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#52 Nov 09 2010 at 11:07 PM Rating: Good
Finally got caught up on the last two episodes... Meatloaf had a cameo? Was he one of the cable news guys?

Overall I enjoyed the RHPS episode, but I do agree that some of the lyric changes were unnecessary. If Britney and Santana can talk about scissoring each other, i think "heavy petting" is acceptable. John Stamos' Hot Patootie was awesome. I forgot that he could sing. =x It's been a long time since I've seen Full House, but I gotta say he looks so much better without the mullet. I didn't mind the slight key changes in some of the songs to be honest, I noticed them but they didn't bother me.

I do need to get around to downloading some of the music from these episodes and the second half of last season, but I can safely say that I'm not going to go looking for the songs from the RHPS episode. It's kind of like how I felt about the My Fair lady song that Emma did last season, the original is much better. Which is kind of sad, because Emma has a very nice voice. They need to give her more songs. I really loved the Touch Me song too. It's my favorite from the musical.

The duet episode wasn't bad either. i loved Tina and Mike's song, I agree that it was very cute although it makes me wonder if that's really the best Mike can sing lol. Also, what happened to the other black kid? Having Mike get more screen time recently made me realize that the black football player from last season is missing. I definitely feel bad for Artie that his first time with **** was so bad after the fact, but I wonder if Britney really did use him just for his voice? I don't think that the argument that she **** everybody, so why would she **** you unless she wanted something from you is a good excuse. Maybe she's one of those girls who doesn't get any love at home and so she seeks love through sex? I dunno, I want to give her more credit than the other characters do. Besides, we all know Santana is a **** and will lie through her teeth to get what she wants.

I don't really see Glee as being anti-sex to be honest. One of the first episodes we saw Rachel join the Celibacy Club and tell everyone that girls want **** too. I think what the show does do, is try to tell people that **** is something you need to be careful with. If you have unprotected **** there's going to be consequences, and if you have **** with someone you don't care about for the first time (ala Finn and Artie) you're going to feel like **** afterwards. It would be nice though if they'd show a more positive example of what people should strive for though, I'll admit that. I'd be great if they had Rachel dump her ridiculous idea of not having **** until she was 25 and not until she's married, and have her and Finn have a really nice first time.
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#53 Nov 10 2010 at 8:21 AM Rating: Excellent
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Also, what happened to the other black kid? Having Mike get more screen time recently made me realize that the black football player from last season is missing.


They basically shuffled him off in one of the first episodes of the second season by saying he moved to a different school, the end. It was weird.
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I don't really see Glee as being anti-sex to be honest.

I guess maybe I could have worded it better. Your paragraph after this sentence pretty much summed up my feelings - there's been no "good" examples of sex, only negative ones. It doesn't avoid the topic of **** - it just hasn't shown anyone having anything good come from it.
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#54 Nov 10 2010 at 9:33 AM Rating: Good
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I dunno, I want to give her more credit than the other characters do. Besides, we all know Santana is a **** and will lie through her teeth to get what she wants.


Actually, the episode where she had **** with Finn made me think otherwise. Afterwards, she said something to the effect of, "Before you rush me home, can you stop and get me a burger? I'm really hungry." I don't remember the exchange exactly, but I remember it left me feeling like she was used to being used for **** then discarded pretty easily.

If anyone makes me think she doesn't get enough love at home or whatever, it's her.
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After my girlfriend begging me for the past hour to let her tell me who Kurt's new love interest is, I checked facebook and got it totally spoiled by her status:
"This episode of Glee is 'totally awesome'!
If you couldn't guess, it's Darren Criss, who plays Harry Potter in "A Very Potter Musical," which is an internet phenomenon with over 25 million views. My annoyance at finding out is matched only by my excitement for the new character, as I think he'll be amazing! Can't wait to watch it once I get home today... didn't get a chance yesterday.
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#56 Nov 10 2010 at 2:23 PM Rating: Good
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Don't worry, he's pretty awesome. Oh, and even though I'm straight he's pretty hot. And has a great voice. I hope we see more of him for sure.

