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    Quote Originally Posted by MFWalkoff View Post
    Perez Hilton was on last night? Looks like I'll have to skip it then.
    He only spoke in one scene and was on camera as a judge in the audience at Nationals. Don't let him keep you from watching. He wasn't on that much.
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    Since Perez has adopted this "kinder gentler" persona it was nice to see a bit of snark in the LiLo scenes.. as much as i Can't stand her (love him) they were good in the parts. I did laugh out loud several times with them. The scenes were well done and not over the top.

    I am glad that the Coach storyline is resolved, and Pucks in involvement was touching.. even if he had no clue. I simply adore Dot-Marie Jones.

    And yes Crit, I had the same thoughts about VA's performance its simply a solo with a lot of back up and fancy dance moves.. no one else has any chance to shine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireWoman View Post
    Since Perez has adopted this "kinder gentler" persona it was nice to see a bit of snark in the LiLo scenes.. as much as i Can't stand her (love him) they were good in the parts. I did laugh out loud several times with them. The scenes were well done and not over the top.

    I am glad that the Coach storyline is resolved, and Pucks in involvement was touching.. even if he had no clue. I simply adore Dot-Marie Jones.

    And yes Crit, I had the same thoughts about VA's performance its simply a solo with a lot of back up and fancy dance moves.. no one else has any chance to shine.
    I stopped reading Perez Hilton because of how unnecessarily nasty he is about people. I just couldn't read it any more. I'm glad for him that he's lost weight, but I think he's gone too far in the other direction. He looks ill now. I want to root for Lindsay, but then I hear stories about how she was over two hours late for shooting on Glee and it's really hard to like her.

    The last Vocal Adrenaline routine I really loved was "Rehab," the first number of theirs that we ever saw. If their routines were still like that, New Directions wouldn't have a chance in hell.

    I enjoyed all the switched characters, but I found Kurt/Finn a bit upsetting. They were almost TOO good at "doing" each other. There was something about seeing Cory Monteith in full Kurt regalia that was so wrong! I thought Lea Michele looked pretty great as Tina.

    It was a win for Mr. Schue and patience this week. So glad he finally got some! I wonder if Emma made him go through some weird bathing ritual before or after....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical View Post

    It was a win for Mr. Schue and patience this week. So glad he finally got some! I wonder if Emma made him go through some weird bathing ritual before or after....
    I was waiting for a "now that we've......." pamphlet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canadian_angel View Post
    I was waiting for a "now that we've......." pamphlet.
    Or one about scary sex germs!

    I love that Finn gets a Chicago glass for them to smash at their wedding and it's a freaking beer mug!

    Santana's apology about yelling during practice: "I have rage." I'll miss her next year if she's gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical View Post
    Or one about scary sex germs!

    I love that Finn gets a Chicago glass for them to smash at their wedding and it's a freaking beer mug!

    Santana's apology about yelling during practice: "I have rage." I'll miss her next year if she's gone.
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    I'm thinking broken foot!
    Or at least some stiches!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical View Post
    He only spoke in one scene and was on camera as a judge in the audience at Nationals. Don't let him keep you from watching. He wasn't on that much.
    And he looks so different now that it took me awhile to figure out who it was... even after they said his name!
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    Has anyone caught an explanation for the extras that seem to be in the choir performances? I have been noticing lately that they have a bunch of extras, usually girls, in the numbers, and it seems so odd. They don't practice with the others and the glee kids are supposed to be outcasts and it's hard to find members for their group, but all of a sudden these extra people show up and know the dance routines and wear the costumes and perform, but we never heard a word about them. I don't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarryElf View Post
    Has anyone caught an explanation for the extras that seem to be in the choir performances? I have been noticing lately that they have a bunch of extras, usually girls, in the numbers, and it seems so odd. They don't practice with the others and the glee kids are supposed to be outcasts and it's hard to find members for their group, but all of a sudden these extra people show up and know the dance routines and wear the costumes and perform, but we never heard a word about them. I don't get it.
    Ive noticed this several times--I just chalk it up to the unexplainable like situations on Desperate Housewives.

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