By Zack Sharf | Indiewire August 15, 2014 at 11:30AM
When NBC announced the cancellation of cult comedy "Community" earlier this year, legions of fans refused to accept the idea that the show's infamous mantra of "six seasons and a movie" wouldn't see the light of day. Luckily, Yahoo stepped in at the last second to revive the show, a move that not only appeased fans but also made the website's grand entrance into the television-streaming game alongside Netflix, Hulu and more.
Although a premiere date for season 6 of "Community" remains unannounced, Yahoo is already getting ready for the comedy's debut with a hilarious sizzle reel celebrating all of the loveably odd moments from past seasons. The nearly three-minute retrospective includes such highlights as Jeff's season 1 nude pool game and the gas attack of season 4. After years of being on the bubble of cancellation, Yahoo proudly concludes, "Ratings, where we're going we don't need ratings."
Watch all the hilarity below courtesy of Yahoo: