What a sassy episode!
Well, my hat’s off to the Glee writers for winning back my interest in any of the characters. I actually care about Santana now.
Also, I think what Finn did in outing Santana in front of the whole school was really messed up. Some may say she deserved it because she is such a sassy bitch to everyone, but outing a person is totally different than calling them a whale or an ass-less J-Lo.
Hopefully others will join me in my campaign against Finn as a character. Santana’s jab about him having to stand behind Rachel the rest of his life was really on the nose and I thank the Glee writers for creating a strong female character who will stand up to this obnoxious weenie of a boy.
I know that the only reason the writers created The Troubletones was so that in episode 6 they could refer to the rift in groups as ‘World War Glee’, but I honestly hope they never reunite. The people in the New Directions are awful, and by people I mean Rachel, Finn and Quinn.
This is the episode where everybody stops putting up with other people’s shit. Shelby finally puts Quinn in her place and I couldn’t be happy. From the get-go, Quinn’s character has been a giant baby. I understand getting pregnant in high school is extremely difficult and it humbled her for like a minute, but post-baby she became even worse than she was as a Cheerio. I can’t help but think Quinn will be even more obnoxious in future episodes because of Shelby’s newfound balls.
The Sue vs. Burt campaign is getting dirtier as is the campaign for Senior class president, because the kids always have to copy what the adults are doing. One day, they will grow up and make decisions on their own, but until then, they follow Sue’s example.
Sue says Burt has a baboon heart, which I don’t even think is a possible transplant option, and Brittany says she will ban tornados. Way to play these characters to the height of their intelligence!
My favorite part of the episode was the sparse use of Mr. Shu.
Glee writers, you are on the right track. Don’t screw this up!
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