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OK, So Chevy Chase Isn't Happy With His Role on 'Community' -- Everyone Knows That, but Now We Have the Expletive-Laced Tape to Prove It; Hear It for Yourself THR

The feud between “Community” star Chevy Chase and series showrunner Dan Harmon has been in the news for weeks, and now a new audio tape has surfaced that adds insight into what it’s all about, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The story reports: “Chase, who left a vulgarity-laden tantrum on the voicemail of series creator and showrunner Dan Harmon, which then went viral after Harmon played it publicly at a comedy show, calls Community a ‘f--king mediocre sitcom’ that suffers from a serious disconnect between what happens on set and what is seen by the audience.”

Chase also says on the tape: "The other part of the disconnect is, obviously, you don't get my humor at all, or what it is I do that's funny, that actually makes people laugh. ... There are two choices. One is the story line -- like everybody gives a s--t about the f--king story when they don't even know who the characters are -- or there's make people laugh."

Harmon apologized last week for playing Chase’s comments publicly, as previously reported.

Here’s the audio tape, with the expletives bleeped: