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Community Season 4 – Entire Cast Going Back to School
Way back when – this was before Community received its surprising if deserved renewal for Season 4 – there was a great amount of uncertainty revolving around Chevy Chase and his future on the beloved comedy series. Every single other cast member could not stop praising the show for its use of dark timelines and celebrity impersonators, but Chase was quite vocal of his dislike for these shenanigans. At the time, he claimed the show’s brand of humor just wasn’t what he called comedy and couldn’t see himself sticking around for very long. Well, Chase will apparently be sticking around because he, along with the rest of the cast, will be back for Season 4.
Deadline reported Sony Pictures TV officially picked up the options for all nine of the show’s main cast members. Considering it was an option they picked and didn’t have to write a new deal for Chase, it seems unlikely that Chase had much say in his return. You can’t really break a contract, no matter how much you disagree with the creative force behind a show. It’s no secret Chase did not get along well with creator Dan Harmon – Harmon childishly released some vulgar voice-mails Chase had left him – and while their feud seemed to have been mostly brushed aside, Harmon was ultimately let go from his duties as head writer.
There isn’t much else to be said on the matter. When it comes to a fight between the talent and the creator, the people financing the show will often choose the talent. Both men are notoriously difficult to work with, yet it was Harmon who was fired. That’s just how showbiz handles itself. It’ll be interesting to see how Chase gets along with the new showrunners, David Guarascio and Moses Port. Will he suddenly have a new appreciation for his job or will he continue describing Community as just a mediocre sitcom?