Another very solid episode which continues the string of good episodes after a couple of duds. For a change, I liked all the storylines though some more than others.
Joel McHale and Alison Brie actually have pretty good chemistry, and I was plesantly surprised how well Jeff and Annie worked together. The writers did a great job satirizing the debate and including the wheelchair bound guy who was a total hoot.
The weird thing about Britta is that she's the focus of an episode only when it involves Jeff. Those episodes aren't that great, and she and Jeff don't have as much chemistry as Jeff and Annie. When she's a side character, she becomes a fun character. This week, there were a number of funny scenes with her and Pierce the hypnotist.
I liked how we got to see Abed's films again. It's good to know the writers didn't make that into a one time thing. While Abed's films weren't savantish as his first, they were still surreal as an accurate prediction of the future. Abed's avid watching of movies has translated into an amazing ability to predict events in a television story.