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Brie Larson Goes to Community Season 4 Sadie Hawkins Dance
Keeping up with the tradition of casting terrific, if not necessarily recognizable, guest stars, Community has tapped Brie Larson to be a part of its fourth season. Larson isn’t a household name just yet, but you’ll have at least seen her in action in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World or 21 Jump Street. She’s an adorable little thing, but she can pop a wallop – whether through intimidation or straight up sex appeal – when the situation calls for it. With flexibility like that, the kinds of comedic roles Larson can play are many. So what does Community have in store for its latest guest star?
As it stands, the answer to that question shall remain a mystery. TVLine reported Larson’s role is being kept tightly under wraps, something that isn’t normally Community’s style. What we do know is she will appear in Episode 7, which is set around a Sadie Hawkins dance thrown by Dean Pelton. Until more information on her character is released, I’m going to pretend she’s a lovely girl that will ask Jeff out to the dance before Annie can, which will spark some kind of war/Bachelor-style rose ceremony. Either of those would work just fine for me.
And during all this mysterious action with Larson’s character, Britta is protests the dance by organizing her own Sophie B. Hawkins dance. But in true Britta fashion, she Brittas it by confusing Sophie B. Hawkins – the Grammy nominated musician – with Susan B. Anthony – a women’s rights activist. So you can bet several people will show up thinking it’s a dance celebrating the musicianship of Sophie B. Hawkins, only to realize it’s a political protest. And once that sinks in, they’ll be out of there faster than you can say khaki pants (extra points if you get the reference). I can’t wait to see this episode, or any episode of Community, whenever that happens.