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Did anyone watch clip of next episode Santana is smiling during girls song. All post outing. The writers had to out her someway to start her SL so letting Finn do it just made for more Finn hate. I agree with forget your name mentioning Kurt shouldn't be so mad at Rachel because Brittany, Rachel or anyone had he right to run for office. Kurt is whiney this season and was selfish like Rachel was suppose to cede too because he was gonna run. As it turned out Rachel was in fight to win the lead in WSS play. Glad they're bff again but too sappy. Glad Quinn was outed for her deceptions. She desperately needs reality infusion. Emma's worthless at help to will or anyone(Quinn). Burt's a great guy to take Sue's smack then be there for skunk Santana. And Sue's involvement for Santana a sweet scene? Cough!!Here Puck outs Q to Shelby then he reveals a secret to her in the next episode clip- now he's nuts. Rachel and Shelby together I've been hoping for this. Been reading and seeing sp
I also think that Santana had it coming, loooong time ! What she did to everybody before and getting away with it, well not anymore.
I really enjoyed the episode. Rachel stepping out of the campaign to let Kurt win was very mature. Though the Santana arc was seriously awful...It's gonna be tough. Finn was wrong to do it in the hallway, but she pushed him, again and again. What he did was justified. And the Dodgeball game was cool, but really cruel...(Loved when Brittany does the pinning thing lool) Quinn, well, she had it coming ! Loved the songs too, the N.D mash-up was weiiiiird, but the rythm well, couldn't fight. Still have to listen to the last song coz I can't get used to it...
Sue apologizing was interesting or when she talked to Kurt. Also, using kids in a political campaign is jusst disgusting. Politics is a dirty world, but still...
I totally agree with BLU AND ALL YOUR ENTIRE COMMENTS. Now I loved the music but the episode and character content totally SUCKED. Glee has always shown a double standard when applied to bullying since day 1. This episode was an abuse overload and obviously both San and Finn were in the wrong but her actions s3 have made her a sociopath who loves to inflict hurt pain on anyone and enjoy it emmensely. Even Mercedes and Brittany tried to cool her down but evil took over. Not entertainment in my book. This is San's SL this season? I loved her S2 not now. No sympathy. She outed Kurt s2 with cruelty in mind. And I'm suppose to feel sorry for her? NO way. She is strong a bully who was willing to fight Lauren s2 can overcome this with her head held high and smile. Santana is having to face what Rachel said s2 You can dish it out but you can't take. San even thought she was hysterical when the rest of Glee kids didn't. She thinks being real is best but only when it applies to her
I agree w/all of Kay's comments.Am new to the show;this is the 1st season I've watched but for a few repeats from last.I don't think Finn neant to 'out' Santana.He was making a point about her calling down other ppl&how she pides herself on 'keeping it real'(just an excuse by any/all who use the stupid expression real or fictional to spew as much bad mannered tackiness to the point of bullyingaverbal vilence as they want)but won't own her own 'real'ness.Whomever made the video outted her.
Lastly Really?not a single comment about Puck sporting a John Oates 'do & moustashe? Hilariouus!
STOP being so hard on Finn. He didn't even call Brittany an idiot!!! He said she was ACTING like one, and to be honest she was (for fuck's sake, leprechauns really?!)
Finn was angered by Santana's constant insulting of him. He didn't want a war, Santana did. Finn calling Santana out on her true feelings for Brittany in public was wrong, but so was her putting him down so badly in public. What Finn did was worse though, he fought fire with a bigger fire. But he didn't think this would happen because of what he said.
santana* :) plzz answr me!! y do we have to wait????
The issue about not having numbers for sectionals is even more laughable when you consider that for some reason Shelby has brought in about 3 girls (actresses) from Vocal Adrenaline (and no-one's noticed!!!).
I know this show will never be realistic (it gets further away from that every episode sadly with it's saccharine nonsense) but come on, couldn't they have found some new dancers/mimers (I'm sure those new girls aren't actually singing)?!
