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He also forges a very friendly connection with Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown), after discovering that they have fun gossiping together. In big part because it is one of the episodes to really give the underrated character of Shirley something to do, and it allows her to really connect with another member in the study group in a way previous episodes hadn't quite done.

It fleshes out her character, and thus, the "family" of the Study-Group as a whole.

This is one of the episodes that really humanizes Jeff in a way that makes him all the more relatable and enjoyable as a character, and it's nice seeing Britta put into similarly humanizing circumstances.

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It's Halloween at Greendale, and Jeff (Joel Mc Hale) has the hots for one of his teachers (Lauren Stamile) and gets dating advice from Señor Chang (Ken Jeong).

Meanwhile Annie (Alison Brie) throws a ""Dia de los Muertos" party for extra credit.

Professor Duncan's (John Oliver) incompetence as a psychologist is even more apparent with his explanation of his experiment.

By talking about the Id and the Ego, etc, he reveals that his "Duncan Principle" is founded on Freudian theory, which is largely discredited in modern psychology, which is founded primarily in Behaviorist theory.

Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) and Jeff (Joel Mc Hale) bond over their common love of trash talk, while Jeff and campus hippie Vaughn (Eric Christian Olsen) compete for Britta's (Gillian Jacobs) affection.

Meanwhile, Annie (Alison Brie) uses Abed (Danny Pudi) and Troy (Donald Glover) as guinea pigs for a psych class experiment, and Pierce (Chevy Chase) gets hip to modern technology with a hearing aid.

Señor Chang (Ken Jeong) invokes an inquisition and trial when one of the gang cheats on an exam.

Annie (Alison Brie) enlists Pierce (Chevy Chase) to help her compose Greendale's new school song, and Troy (Donald Glover) educates Abed (Danny Pudi) on the art of joking.

And that's why I am giving "Social Psychology" a near-perfect 9 out of 10.

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