“Community” Creator Apologizes About Voicemail Leak, Chevy Chase Says “We Got Comedy to Make”

"Community" creator Dan Harmon has apologized for playing playing Chevy Chase's voice mail in public, saying that he was being "childish, self-obsessed, unaware, naive and unprofessional."

It seems like all is coming back together in “Community” land.

TMZ is reporting that “Community” creator Dan Harmon has apologized for playing playing Chevy Chase’s voice mail in public, saying that he was being “childish, self-obsessed, unaware, naive and unprofessional.”

Harmon posted the statement on his blog, “Not That It Helps, But:“, saying that he played the tape for an audience at an L.A. comedy club, because he thought it would be funny:

“I was airing my dirty laundry for a chuckle…The giant mistake I made was involving someone else [Chevy] in that game of Russian roulette, someone that didn’t have an opportunity to say ‘yeah, hilarious, let’s do this.'”

Harmon said that hearing all the critics and fans bashing him on Twitter made him realize what he did wrong:

“Thirty people a day calling me an a**hole makes me know and feel, in my heart, that I am an a**hole. I’m a real “customer is always right” kind of guy in that regard.”

And what does Chevy think about all this?

When asked about the feud in Hollywood last night, Chase said:

“I think that was the WRONG thing to say at the time … NO, it was the RIGHT thing to say … at the time.” 

He added that the situation has “been handled” and “I don’t have anything to say about this stuff … we got comedy to make.”

And on that note, all is well and happy back in “Community” land…hopefully for a few more seasons to come.

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