The song he/their choir sung I enjoyed, although there were a few points where the autotuning was of course overused :(.
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Belkira the Tulip wrote:
PigtailsOfDoom wrote:
I dunno, I want to give her more credit than the other characters do. Besides, we all know Santana is a **** and will lie through her teeth to get what she wants.


Actually, the episode where she had **** with Finn made me think otherwise. Afterwards, she said something to the effect of, "Before you rush me home, can you stop and get me a burger? I'm really hungry." I don't remember the exchange exactly, but I remember it left me feeling like she was used to being used for **** then discarded pretty easily.

If anyone makes me think she doesn't get enough love at home or whatever, it's her.


That's true, I hadn't thought of that. They probably both have elements of that going on. Don't get me wrong, I do like Santana as a character, although I can't say I would want to deal with anyone like her irl. Britney just comes off as a harmless follower more than anything else, where Santana is more like the **** ring leader.

Last night's episode: Freaking awesome! I really loved this episode, I have to say. The introduction of the guy who is going to be Kurt's new bf was great. And the part where Mr. Neanderthal football player kissed Kurt was hysterical! I really love the trope that people who protest the loudest against the gays are actually **** themselves and don't know how to handle it. And poor Kurt! The horrified look on his face was priceless. I did feel bad for him though, he almost looked like he felt he'd just been raped. Chris is such a great actor.

The whole Beast plot line was awesome too. I definitely felt bad for her. While I can't imagine going that long without being kissed I was teased pretty mercilessly in middle school and sometimes it felt like I was never going to get my first either. Will helping her out with that situation was very sweet.

As far as the songs went, I liked both of them quite a bit. I definitely think the girls did better though. Bon Jovi, yes please!

One final thing: I love love loved how they put Tina in with the guys who needed to "cool off." Goes along with the whole "girls want **** too **** it!" theme from last season that I mentioned earlier. I never expected Mike to be so puritanical, even though we got a peek at that with the RHPS episode when his parents wouldn't let him play Frankie. And I loved when he was all "Stay away from my woman!" That was so funny.

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#58 Nov 10 2010 at 4:22 PM Rating: Good
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As far as the songs went, I liked both of them quite a bit. I definitely think the girls did better though. Bon Jovi, yes please!


What? No. God no. They did not do that song justice. I thought the guys' song was much better.

Of course my favorite song of the episode was the boys' choir's song.
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That's true, I hadn't thought of that. They probably both have elements of that going on. Don't get me wrong, I do like Santana as a character, although I can't say I would want to deal with anyone like her irl. Britney just comes off as a harmless follower more than anything else, where Santana is more like the **** ring leader.


Can't argue with any of that. Smiley: lol

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I never expected Mike to be so puritanical[...]


I haven't seen last night's episode yet, will watch it tonight, but this doesn't surprise me. I remember the episode where Tina was getting frustrated by all of the "authentic Asian" stuff they were doing. From what I understand, they are sort of religious and frown upon that sort of thing.
#60 Nov 10 2010 at 6:16 PM Rating: Good
Yeah I just never expected that a family obsessed with being "authentically Asian" would also be religious considering most Asian countries don't have a strong religious base of the conservative Christian type.
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#61 Nov 10 2010 at 7:16 PM Rating: Excellent
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Yeah I just never expected that a family obsessed with being "authentically Asian" would also be religious considering most Asian countries don't have a strong religious base of the conservative Christian type.


I remember watching Gilmore Girls, and Lane's mom being really conservatively Christian. Maybe that's where I was getting it from. Smiley: lol
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It's odd to say, and I feel prejudiced considering my admiration for Dennis Criss, but I LOVED this episode. While there was some autotuning in the choir song, it was my favorite of the episode (but I am a HUGE sucker for a cappella). In fact, all the songs were good. The whole thing with Chris and Kurt caught me completely by surprise - I thought Kurt was gonna eat a knuckle sandwich. I gotta admit, Beast + Will made me go "OH GOD NO!" even though it was kinda, er, cute? Bon Jovi was good, last song was better though, and I loved when Sam sang - I really enjoy his voice.

