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@cliff I have to agree with u on that.
@tootz you and Bobby have entertained me more than glee, Thanks
Just drop it.
If you were telling ANYONE (be they positive OR negative about the show) how they should express themselves (or not) I would have said EXACTLY the same thing. Yours was the first response on this thread that said that (whether you meant it intentionally or not), that's why I mentioned you.
Whether you love the show or think it's not as good any more you should be entitled to write things here without other people telling you otherwise.
If you didn't mean to tell people they shouldn't be negative about the show and were trying to say something else then fine, I'll leave the subject alone.
I apologise if you think I'm focussing merely on you, I'm more aggrieved with the sentiment of some telling others they are not entitled to say anything negative (you are certainly NOT the only one doing this).
This was the first time since a started watching the show back to season 1 that I was bored as hell. Don`t get me wrong, I’m referring to THIS episode in particular (BIG BROTHER was great). I’m one of the few here who defends the show; because I love it, but the disco theme was lame and old fashion, they didn’t even care to give a modern twist to the songs. I know is a tribute episode, but Jesus it was so boring. Every time they burst into songs in the hallway I was wishing for someone to throw them a slushy.
The acting felt rush and unemotional in general, it´s like the don´t fell anything anymore, they just throw out lines before they burst into songs. I love Blaine, I really do, and I know he is the best performer of the guys, I get it, but I´m getting sick of him, the show should change the name to "Blaine and the others". I mean, the last episode was focused around him, and it was great and all, but give me a rest of him to at least remind me that Tina is alive. As soo
Do you know how many comments are on here and u are only commenting on mine I'm sure that I am not the only one who have nothing bad to say about the show..and by the way u are the one who should have express your thoughts, opinion better I bet if I had something NAGATIVE to say about the show u would not be commenting on what I write now comment on somebody else stuff because I am really getting sick and tired of u.
I won't mention your name (you know who you are) I was only doing it so there was no mistake who I was talking to, just providing more proof of what I was suggesting. If visiting forums and people responding to things you've said gets you so upset why do you visit them? When you write something on a forum, comments page etc. that's what happens.
You were the one who first suggested people shouldn't express negative opinions of the show, that's why I responded to you directly. Don't take it so personally, it was the sentiment I objected to, if you didn't mean it that way you could have expressed it better.
If that's not what you meant to do then be careful how you word comments you leave, especially if you get so angry if anyone merely responds to you.
I was never rude or horrible (didn't call you any names etc.), just honest. Chill out.
Wow - even by your usual "totally missing the point" analysis you failed to comment on the major alternative storyline of the week. You remind me of the character in Smash who wants to get rid of all those pesky songs and turn it into a bona fide drama.
@tootz and my comments was not meant to shut people or I will do it directly who was the one that commented about who first I am done arguing with u just stop mentioning my name to make your...point or whatever the hell u are doing goodbye.
@bobby And incidently what you quoted of me was ADVICE not 'ordering' people to shut up (whereas your post stated people who have a negative view on things shouldn't as YOU enjoyed the episode, so basically telling people what their tastes should be!). Also I ALWAYS stated such people should "maybe rethink" contributing to forums etc. not definitely stop entirely.
If someone else's opinion hurt/upset me so much I'd either ignore it (why should you care what anyone else thinks if you enjoyed it so much anyway?) or remove myself from where I would be exposed to it.
If you think that's not good advice then you're entitled to your opinion, but don't twist it like I told anyone to actually shut up.
I don't mind people enjoying Glee, good for them it doesn't bother me, I just don't want anyone telling me or anyone else that if someone disagrees they are wrong or not entitled to express that. Taste is subjective, deal with it.
@bobby Try and quote me specifically saying do not say anything, I NEVER did. I stated that people who are so upset with others expressing an alternate opinion (whether they are in the 'love Glee' camp or 'loathe Glee' camp) should reconsider entering into discussion with such people, that does not mean I think they should shut up. It merely means if something upsets you so much why do you do it? If I was going to tell anyone to shut up I'd do it directly.
Go ahead and keep expressing your desire for people who have negative opinions of the show to not mention them here, feel free I am in no way telling you to be quiet. But don't tell me I told anyone to shut up. I merely said if something upsets you you MIGHT want to reconsider involving yourself in it.
