To be honest, I adored this episode. Finn's side storyline was a bit...erm...idiotic, but it was lighthearted compared to the rest of the episode. There have been claims of Jesus' face appearing in various items around the world: Why not introduce the grilled cheese sighting? It was bound to happen eventually, and to be honest, I'm glad it was on Glee. To the people thinking that Chris Colfer deserves an Emmy, I am right behind you. He's one of the main reasons I watch Glee. The way that the various Glee members were trying to force their religion down Kurt's throat was a bit annoying. His reasoning for not believing in God was reasonable, to him, and you can't please everyone. And there is the forever issue: Which Christian denomination is accurate? You've got the Catholics, Baptists, Methodists, Moravians...the list goes on and on. For all we know, the Bible may not be accurate. So all of you people 'offended' by the episode, think about that the next time you go to rant at a homosexual. Think about them. Like Kurt said, 'I don't choose to be ridiculed every day.' Lea Michele's rendition of 'Papa Can You Hear Me' was beautiful. Amber Riley blew me away with her solo, and as always, Chris Colfer had me astonished with his cover of 'I Want To Hold Your Hand'. When I was watching all three songs, I had tears running down my face. I remember watching Yentl with my granny before she passed away, and that just brought back memories. So this week, my score is 5/5!
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