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Finchel. Ok, well, I come from a family where women wait for their husbands and loved ones to come home from serving the country. I get that Rachel's make-over made her feel more confident but the way she just point-blank told the shower dude (sorry, I refuse to call this "character" by him name, hotness is not a quality) "I want to cook dinner for" made me wanna slap her. One thing is to have dinner with a guy friend, another is to make it look like she was about to ask him to be with her for the rest of her life...Come on, Rachel, that is not you, because JUST 2 EPISODES AGO you made it clear you still love Finn. Look, I am just so sick and tired of tv shows where the moment there is a rough patch in a relationship everyone calls quits because they are just to lazy to try and make it work. People, that is life! Nothing is ever going to be perfect or simple or happy, yes, Finchel's relationship was having difficulties, but does that mean they stopped loving each other? And I don;t eve
Now onto little Mrs.Shrimmer. Look, I am glad she got a make-over (finally), but in my opinion it should have happened in new Rachel already. I enjoyed SJP on Glee because I felt like she fits Glee, like a glove. Also the scenes where Rachel was getting a make-over, I felt like I was watching "The Devil Sings Prada". Cute & nice.
So about the couples, first of all, I get that Kurt and Blaine's relationship is supposed to get difficult because of the long distance, however I don't like it that they are making Kurt just ignore Blaine and his life. Because taking into account that just 2 episodes ago Kurt was still so much about the Lima life, and Blaine, its weird that all of a sudden two episodes later he acts like this.
This episode was disappointing. Last 2 episodes were good. The music was bland and uninteresting (contrast last week with a great rendition of 3 from Tina, Joe and Sam) The storyline directions were not believeable - esp Kurt gets a great job at Vogue with no experience and also the Sarah Jessica Parker character was totally unrealistic - its a very competitive field and you have to be extremely competent to get where she is and she seemed completely clueless. Would like to see some Quinn and Mercedes and also more of Tina. Blaine's a really strong character and I feel he should get more time and solos
I fully agree with the reviewer of this episode, ok -but not great, and Glee can do better, like even s2 was not that bad. I agree, the songs were terrible again, I did not like that the whole election theme was treated like whatever, and just like Sue fell down on her hands the moment Artie started speaking abd EVERY word that came out of his mouth was the usual bullshit jiberish that modern politicians use in their campaign...ugh...But I did like how Glee managed to perfectly outline one thing - most of the time people that go into politics either have no idea what they are doing (Brittany) or they get into politics because they are doing it for someone (Blaine). So the whole election thing was absurd but realistic at least. Thank God there were no new kids singing songs this week, and I caught myself thinking, I don't care what happens in the choir room anymore...and I feel bad that Tina's character is forgotten about AGAIN.
@chien - thy originally planned a spin off for Rachel, Finn, and Kurt but then they trashed the idea. Not sure if Ryan Murphy decided against it or the actors but that was the original plan.
I agree with 3 out of 5 and I love glee. I liked last epi much better. I've never liked Finn, so I'm totally okay with Brochel. Why is everyone surprised? Finn hasn't contacted her for months after telling her to live her own life-they are not in a current relationship. I love Brittney, but this epi seemed a little much for me too. I hate how the longer the show goes, the dumber they make her. She didn't start out dumb-she was emotionally intelligent. I miss that. And I miss Santana. I actually like them focusing on different people throughout different episodes. I was so, so tired Finn, Rachel and Kurt ALL the time. More than the older kids, I miss the background dynamic. The new kids aren't there to have fun and play a few scenes. They are just there to work
I really liked SJP in this. The rest is drama for the birds and IMO it is just a soap opera for young people. Blaine's song was very nice. the rest was not. Ryan Murphy thrives off of the fandom writhing in pain through these type of episodes. To me Special Education was funnier and more interesting than this. To break up its couples in a one big swoop of an episode, tearful, sad, unfulfilling for most if not all couples is morose and over the top drama. I just don't have a handle on this season yet. Or care to really, the soap opera is quite dull. I'm not feeling any love or care for McKinley much. Too much overload of Brittany, for my preference. Sad for Blaine.
vampirelover08 wrote: "Did anyone else find it weird that Finn knew where Rachel was living?"
Um no. Remember that Finn's Mom married Kurt's Dad. I"m sure Kurt would have told his father where he was living.
im sure im not the only who thinks this way, and i probably wont be the first or the last to mention it, but why not just spin the new yorkers into a spin-off instead? honestly,i understand that since the show is called glee, it HAS to focus on the glee club IN mckinley, but this juggling around two sides is beginning to get annoying.
i think it would be entirely possible to spin-off the new yorkers to a new series that is more mature and serious; bringing the story-lines there back down to earth, based more in reality than the crazy place that is mckinley; the stories there are already heading that way anyway.
on the other hand, glee always has it's fun crazy moments, so keeping that would be good as well. in juggling both sides of the story, the stories from mckinley seem so irrelevant and utterly ridiculous. fluffy and light and fun, but completely pointless. people watch glee for the fun factor, but over the course of the series, i think people have grown to care more for the
I'm hoping that Finn and Rachel do not break u . OR BLAINE and Kurt either
So it sucks for Finn but that's the way it is sadly in a lot of relationships. I am just anxious to see his reaction in the next episode.
This episode would've been a 2 out of 5 but thanks to the last 20 mins. of the episode, it easily brought it up to 4 out of 5 stars. I can't wait for next weeks episode.
