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am i the only one who thought this episode was really rushed?
Yeah im glad the show finally gave Dianna Agron material that displayed her talent and also diving deeper into Quinn's character when she told Rachel she would be a star and she would be left in the same town :( MORE QUINN!
Everybody seems to love it, so what don't I get about this episode? This was the worst episode of the entire series, and that's saying something (one word: Acafellas).
The original songs? From predictable (both songs at Regionals) to stupid (everything else, but I give them the fact they were supposed to be). I felt as uncomfortable about "Trouty Mouth" as Sam did. Cruel is the only word that comes to mind. Making fun of something Sam can't change is just as wrong as any cruelty about race, sexual orientation, etc. on the show.
The love scenes (including, no, especially, Blaine/Kurt): forced. Thoroughly. Are we really supposed to believe that Blaine finally fell for Kurt because he sang Blackbird - hardly even tangentially related to the death of the bird? And are we really supposed to believe that anything BUT Finn/Rachel is going to happen?
Kathy Griffin? Not funny. How much did she pay Glee to let her continue her Palin vendetta?
In fact, the only thing halfway believabl
I love love love love the Klaine Kiss!!!!!!!!!!
loved Kurt and Blaine! also loved the songs, all great
WOW, Lea is AMAZING!
Compared to the nonsense this season, I take the all-about-rachel-days from season 1 back any day!
Also liked the short Brittany/Santana scene. Last week was too much too fast, but if they play the story out more carefully I love it.
Kurt/Blaine - Awwww...
As for Quinn, I hold my judgement for now. I just hope they plan on giving her more screentime and FINALLY adress her issues about giving up her baby!!! The insecurity in this ep was a good start to get more into her character, so we'll have to wait and see....
This episode was amazing.My number one favorite thing?THE KLAINE KISS! I also liked loser like me and raise your glass.On a side note,I loved seeing more of Quinn's bitchy side.I hope Klaine is together forever!
It's a great episode after a series of 5 crappy ones. It's like fillers up to here. Where is Vocal Adrenalin?
And the scene where Rachel sings, Finn looks at her, and Quinn at Finn. Is that a little tribute to "Dawson's creek" prom queen scene? Just saying
I LOVED, loved, loved this episode. The original songs...Klaine kiss (swoon)...Rachel made me cry - TWICE. Would have called it flawless except for Kathy Griffin. She was incredibly offensive. Did not expect to see such blatant and totally false, leftist propaganda in my favorite show. ;(
Rachles solo made me cry. Best song I have heard all yea and I loved Hell to the No. Dont really care too much for Mercedes( Im still upset that she played Frankenferter instead of John Stamos) but she sang the song magnificently. Loved Kurt and Blaine,loved their songs.Found myself fast forwarding past the whole Rachel-Finn-Quinn triangle and I thought that at least the stripper-turned-judge was funny,because "she needed a place to stay".
Plus we got us some Sue Sylvester. She has been conspiculously absent since losing the Cheerios and I have found myself missing her."Consider this the opening salvo of World War Sue:.Classic
Overall, the best episode of the season so far,with the wedding episode a close second.Best show on television
loved lea michele's solo.it was brilliant!!!Love the songs "get it right","loser like me",and big ass heart"
Nice review. I thought it was a good episode too -- didn't know it was the last for a stretch, but like you said, a good note to go out on. I also agree about the judges -- unnecessary, and not really funny. Good points about Quinn too. Check out my full review here!
Klaine was amazing! I'm so glad that they finally gor together!
The musical numbers were amazing!! Ok, I am a huge Quinn fan but the way she has been acting lately on the show is terrible! She was way to harsh to Rachel. But at the same time, when Quinn was telling Rachel to get over Finn and "Get it Right" it seemed like she was admitting that she was settling for Finn as she now believes that she can never have a happily ever after. I think that she has a lot of unresloved issues! I am actually a huge huge huge Quinn/Puck fan and I would also love for her to get back togeher with him and for Rachel and Finn to be together again as they most likely will judging how Finn was smiling at Rachel during "Get it Right" (which was amazing!) Fingers crossed! :)
one word: amazing
Lea Michelle is by far one of the best actors/singers on the show. This season it seems like she is getting shoved back, well more like Rachel is so others can come forward when really her and Kurt carry the whole show!