Overall, my favorite episode of the second season. Good plot, great songs, a little lacking in the Sue department, but overall really good episode.
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#63 Nov 11 2010 at 9:11 AM Rating: Excellent
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While there was some autotuning in the choir song, it was my favorite of the episode (but I am a HUGE sucker for a cappella).


I love a cappella, too. Which is why I was **** when I heard the music being played in the background.

Kurts new BF is cute, though.

And GOD DAMMIT let Santana **** sing!!! Her voice would've been great on the Bon Jovi mash up, but they buried her in the background again. I'm tired of it!
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While there was some autotuning in the choir song, it was my favorite of the episode (but I am a HUGE sucker for a cappella).


I love a cappella, too. Which is why I was **** when I heard the music being played in the background.


I must be deaf - where is the background music?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E46BhMIRujI

I've listened to the song a half dozen times and I don't hear any background music - the only thing that comes close is the percussion, because they don;t show the beatboxer.
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#65 Nov 11 2010 at 11:22 PM Rating: Excellent
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LockeColeMA wrote:
Belkira the Tulip wrote:
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While there was some autotuning in the choir song, it was my favorite of the episode (but I am a HUGE sucker for a cappella).


I love a cappella, too. Which is why I was **** when I heard the music being played in the background.


I must be deaf - where is the background music?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E46BhMIRujI

I've listened to the song a half dozen times and I don't hear any background music - the only thing that comes close is the percussion, because they don;t show the beatboxer.


**** I was wrong. They did it so well, I thought it was music. Smiley: lol

Color me impressed and un-pissed. Thanks for the link and for restoring my faith in Glee.
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I'm totally in love with Kurt. He's so elegant and beautiful and sensitive and wispy. His long cardigan just slayed me. Also the time his dad was in a coma and he sung "I want to hold your hand". For me his face while he sung that is the best ever moment of Glee.

I preferred the Bon Jovi mash up. It might not have been gritty enough, but it's the grittiest I've ever heard on Glee. The choreography, blowing hair and costumes were ultra fun too.

I love a Capella, but not this one. Ugh. Pop Lite. Almost all the songs on Glee sound like they are sung by a 5 person boy-band populated only by tenors anyway, and this song was one of the worst offenders.
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I'm totally in love with Kurt. He's so elegant and beautiful and sensitive and wispy. His long cardigan just slayed me. Also the time his dad was in a coma and he sung "I want to hold your hand". For me his face while he sung that is the best ever moment of Glee.


This. A thousand times, this.
#68 Nov 13 2010 at 1:26 AM Rating: Good
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I preferred the Bon Jovi mash up. It might not have been gritty enough, but it's the grittiest I've ever heard on Glee. The choreography, blowing hair and costumes were ultra fun too.


Yeah I think that's why I liked the Bon Jovi mash up better. The girls looked **** hot rocking out like that, where the boys looked like wannabe lounge singers... Although singing to Beist was really cute.
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#69 Nov 17 2010 at 10:40 PM Rating: Good
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Was it just me, or did last night's episode have some hilarious one-liners? I don't think I've laughed that much at Glee in a while.
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Was it just me, or did last night's episode have some hilarious one-liners? I don't think I've laughed that much at Glee in a while.


I really enjoyed it. Also the first song was really good (my girlfriend thought it was Meh, though she just doesn't care for Paltrow's voice).
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FINALLY, an episode that shows off the "second string" a bit! I enjoyed the Warblers song, but it was weaker than the original (sorry Darren Criss). I LOVED the dance number, although the moves pushed the song to the way side. None of the songs really "WOW!"ed me, but they were all pretty decent. RIP Rachael and Finn, although I know it'll be back strong as ever next weak. Gotta say, I kinda love Barbie and Ken.

Also, the episode reminded me of how brutal emotions in high school are. If nothing else, I kinda got that nostalgia during the breakup, reminding me of my own experiences and how it feels like the world was ending.

... granted, I never had a kitty calendar of my SO.
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#72 Dec 01 2010 at 4:17 PM Rating: Excellent
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I'm over Will pining for Emma, and I'm even MORE over her wardrobe. How can a public school counselor afford a $700 Kate Spade coat? **** off, Fox.
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I'm over Will pining for Emma, and I'm even MORE over her wardrobe. How can a public school counselor afford a $700 Kate Spade coat? @#%^ off, Fox.


