I liked Quinn's exit. I have been saying she needs to leave for a while now but I never would have expected it to be done so well.
I liked her last number with her saying goodbye to all of her old loves, it was sweet as well as necessary. I also liked that she pointed out that you don't need to find your true love in high school. She finally grew up and matured, it made sense and it was well done.
I liked that they had Artie dance but I wish they had shown less enraged close ups and more actual choreography, he and Mike are great together.
I loved Rachel's break down and not getting a NYADA letter. It was moving as well as a bit heart breaking.
What's Mercedes' college plan? Like the Reviewer I could give a crap about her romance with Sam but I want to know what this Diva has planned for grad. Unless she's not a grad...Im not even sure whose a senior at this point.
As for the rest of the episode, there are things I liked and things I HATED.
Like for one thing, not telling the police or your school that someone ASSAULTED your friend on purpose to win a fucking singing contest is NOT taking the high road. Its promoting the idea that high school kids should keep serious matters to themselves instead of seeking the help of an adult or the law in this case. Sebastian is clearly psycho, slushies are one thing but to put rock salt in it? That's nuts.
Usually I praise Glee for dealing with tough subjects but this was a seriously bad move on their part. Violence of any kind should always be reported and dealt with properly. It completely ruins their bullying message with Kurt.
This episode was better than the one just before it but it was still lacking in some areas.
The Jackson numbers were decent but I have to agree with the Reviewer. To the younger generation Micheal Jackson is not known as a pop star but rather a child molester or that creepy plastic surgery guy. I'm a bit older than the glee kids in the show so I can say with absolute certainty that we never appreciated his music but he was more of a joke, at least until his death, which is when the world remembered they loved him after hating him for years and years.
It may seem disrespectful for me to speak of the dead this way but its the truth that everyone seems to have forgotten. The media was brutal to Jackson and then he died, that's when they saw dollar signs with all of their "loving" tributes. It seems to me that Michael Jackson lived a sad life in the end and I hope his children aren't exposed to anymore crap.
Dair fans, I speak as a neutral. I couldn't care less who Blair ends up with at this point. But you guys are acting just as crazy as you accuse Chair fans of being.
Everyone, Chair or Dair needs to chill out.
Maybe after all this Prince crap Blair should stop being a wimp and deal with her problems on her own for once. Maybe that means she should be single for awhile to sort out all of the terrible choices that she's made recently. I would like to see the return of the powerful Blair we all love.
But I'm wasting my time, this is GG after all.
It also doesn't help that the two REAL royal couples were actually in love... While Blair and Louis clearly weren't.
I've hated Gossip Girl's version of "royalty" from day one. Sophie, Beatrice, Louis and all their staff have been ridiculous. I've said in previous comments but I'd be pretty upset if I were a Grimaldi and some random American tv show was mocking my family for no apparent reason. Clearly there's a producer on GG with a weird obsession with Grace Kelly.
I think I understand your point now. You mean to say that Blair should have had a Vera Wang made just for her, not one from her previous collection. I'm in agreement with that. The "off the rack" part of your argument is where I misunderstood. You're a justified in feeling disappointed in Blair's wedding, I think we all were. The point I'm making is that the dress is hardly to blame but basically the entire tacky design plan. The hair was hideous, there's no way around it. The church was unimpressive as was the entire ceremony. In comparison to Kate and Charline, of England and Monaco respectfully, this entire "Gossip Girl royal wedding" was a massive let down. But that's what you get for trying to take on two magical weddings in 40 mins.
Where is this show going? It seems to be running out of ideas. The characters are stuck in a loop. What are the plans for the next couple of years? Leonard and Sheldon are still miserable in their apartment? Penny is still a waitress? Raj remains dateless? Howard marries Bernadette but still lives with his mother? I get that its a sitcom but there needs to be some character growth otherwise its just doomed to repeat the same plotlines and jokes over and over again.
The problem is that we're getting too much Sheldon. The show is starting to move in a direct where Leonard is actually the main character again, this only seems to happen when he's obsessing over Penny but hey, I'll take it.
I wouldn't have minded this episode if Sheldon had been sincere about Leonard's Day. That would have made Penny's comments about his loneliness justifiable, as it stands now, they were random.
And you'd realistically expect me to believe that Leonard would willingly leave a hot girl, wine, and bubble wrap? To see Sheldon and be treated like crap again???
Being Canadian, I really enjoyed the secret plot Sheldon thinks we have to invade the U.S. Trust me, there isn't one. No offense but the U.S has too much going on right now. That and our population is pretty sparse in comparison to America :p
I'm also sick of Sheldon too. He's become unbearable to watch. The entire point of this season was that Leonard was learning to man up when it came to Penny but to watch him act like retiring wallflower around Sheldon was just annoying. Grow some balls already. He was so close this time around!!!
She may be famous but Vera Wang is an artist, her dresses are dreams. Hopefully, when Im ready to get married I will be available to afford one her creations.
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