East coast didn't get this episode.
Rachel and Shelby are always welcome on my tv screen. Loved the NY scenes much more than the school scenes. Will has totally most his way. I thought exactly the same thing about "Outcasts" and "Loser Like Me."
This reminded me a lot of Eureka. Guy and his daughter end up in a town, things happen that kill the sheriff and the guy takes over the job. A lot of the pilot was predictable but I liked it.
nearly every episode. We knew how well they performed together and they earned their trips to Nationals.
Part of me hopes Tina is Ryder's mystery girl. She needs someone who will love her back and there have been a few times during musical numbers where they were paired together. I don't think the episode was disrespectful. I think they handled a current situation with care. My senior year of high school was plagued with bomb threats. The next year the high school and neighboring middle school (where my little brother was) were put on lockdown and SWAT patted down every person in the high school because a student was seen putting a gun in a backpack then going to the school. Sadly these things are happening. No one was killed in the episode and I don't think it's insensitive to have the character with downs syndrome be the one with the gun. Lastly, I agree with the user who said they don't think they're going to Nationals this year. The new group needs to earn it and they haven't yet. They haven't done many group performances whereas original New Directions did a group performance nearly every week. We knew how well they performed together together and they earned their trips to Nationals.
Completely disagree. Why is it so unbelievable that some people arent fans of showing skin unnecessarily? I applaud this show for not overdoing the sexiness and cleavage. I thought Casey and Mindy were hilarious and seeing as I dont like Morgan at all that entire storyline made sense. Jeremy is about show and Morgan is embarrassing. At home is one thing but at a conference of your peers....I'm not even sure why Morgan was there in the first place.
I have to agree, I usually don't find Morgan funny, just cringe worthy.
I don't trust Issac at all. I think Lauren is walking straight into a Dark Fae trap and she'll need Hale, Knezie, Bo, and Dyson to save her. I miss the old Hale. It seemed to me that Tamsin looked horrible because she had been drinking; Dyson said something about her being drunk I think.
I don't understand why Severide was unable to believe Casey about Heather. "I know what I saw." What exactly did he see? Nothing. He saw Casey and heard Heather ask about mouthwash. Why in the world would he assume they were sleeping together from that? The rest of the episode was great. The last scene was heartbreaking and amazing.
Loved finally getting a Ryan focused episode!
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