I know Glee has problems overall, but I liked this episode. Tina sang..! 3 stars already. I liked to see that Karovsky (sp) has had character development. No, we haven't seen it, but it was there and I'm happy to see him accepting himself, although I doubt he loves Kurt. Rachel's dads bring in a obstacle for Finchel, I wonder how that will play out. Most likely Rachel will find out and not want to marry a guy without her parents' permission. There was Santana getting sensitive again... sheesh pick your battles. So what if you can't kiss your gf in the halls? I hate all kinds of PDA... just ban it all! And for her to pick with the religious people was mean. They are allowed to have whatever opinion they want on homosexuality as long as they don't try to impose it on anyone. Artie and Rory getting all "dominant" is just so stupid in a ridiculous way, I get Sugar is rich but crap she's not Wonder Woman!
I ENJOYED this episode. I watched it without analyzing it, which is your job.
Wow, it cut off my entire comment after that!
If they ever ruin Dorota, I'm done with this pathetic show.
I haven't watched the episode yet, but please guys don't make this forum into a Glee-based religious debate. Glee tends to be controversial (which some people may hate). I mean, I think every single teen in Glee Club has had pre-maritial (sp) sex... so it's not like any of the characters are overly religious. But if Glee did had misinformed statistics that's wrong... and if they offended any religions that's wrong too. But Glee does spend more time focusing on its "music" than gathering proper statistics and realizing the consequences their controversy can cause.
I don't want Robin and Ted to date if it won't do anything. If Robin helps Ted realize the woman he actually wants or even introduces him to her, then fine. But what's the point of Robin and Ted dating again when I know it has to end in failure?
I love HIMYM. I find it hilarious, to be honest.
AND was single for long enough to receive some character development and therapy. Then, Dare to Dair.
@Dair For Ever
Not everyone hating on Dair likes Chair. I know I certainly don't. I hate both ships. I'd like to think of myself as Team Blair (aka Blair be single) but I dislike Blair so... call it what you want.
I did catch the end of the episode, so I know that Louis doesn't love Blair. Blair doesn't love Louis. The feeling is mutual, right (although GG loves to make Louis seem like the evil villain)? Why shouldn't Blair involve herself with other men? Because I have always thought Blair to be the kind of "Hopeless Romantic" girl who stays with one guy. Who wants to be with that one guy. Blair being romantically involved with 2 guys (I'm not counting Louis, which is pretty generous considering they're married!) is so OOC I find. I would be open to a Dair relationship if she had severed off ties with Louis and Chuck.
Also the promo for the next episode disgusts me too. Blair, why don't you go "Kiss, Kiss, Kiss" your husband? They made that girl so fickle.
Look, there are many people like myself who hate that kiss NOT because of "EWWW DAIR, CHUCK FTWWW!". It's because of HOW SCREWED UP BLAIR IS. She cheated on Louis with Chuck, told Chuck she loved him and always would, MARRIED Louis still loving Chuck, yet expecting Louis to love her too, and now Blair, a married woman, has feelings for another guy? What kind of convoluted storyline is that? I can believe things I shouldn't when it comes to TV shows, but this? Really?
I'm not hating on Dair. I'm really not. If the writers can somehow MAKE me want to ship it (because I don't. I don't ship anyone. Blair is too unstable to be in a relationship, LET ALONE IN THREE). Then fine. But don't make Dair happen this way, if I were a Dair fan I'd be pissed.
*not need therapy
Not to mention that all those traumatic events happened to a TEENAGER (19 or 20 years old, can't remember).
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