Sitcom about dating

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Troy and Britta bonded in their first year at Greendale after they discovered they were both taking dance classes and kept it a secret from the rest of the study group.

Throughout the semester, Troy and Britta had very little interaction despite being in the same group.

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Rather than doing the sensible thing and cancelling one of the dates, the character tries to keep both, going back and forth between the two dates without letting either know what's going on.

The series is produced by Doozer in association with Warner Bros. Troy is portrayed by Donald Glover and Britta is portrayed by Gillian Jacobs.Both characters first appeared on the show in the Pilot episode.Constructed by: Jeff Chen & Seth Geltman Edited by: Rich Norris Quicklink to a complete list of today’s clues and answers Quicklink to comments Theme: Fuzzy Math Today’s themed answers are terms from the world of MATH. Janet Reno was Attorney General of the US from 1993 to 2001.The twist is that we have some FUZZY, pun-like clues pointing to each term: When the future president was growing up, the Eisenhower family used the nickname “Ike” for all seven boys in the family, as “Ike” was seen as an abbreviation for the family name. “Little/Young Ike” was Dwight, who was the third son born. Reno was the person to hold the office second longest, and was our first female Attorney General.