Also, I love Glee. Let’s just put that on the table right now, okay? I love the music, the characters, the clothing, the one-liners (“You crap on my leg, I’ll cut it off!”)
A) Why is Will Schuester on the road to becoming my least favorite character to ever be on TV ever? Seriously. BOUNDARIES, Will. Get some. STAT. Pity-kissing Coach Bieste? That was so ridiculously inappropriate, I don’t even have the words. Why was that necessary? The scene could have been so great, so important, so touching…without Will crossing a boundary he has no business crossing.
B) Playing the stereotype? Why does Dave the football jock jerk bully *have* to be gay and closeted, or at least, confused about his sexuality? Why couldn’t they just make him the football jock jerk bully? Making him confused is taking the easy way out, something I wouldn’t think Glee would do. It’s usually a show that likes to push boundaries and think outside the box.
These weird plot issues aside, I have to say, THIS was all kinds of good and creepy at the same time (Slo-mo much?)
and I love that Kurt is finally getting some goodness in his life. He is a ridiculously fabulous character and it’s time that he gets a little happy into his life. (Also, he needs an Emmy.)
Best line of the night? “With those abs, you could be my very own Situation.”
Also, there was not enough Sue Sylvester, Rachel Berry, and Emma Pillsbury in this episode. I’m just saying.