Jeff contemplates graduation from Greendale, while the study group grapples with the return of the Darkest Timeline.
Abed becomes convinced that the study group was destined to meet at Greendale and pieces together everyone's past - revealing that their lives have been intertwined for years.
Annie and Shirley plot to win the spot of class valedictorian, while Troy and Abed accidentally switch bodies.
Jeff's holiday party goes south when Annie secretly invites Professor Cornwallis.
The gang gives puppet therapy a try after they accidentally reveal their darkest secrets.
The study group faces off in yet another paintball war. But this time, it's against themselves.
Your favorite morning show takes a look at what's going down in the other timelines.
Abed starts piecing together the study group's past and discovers they were all at the mall on the same day.
All ends well... or does it?
Are Troy and Abed's body-switching hijinks the real deal?
Troy and Abed milk the body-switching thing for all it's worth.
Jeff may not have a right arm, but he's armed with what's right.
Things take an interesting turn when Professor Cornwallis becomes a hostage.
The cast goofs off with their puppets in this behind-the-scenes piece!
Yvette Nicole Brown gets her hands on her very own Shirley puppet!
Ken Jeong is thrilled to get his hands on himself in puppet form.
Guest star Jason Alexander is thrilled to finally get an opportunity to grow out his hair.
Jim Rash talks about Dean Pelton's personal puppet collection.
Joel has some criticisms of Jeff in puppet form.
Donald talks about the amazing abilities of the puppeteers.
Alison and Gillian talk double puppet-tration.
The man behind Abed shares his excitement about the puppet episode.
The coat check girl seems to be right on target with Abed's pop culture references.
The study group gets down to their favorite tune...as puppets!
It's "Let's" versus "Splingles" in the Troy and Britta potato chip face-off.