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The episode was good. Definitely better than this lame review. The Glee reviews are usually way more interesting than this, particularly for such an important episode.
This Episode was sooo great!! I loved it!!
Loved everything about this episode!!
lol this show is the most unrealistic thing i've ever seen. STUDENTS CANNOT INTERRUPT CLASS TO SING TO THEIR EX-GIRLFRIEND! argh the logic!!!!
man, sometimes people do not give rachel enough credit. i mean, in what world is it rachel's fault that quinn didn't win? and the whole thing with mercedes?
i thought kurt's win was going to be like an 'embrace gay couples thing'. i'm so sad it wasn't. but i love how they dealt with it.
quinn should dump finn and back to puck
My favorite thing about Johnathan Groff is his voice! I could listen to him sing for hours!
OMG ! Listening Jonathan Groff singing Rolling in the Deep was just amazing, what a great singer ! I can't wait to see what's next :)
the prom was really epic!!! and I really loved 'Dancing Queen' at the end! perfect!
one of the best episodes, for sure! It was Fantastic!
Amazing episode!! I really loved it :D
By far, the best episode of season 2 and possibly ever. The real Glee is finally back!
I felt that it was honest, and heartfelt! What Glee is all about!
Did anyone else love Jesse entrance. It was toe-curlingly (is that a word?) epic!!! I love me some Jonathan Groff. The episode wasn't well put together. There were parts that I really loved and others that just left me cold. I love the Prom-on-a-budget thing that Sam, Mercedes and Rachel did. Ha, that was sweet :) Jesse rubbing Finn the wrong way was a thumbs up. Finn really has been a douche this season. I was rooting for Finchel in the beginning but can we have Rachel with someone who respects her and is not a hypocrite?? I agree with some posters here who say that the Quinn-Rachel scene fell flat. What was the point of that slap exactly?? Chris Colfer as Kurt was awesome just wish he had sung. Loved Jar of Hearts and Dancing Queen
"Jar of Hearts" was great, but a super depressing song for prom...
I *knew* there would be a scene where Finn and Quinn would be slow-dancing but Finn would be eyeing Rachel...anyone here watch Grey's Anatomy? Same thing happened in their 2nd season. Oh well. I'm sure there are zillions of scenes like that out there.
The original version of "Rolling in the Deep" is still my favorite, but I did really love Rachel and Jesse's duet. Thank goodness Jesse didn't have to fake playing the piano again (a la "Hello" and "Bohemian Rhapsody")...
Watched it a second time, it sits better on a second viewing (still stand by what I said though). Favourite line was Santanas "Just because I hate everybody doesn't mean they have to hate me too!" (that and the lesbian colony gag).
I really enjoyed the episode. I think they did a great job with all the songs although "Jar of Hearts" was a little sad. Rachel and Finn need to get back together already and that Jesse character I can do without! They even made that "Friday" song fun. Much better than the original singer.I didn't like that Rachel accepted Quinn's apology that quickly. She didn't deserve to be slapped. And the quotes were fantastic, one funnier than the next! "Eat your heart out Kate Middleton!"
And by prom, I meant Spring Dance
When Lea Michele started singing "Rolling in the Deep" I had chills, the rest of the music was eh, especially that Friday song. I for one am happy Jesse is back, he makes things a little more exciting. Sue isn't that funny anymore. Artie breaks my heart and I really love love love his friendship with Puck. Finn is just a moron who has feelings for two girls, but I do like how he supports Kurt. Kurt Hummel MVP. And Santana, always hilarious.
O'Hara- love the mention of Brenda Walsh getting her V swiped after prom. Classic throwback!!!
Clearly, Jesse's presence serves as nothing more than a plot device which will bring Finn and Rachel back together.
I found the episode rather anticlimactic. It was so hyped after the Twitter drama and then the "shocking" promo (hyping up Quinn slapping Rachel) that the episode ended up falling flat, which is what usually happens when something is over-hyped...
Sam was very sweet but I don't see a Sam-Mercedes pair ever working out.
Finn makes no sense at all. One second he tells Rachel he still cares about her. The next, he's all oogly-eyed over Quinn, "the most beautiful girl he's ever seen in his life." Then you have the slow-dancing staredown while Rachel sings, followed by Finn and Jesse having a ridiculous shove fest... Finn just needs to be single for a while.
The Quinn/Rachel slap scene was such a letdown!! First she apologized right away, then Rachel acted all happy that she got slapped. It makes sense that Quinn would be sorry - she's not pure evil - but I didn't want her to regret the action that quickly. I didn't really want Rachel to run off and "tattle" on Quinn by whining t
As I said on another thread,
Principle Figgins is a d***, why read out the name when it was clearly going to humilate Kurt?
Why did Rachel NOT get mad and instead seem pleased Quinn slapped her (were we supposed to feel sorry for Quinn, cos her apologising didn't make me feel bad for her at all, she's a spoilt brat who should have grown up by now the bad things that have happened to her and that she herself has caused) and why did the school cheer Kurt after they humiliated him (thought it was only the football team who hated him anyway, incidently when did Kurt leave the team wasn't he in the team for a while?)?
And what was with Rachel picking such sad songs to sing at Prom?! Adele's song (and music in general) is wicked but it's a bit of a downer, not even mentioning the one she actually sang which was depressing as hell (I know I'm a Brit but aren't proms meant to be for dancing?).
I enjoyed Jesse's return, not because I think he's a nice character, he's an absolute sleaze bu
This episode was EPIC!
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