of course, I meant brittana and god squad scenes;)
@Matt: keep on doing your job as a reviewer/critic. you are not the only reviewer I read who is currently frustrated with the show.
This time, Matt, you were a bit too harsh, although I understand where your frustration with glee is coming from. This was the first episode in a long time that I actually enjoyed watching without rolling my eyes every 5 minutes. The songs were great - especially Mercedes' - and fitting. And the writers finally remembered that they have the britana couple, yeah! Maybe that is one of the main reasons I was able to enjoy the episode. I even liked Rory's version of "home". The god squad scence were a bit over the top, but I guess that was the point.
@jr116: So, you felt offended by this episode, and I feel offended by your homophobic comments hiding behind your religious belief. I don't understand why it is ok for you to question people and their lives so harshly and disrespectfully, but not for others to question certain behaviour by some religious people, isn't that hypocritical?
This review was again spot on. Thanks for not whitewashing anything.
Someone here compared "lost" and "glee" regarding their large cast and the problem of story telling that comes with it. I'm still laughing. I mean "lost" and "glee"... worlds apart in quality, story telling and character development. I hope this was a joke. "lost" is the perfect example for evolving story lines and interesting characters despite its large cast.
I also don't get the idea that just because in "glee" the characters sing sometimes it is not allowed to judge it like a tv show. last time I checked it is a show on tv. I actually like "glee", I really do. I'm expressing my hope that it will get better. please:)
And it was kinda scary and weird when Will said to Finn that he learned from him to be a good man, why oh why? And please, don't let say Rachel yes;)
I'm not giving up just yet on "glee".
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