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am i the only one who thought this episode was really rushed?

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Yeah im glad the show finally gave Dianna Agron material that displayed her talent and also diving deeper into Quinn's character when she told Rachel she would be a star and she would be left in the same town :( MORE QUINN!

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Everybody seems to love it, so what don't I get about this episode? This was the worst episode of the entire series, and that's saying something (one word: Acafellas).

The original songs? From predictable (both songs at Regionals) to stupid (everything else, but I give them the fact they were supposed to be). I felt as uncomfortable about "Trouty Mouth" as Sam did. Cruel is the only word that comes to mind. Making fun of something Sam can't change is just as wrong as any cruelty about race, sexual orientation, etc. on the show.

The love scenes (including, no, especially, Blaine/Kurt): forced. Thoroughly. Are we really supposed to believe that Blaine finally fell for Kurt because he sang Blackbird - hardly even tangentially related to the death of the bird? And are we really supposed to believe that anything BUT Finn/Rachel is going to happen?

Kathy Griffin? Not funny. How much did she pay Glee to let her continue her Palin vendetta?

In fact, the only thing halfway believable about this episode was New Directions winning. After all, their songs were less offensive to both the left ("Jesus Is My Friend?" Oh, come on. Even Sue isn't that nuts.) and to midwestern judges/crowd who would be shuddering at a love duet between two high school guys. Blandness wins the day, just as it would have in Ohio high school politics. Yee hah.

If I were Murphy/Falchuk, I'd seriously consider an episode where Finn wakes up and everything after his parents' wedding (a near-perfect episode) is just a bad dream. Then we could get on with the romances that we all know are going to finally come to fruition (Finn/Rachel, Will/Emma, and yes, even without "Blackbird," Blaine/Kurt) and the ones that SHOULD but probably won't (Sam/Quinn, Brittany/Artie) and let them continue to develop without the "plot twists" that aren't that twisty.

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I love love love love the Klaine Kiss!!!!!!!!!!

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loved Kurt and Blaine! also loved the songs, all great

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WOW, Lea is AMAZING!
Compared to the nonsense this season, I take the all-about-rachel-days from season 1 back any day!

Also liked the short Brittany/Santana scene. Last week was too much too fast, but if they play the story out more carefully I love it.

Kurt/Blaine - Awwww...

As for Quinn, I hold my judgement for now. I just hope they plan on giving her more screentime and FINALLY adress her issues about giving up her baby!!! The insecurity in this ep was a good start to get more into her character, so we'll have to wait and see....

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This episode was amazing.My number one favorite thing?THE KLAINE KISS! I also liked loser like me and raise your glass.On a side note,I loved seeing more of Quinn's bitchy side.I hope Klaine is together forever!

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It's a great episode after a series of 5 crappy ones. It's like fillers up to here. Where is Vocal Adrenalin?
And the scene where Rachel sings, Finn looks at her, and Quinn at Finn. Is that a little tribute to "Dawson's creek" prom queen scene? Just saying

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I LOVED, loved, loved this episode. The original songs...Klaine kiss (swoon)...Rachel made me cry - TWICE. Would have called it flawless except for Kathy Griffin. She was incredibly offensive. Did not expect to see such blatant and totally false, leftist propaganda in my favorite show. ;(

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Rachles solo made me cry. Best song I have heard all yea and I loved Hell to the No. Dont really care too much for Mercedes( Im still upset that she played Frankenferter instead of John Stamos) but she sang the song magnificently. Loved Kurt and Blaine,loved their songs.Found myself fast forwarding past the whole Rachel-Finn-Quinn triangle and I thought that at least the stripper-turned-judge was funny,because "she needed a place to stay".
Plus we got us some Sue Sylvester. She has been conspiculously absent since losing the Cheerios and I have found myself missing her."Consider this the opening salvo of World War Sue:.Classic

Overall, the best episode of the season so far,with the wedding episode a close second.Best show on television




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