If Dan Harmon has thoughts about "Community's" Season 6 finale, his Twitter followers aren't going to be the ones to hear them.
The showrunner took to Twitter to announce his exit from the social media platform. Don't worry, it's not permanent; he's just taking a "couple weeks" to himself now that the show will be over.
"The finale airs in a couple hours. I'm gonna delete my Twitter app and take a couple weeks off the internet and no interviews and I love you"
"Community's" sixth season finale aired on Yahoo Screen on June 2. This is the first season that the show's run on that platform, as NBC aired its previous five. It's unclear if Yahoo plans to renew the series for Season 7. This temporary social media hiatus shouldn't come as a huge surprise to Harmon's followers. A handful of his recent tweets seem to show that he is feeling the exhaustion that comes from running a show.
In "Community's" Season 6 finale, Yvette Nicole Brown returned as Shirley Bennett. The episode, titled "Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television," centers around Abed (Danny Pudi) asking everyone to imagine pitching a TV show about what they would do in Season 7. Harmon still has work to do over the summer. His Adult Swim series "Rick and Morty," which he co-created with Justin Roiland, premieres Season 2 on July 26, 2015.