Presented like an episode of Law & Order (1990), the study group attempts to find out who squashed their biology project: a yam. Troy and Abed become detectives, Shirley is their boss, Jeff and Annie pose as prosecuting attorneys, while Pierce is an informant and Britta a lab tech.
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Michael Kenneth Williams says the pinkie swear should be upheld because "a man's got to have a code." This is something his character Omar frequently said on the HBO series The Wire
(2002). See more
As with most movies and TV shows, the Soldiers' wear and appearance are wrong. Most obvious is Michael Ironside's beard, which is not allowed. Both soldiers are also missing combat patches and badges despite being veterans, and Ironside is wearing a cap while indoors. Ironside also identifies himself as Lieutenant Colonel, but his uniform has the rank of Captain. See more
Mister Winger, what is the intention here?
Simple. When Todd smashed our yam, he stole an A from us. We want it back.
You mean if he smashed the yam. All you have is the word of this Mister Star-Burns, who offers up no explanation as to why he was on the scene.
How about it, Jeffrey? What was Star-Burns doing there?
We agreed to withold that information as part of a pinky swear with the witness.
Pinky swear. This is ludicrous. This whole school is ludicrous. Who honors the pinky swear of a ...
Opening credits are in the style of "Law & Order" (1990-2010). See more
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Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson See more