The stage assistant helped Matt Lundergard when casting his play based on the movie "The Karate Kid". He called actors to the stage for their audition and read lines from the script with them during the process. The assistant called Ben Chang to the stage for his turn and he was quickly cast as "Mr. Miyagi". Chang's friend Annie Edison got herself a part too as "Daniel Larusso" and the assistant would later watch them rehearse alongside Matt. He was also present when Annie quit the production after another of Matt's brutal critiques of Chang's performance.
Actor Johnny Pemberton has appeared in a number of YouTube videos and web series which were featured on "Community" creator Dan Harmon's Channel 101 website.
Blake was a husband and father who bought a giant hand from Dean Pelton on eBay. Years ago he and his wife Karen lost their son in a freak accident. This involved a giant kite which carried him away and he was never seen again. Since then Blake became obsessed with buying oversized objects on the Internet, the latest being a giant watch which he hoped to pair with his latest purchase. When the hand never showed up his wife confronted him about where he was channelling his grief. Blake owned up to this but also added he wanted the giant hand in case his son was alive and waiting for a better daddy with a bigger hand. When Karen tells him she's going to walk the dog and eventually leave him Blake responds that he'll put the watch in the garage and also stop showering.
In real life actor Matt Besser is actually married to actress Danielle Shneider who also plays his wife onscreen in this "Community" end tag.
Tim Briggs is a reporter for the campus newspaper the Greendale Gazette Journal Mirror. He was present for the news conference concerning Dean Pelton's promotion to the Colorado Community Colleges Board. He asked the Dean about the controversy surrounding the cancelled Pride Parade and, if he thinks he was asked to join the Board because of his sexual preferences.
"Cook" was a character in a movie Abed owned called "Joelho-Alto Prejuizo Moral". In the movie, the cook open a soup kettle to find an imp-like creature called a "knee-high mischief" in the soup. He throws salt at it which creates multiple "mischiefs". He is last seen being attacked by them through a kitchen door window.
“Oh yeah, you better believe the kitchen boys are playing!”— Cook #2, "Modern Espionage".
PORTRAYED BY: Carlo Ciarfalio
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Modern Espionage"
"Cook #2" worked at the "Clean Up Greendale" gala which the Save Greendale Committee was casing to stop a potential disruption by the latest Paintball Assassin game. Elroy and Britta had a paintball battle in the kitchen with the kitchen staff. Cook #2 was taken out with a paintball shot to forehead by Britta.
“Don't forget, there's a sign-up sheet on the back wall for 'Club Club Club'.”— Deejay, "Modern Espionage".
PORTRAYED BY: Steve Agee
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Modern Espionage"
"Deejay" played the music in "Club Club". He tells several guys in the club to stop horsing around and Abed recognizes him as "the guy from MeowMeowBeenz". He later announces a sign up sheet for "Club Club Club".
"E.T. Host" interviewed Ben Chang on the talk show "Celebrity Blast" after his new found fame on a commercial where his phrase "Ham Girl!" became an internet sensation. She mentioned that Steven Spielberg was interested in Chang for voice work in an animated film and then asked him to say his catch phrase.
"Garrett's Mom" gave the Save Greendale Committee a stern rebuking at the wedding reception for her son Garrett for their behavior during the wedding ceremony. After this, they all tried to be good wedding guests but in their enthusiasm ended up revealing that Garrett's new wife Stacy was his cousin. Upon learning this, Garrett's mom fainted.
"Gay Student" approached Dean Pelton after the news conference where the Dean announced he was accepting a position on the School Board and that he was gay. The student thanked the Dean for coming out as it was helpful to him and to others.
“Wait, what? Who talks like that? Why would anyone hire someone so pompous?”— Jude Gippernut , "Ladders".
PORTRAYED BY: Will Hines
OCCUPATION: Hiring Manager
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Ladders"
Jude Gippernut was a hiring manager who interviewed Frankie Dart after she left Greendale. Her interview answers were so pompous he advised her to change or go work for a company run by crazy people. After Jeff and Abed broke into his office to convince Frankie to come back to Greendale, he called security.
Greg was a young child who lived in Britta's parents neighborhood. He was riding past the Perry's house on his Green Machine when Britta pulled him off of it. He watched in disbelief as Britta commandeered his trike. Mrs. Perry gave Greg a wad of cash for his troubles and he asked her what her daughter's problem was.
Once the 2015 school year had ended, the Save Greendale Committee was at "The Vatican" bar discussing what might happen after summer when the next semester begins. Taking a meta approach from Abed they each began pitching ideas in the form of a new Season of a television show. Ben Chang's idea was to introduce a new member to the group, a stop motion animated character called "Ice Cube Head". He was just as his name described and had an appetite for cellphones which he said to him tasted like prime rib. Ice Cube Head could also fire blue energy beams from his fingers that he claimed could solve any problem. As soon as Pelton joined in and started dancing Jeff had enough of Chang's pitch and declared he was going home.
“Guys we just finished year six and it was hard work, and I don't want to care about Greendale and I don't want to spend my brief moment of humanity doing conceptual riffs developing the imaginary TV show of our lives. By the way, terrible improv. Ice Cube Head? You were just looking at your drink.”— Jeff
"Janitor" was cleaning Dean Pelton's office and noticed his telepresence device camera. He sat behind the camera and saw that Abed had taken over multiple telepresence units in the study room and was chanting "eradicate!". He began to chant along with the Abed telepresence units.