This episode was a solid 4 out of 5. The episode lacked so much in the beginning. It started off pretty slow and there were so many wasted scenes like the whole election stuff.
Where it really got interesting is when Kurt ignored Blaine, most of us know that Kurt is for once happy with his life and he just had to put Blaine to the side for a bit. Blaine did take it too seriously I mean this is his big day as well but did he have to throw it mental fit? I really don't like where this is going, and hopefully things will work out but by looking at the preview for the next episode, there will be tension.
Okay on to what everyone is waiting for!! The Rachel/Brody/Finn love triangle. Okay first I got to say WHAT THE F*CK Rachel.... Your boyfriend is in the Army and while he is away you get down with Brody? It makes me angry but on a down to earth level. It's understandable that Rachel would fall for Brody all a sudden, the dude is way too hot haha (I'm straight but I have to admit th
Everybody on glee has talent and its so funny. My friends make fun of me for watching glee and they have never even seen how good it is. So they don't know what their talking about!! I'M A GLEEK AND I'M PROUD!!!!!
I'm actually kinda glad Kurt didn't get into NYADA.I can't really imagine his face when he saw Cassie July. I think he should of just went to work at Vougue especially because isabelle is so nice to him. He should of just went to any college in NY that had a performing program so he could still stay with Rachel as a roommate.
And I love how in one of the episodes Blaine says he would be in NY too in a year. I just hate how they are in a little bump in the road right now...
Ryan Murphy has made his intentions clear this season. Destroy virtually every established relationship and then try to build new ones. He doesn't care that many fans may have actually enjoyed watching those relationships. Rachel and Finn-done. Blaine and Kurt - done. Brittany and Santana - kaput. And even hints that Will and Emma may be in trouble. Murphy's "scorched earth" policy is actually kind of depressing. I'm starting to have a hard time coming up with a reason why I should still watch this show.
and i just notice... brittany and blaine relationship problems/dramas with their partners are same/similar?(lack of time) Was the writer cant come up new and different ideas???
y always blaine wins? he's the new rachel then now the new president? TOO MUCH BLAINE!! booooo
Having been a magazine editor, I can tell you that he's extremely lucky to have landed the first job he went after, especially with no professional editorial experience. And finally, I think Brody is screamin' hot, and his chemistry with Rachel sizzles, so I think that she should dump Finn, who is old news, and do the dirty hula with that hot senior guy...yummy. I think Brody is better for her than Finn, because he isn't connected to her old life in Ohio. And I think it would be great if Mr Shue went away for awhile and left the Glee club to Gwyneth Paltrow! She ROCKS! Or Ricky Martin! Or, and this is just a wish, what about Hugh Jackman? He's been angling to get on Glee for a long time...he'd make a great substitute teacher!
Did anyone else find it weird that Finn knew where Rachel was living? The only way Finn would know where Rachel lived is if Kurt told him which means Kurt has been talking to him and lied to Rachel about it.
I was LOVING Blaine's Tears for Fears "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" solo at the beginning of the show...it just made me smile and sing along, as that was the big hit my freshman year of college. And I get that he is feeling abandoned, which I think is rather cruel of Kurt, especially considering what Blaine gave up for their relationship. That said, I am really glad Blaine won over Brittany, who is coming across as a real Byotch this season, stupid, monotone and worthless..so much so that I wouldn't blame Santana for dumping her.She has completely lost her charm, and I do not know if that is the direction the writers are going with her, or if she is just not that good an actress and not into the role anymore.
I also really loved Rachel/Kurt/SJP's mashup and makeover, it was fun, funny, and charming. I'm thrilled that Kurt is finding his raison d'ete at Vogue.com, and how impressive is it that he got an internship at such a huge fashion flagship magazine site? Having been a maga
I would like to see the ex wife of Will coming back to seek revenge. Even though she's a total snob and annoying, she brought Will some drama and gave him more of a role.
Everyone criticizes how the show has so many multiple story lines that are rushed but you all never realize that the directors actually do a pretty decent job showing everyone. If they show more of one person then you'll still complain. I think the story is fine. For Santana, Quinn, etc they will come soon when their part comes up.
I don't like the idea of Brody and Rachel but we all have to admit if we were in Rachel's position: all alone in a big city and away from your lover who's in the army. You're going to miss having someone there so much that you'll fall for anyone who's sweet to you and accompanies you. Again, the director's have done well.
For Kurt, he is finally getting recognized for his talents and SJP's character pushes him to realize that. It sucks that Blaine misses him and doesn't get enough attention, but distant does that to people.
The downside to the episode was Will's part. Was that really necessary? Did it have anything to do with anything? . . . . .
Continued what he's thinking.
I laughed more than in any episode. Is it going to be a real comedy now.
Why did SJP look so old? If they wanted the character to be 64 there are actresses that age that look it.
I won't mind if every episode starts with Blaine singing a classic solo.
I think you all missed the big point at the beginning. Will is out of ideas. That's Glee's best feature: brutal honesty.
In this case it means the writers are out of ideas. TV is out of ideas. Fashion is out of ideas. Politics is out of ideas.
It was their way of admitting that most episodes from now on will be things we've seen before with different characters and sometimes different results.
Britney forgot she dated Artie. That means by spring she will have completely forgotten Santana and her bicurius orientation and can have sex with Artie again. (That seems to be
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