Chevy Chase's 'Community' Voicemail Rant Makes Him Sound Ridiculous (AUDIO)

Chevy Chase's Community character isn't exactly known for his levelheaded temper and good decision-making skills, but I think maybe even Pierce Hawthorne might think twice before calling his boss a "goddamn a**hole" and a "fat f**k."

Apparently Chase was so ticked off at Community creator Dan Harmon recently, he left him a furious profanity-laden voicemail that, among other things, calls into question the strength of Harmon's writing skills … and describes Harmon as a "stinko." That's in addition to Chevy's inevitable invitation for Harmon to fellate him, of course.

The best part about this whole sitcom-turned-drama? The voicemail has, naturally, made its way to the Internet. Oh, what glorious times we live in.

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In a feud that's more than a little reminiscent of Charlie Sheen's battle against Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre, Chase is reportedly angry with Harmon because of an incident that happened during the show’s end-of-season wrap party. As the story goes, Chase walked off the set during the shooting of Community's upcoming season finale, and Harmon retaliated by giving a "F** you, Chevy" speech during the wrap party … in front of the cast, crew, and Chase's wife and daughter.

Chase reportedly left the party right away and subsequently left the voicemail, which includes the following:

You didn't give us a script to begin with so nobody knew what the f*** was going on. (…) I don't get talked to like that by anybody, certainly not in front of my wife and daughter."

If you'd like to hear the whole voicemail, here it is—but be forewarned, you might want to turn your speakers down:


Who knows what's really been going on between these two, or who's at fault for what, but I can't imagine that it does Chevy Chase any good to have this voicemail circulating around the web. I mean, whether or not Harmon deserved to be taken down a notch or two for some past wrongdoing, it's Chase that comes off sounding childish and hard to work with. He's long had a reputation for being a difficult person, and this certainly doesn't help his reputation.

Not to mention that Chase should probably be kissing a little more ass over the fact that he's still relevant at all.

At any rate, I'm sure this voicemail spells the end of the occasionally-funny but mostly unlikable Pierce Hawthorne. Not that Chase seems to mind. As he told The Huffington Post right before right before production was wrapped for season three:

I have creative issues with this show. I always have. (…) I think, if you know me and my humor over the years, you know that this is certainly not my kind of thing. I probably won't be around that much longer, frankly.

Well, he's probably the one character on the show I wouldn't miss in the least. Smell you later, Chase.

What do you think of this Community feud? Would you be sad if Pierce was killed off the show?

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