@tootz look at everything that u said to me and tell me if u still think u didn't want me to express my thoughts..and those who like the whole episode and have nothing bad to say about it shouldn't be told to "shutup" and like u said I quote "everyone should be allowed to say what they want and if they cant handle people disagreeing then don't enter into the conversation with people simple. Follow your own advice.
love glee but i dont think that finchel is right and if quartie doent happen come on faberevans
bring on the quartie!!!!!!!!!!! and i think quinn should stay and help and stay with artie
@bobby I NEVER said people shouldn't express their thoughts on the show. Far from it.
Some people are going to love the show and they are well within their right to express that, but those who point out what they disliked shouldn't be told to shut up and just enjoy it anyway (which is what YOU did!) and I quote "Why can't people just enjoy the episode don't think to much into all the time always have to say negative things".
It seems to be the people who think the show is amazing and flawless are the ones who tell those more realistic about the shows limitations to not express their opinions not the other way round. Everyone should be allowed to say what they want and if they can't handle people disagreeing then don't enter into conversation with people! Simple!
I don't know if anyone's answered your question yet, but NPH played a character during a Season 1 episode called "Dream On" which was directed by Joss Whedon.
I missed Matt last week!!! That Carla Girl didn't really give constructive criticism. NEVER LEAVE AGAIN MATT!!
I completely agree with you Matt! If you want a reviewer that's going to love it and never criticize it, THAT'S NOT A REVIEW. If you want the reviewer to review it like a fun entertainment show then glee should consistently do that. Glee changes it up too much; some heartfelt, others funny and throw in stupidity everywhere and that's what this season was all about...
Enjoyed Alex Newell's first appearance very much! The rest....eh. As the review said, too much just slapped together. Also, Quinn was very conspicuously absent considering she just had a huge storyline centered on her. And of course, since when is Finn an actor? Also, is Rory gone from the show now, or was he also simply very absent?
Since when did Finn ever want to be an actor??? When did Santana put in an application for a scholarship??? Too many WTFs in this show that I've given up trying to make sense of any of it. I totally agree with the reviewer. This show has completely become one big video hits of remakes. The only thing it is serving are the original artists as it is bringing new listeners to their music.
The show however is a complete waste. There is no plot whatsoever and the characters have become one dimensional. Every week it is either a tribute and/or PSA that doesn't even fit any plot or characters.
I agree with this review. As much as I love Rachel/Lea Michele I so sick of her storyline. The writers really need to take a hard look at what they are writing. I miss season 1 when Rachel was annoying but you still fell in love with her. Im also not fond of Sues storyline, its not consistent and Jane Lynch deserves better. Disco inferno was amazing and Amber showed how talented she is. I wish that they would stick to a character profile rather thanb going back and forth all the time. Wade/Unique was also amazing
DeAnn wrote: "Take away the time for commercial breaks, and you've got roughly 22 minutes to make a whole show, with musical numbers, dramatic/comedic scenes, etc. That's not a lot of time..."
And that's another thing. I'm not sure if it's the writing or the network, but there are 6 or 7 commercial breaks every show, the last one occurring less than 10 minutes before the show ends. Maybe they'd have more time for character development if they didn't break up the show into bite-sized pieces.
@tootz its not like I like all of the episodes that come on but I'm not going to point out everything that was wrong with that episode I just wait until the next one come on and that one will probably be better...and by the way I didn't say what I said on my first comment to put down anybody thoughts about the show so maybe u should rethink visiting forums if you won't let anybody state their....thoughts.
I think they've also done way too many tributes this season- I like it better when the songs sung are in service of the plot or character.
I'm also totally and utterly over finchel. Really I just find their love annoying. Bring on samcedes!!!!!
I agree, glee does seem to be lacking storyline and character development( well, for anyone who isn't Rachel, Finn, Kurt or Blaine that is), this season. But I don't think that that's a new development, it's just become more apparent this season. I actually think, in a weird way, that the lack of storyline and character development was made so obvious in season 3 through the writers attempts at adding "layers" to the kids of McKinley high. What made season 1 and, to a lesser extent,season 2 so fun and light hearted, was how typical and clinched these characters were. We didn't need backstory on them because we already knew them- the mean girl, the dumb cheerleader, the over zealous theatre geek, The kind-but-oafish jock, Etc., etc. I mean, how much more fun is sue sylvester when she plotting some form of diabolical revenge on the glee club? Or how much more likable Rachel is when she's really obnoxious?
I think they've also done way too many tributes this season- I like it
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