But not everyone is behaving — looks like Jeff and Britta get a little bit wasted. Alison Brie: “They get drunk.”
Danny Pudi: “Surprise, surprise — did you see them on Troy’s 21st birthday? They’re the ones, every time it’s someone else’s day, they get sloshed.”
Gillian Jacobs: “Duh. Britta and Jeff, ego, alcohol, insecurity, daddy issues all combined … at a wedding.”
Joel McHale: “Crazy, huh? Jeff’s got some issues. A lot of alcohol, a lot of pent up memories. Amid his in a drunken stupor, he goes back to his childhood memories. I think it’s a crack in the shell … he knows it, but he doesn’t want to face it. But not much comes out after this. That’s what’s so great about Dan is he only lets it out a little bit at a time. It’s not like, ‘And now I’m changed!’”
While you’re freaking out about ‘Community,’ check out this Childish Gambino feature our friends at The Boom Box did.
You rap but you’re also a producer. When did you start realizing you had a knack for doing both?
When I was really young, I really wanted a Talkboy, which is a tape recorder that was made very popular in ‘Home Alone 2: [Lost in New York],’ and I really wanted one. I saved up and I got one. My mom bought a guitar from a family friend of mine and I would make little albums with it all the time. I was taking guitar lessons and I was learning piano at the same time. I guess about freshmen year of college as well, a friend of mine came and visited me and he had a ripped version of FruityLoops [a digital audio workstation] and I just started making beats on FruityLoops. Actually all of my remixes and my music was done exclusively through FruityLoops. I remixed all of Fiona Apple and I remixed all of Sufjan Stevens’ ‘Illinois’ album all through FruityLoops, which sounds cumbersome but it was actually very fun. I guess like because of that, I was like, “I gotta do something with these beats.” They all sounded like anime theme songs.
Comedian, actor, writer and musician; Donald Glover can do it all. Known for his role as Troy Barnes on NBC’s ‘Community,’ the comedian-turned-rapper stopped by AOL Music to discuss his hip-hop plans under the pseudonym Childish Gambino and the release of his forthcoming album ‘Camp’ in November.
Stay tuned for our exclusive video interview with this jack-of-all-trades!