"NBC’s decision to give this razor-sharp comedy the ultimate class dismissed wasn’t exactly shocking, but it was nevertheless disheartening," says Josh Sorokach, adding: "A.P. Bio is different. A.P. Bio is fun. A.P. Bio, for lack of a better term, is just plain cool. Mike O’Brien’s sitcom reminds me of another under-appreciated yet passionately-adored series: Community. Both shows excelled at delivering a distinct brand of weird, offbeat humor that resonated with a certain subset of fans. Few network sitcoms are as adept at comedic innovation as Community and A.P. Bio (The Good Place being the exception), but the reason I love as opposed to merely liking these shows is the way they mix off-kilter comedy with a stealthy heart. Community is nominally about a suspended lawyer doing the bare minimum to get his law degree. A.P. Bio is technically about a disgraced Harvard professor trying to escape Toledo and return to the good life. But at their core, both shows are actually about a group of oddballs coming together to form a makeshift family." ALSO: The episode "Wednesday Morning 8 AM" is the only #SaveAPBio argument you need.