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I JUST LOVE THE BITCHY SANTANA :) :) :)
Season 2 presents new storylines every episode, then ends that storyline by the time that episode ends. That is this season's weakness.
Season 1 - particularly the first half, the one where no one still cared about the show - was amazeballs because there were storylines arching out through the whole season, with the song performances to support them. These days, the storylines are what support the song performances - not the other way around. They need to change that, once and for all.
I didn't think it was one of glees' best episodes but it was pretty good. I really don't like that Quinn and Finn are back together! But i am happy that maybe Will and Emma may have a chance! Well can't wait til next week!!!!! TOTAL GLEEK!!!!!!!!!!!! :) OH YEAH!!!!!!!!
Did it bother anyone else that Will kept referencing the
5000 X .25 = 20000 on the board? Because that is false.
5000 / .25 = 20000, "teacher."
I truly enjoyed this episode!!! Not too preach-y and it was good clean fun! LOVED the Rachel and Mercedes storyline. I did expect more from the league of doom, but they're part of a major story arc so I hope it gets better.
Now: am I the only one who loved Gwyenth?! She did amazing and it was awesome how they wrapped up her storyline for this season!!
I will give up my man-card and admit that I choked up a bit when she turn around and said "I thought you'd never ask" for the last time :)
It was just TOO perfect!!
The show no longer focuses on the story but rather centering the performances around the show. The writers and producers are gonna kill the show this way.
- Kurt and Blaine (Like always, really cute)
- Santana standing up to Karofsky (awesome)
- Rachel and Mercedes (Outstanding moment)
- The Brainiacs(Brit perfect, a really like her)
It hurts my heart saying this, but the rest was pretty lame!
I was waiting for something more.
well it was an average episode. I don't understand the 4.8...I don't really like the songs and I will agree with Kitty for the best parts, even if personally I kind of like Lauren.
- Emma is back
- Rachel and Mercedes
- Holly/Will resolution
But the rest was kinda lame. I guess its nice to see a few other cast members perform, but the story around it was just boring.
Also: I hate Lauren. I really don't get why on earth she is getting so much attention while characters people actually care about haven't had a good line in month. Such a shame!
And btw: did anybody watch the "honey badger" youtube clip Sue referenced? Holy shit....
Sorry but I do not agree. This episode was boring and the music did nothing to help it. How in the world is Adele a neglected artist??? Sara Bareilles maybe, Vanessa Carlton or even some former American Idol contestants who made albums. But Adele? No. I also find it very hard to believe that the only two people who came to the event voluntarily were Blaine and Kurt. This show is getting more and more unrealistic each week which is horrible because I love it. I'm sorry, they're parents' would have come. As a member of my school choirs from 4th grade through 12th I had several concerts a year and my parents came to every single one. They didn't want to, I know that, but they did. Glad Holly is gone, was not impressed by her at all, glad Tina and Mike were showcased, even liked Santana this episode, but overall it was not one I'll be watching more than once.
Yes, I expected more and No, I did not like this episode and I thought I would never ever say that about my fav show. Out of ideas Mr. Writer?
THIS EPISODE IS AVERAGE!! NOT A GLEE STANDARD!! SERIOUSLY!!
The plot is lacking. I just really hope that the next episode would be way better than this.
Lame episode. It's great that Glee's been used as a platform to shed light on a variety of social issues, but it is get WAY too preachy and pretentious. Really guys, having miss high and might, peachy perfect, Holly Holiday lecturing the heckling kids about their bullying and online activites? It's getting a little too after school special up in here; can we can some actual plot and character development please?
@CindyS: I don't know if she is real, if it's her real name or if she is an actress. Actually I don't think she is because the only info about her on IMDb is that "Height: 4' 2" (1.27 m) ". But that twitter account has given a lot of spoilers before so maybe a false account for publicity stunt...
most boring and useless Glee episode ever. Let's face it, when it's not a Rachelcentric ep, it lacks dynamic and interest. And even the songs were not making up for the lack of plot! Waiting so much for this is frustrating. Waiting for next week's episode to be way better (I hope I hope I hope)
This episode was Ok. I like the Rachelcentric episodes best, but it's enjoyable when the others get their moments too -- and the story was like a framework for the musical numbers, nothing special, but it worked.
I didn't think about the parents coming ... but then we've all questioned how realistic it is that the school allows so much out-in-open blatant bullying anyways that I guess a crowd of only hecklers 2 friends of Glee is part of the belief suspension (or whatever).
Look forward to next week's episode!
Has anyone noticed that there is not ONE picture on the web of Nicole Crowther, the supposed Glee prom spoiler? Very strange for an actress, don't you think? Is this all just a big HOAX and why?
I really did NOT like this episode, simply because it was the first new one in such a long time. I just thought it was, for lack of a better word, boring. That being said, I thought Gwen's rendition of Truning Tables was epic. I fell in love with it! I'm also glad that Holly and Mr. Schue are dunzo (paging Laguna Beach, anyone?) and that this will give him and Emma a chance. Holly said it herself. "She loves you back". Eep!
TY Michel Camacho for pointing out the typo on Wallis Simpson spelling. At two AM I guess I'm lucky that's all I missed.
I didn't really care for the episode at all. There were some good one liners by Sue and Holly and the Merecedes and Rachel scene in the care was sweet. I'm glad these two are semi-friends. Loved it when Santana stood up to Karofsky. Merecedes solo was amazing. Same with Charice but overall I thought it was a pretty lame episode story wise. Hopefully next will be better. 90 min Lady GaGa extravaganza.
Yeah dude... it's WALLIS Simpson... not Wallace.
Oh, and as good a singer as Charice is she isn't very good at acting. I understand how thrilled she is to be on the show but she is ALWAYS smiling and it makes her come across as insincere (has a case of the 'Paltrow syndrome'), she also speaks in a very wooden way (doesn't sound like natural dialogue at all). She's new to acting though, hopefully she'll improve in time.
I like Jenna, she's great when Tina is being angry and tough but she can't cry. I've heard it's cos she's always the first to cry of the cast, but that does not mean she can do it well on camera it looks fake.
I loved Mercedes and Rachel in the car, they are the best female singers on the show and I love them addressing it and why Mercedes doesn't get the same acclaim as Rachel (they are both so awesome). More proof that Rachel isn't as bad as some people make out and it's lovely that those two are such good friends.
Also loved Santana teaming up with Blurt, could see it would eventually happen but it was fun anyway. Looks very unlikely Santana will be teaming up with Dave now (*phew*) for the prom, but likely she'll get Kurt back to NDs very soon.
Not bothered about the 'adults' on the show this week either, didn't care for any of their plots this week (even Sue bugged me, which is rare). So pleased Holly's gone (please don't let her and her permanent smug expression come back), ju
Pretty weak episode. I only cared for the scenes Holly was in and her ''Turning Tables'' was amazing! And I agree with Whipped-by-Damon, wouldn't at least their parents show up?
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