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I hated this episode. WORST so far this season!!
Bring back New York!!! it's the only exciting thing going on on Glee.
I missed them. Like really, really missed them. I´m happy to have Finn back, I´m sorta impressed with the Blaine storyline (the writing here is so clever!), I finally know where Unique stands (and hope they develop it. Does Glee have the balls for an actual sex change?), I see the atempts for story development with Marley and eating disorders, I... I´m happy with all those things. But Rachel IS the heart of this, and I missed roliing my eyes at her and disliking her almost as much as I miss the reaindeer sweathers. And Kurt is magic, no matter how many tearful sceens Blaine, Unique or Marley get, no-one makes me care as much. So I missed them. Not because it was bad without them, it was actually great. But it wasn´t really Glee. It´s not about the place, it never was.
AND I MISSED SANTANA AND BRITTANY TOO!
Actually really enjoyed this episode. I screamed out "HI GUYS" when Mike and Mercedes walked in.
I still hate Kitty's character but I can see they're fleshing her out. I missed Kurt so much. Happy to see Will go.
Great episode. Love Grease and liked the way they wove in some of the Grease numbers. Kitty's character is a bit OTT for me but I love Unique, and Alex Newell is great in the role. Poor Blaine, but...c'est la vie. I LOVED seeing Mercedes and Mike!! Hope they'll stick around to continue helping Finn and Artie with the musical and kudos to the writers for giving Artie more of a role in this ep and being so supportive of Finn who I am glad is taking over Glee for a while. I agree with the reviewer that its refreshing not to be bombarded with NY and Kurt & Rachel. There's so much other stuff going on to watch with the other characters and its nice we get to focus on them.
As for Finn,I think it was wrong for him to use the r word.But he does have the tendency to talk without thinking and atleast he knows what he said was wrong and he was sorry about it.Sue and Santana have both said meaner things and gotten away with it so I think it's not fair to hate him because of it(unless you hate all the others who do that too).
I feel like I'm the only one who likes mr.Schue.All the comments I've read about him is that people wish he isn't coming back.
Poor Blaine.He's so sad,it broke my heart when he told he can't play Danny because he's emotionally not up to it.And all Artie and Finn were interested in was if he could play another role.He ran off crying and they did nothing.Even Sam didn't offer to help before the song started and they were in the hallway.I just feel like Blaine is on friendly terms with everyone,but without Kurt and Rachel,he has no one to talk to.He stopped putting on hair gel and eating,but no one does anything.
I missed Kurt and Rachel.This show just is not the same without them.
From the newbies,Ryder is by far my favorite.He seems to be very genuine and there's something about him that makes him very fascinating.
As for the rest of them....Unique is ok,but I'm sort of indifferent towards her(him?). Marley has a good voice,but she has zero emotion when she sings.Her character is likeable,but a little miss goody-two-shoes.Overall she's just kinda...boring.Jake is a lame version of Puck.Kitty...a total bi
The most important part is being respectful with intellectually impaired people and sometimes, showing on tv what's happening in people's mind is the way to go instead of pretending people don't say it behind closed doors.
@Bob, I agree with you. I'm Canadian and we're a bit less conservative than the US and the word is sometimes used on tv. "Let's get retarded" from the Black Eyed Peas gets played in its original version on radio.
I, too enjoyed an episode centered aroun the high school kids. But it's still a shame they didn't do a spin-off with the characters who graduated last year. But then again, the ratings are too low.
I like the character of Marley and even that new one. They're the new Finn and Rachel, but still different. Also I like that Jake Pukerman is different from his brother. I hate the bitchy cheerleader, but I don't mind since this show needs an antagonist. Also, the songs were great. I liked that weren't only grease songs.
I absolutely HATED that episode. A first for me. It is maybe because I cannot care about the new characters and supporting old ones but, without Rachel, there's no Glee for me. Since the beginning of the season, the only scenes I liked where the NYC parts, so this week was just painful to watch and it saddens me.
LOVED the episode, but then again I always do because I'm biased when it comes to Glee. I did miss Kurt because he's my undisputed favorite, but Rachel... I didn't notice except for the times - and there were a lot - that Finn mentioned losing his girlfriend.
Blaine's scenes just stabbed me in the chest. He HATES himself for what he did, and I look forward to seeing how this plays out in the future. All I want in the long run is for Klaine to be together again. It would be refreshing to see Glee show a couple that can work through a cheating scandal, since all the others have never entirely worked through it.
I liked getting to know the new kids a lot. Marley, Unique, and Jake are my top three favorite newbies, though I'm starting to like Ryder already. Can't wait to learn more about them and see how the future plays out for everyone.
I really loved how this episode really showed the new casts and a new addition of Ryder. I'm really interested in seeing what will happen with Marley, Ryder, Jake, and Kitty. After this episode, they seem a lot more intriguing to follow.
I did miss Rachel and Kurt's New York scene though. I really want to know how Finn/Rachel/Brody will turn out along with Kurt and Blaine. And I want to know how they will rekindle with the Glee Club at McKinley High.
"There's something, or someone, in it for everybody."
Actually, if they found bitch Kitty on the floor of the girls bathroom with a sanitary napkin lodged in her pharynx, I wouldn't cry!!!
Amazing episode, Episodes like these really highlight how far Glee has fallen, but it's amazing that we still get gems like these and the previous episode.
I don't understand why people blame this show for Finn using the R word acting like people don't use the R word in real life. I'm sure somewhere around this cruel world, people throw around the R word just the way that Finn did. I've heard worse from people around me, so don't blame the show for it.
Unique playing Rizzo could have been written in a way that better illustrated her understandable concern for Unique's safety and, rather than construct an honest dialog, her concerns were hinted at before the character was back to being portrayed as a monster. Also, wtf is with all the fat cracks tonight?
First of all:
I CAN NOT STAND THE SINGING VOICE OF THE ACTRESS WHO PLAYS KITTY.
Seriously, I had to mute her.
Secondly, I wasn't crazy about Finn throwing out the r word in the heat of the moment. It seemed like those two characters could have easily had that argument without bringing a disabled infant into it.
Thirdly, Blaine's bemoaning really got on my nerves. He could have written a letter to Kurt to make his feelings of neglect known instead of seaking comfort in someone elses arms but he didn't and now I'm supposed to feel sorry for him? I found every second of his time in tonight's episode to be more obnoxious and pathetic than anything else.
Finally, the levels of harshness that both Sue and Kitty reached tonight were uncalled for and over the top. Sue's back and forth with multiple characters about
Oh Miranda, I love you for not addressing the "r" word, the other site just turn into a battlefield for that reason.
the use of the R word, i felt, was handled almost right. they used it, and the moment it left his lips, he was apologizing, shue looked shocked and disappointed, and sue was hurt and left without saying a word.
it wasn't used in a way to cause offense or demean, it was used to show how hurtful the word could be, without coming out with a lesson of the week thing of "this word is bad." it's subtlety. they showed the repercussion of the word when used, in the hurt & pain it can cause someone, and the sheer offensive nature the word can have.
I have no clue why you discussed how this episode was the best of the season, and gave no bad things about it, yet then rated it 4 out of 5, worse than the Break Up and (I think) The New Rachel. Yeesh, and people complain about how Glee has continuity issues.
@Guest--I ignored it because I'd rather this comment section not devolve into a discussion of the offensive nature of that word. Yes, it's offensive. No, I don't condone the show's use of that word. Nor will I ever.
Funny how you ignored the fact that Finn said the r word just like the show did. This show has offended so many times that I'm done.
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