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S10.E04: Darren Criss

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Very excited for this episode. I think Darren will do great with improv. I really enjoyed Kevin McHale last season so I hope the good glee successes continue.

Greg Proops has always been a fave as well.

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Yeah! I don't normally watch this show, but I might pop in just to see what Greg Proops is doing.

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I was sad that Darren didn't get more to do. He's a really great comedic actor and I would have loved to see him do at least 2 sketches. Maybe something like Wilson Bethel's appearance last summer. 

Other than that, I thought it was a really great episode. 

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I don't know if anything will top Wilson Bethel.

I adore this show so, so much. I'm glad the CW brought it back, even if I do feel like it's hit and miss with some of the guest stars. They should have let Darren do more. He's more than capable.

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Darren Criss (who has a great bubbly personality and good sense of humor) totally should have been allowed to do more.

I mean, Wilson bethel does still set the standard, but I think Darren could have given him a run for the money...

 

 

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Show intros were: Wayne--Bringing sexy back, Jeff--You know you want it, Colin--You're gonna hear him roar, and Greg--Like a wrecking ball.

Games? Hollywood Director, Props, Dubbing, Scenes From A Hat, and Greatest Hits.

 

This is the episode that brought us "RoBroCop" and a Kanye West/Neil Diamond duet!

 

A wonderful moment was Jeff Davis laughing at Wayne's "walrus" during Props, and saying, "That's gonna be on the Internet forever!"  He then turned around and acted like a baboon. *g* Then the doodoo snowman. *sigh*

The Greatest Hits? "Songs of Kindergarten" included a Big Band number and the aforementioned duet. Other duets that Colin told us about were Macklemore and Jerry Lewis, and Dolly Parton and Dolly The Cloned Sheep.

 

It was a hilarious episode, that despite the icky, I recommend!

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