Britta makes Greendale history by being the first woman to protest against the Sadie Hawkins dance.
When Britta (Gillian Jacobs) is playing group therapist she’s usually causing some trouble. On the upcoming “Herstory of Dance,” Britta stirs up commotion when she plans a dance for the same time Greendale will be having their Sadie Hawkins dance. She calls it the “Sophie B. Hawkins” dance. But what does this women’s lib fanatic have against Sadie Hawkins? It seems like it’d be her style. The girls have all the power!
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Unfortunately for the girl always prepared for a protest, she has confused Sophie B. Hawkins with Susan B. Anthony. Who knows what she’s thinking since Sophie is a pop singer and Susan is a historical civil rights leader. The two couldn’t be more different, but it’s Britta so we’ll let it slide. Inspired by Susan, she decides to make her own mark on history. But her efforts are definitely in vain since the Sadie Hawkins dance is already about equality and women’s rights. There’s not much to protest there, Britta. Will she make up a ridiculous reason for her protest to save face?
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My predictions: Jeff (Joel McHale) will somehow publicly humiliate her, Abed (Danny Pudi) will recite the history of the Sadie Hawkins dance in a robotic tone, Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) will wave his wrists around and say, “No no no,” at least once when he finds out about Britta’s dance and Troy (Donald Glover) will be confused.
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Can’t wait for this calamity of errors to unravel April 4th on NBC!
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