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Harold is faced with the daunting task of picking up his date for the high school dance. Amidst the rubble and decay of modern American suburbia, Harold must do his best to make a good first impression on the eccentric Mr. Darling against a series of somewhat unforeseen events. Care for something to drink Harold? Written by
A: Because he is a brilliant young actor with impeccable comedic timing.
Once you get over the fact that you have crapped your pants from laughing so hard, you will come to realize that Darling Darling may have been the best short comedy you have ever seen. Nothing should be said about what happens during the short time that Harold waits for his prom date to finish getting ready because it probably won't sound funny and it would spoil the viewing experience.
Any fan of Arrested Development and Michael Cera would truly enjoy this original comedy that drags you off the beaten path and sprinkles you with happiness.
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