'Glee' star Chris Colfer inadvertently pitches new show on 'Jimmy Fallon'

Last night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Glee's Chris Colfer brought his adorable A game. Is this kid the sweetest piece of apple pie or what? He told Jimmy that he originally tried out for the role of Artie but that creator Ryan Murphy was so taken by him that they created the role of Kurt special. (Kurt because as a boy Colfer, of course, had played the Von Trapp in a school musical, and Hummel because he looks like one of those pink-cheeked porcelain dolls.) Colfer was all kinds of polite and sweet - yes, yes! - and he really gave Molly Shannon (smokin' hot legs, lady!) the giggles. But the best part of the interview was when Colfer described how he used to work mornings in his high school cafeteria and the lunch ladies were his only friends. They were the best friends you could have, he praised, they know the dirt on everybody! Why is this not a sub-plot on Glee? In fact, why do lunch ladies not have their own show?

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