Community is done for the season. It was a good second season, and the show seems to know where it's going. The first season it took a while to shake things out. At first it seemed to be about a smart-ass lawyer forced to go back to college to get a degree, and who joins a study group because he's after a hot blonde.
Another thing that's happened is the world of the show has grown. There are numerous background characters that, though they may be one-note, we've gotten to know pretty well. Above all there's the ineffectual Dean Pelton, who likes to dress up in women's uniforms and has a crush on Jeff. There are also some profs we've gotten to know, including Duncan and Garrity. As for the students, there are more backgrounders--including Starburns, Leonard, Fat Neil, Garrett, Quendra and Magnitude ("Pop pop!")--than there are regulars. Perhaps they'll be featured more as the writers search for different storylines, but for now, I think the show has achieved the proper balance, having them come in for a line or two before returns to the leads.
Overall, I guess Community is my favorite comedy out there now. It's been picked up for a third season, but the ratings aren't great (though it is up against an actual sitcom hit, The Big Bang Theory). I have to wonder if they don't improve, does this mean the gang won't graduate?