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I miss Quinn ..will we wever know what happened to her. She was my favorite character and most similar to the high school students I know. I thought she never had a real chance to display her talents.
NO chemistry with Brody and they are ruining this show, and Rachel berry
I am so sorry, but except for Blaine, there is no real vocal talent left at McKinley. And the "new" kids are NOT good. The series is all over the place and is frankly boring and predictible. Santana, Mercedes, real talent and powerful characters. So sad. I'll give it a week or two. And don't get me started about Finn and Rachel.
I'm with the reviewer regarding the music--I wasn't feelin' it this episode. On a side note, wardrobe, music director, and choreographer REALLY need to talk more--Rachel trying to playfully gallop on (what looks like) the High Line in high-heeled boots was EPIC FAIL--she was basically horse-stomping through it all.
I like SJP's character--a start contrast to Kate Hudson's alcoholic train wreck--and I'm glad she's nice to Kurt and giving him career options. I also didn't feel blindsided by the plotlines, although there were quite a few.
As for the reviewer's comment that Jesse St. James come back if Mr. Schu leaves, BITE YOUR TONGUE!!! I don't like his character and would stop watching if he returned. Besides, Jonathan Groff has a gig on another show so it seems unlikely.
Oh, and Finns' return at the end? We could see that coming from space!! :-)
I'm sick and tired of all this Brody crap on Glee! Finchel don't necessarily have to be together, but to bring in 3rd parties yet again just bores me. It cheapens the whole of S3 for me. Did this mean absolutely nothing? Regardless of how nice Brody might be,I really don't care for his character. If there's no Finchel, there's no Glee for me!
"Too many rabbits to keep up" This so much. They storylines are way too rushed. Gives me whiplash.
I'm still not a Brochel shipper. I'm still rooting for Finchel. I'm excited for next week's episode because we get to see some incredible acting from Lea and Cory-even though its gonna hurt to watch. They always have the best scenes together. I still have complete faith that Finchel will reunite- call me delusional or naive- i don't care. I don;t believe Rachel has moved from Finn. i also don't believe that Rachel has developed any real deep feelings for Brody.
Miranda I agree with especially that Glee often wants to resolve all these storylines in one episode. It's better this year, but I remeber how they took the time to build the storylines in the fist season. And I also agree with what you said in a previous review, they should have created a spin-off for Rachel, Finn Kurt and others.
The show isn't the worst thing on tv. Yes we have become invested in the graduates of McKinley but the show is realistic in the since that life moves on after graduation especially at high school. I think the writers have to show how different the new kids are....remember Sam was once the new guy as well. Even though I miss the old class... I m interested in Jake, Marley, and Kitty.
@Aquariuz and charmed Jenna, In rereading my review, perhaps I *could* give Glee 3.5 stars. And it's not that Glee has to work extra hard compared to other shows. It's that Glee has so much potential to be so much better than other shows and it very often squanders that potential by chasing too many rabbits at once. That will be this season's weakness. There's simply too many characters to keep up.
I thought glee last night was awesomer than last weeks episode. But I rank every episode every star in the world. Glee is my ABSOLUTE FAVORITE SHOW EVER ( even though I'm only 11 years old... I didn't know any of the songs but I loved them. My favorite part was when Sam started stripping!!!I'm the absolute Sam fan! I hope Samcedes lives on!!! I just wish we knew what was going on between SAM and Mercedes.
I loved everything about Kurt's Vogue plot... it was so great to see him succeed at SOMETHING, finally! I would have given five stars for that alone, ha ha. Isabelle was so cute. I love that she was really pushing for Kurt's success, and that he was even invited to a work party so soon after he'd started as a lowly intern. Networking!
I do hope that Blaine's emotions steady out somewhat in the weeks to come. His boyfriend just left him a couple of weeks ago, and anyone should know that the first week at a new job is going to be insanely busy and that the new employee is going to have to focus on making a good impression. Blaine seems to be really adrift when he started off as such a strong character, like that season two boy never existed, and I hope he figures out who he is pretty quickly.
I was never Finn's biggest fan and I didn't realize I missed him a little until he popped up at the end. The scenes for next week with him singing Coldplay's "The Scientist" and how direction that episode appears to be headed made me instantly sad. I can't wait for next week. Finally, some really great musical selections -hopefully.
the episodes get stronger and stronger this season. And this one was absolutely awesome. The Brochel relationship is evolving step by step and I found it great (and I was a Finchel shipper until now). It's amazing how Lea Michele can have chemistry with everyone. So now, go Brochel!!!
Everyone in this episode has changed their looks by far from season 1, more fashionably and beautiful. I wish they had made Finn dress a bit more different from High School. I honestly was so intrigued with Rachel and Brody's relationship and how Finn will react next episode.
Kurt and Blaine's relationship was so realistic, I loved it so much. Some scenes in this episode like will shuesters meeting was a waste of the episodes time honestly. I wanted to see more of the glee members or at least the old characters.
This episode made me impatient for the next. That's what an audience wants to feel every time they watch a show, the feeling of impatient ness until the next episode. Now that makes a good episode in my opinion. 4 stars.
Sometimes it seems as if Glee needs to work extra hard or be extra special than the other shows on tvfanatic to get four stars.
Story-wise, this episode was a lot stronger than last week. I heard the songs before hand, so I was skeptical but I have to say, only Celebrity skin still doesn't have my approval.
I'd also like to point out, that so far this season, Glee has done a wonderful job, balancing out the stories of the characters'(except Tina) stories, which is something a lot of people used to complain about. It seems that the New York/Lima switch really forced the writers to keep focus, hopefully it stays this way. So far s4 is turning out to be a solid.
(continued) director is AWESOME!! Glee writers, make it so!
I think the review is a little heavy handed on the criticism, but I do appreciate that the reviewer seems to at least be pulling for the show.
I thought tonight's episode was a stellar move forward from last week's snoozer. The Rachel-Brody-Finn triangle is already ten times more enjoyable than Rachel-Finn-Quinn triangle (a poorly written saga that left two of the characters - F&Q - without any redeeming qualities). There is definitely a built in suspense and, finally, some honesty about the impractical nature of high school relationships lasting a lifetime.
Also, I think people need to get over the "High school scenes are boring" schtick. I get it - Rachel/Kurt/Finn are the only ones anyone wants to see on the screen. For me, I enjoy seeing other characters move into the spotlight for a change. Blaine is a major character and did anyone notice that Tina got THREE songs last week?? Unheard of.
Finally, the idea of having Jesse St. James be the new glee club dire
hearing moon river was nice; a sweet touch.
Based on your review, I don't think it deserved a 3 star. I know Glee is a train wreck but watching them get 3 stars or less EVERY week is depressing. Can you rate more fairly? I said 3,5 or 4 for this episode.
Don't forget the best part of the episode-Rachel's first attempt at cooking! I can so relate to that. I'm fairly profficient at it now, but one of the first times I tried cooking I turned around to look at the book and turned back around and there it was--food burned. Albiet not the hilarious fire and her ensuing attempts to put it out. That was the first time Glee made me laugh hard in a long time.
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