While Greendale updates its outdated commercial, Tom and Jerry upgrade the Parks Department's brochure. Andy takes Dundler-Mifflin on a field trip and Whitney gets a handicapped dog.
"Community": The Board of Trustees grants the Dean $2,000 to film a new commercial, seeing that the old commercial featured parachute pants and Blossom-style hats. He lets the commercial spiral out of control and leads himself to the brink of insanity while Abed captures it all in his own
"Parks and Recreation": Leslie has her eyes set on the title of Smallest Park in Indiana, while Tom and Jerry revamp the Park Department's brochure (and when I say "revamp", I really mean "pick out a new font"). Tom is deadset on using the Sopranos font, complete with a pistol for the letter "R" and includes a always appreciated
"The Office": I just have a couple questions for this epsiode: In what world is a trip to Gettysburg relevant to managing a paper company? In what world is a trip to Gettysburg enjoyable for anyone? Where can I get a "DM goes to GB" hot pink cap so I can also throw it in Gabe's face? Is Gabe
"Whitney": Lisa Lampanelli makes a guest appearance, although instead of being a loud-mouthed, offensive, judgmental stand-up comic, she is a loud-mouthed, offensive, judgmental Christian puppy shelter owner. Much to her chagrin, she allows Whitney and Alex to adopt a handicapped puppy. Is that okay to joke about? Also, Neil, the scrawny Indian, and Roxanne, the blonde grating divorcee, not only share a painfully awkward kiss, but there is a crotch grab, too. Yikes.