First of all, as a big Rachel fan, I wanna say that she made me cry yesterday. Well, I felt heartwarmed when I saw the Klaine kiss. Kurt has fallen in love with Blaine for such a long time and finally started a relationship with him. I don't really know if I like Rachel with Finn after his ridiculous attempt to get back with Quinn. Not that I don't like her, but he was so devastated when his best friend got her pregnant and he broke up with Rachel because she kissed Puck, and he still get together with someone that hurt him so much? In fact, in my point of view, what Quinn did was much worse than Rachel's actions. Due to this reason, sometimes I wonder if Rachel doesn't deserve better. Someone that will love her for who she is, the annoying Rachel and the cute Rachel. The New Direction's performance was breathtaking, I got goosebumps during the whole presentation. I hope that Klaine will stay together for a long time. For the record, Quinn was ridiculously mean to Rachel.
I hope FINN and Quinn stay together as they deserve each other.
I also agree with Keith: why does Rachel have to be shut out now just because she is going to leave in the future?
I love this episode so much!!!!.....but I don´t think that Quinn and Finn will end up together....Finn said at season one that he doesn´t wanna end up like guys in his hometown, he wants to be something more then mechanic at this point Quinn was mean and selfish and she truly doesn´t care about Finn like Rachel does.
On the judges ...
Somebody commented in a review of another show that if you intend to watch a show made in Hollywood, you just have to accept a certain amount of leftist propaganda. The east and west coast elites call the rest of "America flyover-country" (and, ironically, or they really know what prejudice is to want to take on bullying, the show was created out of real Indiana-Ohio Glee Club experiences by the show's creators).
That said (about having to tolerate a certain amount of political prejudice), other than not having a clue what the tea party is and attributing everything hateful they can imagine to the tea party in order to make fun of it, I think it really was an attempt by the writers to be funny -- like they've done with all the judges in every show they've had them (like Olivia Newton John saying brunettes have no place in show biz or the 3rd runner up beauty queen getting creeped out by deaf kids or Kathy Griffin's tea partier).
I thought Quinn's speech to Rachel about their respective futures was actually pretty together. She didn't seem to have any illusions at all. Quinn and Finn will almost surely end up exactly as Quinn said ... and Rachel, right from the pilot episode, was always leaving. The only pro-Rachel protest one can make, and should, is that why should she have to be shut out now in her home town because someday she's leaving?
Appreciation of Rachel has grown episode by episode. That's been satisfying. Maybe it started with her being unanimously elected Glee club captain (when she says they're a glee club and should perform and the store owner asks what did you have in mind, everyone looks to Rachel). In Theatricality, they notice when she's absent and want to know where she is. In Funk, they want to march off to fight over her egging. I think really started to change in Duets and continued in Silly Love Songs and Rachel really became the central figure in Blame It On the Alcohol -- not just her party, but Brittany going to Rachel when she doesn't feel well. It's funny when she slips on the butter and Puck says, "It works!" but her MVP award was only the culmination of lots of episodes development.
Great great great episode!! Lot of songs but also drama, fun and storyline! Fav. episode of the season for me!!
What about Sue punching out the governor's wife? She has crossed so many lines and while she's one of the great counterpoints to the show, she'd be out of a job and possibly in prison for this one! They have got to address that in the next episode.
this episode its too boring too much emotion & drama!!! so much blain & kurt moment!!! (bird moment??? WTF)
...next time pls. more on "new direction" because they are the major cast of glee. hope kurt will come back at new direction. hope quinn & rachel become BFF.
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