'Community' canceled: Dan Harmon reacts to the end of his show
At a Harmontown performance in Portland, Oregon on Saturday (May 10), the topic understandably came up. But it wasn't the main topic of conversation -- no mention of "Community" was made by Harmon until he was asked about it about 30 minutes into the performance.
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According to a report from TV.com, Harmon had this to say about the "Community" cancellation:
"I was on my way to LAX, and somebody from Sony called me. Listen I -- the fans of that show have more reason to be upset than I do. I can go create another show. And also I got paid. The people that are most devastated are people that put unpaid labor into the show. Like, 'I'm hash-tagging this, I'm getting a tattoo of this, I love this show,' they didn't get compensated for it. They had a relationship with the show."
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Despite this almost carefree attitude, Harmon did admit that he may not have entirely processed what happened. "It'll take weeks to sink in," he said.