Seriously? Glee. You have thirteen fucking episodes left, is it really that hard to give the two fans you have left a season they might fucking enjoy?
Because I guarantee that a season comprised of Blaine dating Karofsky, Kurt doing nothing but chasing after Blaine and playing assistant to Rachel, and Rachel being a has-been burnout a year out of high school is going to appeal to abso-fucking nobody.
hotteaandlove replied to your post:Okay, so the spoilers were a fucking disaster but there are a few upsides for me (MAJOR PLOT SPOILERS FOR 601)I’m just remembering that Max Adler is in the show for at least half the season. This shit is gonna get dragged out, and the fans are going to get real crazy!
We don’t really know how many eps he’s in. THR said “at least” 4 and MJ said half the season or something but Glee is notorious for hiring people and then not using all their eps. They did it with Dot last year even. And even if they do have him in 6 eps it’s entirely possible he could get the Dani treatment and barely be seen in some of the eps.
hotteaandlove replied to your post:The timeline is fucking killing me, you guys. Glee…How does Blaine even get chucked out of NYADA within this timeframe? None of this makes any sense! I wonder if the writers care at all any more? I think I know the answer, and I suspect I should be the same - I’m an idiot for caring more than them!
IT MAKES NO SENSE. Especially since it was basically like MAY/JUNE when S5 ended. There is no time for him to get kicked out of NYADA. I don’t know why they didn’t have him just quit. That would have made more sense. But no. Instead he has to be a basket case who falls apart, gets kicked out, THEN hooks up with Kurt’s high school bully. That’s nice.
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i wish more people were awake cause this is SO bad
Some people are going to have a baaaaaad Sunday morning. If it’s as godawful as it sounds I feel bad for Darren and Chris and whoever else has to act out these dumb storylines (with probably atrocious dialog going by Blainofsky’s pet names for each other - GROSS).
imawhat replied to your post:The Misters Berry, though. That shit is fucked up.They can have the kids missing from episodes with no explanation but they have to split those two up it’s enraging.
It’s like they asked themselves what’s the maximum amount of damage we can do, and then went from there. Thank god it wasn’t Burt and Carole (though they’ll probably be next).grbggrl replied to your post:The Misters Berry, though. That shit is fucked up.Right?! Where the hell is that coming from? Other than not being able to afford Jeff Goldblum. But just like, mention he’s away or something. We dont have to see him!
Just say he’s taking out the trash, or out bowling with Sugar and Joe. Or, as pointed out above, just say nothing! It’s never been a problem before.
Chris though. Dude obviously hates having his character’s story be entirely about the relationship and the final 13 episodes are going to be all about him literally leaving NYC to chase after Blaine. He’s gotta be furious.
#what even is femininity i mean #words and gender are tricky things #(and also note this is all in hs so) #(did new york change anything?) #(well if so that’s interesting!) #anyway #so many sides #<3 (via the-multicorn)
Interesting indeed. I think New York, and just growing up, did have an impact. His girls are still his girls. He still ends up with them in 5x20 to talk to Mercedes. But he doesn’t group himself with them nearly as strongly as he once did.
There’s so much more ease with the boys (the bros, even) in the post-high-school era. Some of it has to do with those boys, who aren’t twitchy and immature and uncomfortable around Kurt the way they might have been in high school. They’re more welcoming to him.
And part of it is Kurt, himself. In New York, he’s able to grow into his own skin in a whole new way. In high school, he knew who he was but he wore it like an armor, keeping himself separate as a means of self-protection (very often with bolder fashion in many layers). In New York, he’s more at ease. He doesn’t need to be as bold or keep himself as separate. Fewer layers, easier body language with other people. And more settled in his masculinity, I think. It may or may not look like someone else’s idea of masculinity, but it doesn’t matter anymore. He owns who he is.
a list of some movie musicals, musicals filmed live, animated musicals, and anything of the type
- across the universe (2007)
- aladdin (1992)
- all that jazz (1979)
- an american in paris (1951)
- annie (1982)
- annie get your gun (1950)
- cabaret (1972)
- cats (1998)
- chicago (2002)
- chitty chitty bang bang (1968)
- a chorus line (1985)
- company (with the new york philharmonic) (2011)
- hair (1979)
- hairspray (2007)
- hedwig and the angry inch (2001)
- hello, dolly! (1969)
- how to succeed is business without really trying (1967)
- legally blonde: the musical (2007)
- les misérables (2012)
- les misérables: 10th anniversary dream cast (1995)
- the lion king (1994)
- little shop of horrors (1986)
- mamma mia! (2008)
- mary poppins (1964)
- meet me in st. louis (1944)
- moulin rouge! (2001)
- mulan (1998)
- my fair lady (1964)
- the phantom of the opera (2004)
- the phantom of the opera: live at the royal albert hall (2011)
- pitch perfect (2012)
- the producers (2005)
- singin’ in the rain (1952)
- some like it hot (1959)
- the sound of music (1965)
- a star is born (1954)
- sweeney todd: the demon barber of fleet street (2007)
notes: 1) not all of these are movies i have seen. i looked up lists of musicals, good or bad, and put as many as i could find here. 2) if a link is not working please contact me. 3) i have adblockplus installed so i have no idea if there are any annoying ads or popups when you watch these movies, sorry.
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