Finn used the ammo he had. He used it because she was insecure about it. She ragged on him constantly and pushed him over the edge. He knew, or thought he did, that everyone in the school was already aware that Santana was a lesbian, and I recall that she was quite open, in season one, about how she would go on dates and spend much of that time making out with Brittany at the "Peach Pit" Or "Central Perk" or whatever their hangout is called. She didn't seem to be very hidey about her proclivities then. He didn't call her out on being a lesbian, he called her out on being too gutless to own up to her own feelings.
Finn may have gone to a pretty tough place and used a big gun there, but you can only push a person so far til they retaliate. In my opinion, he's golden....And Santana may be upset, but this is probably a good move for her.
I've watched the Adele mash up like twenty times. I NEVER do that. My fave song on this show so far, replacing Arties "You Can Dance."
Definitely the best glee mash up of the season
@AMH agree 100%. I don't understand how some people think it's the same thing and she deserved it.
@kyi what Finn did to Santana was not a diss nowhere near it. I'm not saying Santana didn't go a bit far with the insults to finn but he knew that she was trying to psych him out for a COMPETITION. That's all it was. What Finn said was not trying to psych her out but to plainly hurt her and it was something deeply personal to her. He knew she was not ready to come out of the closet just yet but he went and dragged her out of it without any warning. Outing someone is nowhere near a diss. Finn isnt always the nicest guy either (remember he called britney an idiot, or the incident with kurt where he used the word fag). Dissing someone and outing someone is NOT the same thing.
While glee seems to have a gay agenda...Santana did not desereve what came her way. Yea she's b*tch, but all i can say is a person can chagne being fat or something, but her insults where playing on characters insecurities...most of which did not exist. Finn is fit and Rachel has no moustache. But Santana was brutally dragged out of the closet, her parents don't even know. Now everyone will, and that's messed up. I would be devestated if i was outed before i decided to be.
did the episode end with a slap? i was waiting for another scene but it did not come... someone shed some light on this please :)
OMG i still cant believe that sanatna slapped finn like that!!! i found what rachael did (leaving her campaign) very nice!! also, i totally think that the two glee clubs should unite together, they sound soooooo gd!! seriously lsn to Hit me with your best shot/ one way or another again!! its meant to be!!! btw y do we have to wait 4 two weeks? i dnt wanna do that!!
I'm not fans of Santana but her storyline's going to be great. I adore Rachel more than before. when everyone talks nonsense, she's busy with her plan for her future.
loving santana's storyline!!! finally the other girls get a chance to shine, loving finchel and puck and shelby, so happy quinn got outed... love her but she was being a bitch. kurt and blaine are cool and i want more mike and tina.
Santana deserves all the troubles happen to her and that slapping in the end is very unfair to Finn. She has been nothing but a bitch to him since the beginning and when she got burned for only once, she act like Finn did her some serious wrong. To all the people think outing someone is not okay, what about the huge amount of very personal insults Santana makes all the time!? They don't hurt any people less than outing them.
What are the problems with the Glee writers this season. Many of the characters including Sue are showing pure despise and viciousness without any humors to cover it up. It felt like I am watching a daytime soap a lot of the time.
The term being outed is when some else disclaims your sexuality without your consent, which Brittany did by accident last year on her web show with Mercedes and Tina were her guests and she only backtrack and clarify her comment because Santana got upset which what I think Finn was mentioning before she slapped (he did not deserved it because someone should slap her because I recall some racial heavy callousness coming from her when she talks to certain characters). The term you describe was "coming out" which is when the person themselves declares their sexuality.
All I am saying about the manipulation is all the characters manipulate Brittany for their purpose because Santana manipulated the situation to make Brittany leave ND. No one ever really honest with Brittany, least of all Santana.
While I don't believe in outing people this was totally karma as Santana's viciousness is unwarranted like hitting Rory with the dodgeballs until he bled.
