The title of this post comes from a fantastic throwaway moment during the season finale of Community. Rallying the Greendale community to deny City College their paintball conquest of the campus (don’t ask), Troy implores them to oppose the “unstoppable juggleknob” in any way they can. “Juggernaut,” Abed instantly corrects him. I suppose I like that joke because it is goofy and incidental, a mix of dead-on parody (Troy is trying so hard to inspire!) and silly wordplay. I have blogged before about my favorite shows—Friday Night Lights, Lost, Battlestar Galactica, The Office, Veronica Mars—going or headed off the air in the last couple of years. Community is the refreshing if lonely exception, an instant keeper, the one-armed Rajon Rondo to a television universe of scrub Heat benchwarmers. One of the best things about Community is it’s associative aspect, its capacity to import and then discard whole aspects of the zeitgeist, episode to episode, all the while nurturing meaningful characters and relationships that we genuinely care about. It can be hard to nail down Community because it is so sharp, smart, and quick, but I do enjoy trying to keep up.