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#74 Dec 04 2010 at 6:59 PM Rating: Decent
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I'm over Will pining for Emma, and I'm even MORE over her wardrobe. How can a public school counselor afford a $700 Kate Spade coat? @#%^ off, Fox.


Rich. Dentist. Husband.


Except that all of their wardrobes, sets for the songs, and choreography have been ridiculous since the start. Smiley: lol
#75 Dec 06 2010 at 10:52 PM Rating: Good
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Finally caught up on the previous two episodes tonight, and I gotta say I loved the wedding episode, and enjoyed the sectionals episode but not as much.

I often wonder how much I missed out on going to an all-boys high school. =/
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I'm surprised more people didn't write about the sectionals episode...

Anyway, today's episode was entirely about Christmas! And overall, I found the songs exceedingly meh. I didn't know Rachel's first song to Finn (my girlfriend was aghast); the boys' duet wasn't as good as other versions I've heard; Sue's Grinch song was funny but it's a cruddy song; the last song I didn't recognize but it sounded the "best." The first song about the Island of Misfit Toys was probably my favorite, but only because I love the movie it's from. Overall it didn't put me in the Christmas spirit, it just made me hope next season picks up a bit as this one ended in a slump.

Note: I may be biased because I am already sick and tired of Christmas carols on the radio.
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#77 Dec 07 2010 at 11:54 PM Rating: Good
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Ithe last song I didn't recognize but it sounded the "best."


Surely you're not referring to the song for the teachers, right? Right?
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Ithe last song I didn't recognize but it sounded the "best."


Surely you're not referring to the song for the teachers, right? Right?


That's the one! Didn't recognize it. I was in an a capella club in high school and we sang carols including some in Latin, but never that one.
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#79 Dec 08 2010 at 9:41 PM Rating: Good
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Ithe last song I didn't recognize but it sounded the "best."


Surely you're not referring to the song for the teachers, right? Right?


That's the one! Didn't recognize it. I was in an a capella club in high school and we sang carols including some in Latin, but never that one.


Did you never watch How the Grinch Stole Christmas?
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Vataro wrote:
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Ithe last song I didn't recognize but it sounded the "best."


Surely you're not referring to the song for the teachers, right? Right?


That's the one! Didn't recognize it. I was in an a capella club in high school and we sang carols including some in Latin, but never that one.


Did you never watch How the Grinch Stole Christmas?


Maybe once, I was never a big fan of it, or Dr. Seuss in general Smiley: grin
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So then 90% of this episode was lost on you. That's too bad :(.
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So then 90% of this episode was lost on you. That's too bad :(.


I read the book, and saw the cartoon movie as a kid, but never saw the new one with Jim Carey. I "got" the storyline of the episode, I just didn't recognize the last song. Is that sung by the Whos?
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So then 90% of this episode was lost on you. That's too bad :(.


I read the book, and saw the cartoon movie as a kid, but never saw the new one with Jim Carey. I "got" the storyline of the episode, I just didn't recognize the last song. Is that sung by the Whos?


Yes, it's the same song sung by the Whos that causes the Grinch to change his ways, like it did with Sue. And I was referring to the cartoon, not the Jim Carrey movie (which I have not seen either).
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So then 90% of this episode was lost on you. That's too bad :(.


I read the book, and saw the cartoon movie as a kid, but never saw the new one with Jim Carey. I "got" the storyline of the episode, I just didn't recognize the last song. Is that sung by the Whos?


Yes, it's the same song sung by the Whos that causes the Grinch to change his ways, like it did with Sue. And I was referring to the cartoon, not the Jim Carrey movie (which I have not seen either).


Ah, gotcha. I had assumed it was in Latin, not Whoish (or whatever the language would be Smiley: lol). Oh well, don't I feel silly Smiley: blush
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#85 Dec 10 2010 at 9:41 AM Rating: Good
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The only thing I really have to say about this episode is that I'm incredibly disapopinted in Locke. His only saving grace is loving the Rudolph Christmas special.

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The only thing I really have to say about this episode is that I'm incredibly disapopinted in Locke. His only saving grace is loving the Rudolph Christmas special.

