A screenshot from the viral video hit!

Local Student Creates a Viral Video Hit

Community is a critically loved television sitcom that has been recently put on hiatus by NBC. Fans of the cult show have expressed their displeasure and have created numerous fan videos to show their support.

David Allen has recently created his own Community fan video and has received worldwide views and comments. Allen, who is a communications student at Ithaca College, decided to mix Community with Arrested Development, another cult show that ended it's run too soon. He reworked Community's opening credit sequence to model Arrested Development's credits. Pictures and videos were photoshopped and edited to move seamlessly and in-sync so the two videos would look nearly identical. After uploading it a month ago the video has been re-tweeted, posted all over Facebook and Tumblr, and has received over 13,000 views!

To view Allen's video visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD8WOzRG8ik and to see the video he modeled it after follow this link: http://youtu.be/zYqPs0LInls

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Anonymous1 says ... on Wednesday, Jan 4 at 7:23 AM

I would hardly call 13,000 views a viral video "hit". It's sad that you have to come to a place like this to promote your video. If it was truly as amazing as you think it is, it'd have more than 13,000 hits after a month on youtube. You're pathetic

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