Uhhh. I- Oh man! I don’t- I don’t want people to get mad. Um, nah. I- I gotta be honest, it’s weird, like, you know, like- Number one, like, I have to give Dan, like, props for just, like, he created this show that, like, I really love working on and, like, he’s a genius, he really is really good at it. He’s kinda, I don’t know, it’s just kind of fucked up. I don’t know, like I don’t know what- You know when you’re- NBC, they’re in last place- they gotta do something. Like, I mean like, I’m mad, but at the same time, like, I get what they’re saying- what they’re trying to do, like, they’re just trying to make money cause like, that’s the point of it. I mean, but I don’t think that a show like Community is ever gonna falter, like, cause of stuff like DVDs and Netflix and stuff like that, I mean, I just, I don’t know if it will be the same. I mean all that shit on TV, they’re just selling Tide. They’re selling detergent. That’s the point. So like they don’t give a shit about, like, “Oh this is a all 8-bit episode, no one’s done that before.” They’re like “How much Tide did we sell?” You know, so. No, yeah, it is what it is. I mean like he’s a good dude. I mean, like, and he- he also has like- he’s doing an animated series, I think, for Adult Swim or something like that and, yeah. I mean, they’ll let him do whatever he wants, you know? He can get weird and, like, I’m sure the show will be- should be real cool.
|—||Donald Glover (on Dan Harmon’s firing as showrunner of Community)|