“Late night jam sesh with Darren Criss of FOX’s hit show “Glee”… Best rendition of ‘Teenage Dream’ ever” (1080p) [Source]
Darren Criss - The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late) - HD w. dialogue
Toys for Tots at the Toy Box
I love Charlene doing the hula hoop behind Darren and the little hug at the end!
I’ve made too many :’) Just take Photoshop away from me. I shouldn’t be allowed.
(le bringing them back)
Oftentimes I meet people who challenge me, “You have no idea what you’ve done for me.” Well the truth is, it’s the other way around. I do have an idea, and a pretty good one at that. Because for whatever you may think I may be giving you, you are actually giving back to me, tenfold (…) as time goes on, you all have never ceased to amaze me with your enthusiasm, creativity, and seemingly endless joy that continues to inspire and encourage me.
Over the years, I’ve written at length at how far too many indie comedies mistake quirk for character. Characters feel like people. They have emotions, goals, fears, etc. A character canhave quirks, but they can’t be quirks. Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini‘s Imogene is yet another example of an indie comedy that derives its comedy not from clever jokes, thoughtful set-ups and payoffs, or believable characters. It attempts to get laughs from its miserable eponymous protagonist interacting with her goofy family of one-dimensional eccentrics. As much as Imogene strives to coast on the wackiness of the characters, the best jokes in this shapeless comedy come from the little off-handed moments that slip through the tortured, hollow idiosyncrasies.