3 Series, 18 Episodes
Upon returning for a new semester, Jeff is stunned to discover that his rejection of Britta has made her a star on campus. Chang begins his life as a student by seeking acceptance by the study group.
When an old friend from Jeff's past appears unexpectedly, his friends discover that he was the one responsible for Jeff's disbarment
As the death of his mom provokes a fierce debate about Pierce's religious beliefs, Britta and Annie are at odds over their respective tactics for a Gulf oil spill fund-raising drive
Jeff and the study group must salvage an aging museum exhibit that Dean Pelton plans to make the centerpiece of Greendale's proposed aerospace training program
Shirley and Abed are at odds over his plan to direct and star in his own epic religious film
Dean Pelton's army surplus party food sparks an outbreak of zombie-ism at the Greendale Halloween party
Abed endears himself to the girls after he offers to take down their enemies on campus. Jeff and Troy stumble onto a groundskeeper's secret paradise.
Annie's missing pen leads to friction within the group
Jeff's efforts to gain credit for a fictitious class expose a series of complicated ruses that rock the Greendale campus. Abed and Troy use a dorm sleepover to build an elaborate blanket fort.
Troy's friends help him celebrate his 21st birthday
Professor Duncan's (guest star John Oliver) efforts to cure Abed (Danny Pudi) of his pursuit of the meaning of Christmas launches everyone into a holiday clay-mation fantasy world
With Chang pressing for membership in the study group, Annie's latest crush has Jeff reeling as Shirley unveils some stunning news
Pierce's efforts to bribe director Annie threaten to undermine a Greendale theater group's anti-drug message. Jeff's texting prank places Britta in an awkward situation with her teenage nephew.
Seeing how everyone on campus makes fun of Fat Neil, Jeff decides to do something about it
Valentine's Day finds Troy and Abed competing for the attention of an assistant librarian. Britta tries to show she's open-minded about lesbians.
Claiming that he is about to die, Pierce summons the study group to the hospital to bequeath his belongings to them
Vice President Joe Biden's visit exposes the lack of a student government
When Shirley and her ex-husband Andre enlist Jeff to legally cut Chang out of any claim on Shirley's new baby, the former Spanish teacher resolves to be the best father he can be
Jeff is surprised when Abed insists on a grown up dinner at an expensive restaurant for just the two of them
Jeff suspects something isn't quite right when an attractive classmate gets engaged to marry Pierce. Troy invents a childhood trauma to impress Britta and the rest of his acting class.
While working on the final diorama for their anthropology class, Chang discovers the cache of items stolen by Troy's monkey, which dredges up memories of the past year
As the semester draws to a close, the anthropology class final is disrupted when Shirley goes into labor one month ahead of schedule
Another end-of-the-year paintball war pits the study group members against each other for a $100,000 prize. But when a mysterious challenger suddenly appears, they must join forces to stop him.
As the paintball war is revealed to be a City College plan to destroy the school, Jeff and Troy vie for control of Greendale's embattled army. Pierce attempts to save himself by betraying them.