hrhchriscolfer: #TBT My callback for Godzilla.
Ok Pirates & Gleeks alike! Tell me. Is this a Throwback Tuesday picture of me & @darrencriss from back in the day? Or, could this possibly be airing tonight on @GLEEonFOX? Guess you will have to tune in to find out!
Ich habe ein paar Bilder durch größere Versionen ersetzt und auch neue hochgeladen
2009 Sessions > Set 001 [Chris Colfer] [1 replaced]
2009 Sessions > Set 008 [Chris Colfer] [2 replaced & 1 new]
2010 Sessions > Set 001 [Chris Colfer] [1 replaced]
2010 Sessions > Set 013 [Darren Criss] [18 replaced & 4 new]
2011 Sessions > Set 006 [Chris Colfer & Darren Criss] [4 replaced]
2011 Sessions > Set 010 [Darren Criss] [2 replaced]
2011 Sessions > Set 013 [Darren Criss] [1 new]
2011 Sessions > Set 015 [Darren Criss] [2 replaced]
2011 Sessions > Set 019 [Chris Colfer] [2 replaced & 1 new]
2012 Sessions > Set 010 [Chris Colfer] [1 replaced]
hrhchriscolfer: Happy Easter from me and the Endeavor! Hope you’re having as much fun as us!
Episode Stills > 5.18 The Back-Up Plan [+ 3]
Rachel’s duplicitous actions come back to haunt her as news that she missed a performance of Funny Girl in order to audition for a TV pilot – and lied to producers about it – begins to hit the press. In order to prevent a wave of bad publicity that could sully her fresh image, Rachel enlists Santana’s help in rebranding herself. Deciding she needs to champion a worthwhile cause, she and the girls organize an all-female musical gala to benefit a local dog shelter (aptly titled “Broadway Bitches”), but Rachel soon realizes there is a marked difference between simply looking like a good person, and actually being one.
Kurt – who has been starting to feel inadequate in the wake of everyone else’s recent successes and finding himself excluded from the all-girl performance – befriends former Broadway star Maggie Banks, who is currently living in a senior-citizens home for retired performers. When he is given the chance to join the elderly cast in their production of Peter Pan, he seizes the opportunity, and tries to make a positive difference in the lives of Maggie, her friends, and her family. Meanwhile, the smitten Sam is eager to prove to Mercedes that he’s a responsible and dependable adult worthy of being considered husband (and father) material. To prove his point, he adopts a dog, but when “McConaughey” proceeds to destroy the apartment (and Mercedes’ expensive hair extensions), Sam must teach the dog some obedience or admit failure.