Our kids are both funny in different ways. They’re inherently weirdos. The littler they are, the smaller the filter on their weirdness. The youngest - she’s just pure, she says whatever she wants. Like if I tell her no to something - ‘No, it’s too late for cartoons, no more cookies today’ - she will very sincerely try to choke me to death. She’ll have her little tiny hands around my throat and I’ll just be laughing.
I think that a lot of characters were unappreciated, like Quinn, Mike, Tina, Matt, Rory, Sugar, Joe, Lauren, Puck, Mercedes, Brittany, Santana, the season 4 newbies, season 6 newbies, Jeff, Nick and all the other Warblers. I wish we had seen more of them
joshgroban: So happy to welcome Tina, Jeff and Alice to @greatcometbway….I was happy to show Tina what I’ve been up to since she let me out of “The Box” in Muppets: Most Wanted. It was dark in there. So dark.
“She starts preschool in a couple weeks, which I think is gonna be real interesting. Once I finally got her into preschool, and it was like a done deal, I was like “Hey, let me tell you some stuff about her…she is not potty trained, she’s allergic to nuts and she bites…so I gotta go…” - Tina Fey on her youngest daughter Penelope, 4.