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I didn't miss Kurt or Rachel at all. "Out of sight, out of mind." It did seem rather creepy that so many of last year's grads were willing to hang around high school. Glad Jane Lynch is regaining her form and I think some of the new Glee members will be a good addition. The mean girl is such a caricature though that she is hard to take. I think a little subtlety would help.
I really liked the episode. And although Glee is something i download to watch to fill my free time i ve come to realization that i ve missed it these weeks it hadn;t shown a new episode. Last year i was a big fan of the Chinese couple- Mike and Tina (among others of course since they had barely 1 storyline) and i was looking forward for Mike's re appearance. But only to this i felt let down caz they had one short scene together. What's up with Tina anyway? Why is she being so neglected from the writers? It's a pity. Also,for a first i wasn't annoyed with the gay-racism-antiracism race- since it was put from a diferrent aspect than Kurt's. Love the new guy! he is hot!And love Kitty-she so mean! She is everything Quinn never got to be. She is a Sylvester Sue-miniature!
Super boring episode for people who stopped caring about what happens at Mckinley. None of the new characters offer anything interesting and are just better off singing only. Bringing old characters back to the club isn't working either as they should be moving on with their own new lives.
As for Finn taking over Glee club, I really just want him gone forever.
i liked the episode for the fact K/R weren't in it. they don't need to be present in everyone now that they are living their lives in NY.
i am not liking the trolling going on atm about unique and i guess it just shows how we are not keeping up with the times let alone knowing the history of the arts. it wasn't until recent that women were allowed to perform on stage alongside men. i applaud glee for raising this issue but i too am scared as to how they are going to portray it in the end... either way unique has my backing and it should always be about TALENT not the person
Loved this ep, thought the music was fabulous, but I also felt that some of the scenes seemed a bit forced, especially the ones with Unique in the bathroom and the Hand Jive one. I also really dislike Kitty, the blond cheerleader replacement for Quinn. She's just an itty-bitty nasty B, and her character has no depth, other than meanness. At least Quinn had some facets to her character.
Unique needs to go!!!!!!!! I hate it
as sad as I'm to say this, I didn't missed the NY storyline in fact it was kinda refreshing no to see the whole "grown up" scenario in this episode...I didn't realise how much I missed the old gang back in McKinley but I just want more of them and the journey of self discovery that Finn is going throw
I didnt really care if lea and Chris was in this episode or not they are not my favorite anyway they are not the show they just make everything boring to me I like the new charcters marley, kitty, jake, and even ryder.
My god, what a booooring episode! Probably the worst so far! There's nothing about any of the new characters that's interesting. :-(
@MrWrite--You're right! Brittany will be playing Cha-Cha! And TV!Garth, YES. Exactly that!
@Phil: In the film, Patty Simcox was an annoyingly upbeat student who thought the Pink Ladies were her life-long friends; I think it's a perfect part for Kitty because it means she can't be her usual bitch-self. Regardless, the character doesn't get very much screen time in the film; knowing that the play and movie are a bit different, perhaps she has a bigger part in the play. The character you were thinking of may be Cha-Cha DeGregorio who "steals" Danny away from Sandy during the big dance (in the film version anyway). I'm not sure who was cast in Glee's version (I wanna say Brittany on the strength of her dancing talent) because she didn't get her close-up like the major characters did.
I think you're right...high school shows need to stay in high school. Though some kids move on, high school is still there and others get their moment in the spotlight, especially when a DIVA or two graduates and moves to NYC to find fame and fortune. Sure, every now and then we could check in on them but more to the point, they can always come home. Either they're on a break from their Broadway show or a hiatus, or just out of work...come back and see your old friends, but the focus clearly needs to stay where it belongs, at McKinley. Finn may fool us all as he finds his way and realizes his creative side is all that's missing. And let the kids gossip about what Rachel and Kurt are doing-give us a flashback or two but let's keep the new talent flowing where it belongs, whether it's a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior in high school...where EVERYTHING happens as kids mature into young adults! FUN with a capital F!
