You mentioned Troy and Abed’s joint Halloween costume, so I’m assuming they’re back on track? They had a fair amount of growth and conflict last season, but obviously their friendship is such a cornerstone of the show.
Yeah. I think, judging by their Halloween costume, they’re in a good place, I will say that. [Laughs.] I think what’s been nice is they had to sort of work through those tough times in the blanket and pillow war. So this is a new understanding of each other. I think everything came easy to Troy and Abed since they first met. They just understood each other with their nonsensical Spanish raps and all. And so I think it was important to show what would it be like if each character had to do their own thing. Because usually Troy and Abed just agree on everything. But some things might not be right for Abed that are right for Troy, and vice versa. I think they reached a common understanding that they are the best friends, but they also know that sometimes they each have to do their own thing, whether it’s AC repair school or the Dreamatorium. So yeah, they’re back, and there are a couple of really fun tags as well that we’ve already done this year that I think people will like.