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It’s also important to note that a lot of older people who are uncomfortable with homosexuality will refer to someone’s partner as their “friend.” When she says Kurt is a “good friend” to Blaine, she’s trying to support Blaine but distance Kurt. Kurt calls her out on it.
Reblogging again for the great commentary.
- Snix (oh, how I have missed that nickname!)
- Sam plays guitar.
- Kurt is better than just being everyone’s cheerleader and handholder.
- To explain why Dani and Elliot suddenly disappeared off the face of the Earth.
- Kurt+pulling focus
- Kurt is a countertenor
- The Fauxhuahua
Fact: Glee is the Rachel Berry show. Fact: any complaints that some characters don’t get screen time get shot down with the explanation that Glee is an ensemble show and no one can possibly get special treatment. Fact: Rachel Berry is not just anyone and does, indeed, deserve special treatment.
Nothing embodies Glee’s “give Blaine everything without him ever having to work for it” mentality better than the fact that he was handed a spot at NYADA without viewers ever seeing him audition and THEN was given special permission to skip classes so that he could enroll in Kurt’s.
I mean, yeah, you can adore Blaine all you want, but it’s canon that this shit happens.
I’ve been doing some thinking (and some discussing) why that would be and here is my thought.
Last summer, Cory Monteith died and Glee was left to figure out what it would do with out one of its stars. They started season 5 by taking 13 episodes to bring to a close the version of Glee that starred Cory Monteith. That’s why we heard Finn last in the choir room, and that’s why 5x13 felt like a series finale. It was the series finale of Finn’s Glee.
5x14 is the start of a new show and, whatever happens going forward, that’s what it’ll be (whether they go back to Lima or not, I think).
I agree with this.
I felt like tonight’s episode was Glee going:
"If you want to stop here, that’s fine. Here’s what’s going to happen. Santana and Brittany are going to run away together. Quinn and Puck are together. Rachel is going to conquer Broadway, and nothing is going to stop her. Artie and Sam are going to take New York by storm, and Tina’s going to get into her university of choice. The three of them plus Blaine are going to always be friends. Kurt and Blaine are going to get married and have two children via Quinn. Kurt and Mercedes will always be friends. Will’s going to teach Vocal Adrenaline. The newbies are going to still be friends after this, and they’re going to be okay. Finn’s not going to be forgotten. If you want to stop the train and get off, now is the time to do it.
…But if you want to stay on and watch the epilogue, to see how they get to that point, boy do we have something ready for you.”
I’ve been very careful to maintain all of them ever since… like sticking to certain mannerisms in certain situations, keeping certain facial expressions, and, yeah, clapping in a particular way. It’s just kinda one of those silly actor things that despite itself, whether successful or not, has helped me stay in character.
This one time I was watching an episode at home, I caught a quick shot of Blaine NOT clapping “a la Blaine” … and I was so mad at myself! I didn’t understand how that could’ve possibly happened.
can tumblr find where is Blaine not clapping a la Blaine? I’m so curious now that he mentioned that