History DethroningMoment / Glee

28th Mar '18 1:05:12 PM CumbersomeFledgling
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Being part of something [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck sucky]] makes it sucky.

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Being part of something [[WhatTheHellHero sucky]] makes it sucky. And unfortunately for Sue Sylvester, Will Schuester and New Directions, that statement is true, because even a show where every episode is a MusicalEpisode can make a few [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck sucky]] makes it sucky.shocking and cringe-worthy accidents]] every now and then.
28th Oct '17 1:14:20 PM nombretomado
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* @/HawkOfCoul: The final blow... erasing a character's existence in 'Big Brother', not even mentioning [[StraightGay Dave Karofsky]] after he had an important plotline in the earlier two episodes that was left hanging so we could suffer through... erm, [[SarcasmMode enjoy]] Blaine's utter murder of ChristinaAguilera's 'Fighter' and whine about The One Time his brother stole his Action Man. From then on, it was clear that this show was not going to be Glee anymore. No, it was gonna be 'Blee', where everybody shills on how [[CreatorsPet Blaine is the bestest person who ever lived and is justified even when he]] [[YourCheatingHeart cheats on his long-suffering boyfriend]] because [[ItsAllAboutMe he felt Kurt hadn't paid enough attention to him]], and blaming him for it, then starts becoming creepier by the second, culminating in [[WhatAnIdiot a proposal]] in order to get his boyfriend back into his clutches... [[FreudianSlip erm]], I meant arms forever. ''Series/{{Glee}}'' is seriously claiming that [[InsaneTrollLogic the worse your boyfriend is, the more he loves you]]!

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* @/HawkOfCoul: The final blow... erasing a character's existence in 'Big Brother', not even mentioning [[StraightGay Dave Karofsky]] after he had an important plotline in the earlier two episodes that was left hanging so we could suffer through... erm, [[SarcasmMode enjoy]] Blaine's utter murder of ChristinaAguilera's Music/ChristinaAguilera's 'Fighter' and whine about The One Time his brother stole his Action Man. From then on, it was clear that this show was not going to be Glee anymore. No, it was gonna be 'Blee', where everybody shills on how [[CreatorsPet Blaine is the bestest person who ever lived and is justified even when he]] [[YourCheatingHeart cheats on his long-suffering boyfriend]] because [[ItsAllAboutMe he felt Kurt hadn't paid enough attention to him]], and blaming him for it, then starts becoming creepier by the second, culminating in [[WhatAnIdiot a proposal]] in order to get his boyfriend back into his clutches... [[FreudianSlip erm]], I meant arms forever. ''Series/{{Glee}}'' is seriously claiming that [[InsaneTrollLogic the worse your boyfriend is, the more he loves you]]!
23rd Apr '17 1:43:44 PM motherfickle
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** Motherfickle: It was somewhat of a middle finger to those of us who loved Blaine, too. We had been asking for his backstory ever since he hinted that his dad was not accepting of his sexuality in "Sexy", so we were excited to finally get something when "Big Brother" rolled around. But nope. We got a character who hadn't even been mentioned previously, not single hint about why there was such a big age difference between them, and a generic "sibling rivalry" plot in an episode that was not well timed at all. As much as I enjoyed Cooper as a character and the tiny insight into Blaine's home life that he gave, I honestly wanted better than what I got.


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* Motherfickle: I could rant about the entirety of Season 6 for days at a time, but I'll stick specifically with "A Wedding". What a shitshow that was. Not only did they get fans' hope that would finally delve into Blaine's backstory up by casting his mother only for her to not have a single line in the episode or any kind of actual formal introduction at all, but they threw the long anticipated Kurt/Blaine wedding in with the Britanny/Santana wedding for no reason. Even worse, they did it after establishing that the reason Kurt and Blaine had originally broken off their engagement was because they had rushed into it and weren't truly ready. The buildup for their reunion had been so good until this episode, but they rushed it and wasted all character development that went with it.
15th Jun '16 8:20:14 AM Berrenta
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5th Jun '16 3:57:55 PM nombretomado
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* @/MacPhisto: The much anticipated "[[TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Rocky Horror]] Series/{{Glee}} [[TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Show]]" in general for [[{{Bowdlerise}} many]], [[MoralGuardians many]] reasons. But special mention goes to the BrokenAesop at the end, which came with many UnfortunateImplications (it's okay to be different, just as long as you don't do it in a way where normal people can see you).
** bobdrantz: I also disliked the "[[RockyHorrorPictureShow Rocky Horror]] Glee Show". However, my reason for disliking it is because it's quite possibly the worst "tribute" (inasmuch as it barely has the right to be called one) for one of the biggest cult films of all time. For one thing, the casting is all wrong--among other things, [[VillainousCrossdresser Frank N. Furter]] is played by a [[GenderFlip female]], with no attempt to make her look androgynous, and her acting was bad. Second, the song lyrics are so [[{{Bowdlerize}} heavily edited]] as to lose anything resembling a point.