Kurt was upset with Rachel because Rachel wasnt really interested in being class president. She just wanted it to give herself a little extra push on her already great resume for college. Kurt actually needed it. Yet Rachel went ahead and ran for it anyways, even though she didn't actually have a legitimate interest in it. Kurt wasn't just mad at Rachel for what she did, but more for the selfish reason she had for doing it.
I'm pretty sure I never wrote that Rory "knew" Brittany and Santana were dating. I wrote what he did.. Or attempted to do... Was probably enough to make Santana seriously dislike him. They did have a brief (albeit one sided) confrontation where we found out one Santana's favorite movies.
As for being "outed" last season. If she was so "out" why did she and Brittany go to such lengths to keep their relationship secret? Maybe we have different opinions regarding being out and will have to agree to disagree. In my mind being "out" would be openly admitting your sexuality to family, friends, ect. No one has the right to make the decision for another person.
I don't even know what to say about the Brittany maniuplating Rory theory. I am quite sure he went out of his way to pretend he was a leprechaun in order to sleep with her. He even made a point of going to her and trying to collect his "reward". In my book, that is manipulation. Any decent person (disclaimer I r
Umm Rory did not know about Brittany being Santana's girlfriend and he didn't manipulate her (if so then one would argue Santana manipulated Brittany into a relationship, which imo she did when Brittany was dating Artie). He does pretty much what all people do around Brittany and allow her to continue her belief and Brittany propositioned him with sex, not the other way around. And Brittany took care of that so there was no reason for Santana and the troubletones to basically "stone" because their intention was to hurt him. Like I have said before Santana was outed last season and she was in the clear wrong in this episode, what Finn said to her wasn't even mean, it spoke truth. The only reason this is a big deal because some dumbass adults decided to use a teenager in their political smear campaign.
the gay people in this. Just like racism doesn't only apply to ethnic minorities. It isn't okay for a lesbian to rip a person apart and still expect sensitivity or boundaries in regards to her sexuality. Just like it isn't fair for a ethnic minority to make racist comments about white people and be outraged if something similarly racist is said to them. I say this as a gay rights supporting ethnic minority. I found the whole Santana and Finn thing horrible on both sides, but I felt bad that the one time Finn stands up for him self it results in something so horrible that makes him look worst. I also think the real villians in this ordeal is the adults who put an underage girl in a political ad to use against another adult. the school and students pretty much knew Santana was gay and I doubt it would have been much of an issue but the asshats who used that info to run an illeagal and public ad like that are the true evildoers who are compromising her.
I like Santana and I'm indifferent with Finn. My problem with this scenario is...unfortunately people like Santana are the last people who need to tear people apart. Those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. Plain and simple. Did Finn "out" Santana? Technically Brittany did it first on her show...and prior to and after that it really wasn't much of a secret. People pretty much suspected as much for quite some time. But for every person out there who is "too nice" or "non confrontational" and end up being told to "be the bigger person" when they have to deal with people like Santana...and Santana gets a free pass. It sucks. Everyone has limits and you open the doors to plenty of things when you push someone too far. I don't condone what Finn did because calling her out in the middle of a crowded hallway was wrong.But not only do I understand where he came from when doing that, I actually felt bad for him. Santana was shocked, and she underestimated his actually reacting...n
I'm glad this episode was rated so well, because it was fantastic! I loved EVERY SINGLE MUSICAL NUMBER. That's impressive! Everyone brought their A-game this week, I thought, and it paid off big time.
Although I seriously doubt that any candidate who released an advertisement about a teenager being a lesbian would gain respect in the eyes of the voting population, I did like the drama that it brought. If anyone cared who I would side with on this issue, it would be Santana. For the most part, it seems like Finn is used to Santana's rampant insults of him (which are wrong, but always hilarious). That doesn't mean that he can't have feelings, but in that scene, it didn't seem like any of his feelings were pushed to the limits. His calling out Santana was purely out of spite, and he confronted her specifically on what he knew would affect her the most. I would've slapped him too if his actions had essentially outed me to the state of Ohio.
Quinn is insane, and it's not e
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