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Like, sorry, but why is everyone trying to find someone to blame? Things suck, things happen. Blaine did something wrong (we don´t even know what he really did, it could have been like a kiss) - but he is human. A kid, with too much love. It´s hard to be this in love at this age. Scary. I don´t think we need to excuse him - I may be sad, but I can sure as hell relate.
Kurt has always been amazing. Strong. And he was wrapped up in himself - not that we can blame him. Life happens, things change. But really "What am i supposed to do till then? Hold my breath?" - that is a cry for hepl if I´ve ever heard one. ("care about me. listen to me. love me.") - a part of being in a relationship is carring about stupid stuff like what bowtie you boyfried wears.
It´s not about blame. Noone is at fault - it´s just sad. I love them both more than ever, because I understand. We don´t need our rolemodels to be perfect, but to pull through in the end.
All I'm sayin' is - Finn/Rachel break-up hopefully means more Brody!! He's a real eye magnet :)
How can you blame Kurt for not taking ONE call at work? Jesus Fucking Christ.
Why do the writers think they need to do all this in one episode? Do they need to prove they can follow a theme?
This would be a great series finale, maybe a lot of us should make it that by never watching again.
I must be in the minority here, or all by myself. I cannot stand Blaine at all anymore. I have thought for ages that Kurt (whom I adore) could and should do much better. Blaine has much TOO much air time in my opinion.
I was actually suprised that Will and Emma didn't breakup completely as I thought that really would happen. Another person (Will) who has changed so much from the first season that I don't like much anymore. I was blown away by Santana's maturity and by Brittany's acting.
I am a fan of both Lea Michele and Cory Monteith and Rachel and Finn although
I was glad that Rachel finally stopped waiting for Finn to lead her and took
matters into her own hands.
I've read only the Kurt/Blaine part of this review and it's enough.
You're blaming the cheated. How lovely. Oooh yes, bad evil Kurt won't answer his phone because he's working, so mister adorable bowties Blaine is excused. Oh! Sorry! You don't mean that? Well when you wrote "Infidelity is never excusable, but really Kurt?" is a lovely way to put the blame on Kurt.
I agree with everything apart from the Kurt thing.
SERIOUSLY! You can't say that Kurt ISN'T lonely because he has a communicative relationship with his boss! Blaine is at home surrounded by his friends and family - how the heck is HE lonely. He just got elected Student President and what not. He could easily have talked to anyone in that choir room. At the end of the day, Blaine is an ass!
Rachel/Finn break-up is especially ironic in the the context of their off-screen relationship.
Totally on-board with showing how hard it is to maintain a high-school relationship once the two halves of the couple are pursuing their post-high school lives.
Emma/Will storyline is out of character, asinine, and contrived - perhaps added to give Morrison time for his stage tour?
Major tearjerker episode! Haven't been this emotional for this show since they sang "Somewhere over the rainbow" (forgot what episode that was). Here's hoping for more solid episodes from Glee in the coming weeks!
Finchel is forever.
No matter what they go through, no matter what happens, they'll always find their way back to each other.
They're tether and that's never going to change.
That episode was so heartbreaking but gave us all so much hope for these two.
They're it for each other.
Does anyone else think Finn may end up teaching Glee Club while Mr Schue is in Washington? Something about the way he looked when he suggested Grease.
Glee is really going out of its way to make An amazing transition season, which in my opinion it's been by far the 2nd best season so far. I was a mess last night, these characters are so real like "friends in my head" as Wendy Williams would say. I'm so connected to them that when they all went through that I just couldn't hold back the tears. It all was so real and every actor did an amazing job. I will say I never really was too vested in the finchel relationship but their actin during the break up was flawless. When I saw the original episode of teenage dream I cried happy tears and when I saw this version I was in tears again but not happy ones. I don't like that he cheated but it happens especially in high school! The Britanna relationship was so amazing but it's true Santana is right that they had to end it. Can she just move to New York and barade Kurt and Rachel with loving insults already?!?!? If a tear didn't come down your face last night, your probably dead inside!
Wonderful review Miranda!
Thanks @Charmed-Jenna. I realize that I was unclear in my review and tried to rectify it. But, I guess I'll just continue to be vilified instead. Oh well.
OMG, Lea and Cory have been incredible!. And after the last scene only I can say.... Finchel Forever
The fact that Kurt does not answer the phone while he is WORK, WORK gives the right Blaine cheating?
Blaine has no reason or excuse.
And I do not understand people who defend Blaine and accused Kurt.
I hope Kurt has a new boyfriend who treats him as it should be.
I'm actually starting to feel sorry for Miranda, I now know why Matt quit reviewing Glee, the reviewer just can't win with us Glee fans. I don't like all this Blaine bashing going on. Yes, Blaine was completely in the wrong for cheating on her Kurt, he was absolutely the catalyst to the break-up, if they even are broken up, but to say that Kurt had no contribution to their relationship going sour is nonsense.
I thought the group version of The Scientist was one of the best songs ever. Congrats to whoever picked it. Was this even a hit in the US as it was for Coldplay in UK.
And also, there needs to be a conversation between them where they actually discuss things--everything--even if they are truly broken up. In fact, especially if they are broken up, which really leads me to believe they aren't. Not yet at least. They used to be the "model" couple, being mature about things an talking things through. This all just feels poorly done for both characters.
In short, I think the show did a poor job of making Kurt sympathetic after last week and the setup for Blaine as a cheater wasn't good either. I dislike, greatly, that we've seen an episode where Kurt disregards Blaine not just at work but also at home which does NOT make Kurt sympathetic (but doesn't excuse cheating) and we've seen nothing aside from the single flirtation that led to Blaine's cheating to persuade us that cheating is something he'd do. That their relationship would end like this feels wrong for both characters.
its a totally 100% BLAINE show season....
I'm saying this here in the comments when perhaps I should edit the review, but I realize regarding the Kurt/Blaine breakup I failed to make my point. I have a hard time understanding BOTH sides of the breakup and the cheating angle was used solely as an out for their breakup without forcing the two to have a serious conversation about why their relationship wasn't working. I don't mean to BLAME Kurt for Blaine's cheating; nor do I excuse Blaine's cheating. (Cont.)
First of all, I loved this episode.
I was surprised by Blaine cheating, but I can't say I blame him. Yes, cheating is bad, but it happens - when you are lonely and your relationship sucks, you don't always act rational and sometimes people just screw up.
What got me was Kurt asking if it was Sebastian.
To me it sounded like
a) he was concerned about 'losing a battle with Sebastian'
and b) he always thought it would happen, never trusting Blaine when he was telling him Sebastian meant nothing to him.
I hope they won't get back together - I like them both, I like them as friends, but for me, they lack chemistry.
Woah, this sounds like it was written by a Blainestan. Simply put Kurt had to work so Blaine cheated. Theres clearly only one person in the wrong in this equation and its not Kurt, but like I said, this sounds like it was written by a Blainestan so I'm not surprised by the blame shifting in this article or the blatant attempt to absolve Blaine of his actions. Coincidentally it makes me think of scene in this episode which really shot Blaine to the lowest of scumbags- the moment when he basically says "Kurt its your fault I cheated"(nevermind hes the one who pushed Kurt to leave in the 1st place). Blaines the one who doesn't deserve any sympathy here and he's not good enough for Kurt.
I wish Klaine would reconcile. I really really do.
The only relief is that Blaine and Kurt didn't officially break up.
Like "we are done" as far as finchel goes. Klaine will be back with each other.. It will be hard and slow but They will be back with each other and it will be good tv drama
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