The show tackles conspiracy thrillers in a manner that creates humor and draws laughs as Troy and Abed constructs the world’s largest blanket fort (TV.com n.p). The ‘chase’ entering the Blanket city mimics similar sequences as in any other thriller and is very inspiring. The conspiracy storyline starts out in a funny style and incorporates some levels of deception. The bond between the characters makes the show successful especially the reaction of Annie towards Jeff after he hurts her. Annie acts as if their kiss never happened, when Jeff comes back to school for the fall. The series may turn on the chemistry between any two pairs of the actors especially Jeff and Britta, who had some fun chemistry. The show highlights the idea that anyone on the show can be in a romantic relationship with anybody as depicted in the community. The ending of the episode is quite emotional and helps to keep the craziness in the show from extending too far. The structural insanity of the storyline about conspiracy comes to a logical conclusion through the expression of emotions. The rest of the episode shows the weird wonderland Troy and Abed live through the conspiracy story. Another funny part is the idea that Greendale is infiltrated by the shadowed night school especially when Annie and Jeff find a fake classes' list. The episode eschews the four members on the scene entirely in which Shirley, Pierce, and Britta are present when the scene on study group opens though they disappear.
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