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* @/MacPhisto: The much anticipated "[[TheRockyHorrorPictureShow "[[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Rocky Horror]] Series/{{Glee}} [[TheRockyHorrorPictureShow [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Show]]" in general for [[{{Bowdlerise}} many]], [[MoralGuardians many]] reasons. But special mention goes to the BrokenAesop at the end, which came with many UnfortunateImplications (it's okay to be different, just as long as you don't do it in a way where normal people can see you).
** bobdrantz: I also disliked the "[[RockyHorrorPictureShow "[[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Rocky Horror]] Glee Show". However, my reason for disliking it is because it's quite possibly the worst "tribute" (inasmuch as it barely has the right to be called one) for one of the biggest cult films of all time. For one thing, the casting is all wrong--among other things, [[VillainousCrossdresser Frank N. Furter]] is played by a [[GenderFlip female]], with no attempt to make her look androgynous, and her acting was bad. Second, the song lyrics are so [[{{Bowdlerize}} heavily edited]] as to lose anything resembling a point.
18th Mar '16 10:14:15 PM JoSilv
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** @/JoSilv: I couldn't agree with this any more. What's even worse is at a convention, a fan addressed the cast and creator Ryan Murphy about this very issue and both Murphy AND Chris Colfer DEFENDED Kurt, saying "We all make mistakes when young and in love". Very true, but the lengths Kurt goes to try and force a relationship is downright disturbing and could very well have gotten a restraining order pulled against him. This troper might have found SOME small solace or found some salvation for this episode if the episode's tone had any hint of a feeling that Finn wasn't completely and entirely in the wrong. Instead, the episode leaves Finn having to be the one having to prove himself to Kurt. It ends up feeling like a hollow "give them what they want" gesture when the next season gives a couple short scenes of Finn and Kurt's father telling him that he went too far in his pursuit, with Kurt STILL insisting Finn was in the wrong.
30th Sep '15 4:02:23 AM LahmacunKebab
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** @/NumberOfTheDalek: Even worse was that the episode culminated in them finally having sex. Don't get me wrong, I'm actually gay myself, but throughout the episode we watch Kurt consider his options (if he had any) about consummating his relationship with Blaine for once and for all, and even the attempted Rape Is OK When It's Male On Male bit he has he decency to shove Blaine off, but finally agreeing to do it for the first time just showed that Kurt is exactly who his detractors are -- a helpless Queenie bitch who only exists as a slave to Blaine.

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** @/NumberOfTheDalek: Even worse was that the episode culminated in them finally having sex. Don't get me wrong, I'm actually gay myself, but throughout the episode we watch Kurt consider his options (if he had any) about consummating his relationship with Blaine for once and for all, and even the attempted Rape Is OK When It's Male On Male bit he has he the decency to shove Blaine off, but finally agreeing to do it for the first time just showed that Kurt is exactly who his detractors are -- a helpless Queenie bitch who only exists as a slave to Blaine.
30th Sep '15 4:00:28 AM LahmacunKebab
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* @/HawkOfCoul: The final blow... erasing a character's existence in 'Big Brother', not even mentioning [[StraightGay Dave Karofsky]] after he had an important plotline in the earlier two episodes that was left hanging so we could suffer through... erm, [[SarcasmMode enjoy]] Blaine's utter murder of ChristinaAguilera's 'Fighter' and whine about TheOneTime his brother stole his Action Man. From then on, it was clear that this show was not going to be Glee anymore. No, it was gonna be 'Blee', where everybody shills on how [[CreatorsPet Blaine is the bestest person who ever lived and is justified even when he]] [[YourCheatingHeart cheats on his long-suffering boyfriend]] because [[ItsAllAboutMe he felt Kurt hadn't paid enough attention to him]], and blaming him for it, then starts becoming creepier by the second, culminating in [[WhatAnIdiot a proposal]] in order to get his boyfriend back into his clutches... [[FreudianSlip erm]], I meant arms forever. ''Series/{{Glee}}'' is seriously claiming that [[InsaneTrollLogic the worse your boyfriend is, the more he loves you]]!
** @/NumberOfTheDalek: Even worse was that the episode culminated in them finally having sex. Don't get me wrong, I'm actually gay myself, but throughout the episode we watch Kurt consider his options (if he had any) about consummating his relationship with Blaine for once and for all, and even the attempted RapeIsOKWhenItsMaleOnMale bit he has he decency to shove Blaine off, but finally agreeing to do it for the first time just showed that Kurt is exactly who his detractors are -- a helpless Queenie bitch who only exists as a slave to Blaine.

