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"More Fish for Kunta" and the 9 Other Best Quotes from NBC's Thursday Night Comedies

By Dustin Rowles | TV | February 18, 2011 |

By Dustin Rowles | TV | February 18, 2011 |

Community (Rating: A)

  • [This quote is included not because it’s funny, but because — in two sentences — Abed completely and cold-bloodedly undercut seven seasons of “The Office,” three seasons of “Parks and Recreation,” and 90 percent of all narrative documentaries. Vicious. The rest of the episode put the quote to the test, and I thought that it almost maliciously demonstrated the laziness of this documentary format.] “I’m excited about the narrative facility of the documentary format. It’s easier to tell a complex story when you can just cut to people explaining things to the camera.”

  • “”My father held grudges. I’ll always hate him for that.”

  • “Me and Abed have an agreement; if one of us dies, we stage it to look like a suicide caused by the unjust cancellation of ‘Firefly.’”

  • “More fish for Kunta.”

    The Office (Rating B-)

  • “”Holly, this isn’t Oceans 11 where you get together with all your friends, and you just have fun, and you don’t care about how it turns out.”

    Parks and Recreation (Rating: B)

  • “I’m going to type every word I know! Rectangle! America! Megaphone! Monday! Butthole!”

  • “Why don’t we just call you Turd Crapley?”

    30 Rock (Rating: B)

  • “My fanny pack is in my office, in my mini fridge… I like my tampons to be cold!”

  • “Ugh, Julia Roberts in a movie about eating? Give me Kirstie Alley, somebody who knows what she’s doing!”

  • “Really? Cause I’ve never had a problem ordering from American Sub Restaurant Very Clean Come In.”

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