Community 3.16 “Virtual Systems Analysis” Review
This episode was titled ‘Virtual Systems Analysis‘ and it put Abed on the hot seat. His ‘Dreamatorium’ is one place where he goes to live in his own alternate universe completely detached from reality. It’s kind of a surprise that nobody had ever challenged him but that is exactly what Annie did in this episode.
But Abed is one person that is had to keep pinned down and he managed to turn it around and even boxing Annie in.
Annie also got into the case of Troy and Britta and actually thought she was doing something good. She was quietly match-making by setting both of them up for a launch date but she may not have realized how things would turn out.
The episode was really interesting i.e. until fans got to realize that everything was happening in the Dreamatorium. This can of put them off but it still did not make the episode any less interesting. Abed has always viewed himself as being a social misfit. But he is always quick to speak his mind and say the truth when he knows it. Socially awkward people tend to be a bit more reserved and slower off the block but not Abed.
But the Dreamatorium gives fans a picture of how he views himself and the way he was chained to the wall makes him look to be still a person that can be bullied about in his own eyes.
But it was not only Annie that could call someone out as Abed did the same with her when he called her out on her infatuation with Jeff. This meant that she was not just interested in having Troy and Britta become a couple but it would have given her a chance with Jeff. In the end, she and Abed were able to get along just fine in the Dreamatorium. It was an interesting episode.