I do not believe in conspiracy theories since most of them seem to be really poorly thought out plans relying heavily on coincidence. If you are in a position of power it stands to reason your planning skills are acute enough to not leave things to chance. That’s why most actual conspiracies are just straightforward crimes, a big pay off if you avoid getting caught.
If you’re one of the faithful then your patience was rewarded when Community finally returned to the ailing peacock’s airwaves last night. Was it the greatest thing that ever happened in the history of ever as recorded by human beings? No, but why would you expect it to be something like that and when exactly did this sense of entitlement take over the pop culture landscape? I have no answers but I’ve got plenty of rambling bullshit so let’s go.
I am not a fan of science fiction. This does not mean that I don’t like science fiction or won’t watch it. Just that I’m not a fan. Growing up there was little room left in my little fan heart for anything other than superheroes and as a fan I felt it was my duty to ignore anything else that wasn’t my singular obsession.