I loved the episode. The problem I've had with the season so far is the constant jump from New York to McKinley to New York, etc. I'm really glad that they did an episode where we had McKinley by itself especially since the "Break-Up" was mostly in New York.
I really dislike Unique and I think I will continue to do so. I don't know if it's because I watched the Glee Project or just that it feels forced to me (probably both), but I really don't like the Unique angle and the screen time that he/she is getting. Also, I really hope that Sugar gets back into the show. Her and Rory (want him to come back so bad) together was one of my favorite storylines last year. Glad Ryder finally made it onto the show. He was a bit jumpy during the songs, but I think he'll be a great character going forward.
I like most of the "New Glee" guys and gals, but some of them just don't click for me. Kitty is the Quinn I was hoping for from the first episode of the series. She's a bitch, she's a bully, and sh
wow - so much hate in these comments .. i also am surprised at how much i loved this episode without kurt and rachel. I'll admit that i missed kurt more than rachel but that's only because her storyline stinks and kurt has no storyline. That's what made this episode great - something was actually going on -- oh and the songs sounded great too. The weakest part was the crying jag from unique which came out of nowhere and did not fit that scene, at all. I'm sure unique will kill her song - as she always does -- I just hope we don't have to watch her act anymore.
I'm sorry but Unique sucks!! His acting is so bad, he does sing well but I cringe in his scenes. Why would they give so much screen time to someone who can't even act?!
If you have a Porsche, why keep it in the garage? I watch because of Lea Michele's incredible talent. So while I didn't hate this episode I hope there's never another one like it.
I'm glad they did an episode without Kurt and Rachel. Hopefully next week they'll be struggling with hurricane Sandy.
Kitty can sing. The new guy looks just like Robbie from My Three Sons.
I like it when Blaine sings but he's not right for that song.
Finn's outburst was exactly as it should have been. Sue's comments reflect the views of millions.
We need to know what broke up Mike and Tina and the exact status of Samcedes.
I saw Grease but didn't memorize the character names. Is Kitty cast as the woman who briefly diverts Danny from Sandy (in other words, the part she's playing on the show)? Glee is not known for subtlety.
None of the new kids have that star quality that Lea has. Kitty is way too mean, Marley is boring, Ryder and Unique are the only new characters that are somewhat interesting. Please just focus more on the NY storyline or just give them their spinoff already.
This episode was easily one of the worst ones in the history of the show by achieving the double whammy of being both offensive and boring. I was leaning this way after your last review, but this review sealed it; you have the absolute worst Glee opinions. I will no longer be checking out your reviews.
borrring!!!!! i don't like marley girl, i find her so annoying, kitty seems great comapring to her. i love blaine, but his crying over kurt was teribble, like most things in this episode. only good thing is mercedes and mike, but why we didn't find out anything about them? hope with will gone we won't be seeing emma for next few weeks. and why so little brittany? she is like the best from the guys that are still at school.
@DCB I can't believe you haven't seen the movie a million times! You need to rent that ASAP!Grease was one of my faves growing up, I even had the soundtrack on cassette. I loved the songs and hope they have some more grease classics next week!
I Loved it. Enough said!
Worst episode thus far. Rachel & Kurt are the show and, without them, it's just not worth watching.
I didn't like the episode. First, I didn't recognize any of the songs, I guess I'm just not hip and up to date on a musical I last watched (maybe once) back in the 80's.
The power ballad by Finn and Ryder was Glee-typical in that they simply don't know how to get guys to sing power ballads, they treat them like snappy show tunes and they come off as weak-voiced and timid. If you want to highlight male voices, then these metal-power-solos are not the way to do it. In most heavy-rock the voice is a single instrument amidst a wall of sound. Take away or tone down that wall of sound and you no longer have the real driving impact of the song. To highlight a male voice, stick to smooth harmonies and softer, single spotlight ballads.
The Unique/Marley Duet was musically about as good as it got and it was only mediocre. Marley's sweet, and cute and can certainly sing, but she, as has been pointed out, just lacks that certain star-quality spark.
Sue's rants were precious as always, and a f
I'm sorry but this episode sucked! To be quite honest I'd rather see more Kitty than Marley and Unique because at least she's more interesting.
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