Karen is the wife of Blake who was upset her husband bought a giant hand. Years ago she and her husband lost their son in a freak accident. This involved a giant kite which carried him away never to be seen again. Since then Blake became obsessed with buying oversized objects on the Internet, one of the most recent being a giant watch with which he hoped to pair with his latest purchase. When the hand never showed up Karen confronted him about where he was channeling his grief. Blake owned up to this but also added he wanted the giant hand in case his son was alive and waiting for a better daddy with a bigger hand. Upon learning this Karen told him she's going to walk the dog and eventually leave him.
In real life actress Danielle Shneider is actually married to actor Matt Besser who also plays her husband onscreen in this "Community" end tag.
"Old Shop Owner" was a character in a movie Abed owned called "Joelho-Alto Prejuizo Moral". In the movie, a "Sexy Portuguese Man" opens a chest in his shop and inside is an imp-like creature called a "knee-high mischief". The owner explains the conditions of care the creature needs over scene cut-aways but it appears the conditions were not followed as the man and a "Sexy Portuguese Woman" are shown later at his shop begging for help. He is then shown shooting the creatures with a shotgun.
Ryan was a child computer genius who hacked Greendale and threatened to post the contents of everyone's email accounts unless the racist comedian Gupta Gupti Gupta performance at Greendale was stopped. He ended up leaking the emails and was caught by a child policeman Officer Warburton. He made a disingenuous apology to the Save Greendale Committee before being taken away.
Ryan has a lot of computer screen names including "String Cheese Hustler", "Fart Mitzvah", "Skulls and Boners88", "Frozen sucked" and "Captain Titty".
"Scrunch" was a character in one of Jeff's visions of what year seven at Greendale could be for him. He imagined that all the Save Greendale Committee members had left and replacing them at the study table was Vicki, Garrett, Dave, Todd, Leonard and a tech billionaire named "Scrunch" who bought Greendale and now called the shots, not Jeff.
"Security Guard" was posted outside the study room before the Professor emeritus ceremony for telepresence convict "Willy" in order to keep Jeff out. After allowing a telepresence convict to enter, he waved the telepresence unit showing Elroy Patashnik in the study room who then allowed Jeff to take over the unit.
"Sexy Portuguese Man" was a character in a movie Abed owned called "Joelho-Alto Prejuizo Moral". In the movie, the man opens a chest in his shop and inside is an imp-like creature called a "knee-high mischief". The "Old Shop Owner" explains the conditions of care the creature needs over scene cut-aways but it appears the conditions were not followed as the man and a "Sexy Portuguese Woman" are shown later at his shop begging for help.
"Sexy Portuguese Woman" was a character in a movie Abed owned called "Joelho-Alto Prejuizo Moral". In the movie, the woman is opening a Christmas present when a small imp-like creature called a "knee-high mischief" jumps out at her. She is also seen kissing "Sexy Portuguese Man" when they are beset upon by one of the mischiefs and run away from a pack of them.
Takashi is a Japanese student who texted Dean Pelton pretending to be Jeff Winger. His father chewed him out for his high phone bill and Takashi was left depressed by his disparaging words. He texted Pelton looking for a friend to talk to and even admitted he wasn't Jeff. When Pelton refused to believe him Takashi resolved to not be like his father. It's then revealed the incident led to him later becoming the head of the Yakuza known as "Oyabun".
Oyabun in Japanese literally means "Foster parent" and is the top position in the country's criminal mafia organization known as the Yakuza. The hierarchy is based on the structure of Oyabun-koban; this is a compact in which people who are usually not related agree to share certain obligations as those with actual blood ties would.
Takashi's father angrily berated his son after learning he wasted his money on expensive cellphone charges. When his son sarcastically insulted him he pointed out that Takashi is currently insulated from the real world. He tells Takashi that when he reaches his age he'll become just as insignificant as he is.
PORTRAYED BY: Mario Perez
FIRST APPEARANCE: "Modern Espionage"
"Waiter" worked at the "Clean Up Greendale" gala which the Save Greendale Committee was casing to stop a potential disruption by the latest Paintball Assassin game. Britta spotted a paintball gun hidden in the Waiter's vest and reported to the committee that she had a "bogey with a gun" which the Waiter overheard. Later, Elroy and Britta had a paintball battle in the kitchen with the kitchen staff. Waiter was the first person taken out, by Britta.
"Warden" was present in study room for the Professor emeritus ceremony for telepresence convict "Willy". He revealed that "Willy" was a wrongly convicted felon which ruined the persona Willy had built at Greendale. After being taunted by Jeff's telepresence unit, Willy fought Jeff's unit and won but Dean Pelton turned Willy's unit off and carried Jeff's unit out of the room. After witnessing this display, the Warden exclaimed his disbelief at what he'd seen and what Dean Pelton had allowed to occur.
Throughout the series an actor named Andy Lobo is used as a frequent background extra. He is notable for his shoulder length brown hair. In Season Six Lobo appears in 10 episodes. He was the first person served a burnt sandwich by Britta at Shirley's Sandwiches, was in the audience at Chang's "Karate Kid" play (sitting behind Dean Pelton), was at the Natalie Is Freezing concert, danced at "Club Club" with Jeremy, was in law class when Garrett proposed to Stacy and was at their wedding. In total he appears in over 65 episodes.