Smiley: disappointed


Bah! Humbug! Smiley: bah

(I should mention I really liked the "Last Christmas" song, but I forgot to say it in my original post Smiley: nod)
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Thinking back to the Christmas episode. We had themes from:

It's Christmas Charlie Brown (Finn says he found that sad looking tree on the side of the road, and goes on and on about not losing the xmas spirit).
The Grinch (self explanatory).
Miracle on 34th Street (Brittany and Santa and an impossible wish that comes true).
A little Rudolph (singing Island of Misfit Toys while trimming the tree).

Did I miss any more?

I know that, while watching it, I was vaguely aware of the themes, but didn't put them together until later. I feel silly. Smiley: blush
#88 Mar 15 2011 at 7:37 PM Rating: Good
Haven't been any comments on the newer episodes, and with how amazing last week's episode was, I figured I'd bump this thread.

Was anyone else surprised by Santana expressing her love for Britney? I'm not surprised that she's more than likely gay, but I was surprised on some level that she's capable of that sort of emotion. >.> It was all really sweet though, and I felt bad for both of them when Britney said that she couldn't break up with Artie because it wouldn't be fair to him. Also, absolutely loved Gwyneth's **** song at the beginning of the episode.
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#89 Mar 15 2011 at 10:59 PM Rating: Good
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Haven't been any comments on the newer episodes, and with how amazing last week's episode was, I figured I'd bump this thread.

Was anyone else surprised by Santana expressing her love for Britney? I'm not surprised that she's more than likely gay, but I was surprised on some level that she's capable of that sort of emotion. >.> It was all really sweet though, and I felt bad for both of them when Britney said that she couldn't break up with Artie because it wouldn't be fair to him. Also, absolutely loved Gwyneth's **** song at the beginning of the episode.
I will start off by saying that there needs to be so much more Gwyneth Paltrow in this show.

I don't think Santana is necessarily full-blown **** (I think she is bi), but she does have major feelings for Brit. To be honest, I figured Santana would get a moment like this eventually, I just didn't know when. She's way too much of a **** and they try to balance out all of the mean characters (even Sue) sometimes. It was definitely a good moment, and I thought it "resolved" well. (Even though now Santana has every reason to ruin Brit's relationship with Artie.) Additionally, it's about **** time Emma admitted that she still has feelings for Will. I'm interested to see how that resolves (I would so prefer him to be with Gwyneth, but we know that can't happen. Smiley: frown

As for tonight's episode: Also very awesome. So much good humor, and the original songs were actually good. My one major complaint is that, as usual, Rachel sung mostly by herself and nobody else got a chance. I like Rachel's voice, but she sings EVERYTHING. Also, Sue PUNCHING THE **** ANNOUNCER IN THE FACE was hilarious and so unexpected. I was honestly surprised that Blaine and Kurt actually hooked up. I had just given up on that ever happening. Did love Kurt calling Blaine out for hogging the spotlight at the beginning though. Smiley: laugh Overall, I am very pleased. Definitely better than previous episodes this season.
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#90 Mar 16 2011 at 8:42 AM Rating: Good
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I did not like Kurt and Blaine's duet. I thought their voices did not mesh together at all. However, both of the original songs performed at regionals were just awesome. The ones earlier in the episode not as much, but they weren't bad.
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#91 Mar 16 2011 at 11:07 AM Rating: Excellent
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It ended pretty well, but I wasn't "wow!'ed" at all. I mean, they tied everything together, but... for some reason I'm kept wanting. Probably because I hate having to wait for the next episode Smiley: lol
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#92 Mar 16 2011 at 11:40 AM Rating: Good
LockeColeMA wrote:
It ended pretty well, but I wasn't "wow!'ed" at all. I mean, they tied everything together, but... for some reason I'm kept wanting. Probably because I hate having to wait for the next episode Smiley: lol
I think that's because it wasn't a huge season-ending episode or anything. Regionals was more of a "we have to do this to get to nationals, so let's just get in and get it over with" thing, so I don't think the episode was meant to be a huge spectacle (unlike last season). I'm still eagerly awaiting next week's episode though.





