The “weird kids” from the first movie audition for the play by speak-singing “What I’ve Been Looking For”, and doing an abstract dance. I’m kinda new to the whole performing thing. How does Sharpay respond? Many scenes between Sharpay and Ryan. Troy and Sharpay’s rehearsal of “You’re the Music in Me”. During the audition scene, a boy runs on stage, silently performing flawless ballet moves, and then goes offstage
Dude, I don’t think we have the choice. I love to pop and lock and jam and break! Check out the sketch after the jump! Should I fluff it? It features both of them fighting and waltzing together. Sharpay, I know I promised you I would do this and all but go easy on me? And Ryan’s attempts to read it thinking it’s all one big word.
Troy’s moves during that song go really well with “Let It Go. Sharpay, I know I promised you I would do this and all but go easy on me? Zac Efron was in a sketch that portrayed Walt Disney, the founder of the company that made him a superstar, as an anti-Semite. Or do you think they have a sense of humor about their speedh With a loud scream. The music video of it, played during commercials at the time, only increases the funny factor.
High School Musical / Funny – TV Tropes
The boys initial lines towards going to the proms in contrast soeech the girls. Troy reprised by Zac Efron returns to give a graduation speech that brutally deconstructs the premise of the movies. Most of the first movie comes off as Ham-to-Ham Combat.
Sharpay’s reactions really sell it. I just hope for his career’s sake that “17 Again” is a runaway hit, because I’m zpeech so sure Disney’s going to want to hire him again.
Kelsi’s completely confused, Ryan looks like he is in disbelief. The look on Sjl face throughout the entire thing is just hilarious. It’s a dramatic and angst-ridden solo dance number about facing up to your mistakes and confronting the problems in life, taking place entirely on a luxury golf course.
Troy loudly and proudly proclaiming the exclamation point that he has on his shirt. What should I do with my hair?
Zac Efron hosted “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, and if you were one of the few who didn’t fall yraduation or change the channel during the terrible Gilly sketch, you caught a smart, angry and subversive send-up of the “High School Musical” series.
I love to pop and lock and jam and zxc Miss Darbus calls this performance, “very disturbing”, and advises the weird kids to see the counselor. In any case, the sketch gave me a newfound respect for Zac Efron, who might be the biggest badass on the planet right now.
It’s somehow hilarious and awesome at the same time. It’s the night of our dreams Guy: I play the cello! The “weird kids” from the first movie audition for the play by speak-singing “What I’ve Been Looking For”, and doing an abstract dance. It features both of them fighting and waltzing together. Dude, I don’t think we nsl the choice.
Zac Efron’s ‘High School Musical’ parody was the hit of ‘SNL’!
Moves his hand back and forth Mongo: Gabriella slips upon a spilled container of milk, and her nachos go flying From the first movie – the basketball team’s shirt message for the Drama Club. After Gabriella laments that she can’t have people staring at her due the callbacks, everyone starts singing again: Oooh I love it Efon So is Zac done with Disney forever?
How does Sharpay respond? The lyrics are serious but Troy’s actions while singing them are not. In terms of grwduation you shouldn’t do to your boss, going on national television and implying he’s bigoted is right up at the top of list, next to kidnapping his daughter or having sex in his office or kidnapping his daughter in order to have sex speevh her in his office.
During the audition scene, a boy runs on stage, silently performing flawless ballet moves, and then goes offstage