@Lurker--"A goat and a chicken go into a bunker..." is the start of a great joke, don't you think?
I've been meaning to come back here all day and say that I like what I think is going to turn out to be a Catfish story with Ryder. I had that in my notes and didn't put it in the review. I think it's Kitty.
@xmeg--Ah! I see what you're saying. Yes, having her think she's pregnant and then not actually being pregnant is a total cop-out. It's Murphy's standard "three episode plot" where we talk about it for three weeks and then move on. Lame. They could've done so much with it if the New York scenes are supposed to be the grown up Glee.
@Jess, we'll have to agree to disagree where Sue's concerned. It's my opinion that nothing last night was out of character for her. As for the substitutes and the songs they sing, they're not regular characters, "leaders of the pack" so to speak, so comparing the situations is comparing apples and oranges. Will DOES have a right to be upset with Finn. ABSOLUTELY he does. Finn was wrong to kiss Emma. I'm not saying Will should forget it and move on. I'm saying that acting like a prima donna with the coffee and vests was a silly and childish way to handle an adult situation and makes Will look like an idiot instead of a hurting man.
@xmeg, to continue the discussion, I was also really excited to see the parallel story of Shelby/Rachel play out. And Lea's tweet that Idina Menzel is coming back later this season led me to believe that we would see that. Maybe we still will.
@xmeg--I think Glee isn't the kind of show that would've shied away from talking about abortion. If she had gone through with one, there's no way she would've been given the all clear to go back to school that afternoon, or been so...upright...following the procedure. They're either truly playing this off as a false positive (which does happen, google "chemical pregnancy") or she was lying to Santana about no longer being pregnant and actually is pregnant still.
@Jess, Nothing last night was out of character for Sue, so why would we castigate her for her behavior? She was hilarious. As for Will/Finn and coming down hard on Will, I blame it solely on the writing of the character. Will was so well written in the first two seasons. I felt bad for him with the Terry/Carl stories. But he's become a silly caricature in the last two seasons. He acts less mature than the students he teaches.
@Charmed-Jenna, I do agree with you that Finn crossed a line in fighting with Brody, but I think his anger was less about Brody/Rachel and more about the fight with Will. It might not have been the most adult move on his part, but it was human and I can understand the misplaced and misdirected anger. And yes, the "future wife" bit was...out there.
@M--I, too, noticed the poor production quality of her performance (say that 5 times fast!). It also happened to her on Tuesday night. I didn't find her performance then to be as strong as the other girls, so I was actually quite shocked to see that America voted for her. It just didn't sound fantastic. The same is true of Tenna Torres' performance from Tuesday. What I heard in my living room was nearly opposite from what the judges claimed to have heard in the arena.
@rush--thanks for the compliment! I do enjoy music and did sing once upon a time. Now I just sing lullabies and "Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes" to my kids all day. ;)
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