Posts by Kevin Rodvold

Kevin Rodvold

About The Author

When Kevin Rodvold was born on August 24, 1991, somewhere in the world, Rupert Grint was celebrating his own birthday as well. Who knew that the two would possess such great destinies? Grint went on to star in the Harry Potter films, and Rodvold went on to tweet things like "what are noodles" to his ten followers while secretly crying at an episode of the X Factor. He is currently a fourth year student at UCLA, where he majors in English Literature and minors in Film & Television. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys fighting off the hordes of employers vying for his attention (awed by his degree that will totally be useful), watching television shows, reading novels, eating Vietnamese food, brushing his teeth, and staring at people. He also enjoys writing. His life philosophy is: "We shan't understand the fabrics of reality betwixt joy and tragedy, thus the day begins in consternation; nevertheless, if you believe in life after love, the crumbling doves will bless all your breaths with tears of mirth." He wrote that himself.
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Community: Advanced Introduction to Finality

The season finale of Community disappoints, just like when you sat for hours during your own Graduation and it was pretty boring.

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Community: Heroic Origins

The study group remember their pasts in "Heroic Origins," but I wish I didn't remember that this episode happened.

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Community: Basic Human Anatomy

Troy and Abed have swapped bodies! Their first order of business: Look into their pants. Their second order of business: Serious discussions with significant others.

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The ‘Friends’ Reunion That Won’t Be There For You

Did you hear that "Friends" is reuniting? Where did you hear that? It's not true. Are you talking about the Friends behind their backs? Well, let's keep doing it and speculate on what such a reunion would look like.

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Community: Intro to Knots

Special Guest Star Malcolm McDowell returns to Community, causing friction in the study group with his demon tongue. O my brothers, will that bezoomy droog ever slooshy to sense?

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Community: Intro to Felt Surrogacy

Does the long-awaited Puppet Episode of Community contain its own interiority, or is it merely an empty husk?

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Community: Herstory of Dance

Community pays tribute to the celebrated women's suffrage activist, Sophie B. Hawkins. Wait, what do you mean that's Susan B. Anthony?

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Community: Economics of Marine Biology

The Dean strives to impress a rich student who's considering enrolling at Greendale, but does "Economics of Marine Biology" impress its toughest critics -- its fans?

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Community: “Advanced Documentary Filmmaking”

Do you have Changnesia? If you saw "Advanced Documentary Filmmaking" and forgot everything that happened, this recap should conveniently refresh your memory. It was a good one!

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Community: “Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations”

Families come together for a Thanksgiving celebration in "Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations." In March. Just go with it.

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Winter Is Over, ‘Game of Thrones’ Is Coming

Game of Thrones returns March 31st, and HBO has bestowed the gift of a teaser trailer.

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‘Community’ Recap: Alternative History of the German Invasion

Kevin Rodvold reviews Community's "Alternative History of the German Invasion," in which the question everyone has been wondering is answered: is the study group actually a bunch of Nazis?

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Community: “Conventions of Space and Time”

Kevin Rodvold reviews "Conventions of Space and Time" and kind of finds the title more amusing than the episode itself.

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Community: Paranormal Parentage

It's Community's Halloween episode! On Valentine's Day! Is the show we loved back, or is it an imposter wearing a mask? Kevin Rodvold reflects on the merits and shortcomings of Community's new era.

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Community: History 101

The premiere of Community's fourth season is finally here, and its new showrunners teach us about the benefits of change. Are they brainwashing us? Who knows.

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