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Who Wants To "Carpool With Matt Morrison & Jane Lynch"?

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You’d think the answer to that question would be a resounding “Yes!!” especially since Jane Lynch is such an animal advocate, and Matthew Morrison is a big greenie. But after you watch this video from Funny Or Die you might think twice.

The stars of Glee teamed up for this very funny video in which Morrison picks up Lynch so they can be more green and carpool to work.

“Really excited for our first carpool together!” Lynch exclaims. “Just a couple of good pals going green.”

But then Morrison lays some truth down (typical Will Schuester), “To be fair Jane, carpooling is only a small solution to a much greater problem,” he states. “We could all do a lot more.”

Things take a turn for the funny once Morrison starts singing along to his favorite jams, tunes like George Michael‘s “Faith,” and Limp Bizkit‘s “Nookie.” All of which inspire Lynch to say some pretty choice lines. “Why do you have to sing everything like you just swallowed a pair of jazz hands?” she replies at one point.

We’d hate to spoil all the LOL’s for you, so just check out the video below. Oh, and you’re welcome!

Carpool with Matt Morrison & Jane Lynch from Matthew Morrison

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