Just because Carl said he'd be at a hotel does -not- imply that he and Emma are breaking up. Anyone who knows how love works sometimes has had it happen where an argument or disagreement has them spend a bit of time apart to think things through and really dissect the situation. Besides, knowing how the writers are in this show anymore? They probably want the fans to intentionally presume the worst. My guess is it's going to be a Carl vs Will for Emma's affection sort of thing which will [more likely than not] be how Glee scores another season. Even if they do win regional the whole set up of this series solely focuses on drama so.. we'll get something else [more likely than not] randomly thrown in I'd bet.
Also, is it just me or are more fans also losing the ability to put 100% effort into watching each new episode? It used to be whenever Glee came on I was unable to be reached that whole hour. Now I seem to get more entertainment watching American Idol.. Glee really needs to step it up or return to it's roots.
I'm iffy on this episode. I do agree with the writer on a lot of points. Though... trying to watch Glee with it's recent PSA's anymore when you live with a parent who decides to now [of all episodes] watch the show with you? Awwwkward. I mean, I wouldn't mind so much if the show wasn't so blunt and to the point on some topics but.. sometimes I just feel bad for enjoying a show like this when they preach about topics my mother never bothered to delve upon with me. Guess I'm kind of like Brittany in the way that Cartoons or television kind of taught me. I'm not naive enough to believe it's from a stork no but.. it just makes me being older now knowing better and seeing an episode like this a little jealous yet foolish to know how well off these kids now a days really do have it. Back when I was younger the commercials and shows on these topics were overly vague and hard to understand so.. I guess it's a good thing?
Is it just me or does it seem like the more episodes in the second season seem like preachy PSA's the less interest I seem to hold in watching it in it's entirety. In season one, I'd be captivated from start to finish for the whole hour; now? Now I'm bored of it.
They always make the promo for the next episode seem more amazing than it actually is. Which I know is suppose to be the job of a promotion but.. either live up to it or stop trying. Which, really? Tik tok? Isn't it Ke$ha's job in almost every song she's ever preformed to sing about intoxication or drugs? Seems like it's defeating the purpose. Plus that vomit? What in the world were they drinking? I know it was a mixture of random things but.. it all looked faker than it was probably meant to be.
As far as the plot of Rachel/Blaine/Kurt. Uh wow, I'm sorry. I'd excuse her acting like an idiot when drunk but how in the world does she just get over one situation and jump onto another like nothing was ever wrong? Don't people normally take time to themselves and instead not sing a song [Firework from Katy Perry] that doesn't remotely represent the current situation. That song's meant as being inspiring yes, but not to be belted out after a bad break up. Seems kind of.. ridiculous.
Though the thing with Will and his possible Alcoholism.. Sue trying to say he needs help but him saying he isn't one only to the next day got out and get wasted with Bieste? Wait what? Doesn't that defeat the purpose of what you were JUST denying the day before? It's just these episodes anymore seem rushed and glorified.. and little by little.. i'm losing interest.
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