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Hey, I’m Finally Blogging About Glee Again! Weird.

Hello. My name is Beth. And I have a confession to make: Honestly, this is the first time all season that I’ve actually even wanted to blog about Glee.

That’s right. Season 3 sucks. I hate it. I miss Season 2. I want the Warblers back. I want Darren Criss in sporty blazers back. I miss last season. But tonight’s Season 3, Episode *: “Hold on to Sixteen.” Now? Finally, I think I’m in love again.

– Sam is back. And he has a personality this time! He’s like … not ten times more boring a random bump on a log. I approve of this change. (Also: Gosh he’s pretty. Did I mention he’s really pretty? I missed his face.)

– And apparently, one of the terms of allowing Chord Overstreet back on Glee is that he’s contractually obligated to be shirtless for a prearranged amount of time each episode. (Just pointing it out. Not complaining. Let’s be clear.)

– Oh, and Blaine is a boxer, apparently? He even started a branch of Fight Club while still back at Dalton. (Which naturally, he couldn’t talk about. Which is why we haven’t heard about it until now. Obviously.)

– Tina Cohen-Chang completely underused on this show. We never see her. Also, Jenna Ushkowitz has like the hottest boyfriend on the face of the planet ever. (He that one vampire/werewolf hybrid guy on The Vampire Diaries. No, not that one. The other one.)

I. Love. Damian McGinty. He is the cutest little kid ever and he needs to be on this show a lot longer than 6 episodes.

– Lindsay Pearce is amazing. I’m really sad that tonight is her last episode.

– I really want the Troubletones to win sectionals. They’re not going to. But I want them to.

– Scratch that. I want New Directions to win now. Loved their first song. Also? Samcedes is adorable. Somebody get them back together, stat.

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Posted by on December 6, 2011 in Glee

 

Glee Season 2 Finale: Finchel, Klaine and Samcedes … Oh, My!

Glee‘s season 2 finale tonight was awesome, as expected. The cast frolicked around New York City. Kurt and Rachel sang Wicked on a Broadway stage. There was a Patty LuPone cameo. New Directions took 12th place (out of 50) at Nationals. Finn and Rachel kissed.

This stuff is Glee finale awesomeness at it’s best.

But is it weird, then, that my favorite part of the entire episode actually happened once everybody was back home in Ohio?

It was barely even a five minute scene, but it was wonderful: Blaine said “I love you” to Kurt. And Kurt said “I love you” back. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on May 25, 2011 in Glee

 

Glee Had a Funeral. And It Was Sad. (But Not Heartbreaking.)

The TV gossip world has been aflutter for weeks now with the news that Glee was killing someone off. The character was supposed to be beloved, and their death was teased as a game-changer that would rock the world of someone at McKinley High … and forever change the dynamic of the show.

The news left me pretty legitimately freaking out as I imagined which beloved character would be biting the dust. My initial guess was that Glee was killing off Kurt’s dad, who had a heart attack earlier this season. Then I thought it could be adorable guidance counselor Emma Pillsbury, since her death would have devastated poor Will.

At one point, I was even preparing myself for the loss of Blaine. (Hey, the spoilers said the death was unexpected, and that it was going to shatter us. Plus, remember all the talk that Blaine had been getting too much screentime this season? His death would certainly solve that problem real quick.) Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on May 18, 2011 in Glee

 

Drama Abounds in Glee’s “Prom Queen”

Disclaimer: Any sort of maturity I may usually possess has gone completely out the window for tonight’s Glee recap. I focus way too much on cute boys, use WAY TOO MANY capital letters, and otherwise act far too much like a 14-year-old child. Consider yourself warned.

I’ll start my recap of “Prom Queen” with three simple words:

Jonathan.
Freaking.
Groff.

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Posted by on May 11, 2011 in Glee

 

Glee‘s Epic 90 Minute Long “Born This Way”

The first 30 minutes of Glee were a little slow getting started, but the last hour was absolutely fantastic. So did the entire show need to be 90 minutes? Probably not. But I’m still pretty glad that it was.

“Born This Way” was all about loving yourself for who you are – faults, imperfections, and all.

Rachel wants a nose job, so that her cute little Jewish self can look more like 17-year-old Barbie doll incarnate Quinn Fabray. Turns out, however, that Quinn Fabray only looks like Quinn Fabray because she herself bleached her hair, got a nose job, and went on a crazy crash diet.

Moral of the story? Nobody naturally looks like Barbie. So stop trying to. (Plus, Barbie is totally plastic and looks kind of creepy anyway.)

Another plot twist you totally didn’t see coming: Santana and Karofsky are dating! Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on April 26, 2011 in Glee

 

Video Preview: Glee‘s Warblers Sing “Somewhere Only We Know”

WARNING: This post contains SPOILERS for next week’s Glee. DO NOT read this (or watch the video) if you don’t like spoilers.

And be warned. If you are a diehard Kurt/Blaine/Warblers fan (like I am), then these are definitely the most spoileriest of spoilers.

The video below is a clip from “Born This Way,” the 90-minute long Glee extravaganza airing April 26. It shows the Warblers performing Keane’s “Somewhere Only We Know” in the courtyard of McKinley high school during the April 26 episode of Glee.

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Posted by on April 21, 2011 in Glee

 

Glee Neglects the Warblers; I Neglect My Ability to Care About Glee

Armed with the title “A Night of Neglect,” tonight’s Glee was designed specifically with the goal of showcasing the talent of all it’s under-used and under-appreciated characters.

It was an episode for Glee‘s neglected. Background performers like Tina, Mike, and Mercedes finally got their well-deserved moment in the spotlight, while attention hogs like Rachel Berry and Blaine Anderson were forced to keep uncharacteristically silent.

This all sounded good in theory. And I was fully on board with this new arrangement … until I realized it would translate into almost no screen time for Darren Criss.

A Night of Neglect? Um, not if we’re neglecting the Warblers! I mean yeah, they’re over-used. And they are totally detracting from my ability to pay attention to any of Glee‘s actual main characters. So I realize why it’s wise to take a break from them. Still, that doesn’t make it any easier … Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on April 20, 2011 in Glee