I'm not meaning to differ from your opinion, because the issue is serious and I would think the same if the relationship happened in real life. But I have to support some of what the person who made this thread says, this is taken some out of context.
And I don't know, maybe when we watch the next episode we can throw a light on the subject. Talk about it with some perspective. Let the storyline flow.
Btw Dairshipper I love your speeches. And don't worry about the mistakes; and the first one who can't even explain herself properly in English :(
*I'm the first one (see?)
But I have to support some of what the person who made this thread says, this is taken some out of context. And I don't know, maybe when we watch the next episode we can throw a light on the subject. Talk about it with some perspective. Let the storyline flow.
Im deeply saddened by the fact that (1) Safran said in his interview that Chair is not abusive, and (2) the spoiler pics I see of *SPOILER ALERT* Blair within Chuck's breathing proximity after what just happened. As dictated by past seasons, I think this issue will be swept under the rug again. So, IMO its better that we talk about it now to shed some light on the matter rather than forgetting about it again (we only have two eps left this season).
Elisa Thanks for that, you're one of the few people that I can have a decent disagreement with. You speak english pretty well, dont worry.
Decent disagreement with? that does not sound good! :S
Anyway,the spoiler pics I see of *SPOILER ALERT* Blair within Chuck's breathing proximity after what just happened
I saw them too and I'm very displeased because I also think what you just said. But I have a hope that somehow he'll pay for the damage, maybe the photos are a dream or something. Let's pray.
And if this forum let girls reconsider about their love feelings for Chuck (I mean, he's far from the perfect boyfriend they want), then all of this threads are worthy of admiration. But I will continue thinking people know what they watch.
Let me just begin by saying I hate Glee mostly because of their weekly moral lessons. I don't think it's the job of the TV show to preach, or to teach, or to impose their beliefs unto others in any way. However, I believe the TV shows should entertain. GG has lost its entertainment quality for a lot of people. It's not about doing things that are contraversial or push the envelop. It's about the fact that GG does these things for pure shock value (because clearly they can't do anything else) and doesn't follow through them to the end. In my opinion, if GG handled the storyline with Chuck and Blair responsibly, none of this backlash would be happening now. Or at least it wouldn't be as strong. Instead the writers chose to do damage control with "Chuck has never and would never hurt Blair", which was insulting to the intelligence of most viewers.
She Was A Daydreamer that is my point if you are no longer entertained or offended stop watching
Myabe I finally will...