I loved the twist with Juliet's storyline. It's probably safe to say that no one could have predicted it. I also think that Mr. Carptenter isn't going to play nice though. Who's to say he has to share a penny?
I love reading the review and all of the Gleek comments prior to actually watching the episode. I often see many comments telling Matt to take Glee simply as a comedy and it ought to be reviewed differently. I don't exactly get what that argument means because even the best comedies, such as Modern Family or The Office, don't lack in the continuity or logic department. Honestly, I watch Glee only for the tunes now while frequently rolling my eyes during any non-singing moment. This show is almost a joke now. It really just is not what it used to be anymore.
Tonight's installment wasn't terrible, but it was hardly great either. There were numerous one-liners that saved this episode for me. Blair will always be my favorite character, but I seriously don't get her logic these days. Also, I'm starting to feel very bad for Chuck. Seriously, how many more times can he try to save B when she clearly doesn't want to be rescued?! Although it's been frustrating lately, I'll still be rooting for Chair regardless of what happens.
@Pedro Villalba - I'll always love Grey's Anatomy, but I totally agree with you. Private Practice has been simply amazing this season.
@ash and @Jaime - That was Ashley Johnson. She's been in a ton of television shows and movies. Most recently, she was in The Help. You might have to jump back in your time machine to recall this one, but she was also in Growing Pains.
This was an incredible episode! TVD always leaves me in awe.
Lost FTW! I still miss it so much.
Great episode! I think it would be impossible not to root for David and Mary Margaret.
I liked how everyone was asking why Annie hadn't left yet to Carnegie Mellon. I was wondering the extact same thing throughout the entire episode. Also, didn't Silver only recently start dating Greg? It's hard to believe she'd leave everything behind and was so certain she'd move to NY just to be with him. I'm excited for next week's episode with the amazing All American Rejects! They're my favorite band, and I've been listening to them forever.
@CJ - Actually, I have been very aware of Pete's problems. Even in my review for the episode from last week, I called out his ridiculous behavior and how he treated Violet. In fact, I also recall saying that he needed to man up. If that's not enough proof, he tied for Worst Character in the Midseason Report Card. Without a doubt, I can honestly say that I am not being biased toward Violet. Pete is far from perfect as is Violet.
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