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Paget Brewster and Keith David join Community

Paget Brewster and Keith David have signed on to the community college comedy, EW has confirmed. The two are expected to appear on the Greendale campus in all of season 6, which will debut on Yahoo! Screen early next year.

Brewster—whose TV credits include Criminal Minds and Friends, and who popped up on Key & Peele last week—has appeared on Community before, guest-starring as a member of the IT staff in last season’s episode “Analysis of Cork-Based Networking.” Instead of reprising her role, though, she will play a consultant named Francesca “Frankie” Dart who is tapped to hired to help turn around Greendale.

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Meanwhile, David, who provided the narration for the documentary in season three’s “Pillows and Blankets,” assumes the role of Elroy Patashnik, a retired scientist who enrols at Greendale. David starred last season in Enlisted and has appeared on the big screen in such films as There’s Something About Mary, Crash, and Platoon.

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