I agree, great episode. Surprised that I really liked the original songs. I loved Kathy Griffin's bit part. The total opposite of her real self.
I definitely like the original songs far more that I thought I would! I was glad that they still kept covers in the mix though!
The Kurt and Blaine storyline was so sweet in this episode. I just love those two!! :biglove
...and I was also :rofl at Brittney's comment about the dirt in her locker!
Just now watching last night's ep. The original songs are hilarious; they brought this episode back to Glee's first-season roots. :clp
I loved everything except Sue's punch at the end. I thought it was totally unnecessary and cheapened an otherwise perfect episode.
Loved Kurt and Blaine!! :yay
I predict him coming back to New Directions, but continuing to date Blaine. That would be awesome.
Loved the episode last night! I had high hopes for the original songs and I was not disappointed. Rachel's song was fantastic and I actually got a little teary when she was singing.
Kurt and Blaine were so adorable in this episode! I loved seeing Kurt finally have someone like him back, he really deserves it after everything that's happened to him this year. I hope they stay together.
Was I the only one who totally cried at the end? lol I know she has done questionable/not so nice things but all Rachel has ever wanted was to be liked and accepted by the Glee club, it was so nice to see it finally happen for her. :biglove:
I'd love to see Kurt transferring back, and Blaine following him not long thereafter, or transferring at the same time. I don't actually mind the (mostly disconnected from the plot) Warblers numbers, but I'd much rather have Blaine and Kurt able to perform regularly with the main cast. I'd also love more chances for Blaine - Rachel duets, since I thought "Don't You Want Me" a couple of episodes back was one of the best numbers this season. They could actually do something pretty interesting plotwise if Blaine joined New Directions and started getting solos and duets with Rachel just before Nationals.
I thought this was a really good episode, too. And I agree with the Sue punch being silly and unnecessary, actually detracting from an otherwise great episode.
I agree about the punch at the end...completely unnecessary. The one thing I was expecting to be much better was Sue's choir. I get that they were pandering to the judges, but I expected much more from Sue, the over achiever.
I was flipping channels a bit last night, so I didn't see either Kathy Griffin or Loretta Devine.
When were they on? Was it a very small scene?