The exploits of the Gambino also recognized as the childish tycoon Troy Barnes has become something by of Community. Troy (along with Pierce, Shirley, and Annie), are invited by Abed to meet Jeff and Britta in a Spanish study group. When it’s discovered that Jeff had lied about being a Spanish instructor, the rest of the study group forces him out. When Troy including the others later find Jeff discouraged on the steps of the building, they all took pity him and hugged him. Troy and Abed soon become quick friends, and a full-blown bromance begins. He also converts more useful thing associated with college life and abandons his varsity jacket along with his jock reasoning. Along with the year’s oblivious actions to Annie’s obvious school girl crush on him until he was made aware of it by Jeff and Britta. When he helps Britta out at her dancing recital, it places the seeds for future expansions between them. A meeting with Jerry, the caretaker, makes Troy informed of the exceptional repairer skills he possesses. This fact seems to bother him, like an insult was spoken about his not knowing a car towing services, which pisses of some dudes.
His dad throws him out of the house to create room for his incredibly younger girlfriend. Troy tries to move into Abed’s dorm room but is told by his friend that living with each other at this point, would add too much of a strain on their friendship. He instead takes up a previous offer he got from Pierce and moves into his estate with him. Jeff surprisingly reassembles Troy and the remainder of the study group for another year at Greendale Community College. They all re-enroll at the institution after Jeff joins the staff as the new law professor. At Abed’s persistence, Troy, Annie, Shirley and Britta take a Nicolas Cage-themed media studies course taught by Professor Sean Garrity. Troy and the demise of the group also form a teacher/student alliance called the “Save Greendale Committee.” When the Ass Crack Bandit resurfaces, Troy suits one of his victims and is traumatized by the conflict. When Star-Burns admits to the offense, Troy faces him at a press conference and slaps him, although it is later exposed that Star-Burns is not guilty. Soon after, Shirley finds out that Pierce has died, and Troy and the group attend his funeral. A man called Mr. Stone takes out Pierce’s will and asks them to participate in a private inquest which presents them eligible for a share of Pierce’s estate. After the inquest is completed, Troy is revealed to have received all of Pierce’s shares of Hawthorne Wipes worth over 14 million dollars. The only condition is that Troy take the challenge of sailing around the world. Before Troy embarks on his trip, Abed hosts a campus wide game of “Hot Lava” in his honor. Troy and Abed enjoy one last experience at school and, thanks to Britta’s persistence, admit how much they will miss each other. Once the game is over, a rig hauling Pierce’s sailing vessel “The Childish Tycoon,” along with co-anchor LeVar Burton, comes to pick Troy up. Troy says his farewell to everyone and climbs aboard, sharing one last look with Abed as he departs. Sometime after their campaign began, it was reported that LeVar Burton and his “non-celebrity companion” were seized by loot driven privateers off the Gulf of Mexico.