i hope ryders phone friend is some hot dude and some serious cock guzzling takes place
i hope ryders phone friend is some hot dude and some serious cock guzzling takes place
Did Jane Lynch want out? Wouldn't be suprised if she asked to go...the character is such a cartoon, it may end up hurting her career in the long run....the part when she was confessing- I had to laugh when she said she's done everything right for 20 years....bullying children is right, huh? She would have been fired season 1 for just half the crap she pulled on kids!
Struggling hard to watch this show. I have a bunch of shows all the way back to November to catch up on. I caught a bit of last night's show with the shooting.
How would you guys rate this season? I am debating on whether or not to watch it.
I just had an epic idea: If Ryder wants to find out who catfished him, and get revenge at the same time, he should hook up with the Fake Katie. She's already sweet on him, and Ryder seemed like he was digging her (until he realized the truth), so he should hit that anyway. All Ryder has to do is take her to Glee Club and say that "Thanks to the fake Katie, I found the real Katie!"....then just look for the classmate suffering from the world's worst case of butthurt.
if you liked Glee season 1 and 2, you probably won't care for this season- since half the characters are replaced by several uninteresting knock offs.
Eh, tried watching it...have the first two seasons on DVD, so, just going the route of believing the last two seasons aren't canon and/or never existed.
Also, pretty sure it won't get renewed if all the star players are jumping ship. If anything they'll make a spin-off on the original folk in NYC.
I suspect Unique too, but since this is Glee, she'll continue to be asexual. So I'm betting on... oh I don't give a fuck. Can Ryder be any dumber? Marisa likes him anyway yet he has to find out who's been catfishing him? Gurl, bye.
I couldn't agree with you more on why this episode was such a fail and some reviews for this particular one have been scathing. The choir room scene was shot, directed, and acted well (full agreement on Heather Morris selling her fear in that restroom stall), but ultimately I just didn't care and never felt any of them were in real danger. Which was confirmed when it turns out the "shooting" was an accident by Becky. Instead of getting donuts for everyone the next morning, why didn't Sue inform the school the day of what really happened? But, yeah, next week if we're lucky we'll get a throwaway line about all they endured.
The promos leading up to it were very misleading, I was already spoiled about what to expect, but there was a bait & switch. All the promos featured Rachel & Kurt/Finn & Puck heavily, aside from a disclaimer at the beginning of "Shooting Star," there was no indication of a very serious Glee airing last night featuring the 2.0's.
Listen. I'm here to get y'all together regarding this past ep.
That was the best episode they've given us all season. Idc, idc. Yes the end was several shades of fuckery, but the bulk of this episode was real, intense, and incredibly well acted. Blake, Heather, Chord and Becca especially shined. But we finally got some substance in a season full of fluff and story arcs that last no longer than three episodes and provide no growth for the characters, and you people still want to complain. I'm just grateful we finally saw Brittany and Sam acknowledged as a couple, some more of this Catfish storyline because it's the best thing going, and something that actually affected the characters and made them important.
Sue was pivotal in the show's breakthrough and early success. She served as both the antagonist and provided comedic relief in the first season. I loved her character and I think the show will definitely suffer from losing her, but it was about time she had to go. A lot of her funniest moments were with members of the Glee cast who had already graduated from McKinley, so really she was more filler-esque this season.
That said I think she was written off in the worst possible way ever. And I don't know who they will get to replace her, but at this point the show has so many characters, I think it's time to let some go. Overall though I feel the writing for this show seems rushed and uncertain at times. It seems they often put together some episodes merely to grab an audience/attention and nothing more.
Sue has been fired before so she may temporarily return before the season ends (I hope she does) but from what I hear Jane Lynch doesn't want to continue with glee next season? So I doubt she's going to return.
Yes, I know what catfishing is. I saw the Catfish years before anyone knew who the hell Manti was. The motive of the catfisher wasn't to embarrass Ryder, it was to get close to him without risking rejection. Marley and Jake already dealt with their issues with Ryder last episode, plus Marley isn't petty enough to do something like that and Jake isn't clever enough to keep the charade up.
Yes, I remember the episode where Blaine kissed Rachel and they sang "Don't You Want Me". That doesn't mean that Ryan Murphy isn't going to try to pull some stupid "Blaine suddenly likes pussy" crap. BTW - Blaine and Sam are friends, (and I hope it stays that way. All you guys that keep praying for the straight guys to start turning gay can go to Broke Straight Boys for your "I turned a straight guy gay!" fantasies), but you don't see them holding hands and cuddling like Tina and Blaine were, do you?
As for Jane Lynch, she's been awesome ever since her breakout role in Best In Show. She was amazing in Glee's first season....until the writers started to make her an insane schizophrenic. I don't blame her for leaving before they have Sue shave her head and beat up the students with an umbrella while screaming, "It's Sue Sylvester, bitch!".
^Sue was so amazing in season 1. Her what.the.fuck. face at Figgins jamming out to Push It during the assembly was epic, and her lines at his office all season were hilarious.
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Liked the first season but lost interst as the characters and characterizations became more outlandish. Ryan Murphy had potential gold here but just ruined what could have been a really fun show with his reliance on too much camp, over the top situations and just a lack of consideration for the fans that just seems to be getting more blatant over time.
unofficial official mini meet Friday- Saturday April 11-12, 2014
I think the exploitative part was having the teen with Downs Syndrome bring the gun in and accidentally fire it off. I could go into an analysis to justify why that plot point makes sense but Glee doesn't expound its story arcs so I don't need to either.