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#93 Mar 16 2011 at 11:52 AM Rating: Excellent
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Daimakaicho, Eater of Souls wrote:
I'm still eagerly awaiting next week's episode though.





Still needs moar Holly Holliday.


Next week? I thought Glee was off until April?
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#94 Mar 16 2011 at 12:15 PM Rating: Good
LockeColeMA wrote:
Daimakaicho, Eater of Souls wrote:
I'm still eagerly awaiting next week's episode though.





Still needs moar Holly Holliday.


Next week? I thought Glee was off until April?
Is it? I hadn't heard that, but it very well could be.

Edit: after a little research, there is at least not a new episode next week, so you appear to be correct. Well boo.

Edited, Mar 16th 2011 1:17pm by Daimakaicho
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#95 Mar 16 2011 at 1:10 PM Rating: Good
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Daimakaicho, Eater of Souls wrote:
LockeColeMA wrote:
Daimakaicho, Eater of Souls wrote:
I'm still eagerly awaiting next week's episode though.





Still needs moar Holly Holliday.


Next week? I thought Glee was off until April?
Is it? I hadn't heard that, but it very well could be.

Edit: after a little research, there is at least not a new episode next week, so you appear to be correct. Well boo.

Edited, Mar 16th 2011 1:17pm by Daimakaicho


Clearly you don't watch the previews for the next episode each week. It started with "Coming this April" after last night's episode.
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Vataro wrote:
Daimakaicho, Eater of Souls wrote:
LockeColeMA wrote:
Daimakaicho, Eater of Souls wrote:
I'm still eagerly awaiting next week's episode though.

Selective auditory blockage. I wish I had it too... I want more Glee next week Smiley: frown



Still needs moar Holly Holliday.


Next week? I thought Glee was off until April?
Is it? I hadn't heard that, but it very well could be.

Edit: after a little research, there is at least not a new episode next week, so you appear to be correct. Well boo.

Edited, Mar 16th 2011 1:17pm by Daimakaicho


Clearly you don't watch the previews for the next episode each week. It started with "Coming this April" after last night's episode.


To be fair, I wish I thought it was coming next week. I'm going to be grumpy with no Glee Smiley: glare

Edit: Reading the story on this episode on theblaze.com made it 100% better. People were up in arms as Kathy Griffith's tea party member portrayal, while completing not discrediting a single thing she stood for. Ah, hilarious Smiley: grin

Edited, Mar 16th 2011 4:06pm by LockeColeMA
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I would rate you down if I could for making me go to theblaze.com just to see what it was.
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#98 Mar 16 2011 at 2:31 PM Rating: Good
Vataro wrote:
Daimakaicho, Eater of Souls wrote:
LockeColeMA wrote:
Daimakaicho, Eater of Souls wrote:
I'm still eagerly awaiting next week's episode though.





Still needs moar Holly Holliday.


Next week? I thought Glee was off until April?
Is it? I hadn't heard that, but it very well could be.

Edit: after a little research, there is at least not a new episode next week, so you appear to be correct. Well boo.

Edited, Mar 16th 2011 1:17pm by Daimakaicho


Clearly you don't watch the previews for the next episode each week. It started with "Coming this April" after last night's episode.
Nope, never watch the previews. We have bowling league while it's airing live, so we download it afterwards to watch. (It cuts out the commercials, but also cuts out the previews.)
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I would rate you down if I could for making me go to theblaze.com just to see what it was.


My bad, should have said "theblaze.com, one of Glenn Beck's websites." Smiley: laugh
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#100 Mar 16 2011 at 3:29 PM Rating: Good
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I would rate you down if I could for making me go to theblaze.com just to see what it was.


My bad, should have said "theblaze.com, one of Glenn Beck's websites." Smiley: laugh
1) So glad I didn't go to the site.
2) I am totally unsurprised at their reaction.
3) Why on earth were you visiting that website?
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3) Why on earth were you visiting that website?


Research for the Asylum. 90% of the things Varus talks about are usually covered in their blurbs Smiley: grin Sometimes I don't even know what he means, so I go there and to other sites and go "Ohhh... this is what the talking heads are saying."
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