pursue their dreams.
I think Britta's future can still be found at Greendale and I don't think there's anything sad about that. She lived in New York. She was the wild horse that galloped around and then came slinking back to community college.
So she has sown her oats and still needs to grow up, just like Jeff does. In the original idea, there were three characters — Abed, Annie and Troy — who represented the younger stories you might encounter at a community college.
Those are stories about transitions. Other stories can be about falls from grace. They were wayward youth.
Community Finale: Dan Harmon on Jeff and Annie, Movie Possibilities, and Profanity
On the off chance that it's the last image of the show that we ever see, I felt more comfortable with the image of Abed and Annie going off to an airport, where they might go anywhere or do anything.
It made me feel better about the eternity of the show. Let's talk about the Annie and Winger relationship and that kiss. There's still a big age gap between the two, but on an emotional scale they're on the same level. Yeah, with each passing year it gets a little less creepy. I did just marry a 29 year old at And in real life, Allison Brie is I just wanted her to read that and freak out.
I have no idea how old Allison is. Age aside, it's more an issue of how much life experience you have had.
Do we really believe in our heart of hearts that the current version of Jeff Winger and the current version of Annie Edison would be happily ever after if they ever got together? Or is it more likely their souls are intermingled and there is such a thing as true love that is genuinely star crossed?