Annie, look, I don’t know people, but I know TV. When characters feel like the show they’re on is ending their instinct is to spin-off into something safer. In Jeff and Britta’s case something that would last six episodes and have a lot of bickering about tweezers and gluten, starring them and an equally WASP-y brunette couple with a title like, ‘Better with My Worse Half,’ or ‘Awfully Wedded,’ or ‘Tying the Not,’ but ‘not’ is spelled without a k, or ‘#CouplePeopleProblems-’ Abed. and every episode you get to decide who wins the fight- Abed! by going to- Abed, stop developing!
"I’m worried about Abed and Annie. They’re not ready for this to end."
"Yeah, they’re part of the adulthood begins at 30 generation."
I’m gonna tell you what my mother told me when I wanted to quit cheerleading. ‘You’re not very pretty, you have no boobs, and you can’t do a basket toss to save your life.’ But you made a commitment. So pick up your pompoms, stuff your bra, and get ready for the team bus to forget you at a Taco Bell, because life is tough. But we soldier on, and that’s just the way it goes.
Annie & Abed in "VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing"
"…The Cape still might find a second life on cable. And I’ll tell you why. El corazόn del agua es verdad. That water is a lie! Harrison Ford is irradiating our testicles with microwave satellite transmissions! So maybe we are caught in an endless cycle of screw-ups and hurt feelings. But I choose to believe it’s just the universe’s way of molding with into some kind of super group. "
"Like the Traveling Wilburys!"
"Yes, Troy, like the Traveling Wilburys of pain, prepared for any insane adventure life throws our way. And I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to every one of them."