Posted by Bunky Bunk at Sunday, September 23, 2012 3 Comments
Breaking Bad Emmy nominee Giancarlo Esposito is headed back to Community, sources tell TVLine exclusively.
Reprising his role as Pierce's newly discovered baby brother Gilbert, the actor, who made his Community début in Digital Estate Planning, is set to appear in an early Season 4 installment.
Additional details surrounding the guest spot are being kept under wraps, but perhaps he'll figure into the upcoming episode that takes place at Pierce’s massive mansion?
While I'm on the subject of the brilliant Digital Estate Planning, I find that this episode doesn't belong where it aired (as episode 3.20, before the last 2 episodes).
The story became quite serialized after Basic Lupine Urology's ending twist, and this videogame episode contains absolutely no element about that, that's why I think it should be watched before those events.
For those who will rewatch season 3 (I know I will at some point) or those wandering in this thread without having seen this season or the show (lucky you), here's how I'd watch the last third of the Junior Year :
3.14 - Pillows and Blankets.
3.15 - Origins of Vampire Mythology.
3.16 - Digital Estate Planning (former episode 3.20).
3.17 - Virtual Systems Analysis (former episode 3.16).
3.18 - Basic Lupine Urology (former episode 3.17).
3.19 - Course Listing Unavailable (former episode 3.18).
3.20 - Curriculum Unavailable (former episode 3.19).
3.21 - The First Chang Dynasty.
3.22 - Introduction to Finality.
I think Digital Estate Planning has aired on the final night of season 3 because its production code is 322, like Community's season 2 Christmas animated episode (episode 2.11 / production code 222). The production must have been different and/or longer with such an episode, that's why I think they didn't air it when they should have.
Besides, watching The First Chang Dynasty (the infiltration in Greendale) right after watching Curriculum Unavailable (the therapy session with John Hodgman) just makes sense, imo.
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