LJ, I am trying to post a slightly aggrieved but hopefully respectful response to a comment. LET ME DO IT >:(
Also, what is with people being all “oh poor RM getting jumped on by the rabid fangirls!”. He is seriously one of the most unprofessional showrunners I’ve seen. He’s not a child, thinking before speaking should be a prerequisite, not a casual afterthought.
I’ll always ship Kurt with the guy who cried in the middle of the hallway or the guy who would do a duet with him risking the sake of both their popularity over the rich prep school kid who wouldn’t even go to a prom where they had teachers and supervision to ensure his safety.
Really. Tell me more.
lol this person can go fuck themselves tbqh
lol are you serious.
I swear to fucking God, there is a part of this fandom that watched Prom Queen on mute.
I can’t even with this.
What I love is how crying in the hallway excuses systematic physical and psychological harassment, yet crying in the courtyard does nothing to wipe away Blaine’s trumped up sins.
I choose to believe this is A++ trolling, tbh, because otherwise I weep for humanity.
For a while I couldn’t even figure out who the three people in that original quote were supposed to be because, wow, talk about picking and choosing your “positive” character moments. Did they just change the channel every time Blaine came on screen after his initial reluctance to go to prom and miss the part where he, you know, danced with his boyfriend in front of a crowd? I can’t deal with people who hate Blaine for such trumped up reasons that they see absolutely no problem with pairing Kurt up with the guy who physically assaulted him and threatened to kill him. You don’t have to like Blaine at all, you just have to not make up canon that didn’t happen and disregard everything horrible that Karofsky did. Yeesh.
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The clear highlight of Morrison’s set was the smooth transition between the Simon and Garfunkel classic and, we kid, you not, “Gold Digger.” For this purpose, the former Broadway crooner mustered up all the street cred he could manage and shouted, “We ‘bout to get dirrrty now!”
After announcing “My Name,” a song he wrote a year ago in London, Morrison told the crowd, “It’s about the duality between being me and Mr. Schuester.” It was unclear whether he realizes that he is not, in fact, Mr. Schuester, but then again, it was also hard to tell if the audience knew that.
EXCLUSIVE: Rachel Berry’s mom is back. Tony Award winner Idina Menzel is in final negotiations to return to Fox’s musical dramedy Glee in the upcoming third season for a major arc that could span as many as 10-12 episodes. In what is described the most significant cast addition on the show…
…10 episodes of Shelby? I thought she treated Rachel absolutely horribly. I have no interest in seeing Shelby again, as much as I might like Idina Menzel. And of course, I expect Rachel’s dads to remain invisible despite actually being good parents (or as good as Glee’s disappearing parent logic will allow) :/ Also, Shelby being back means more Will, DNW. And I don’t know how popular/unpopular this opinion is, but I don’t think Quinn’s relationship with Beth needs to be explored that much either, Quinn’s pretty much a kid herself. There doesn’t need to be a whole lot of unfinished business about that, not now so I hope that’s not going to be some big part of the arc. I also hope this isn’t about getting her back with Puck, instead of Quinn finally finding her own way to see that she doesn’t need a boy or a tiara to feel good about herself. Of course, all speculation is probably useless because LOL RIB.
Well, it’s good to have a date for when I can finally stop watching this show, hahahsaljfg.
Also — didn’t Murphy just say that Blaine isn’t going to be a senior this year? So he’s younger than Kurt? Despite everything implied in “Blaine’s on board” for moving to New York after graduation? This show makes no sense.
RM said something along the lines of “I believe Blaine is not a senior” as opposed to the straight-up “Sam isn’t a senior” (but then there was the whole Chord gate, so wtf), and in another interview he was like “The Darren Criss of it all is very ambiguous”, so I don’t even know. Some people speculated that he might want to make Kurt and Blaine the same age and at that point he didn’t know if Chris was staying, so he didn’t know what would happen with Darren either.
But who knows. Ryan is a troll who seems completely unable to make up his mind about anything. I just really, really hope they’ll graduate at the same time. I don’t want my Klaine separated.
THANK YOU; for a minute, I thought I was losing my brain. Here it is: “Chord is not a senior. I believe Darren is not a senior. There’s a group of them.” I guess we’ll see, come September! While I’d like to see more Blaine, I would be pretty sad if he and Kurt were different ages and thus were split up by default.
I would say “stop being so trolly and ambiguous, Ryan Murphy,” but, haha, yeah right.
Hahaha, WHAT? Are they seriously going to make Blaine younger than Kurt? I should stop expecting logic from this bunch, but somehow I keep doing it every time. I guess next season’s going to be it for me then. No Kurt, no Rachel? :( And how does the class thing even make sense then if some of the cast are staying but these few are leaving? They seemed to be in the same classes when they actually did show them in class!
Angst meme, I know, but I hate how there seem to be a disproportionate amount of prompts with poor-victim-Kurt accompanied by Rachel bashing. I mean, Kurt’s my favorite character and 83% (<-real statistic) of the fic I read is Kurt-centric, but I think Kurt and Rachel have managed to be both awful and amazing to and with each other. Character bashing is tiresome and I wish it would just go away.
The degree to which it is unrealistic is massive, even by Glee standards. While I’ve recognized that sometimes Glee is going to do things that make no sense, the empty auditorium in this episode is complete and utter bullshit. There is NO way this would EVER happen. EVER. Rachel’s dads would be there. Burt and Carole would be there. The fucking gospel choir that backs Mercedes up would be there. And I REFUSE to believe that no parent’s would attend. I mean, fucking Coach Beiste would go. And Emma. Ugh. This is one of the only times I haven’t been able to shrug my shoulders and say, “it’s Glee, what can you do?” Because there is something you can do.
And I guess I understand that for the plot to work no one can show up, but seriously, think of a better plot.
There are episodes that cause me greater rage (*cough* Hairography *cough* The Substitute), but there is something deeply flawed in this episode at all levels. And the fact that it is supposed to be meta about the fact that there are underappreciated characters on the show and then just uses those characters as a plot device that ultimately does nothing for said characters… just so much failure.
A show’s meta episode shouldn’t make you feel more like they’re missing the point even harder, yet, they actually managed to do that. I love how Will says that they’ll just need to be even better to shut the hecklers up, right after Tina leaves the stage in tears. Screw you, Will! You’re just an ineffective and bad teacher. And to go along with the fail of the episode, I love that Will’s crappines came along with yet another person talking about how amazing and good he is. But hey, if you look at it that way, I guess the way people neglect to see Will’s douchiness fits the theme. Sort of.