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Community likes to brag about how under-appreciated it is: it's getting old. The latest? A sign on the Paramount lot "congratulating" the show for receiving no Emmy nominations, posted on the blog Franklin Avenue today.

Earlier this month Comedy Central released a promo for the show—running in syndication on the network—featuring cast members talking about how they never get any promotion. But here's the thing: yes, Community has had a rocky time of it, but it's stayed on the air for four seasons and has been granted a fifth with original showrunner Dan Harmon aboard. Not to mention, the show has a rabid (if impossible) fan base. Other shows should be so lucky. Congrats, Community. Truly. 

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