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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaJo;4113254;
    Sue's gown....heehee....
    A friend of a friend designs all of Jane Lynch's awards show outfits. I'll have to ask her if he designed her wedding gown too. It was perfect!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical;4113260;
    A friend of a friend designs all of Jane Lynch's awards show outfits. I'll have to ask her if he designed her wedding gown too. It was perfect!
    It definitely screamed SUE!

    The funniest part for me is the fact that Sue's mother is REALLY a Nazi hunter! I always thought Sue was just making that up. I guess not....
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    Loved last nights show.

    Finn's mother's speech was amazing. I'm so glad that she acknowledged what Kurt did for them and is accepted by them no matter what.

    I honestly do not want to see Kurt leave the school, but I think it is best for him. I have a feeling that the bully would have tried to force himself sexually on Kurt.

    Loved how he told Sue that she was bullying him and chose the name Porcelain
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    Quote Originally Posted by combatcutie;4113466;
    I honestly do not want to see Kurt leave the school, but I think it is best for him. I have a feeling that the bully would have tried to force himself sexually on Kurt.
    I don't either, but I'm sure he'll be back soon.

    Loved how he told Sue that she was bullying him and chose the name Porcelain
    It's sort of in line with Emma saying he looked like an 11 year old milk maid
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical;4113579;
    I don't either, but I'm sure he'll be back soon.

    --I'm sure he'll be back too, as they really have to deal with the fact that the football player is closeting himself to his own detriment, as well as endangering people around him with all that uncontrolled self-loathing and anger.


    It's sort of in line with Emma saying he looked like an 11 year old milk maid
    It's also appropriate, given that Kurt's last name comes from the producers thinking Chris Colfer bore a remarkable resemblance to a Hummel figurine.

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    Last night's show was the best episode of Glee ever! I loved every second and I actually teared up a little during..well, about 20 minutes!

    Clever, funny, entertaining and sweet--that was Glee last night!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tilden;4113587;
    It's also appropriate, given that Kurt's last name comes from the producers thinking Chris Colfer bore a remarkable resemblance to a Hummel figurine.
    I totally forgot about that part!
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    OM effin G -- am I the ONLY one who's been in a community theater production of "Wonderful Town" who remembers firsthand that idiotic song that goes "why, oh why, oh why-o? Why did I ever leave Ohio?" Brilliant and oh-so-lame at all the same time!

    BTW -- yes, I was in that stupid play based on the much-better "My Sister Eileen." And yes, I was thrilled (in an idiotic sort of way) to hear that song again, if, for nothing else, to remind me of those oh-so-fun midwestern community theater days, in which one could be terribly mediocre and still be a "star."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellen;4113874;
    OM effin G -- am I the ONLY one who's been in a community theater production of "Wonderful Town" who remembers firsthand that idiotic song that goes "why, oh why, oh why-o? Why did I ever leave Ohio?" Brilliant and oh-so-lame at all the same time!
    It's not the best song ever, but I loved the duet with Carol and Jane. Neither of them can do any wrong in my eyes.

    BTW -- yes, I was in that stupid play based on the much-better "My Sister Eileen." And yes, I was thrilled (in an idiotic sort of way) to hear that song again, if, for nothing else, to remind me of those oh-so-fun midwestern community theater days, in which one could be terribly mediocre and still be a "star."
    It's sort of like Waiting for Guffman!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical;4113890;
    ...It's sort of like Waiting for Guffman!
    Mmmm - yup!
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