Satire Video “Divorce Makes a Family Twice as Big”

By • Dec 23rd, 2012 • Category: Colin Hanks, Leading

Colin Hanks and Kimmy Gatewood are starring in a 40th anniversary satire video “Divorce Makes a Family Twice as Big”, which premiered exclusively on BuzzFeed about a week ago. The song can be found on the album “It’s OK to Do… Stuff”.

Colin Hanks and Kimmy Gatewood have a message for the holidays that 51% of couples should be able to get behind.

Shot over 6 days and nights in the valley, most of which were spent picking out the worst Christmas sweaters they could find, they’ve got a message about divorce from the new album “It’s OK To Do Stuff: Songs Left Off Free To Be You And Me” Proceeds from the album to St. Jude’s, and it’s available now on iTunes, Amazon and everywhere fine parody albums are sold.

Read the full article: Exclusive: “Free To Be You And Me” Satire Video Tackles Divorce

On December 20th, Colin tweeted “Happy Holidays” and shared a pic in which he wears an awesome sweater vest. Could have been a wardrobe test for this clip, don’t you think?

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