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* @/HawkOfCoul: The final blow... erasing a character's existence in 'Big Brother', not even mentioning [[StraightGay Dave Karofsky]] after he had an important plotline in the earlier two episodes that was left hanging so we could suffer through... erm, [[SarcasmMode enjoy]] Blaine's utter murder of ChristinaAguilera's 'Fighter' and whine about TheOneTime The One Time his brother stole his Action Man. From then on, it was clear that this show was not going to be Glee anymore. No, it was gonna be 'Blee', where everybody shills on how [[CreatorsPet Blaine is the bestest person who ever lived and is justified even when he]] [[YourCheatingHeart cheats on his long-suffering boyfriend]] because [[ItsAllAboutMe he felt Kurt hadn't paid enough attention to him]], and blaming him for it, then starts becoming creepier by the second, culminating in [[WhatAnIdiot a proposal]] in order to get his boyfriend back into his clutches... [[FreudianSlip erm]], I meant arms forever. ''Series/{{Glee}}'' is seriously claiming that [[InsaneTrollLogic the worse your boyfriend is, the more he loves you]]!
** @/NumberOfTheDalek: Even worse was that the episode culminated in them finally having sex. Don't get me wrong, I'm actually gay myself, but throughout the episode we watch Kurt consider his options (if he had any) about consummating his relationship with Blaine for once and for all, and even the attempted RapeIsOKWhenItsMaleOnMale Rape Is OK When It's Male On Male bit he has he decency to shove Blaine off, but finally agreeing to do it for the first time just showed that Kurt is exactly who his detractors are -- a helpless Queenie bitch who only exists as a slave to Blaine.
30th Sep '15 2:39:57 AM LahmacunKebab
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* @/{{Capretty}}: "Brittany/Britney". The episode was the first sign of ''Series/{{Glee}}'' revealing they only cared about commercialism now. The episode only came about because Power of Madonna had been a success the last season. The episode had a successful music video of Sue Sylvester doing Vogue so they decided to do three music videos within the first half hour for hope at another meme, including a recreation of the Iconic "...Baby One More Time" video, this time starring their lead actress. Oh, and did I mention that these three videos had nothing to do with plot and were unbelievably boring. Meanwhile they were also just trying to get more memes by pushing Brittany to the foreground since her dialogue tends to be a FountainOfMemes. However they gave her so many funny lines that after awhile you just don't care anymore. It's a real shame since her actress is very talented and is trying so hard for her character not to be driven into the ground. Meanwhile the subplots revolving around the Finn/Rachel and Will/Emma romances make Rachel and Will so unlikable it equals a huge case of WhatDoesSheSeeInHim for both Finn and Emma.

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* @/{{Capretty}}: "Brittany/Britney". The episode was the first sign of ''Series/{{Glee}}'' revealing they only cared about commercialism now. The episode only came about because Power of Madonna had been a success the last season. The episode had a successful music video of Sue Sylvester doing Vogue so they decided to do three music videos within the first half hour for hope at another meme, including a recreation of the Iconic "... Baby One More Time" video, this time starring their lead actress. Oh, and did I mention that these three videos had nothing to do with plot and were unbelievably boring. Meanwhile they were also just trying to get more memes by pushing Brittany to the foreground since her dialogue tends to be a FountainOfMemes. However they gave her so many funny lines that after awhile you just don't care anymore. It's a real shame since her actress is very talented and is trying so hard for her character not to be driven into the ground. Meanwhile the subplots revolving around the Finn/Rachel and Will/Emma romances make Rachel and Will so unlikable it equals a huge case of WhatDoesSheSeeInHim for both Finn and Emma.
1st Sep '15 2:54:27 AM Kitchen90
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