'Community' to Parody 'Hunger Games' in Season Four Premiere

Competition will usher in first season without creator Dan Harmon

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NBC's Community will kick off Season Four with a parody of the dog-eat-dog setup of The Hunger Games, Vulture reports. The critically acclaimed show, which is often noted both for its offbeat humor, will return to television on February 7th. 

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In this two-minute preview, the students of Greendale Community College vie for highly coveted slots in a class titled "History of Ice Cream" after the school's registration system is hacked. 

Community, ever eager to parody pop culture, returns for a fourth season without Dan Harmon, its creator, running the show. It's not the only change coming: although he appears in all but a handful of episodes in Season Four, Chevy Chase has also left the show. Still, if the cross-dressing and unicorn horns in the premiere are any indication, Community will have lost none of its trademark quirks. 

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