Sue became a cartoon- but- does her leaving the school mean she's leaving the show...Rachel and Kurt left- but are still on the show....It would be best for Jane's career to leave- the show has jumped the shark and may well take her down with it- getting out now is the best thing she could do.
Major spoilers from E! regrading Klaine and casting news. Talk about going from 0 to 60, and I can't wait to see how this plays out... in just two episodes.
^Right? Those two guest stars will be forgotten regardless. I think this show will be renewed, FOX doesn't have that many options nowadays. Now will it be a full season or just half to wrap up everything is the question.
Has anyone heard about upcoming Fox shows?
To be honest, can Fox really do better than Glee right now? I see them renewing it honestly or at the very least throwing them 12 episodes.
I'm looking forward to new pilots, The Following seems to be doing well for them as well as Touch.
Keep in mind, they renewed The Mindy Project, I have a feeling they know what's up as far as biting the bullet.
The latest Glee episode had it's share of ups and downs. I'll start with the Ups:
Yay to seeing Coach Roz back! I have to give credit to Glee on calling out how stupid last week's plot with Sue and her gun lie was.
Great to see Puck back again too. I get the feeling that this was an attempt to get a "Finn & Puck Go To College" spin-off. I'm here for that.
Also nice to see Shelby back. About time Glee plucked her out the Limbo that both Quinn and Sue's babies are currently inhabiting along with Karofsky, Rick Astley Jr...I mean, Rory, and Sugar.
Now for the bad:
Mr. Shue is back. I don't know which is worse, Angry Douchebag Will or Cloyingly Earnest Will. Also, how did Marley not see him when she was talking about her songs? He was standing 10 feet away in front of her! The auditorium wasn't that poorly lit!
Now I hate Kitty with the fury of a thousand Suns again.
Seriously, Glee? You handle the post gun aftermath with Tina dressing in steampunk and Sam doing some dumb twin routine? SERIOUSLY?
Also - no forward momentum on Ryder's catfishing? Fuck you with a rusty linoleum knife, Glee.
No Santana for 2 straight episodes? I'M DYING HERE, GLEE! I need my recommended daily allowance of Latina bitch or i'll get rickets, or scurvy, or something!
Last night's episode was whack.
Well, given that it was renewed through season six...hopefully Murphy bails and some actual writing is brought to the show through the next two seasons.
'Glee' Renewed for Fifth & Sixth Seasons!
More of Becky's British accent?
I dunno why Fox renewed it for TWO seasons. I think season 5 will be a hot mess, more so than usual, and the show will bomb as a result. You can't juggle all these characters without "killing them off".
As for last night's episode? Eh. Why do they keep giving Marley the spotlight? She's quite mediocre. Speaking of inconsistent stories, glad Ryder is over the whole catfish thing.
If Rachel gets cast in Broadway, I am done with this show. If she does get cast, I hope her performance is panned by critics because we don't need that in Glee.
Wow @ two more seasons, didn't expect that and clearly FOX has no other options.
Last night's show was a filler riddled with continuity errors, much like season 4 as a whole.
Can't believe it's been renewed. They should have just cancelled it.
I expected one more season for sure, but a 6th season is really pushing it.
Such a bland episode.
I couldn't get my mind off you all day.
This episode made me realize I don't like it anymore. Dear God, they brought back that fucking Journey song.
Not only has it been renewed- it's been renewed for 2 seasons!!!!
I expected Fox to give them a truncated 5th season just to tie up loose ends but you are probably right gemini. Fox probably has no other shows to fill in that hour time slot but if I were a TV exec, I would take each show on a season-by-season basis.
Just read that Glee is the 2nd most profitable show on Fox.
Say hello to season 9.
Random aside: I hate the fact that you're a Yankee fan but I take solace in the fact that at least you are not a Mets fan.
Of course it was renewed. The show pulls in the $$ with single sales. That said, latest episode was stupid. Especially the Sam thing.
^^^Aren't iTunes sales down tremendously from previous seasons? I remember glee singles going top ten easily, but now they struggle to make it top 50 before quickly dropping. For all the musical numbers this season has had I can't seem to recall a single one, except that all of the closing numbers basically consist of them running around in circles and joining hands.
So now I'm reading they plan on extending the school year into season 5 with the newbies. Clearly this is what the show needs.
^I personally hate all the music this season has put out, but it doesn't change the fact that it pulls in enough $$ to make Glee Fox's second most profitable show (first is still Idol).
can they just fire the director, produce, and writer. And just make the next 2 seasons epic good? or just reenact season 1 and 2 again. Pretend the last seasons were all a big dream sequence.
1st photo of Blaine looking at engagement rings for Kurt. What's up with FOX not even trying to keep this story under wraps? Clearly, no engagement is happening at this time.
I can't wait to see how Blaine is convinced marriage is a serious option when they're not currently together, there's been no mention of them keeping in touch after their Valentine's day hook up, Blaine has had a hard on for Sam, and Kurt is (supposedly) dating Adam. Since Kurt only gets two minutes per episode, I would like to see more of his POV because so far it's been the opposite. What Blaine wants, gets, and needs is the focal point to a storyline that Kurt is a prop for. When it's his storyline, he was the one cheated on.
^It hasn't been as bad as season 3 though. Dear God that Christmas episode was still cringeworthy.
I think if they approached Glee as a "soap opera" musical, it would make it much better instead of trying to be a Degrassi musical. If Kurt and Blaine get married, I'm done with the show.
I honestly can't remember when the last time dreadlock Joe was on an episode...