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for me it was the worst episode ever. I mean, yes there were the sweet Brittana moments and yes Gwyneth Paltrow is nice but, it felt like the plot elements were thrown out in the writing room and that writers just put them next to each other without building and without interracting. I think the writing team (and Ryan Murphy in particular) should rewatch the first season cause some stuffs are just not adding up right: Rachel in the celebacy club? and Puck? I was waitning for Brittana to happen but it was forced: I mean they don't really talk in several episodes and then Santana is talking about her feelings so openly,... I'm not even starting with the Fuinn relationship cause last time we saw them together, Quinn said Finn that he had to figure out things with Rachel and now she is sleeping with him to be prom queen, seriously???
I am in love with Santana.. poor girl, they've given Naya Rivera's character such depth, it's unbelievable.
Weird episode, in all. Some strong elements.
i don't mind that emma still hasn't had sex; it's probably not THAT unrealistic for someone who is paralysed with their fear of germs. it's kinda weird that they were married, and still haven't, but i get it. what i DON'T get is rachel's turn from sensible teenagers telling the celibacy that girls want sex as much as guys, to the complete turn around, with absolutely no reason, i might add. that's what bugs me; emma's always been weird about human contact, at least that's consistent
I like when the show focus's on Rachel i hate when it goes into the secondary characters it's better when it focus on Rachel,Finn and sometimes Kurt
I disagree. I think that since this episode was not rachel centric it might have thrown the OP for a loop since the plot usually centers around her. And while I do agree that the brittany/santana plotline could have used a better lead up, this glee reminded me why I love glee in the first place.
The funny, emotional story lines that I have been missing since first season.
I think the way the writers handled Santana's story line is beautiful because we finally get insight into her mind, which is so new and extremely fragile.
Funny point- Not sure if this is the same reviewer that covered " Blame it on the alcohol" But when this was written--- It's not so much that I hate when Glee preaches" I laughed because it reminded me of last week ( which I agreed with you on).
Ok enough said here just sharing my thoughts! Of course I respect yours as well! :)
This was pretty terrible
I'm iffy on this episode. I do agree with the writer on a lot of points. Though... trying to watch Glee with it's recent PSA's anymore when you live with a parent who decides to now [of all episodes] watch the show with you? Awwwkward. I mean, I wouldn't mind so much if the show wasn't so blunt and to the point on some topics but.. sometimes I just feel bad for enjoying a show like this when they preach about topics my mother never bothered to delve upon with me. Guess I'm kind of like Brittany in the way that Cartoons or television kind of taught me. I'm not naive enough to believe it's from a stork no but.. it just makes me being older now knowing better and seeing an episode like this a little jealous yet foolish to know how well off these kids now a days really do have it. Back when I was younger the commercials and shows on these topics were overly vague and hard to understand so.. I guess it's a good thing?
I thought Burt's speech to Kirk was more than profound.......it was universal! It fit all relationships.......male/male, female/female, male/female.......it should be engraved in stone somewhere to be preserved for all mankind. Kudos to the writer who put such wonderful words together and also to 'Burt' who gave them from his heart! Best part of the whole show! Except the first song my Holly!
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