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JJJ was the only one on set to chat with Jennifer and Doug about their guest starring roles.
“I play Priscilla, a dirt fairy and she has this Romeo and Juliet thing going on with Oogie from the Flaji. The Flaji and the Dirt Fairies have a rivalry and don’t get along at all. Priscilla and Oogie…they are the messed up version of Romeo and Juliet. They’re green and dirty,” Jennifer told us while on a short break.
“We never worked together before,” Doug dished to us about working with Jennifer. “We knew each other mostly from Friends For Change stuff, and we’ve always gotten along really nice. It’s been splendid…great to work with her. It’s not hard to have chemistry with her at all.”
Doug added about possibly returning to the show again, “I hope Oogie comes back. I love this show. It took me a year to come back from the first time I was on here and I hope it’s not another year before I come back again. I do hope that whenever the finale for the show is in the future, I’m in it. I can bring back the Flaji army and help the kings in whatever fight. I’d definitely be up for coming back.”
“Make Dirt Not War” follows the kings as learn that their Flaji friend Oogie (Brochu) has to hide his relationship with Priscilla (Stone), the daughter of the Dirt Fairy Chief, because of their conflicting tribes.
To unite the tribes and impress Mikayla (Kelsey Chow), Brady (Mitchel Musso) tries to get Oogie to perform a Fairy courtship ritual in front of Priscilla’s father. However, things don’t go as planned and a mix-up causes Brady to become her boyfriend.
The new episode airs TONIGHT, April 2nd @ 7:30PM ET/PT on Disney XD. More Here! »
Some of the sketches you’ll see in this weekend’s show: Mr. Goodman takes his class on a field trip to an Art Gallery; Angus convinces a board room of executives to buy the shin-ercizzer; a salesman pitches watching a logical show over a random show; Braggy Benson’s sister tries out to be a cheerleader; and Tantrum Girl discusses Smart Phones and bypasses having a tantrum;. The cast performs these skits and more in an all-new episode of “So Random!,” premiering SUNDAY, FEBRAURY 12 (7:30-8:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.
China will be performing “Unstoppable.” Check out a clip below!
So Random airs Sunday, February 12th @ 7:30PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
Andy Grammer tickles the ivories of his keyboard in this new still from tonight’s So Random.
The up-and-coming musician performs his hit song, “Keep Your Head Up” in the episode!
Also in tonight’s sketches: The stage crew realizes they’re the real stars of the school play; Sergeant Slumber teaches the doâ€™s and donâ€™ts of sleepovers; Detectives Hickory and Dickory solve fairy tale crimes; Victoria and Lyla talk to their dogs about people at the movie theater.
So Random airs TONIGHT @ 7:30PM ET/PT Disney Channel.
Check out your first look of Doug Brochu on Fish Hooks!
Doug, 21, voices Lonnie, a marching band conductor who bans all the students from playing music.
Milo (Kyle Massey) stands up for the gang and proudly plays his kazoo as loud as possible. Unfortunately, Lonnie doesnâ€™t take kindly to Miloâ€™s rebellion and challenges the gang to a battle of the bands â€“ where the losing band will have to give up music forever.
“Banned Band” premieres Friday, November 25 @ 9:15PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
Chris, Doug, China and Adam Irigoyen (who was unable to attend) will be talking about their personal experiences with family members serving in the Armed Forces in interstitials on Disney Channel, which will debut on Veterans Day (November 11th).
The messages are designed to recognize America’s military kids and are part of Disney’s ongoing support of the White Houseâ€™s Joining Forces national initiative.
First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden created Joining Forces to bring Americans together to recognize, honor and take action to support military families as they serve our country and throughout their lives. The initiative aims to educate, challenge, and spark action from all sectors of society to ensure military families have the support they have earned.
DO YOU HAVE A FAMILY MEMBER IN THE MILITARY? 15+ pics inside…
FYI: Doug and Chris are both wearing suit jackets from Franklin + Gower. More Here! »