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1st Jun '16 2:02:11 PM puzzidan
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** A minor one when Sue, having claimed the choir room for her Cheerios, is getting rid of everything the New Directions owns. They're shredding posters and sheet music and even getting rid of trophies, and yet the first thing Finn takes back is the plaque of Lillian Adler. He never knew Lillian, so the only reason he gets it is because he knows what it means to Will. He doesn't even put it down whilst fighting over the Nationals trophy with Sue [[note]]baring in mind that Finn is pretty big, and with two hands he probably could have just yanked it off her without any bother[[/note]].
30th May '16 12:52:52 PM Josef5678
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* Kurt's excitement when Blaine reveals that he's transferred to McKinley.

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* Kurt's excitement when Blaine reveals that he's transferred to McKinley.[=McKinley=].



** Kurt, who's clearly not having a good day after the "Run the World (Girls)" flash mob incident with Brittany, is still willing to swallow his pride - something that we've seen Kurt doesn't like to do, and say "You killed your audition, Blaine. If anyone else got Tony, including me, the wrath of Sondheim would descend on William McKinley like a plague of Schubert Alley locusts." Knowing Kurt, that can't be easy for him to say, but he's crazy about Blaine, so he's willing to eat humble pie. The way Blaine buries his face in his roses like the love struck teenager he is is also completely adorable!

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** Kurt, who's clearly not having a good day after the "Run the World (Girls)" flash mob incident with Brittany, is still willing to swallow his pride - something that we've seen Kurt doesn't like to do, and say "You killed your audition, Blaine. If anyone else got Tony, including me, the wrath of Sondheim would descend on William McKinley UsefulNotes/WilliamMcKinley like a plague of Schubert Alley locusts." Knowing Kurt, that can't be easy for him to say, but he's crazy about Blaine, so he's willing to eat humble pie. The way Blaine buries his face in his roses like the love struck teenager he is is also completely adorable!



* In The Purple Piano Project, Blaine transferred to McKinley to be with Kurt, claiming he "couldn't stand to be away from the person he loves". Also, before that in the cafe their heartwarming moment shared together and holding hands.

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* In The Purple Piano Project, Blaine transferred to McKinley [=McKinley=] to be with Kurt, claiming he "couldn't stand to be away from the person he loves". Also, before that in the cafe their heartwarming moment shared together and holding hands.



** Also, Finn being a brother when he gets back to McKinley and, when he sees Blaine, asking him why he did [[YourCheatingHeart that]] to his brother. Particularly the mature way he handled it - he didn't yell or punch him out or confront him in front of people as some brothers (or even Finn in the past) might have, he just asked him, privately, and heard him out. Not that he isn't mad on his brother's behalf, but still, he knows that sometimes people screw up, and seeing Finn not just be a brother but a mature, level headed adult is really nice.

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** Also, Finn being a brother when he gets back to McKinley [=McKinley=] and, when he sees Blaine, asking him why he did [[YourCheatingHeart that]] to his brother. Particularly the mature way he handled it - he didn't yell or punch him out or confront him in front of people as some brothers (or even Finn in the past) might have, he just asked him, privately, and heard him out. Not that he isn't mad on his brother's behalf, but still, he knows that sometimes people screw up, and seeing Finn not just be a brother but a mature, level headed adult is really nice.
16th Nov '15 12:20:33 AM shamblingdead2
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--> I know you're giving her up, but before you do, I think you should name her Beth. If you'll let me, I'd really like to be there when she's born. I'd really like to meet her.
25th Sep '15 2:58:59 AM shamblingdead2
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** All the Puckermans getting together for dinner after MANY years of animosity, and finally admitting the boys' dad is the one they're mad at.
20th Jun '15 7:00:12 AM twilicorn
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** Alex Newell reprising his role as Unique, leading a choir of 100 trans people (including the newly transitioned Bieste) in a rendition of "I Know Where I've Been".
** Rachel and Sam's duet on ''Time After Time'' (itself a nice heartwarming song) hits the right notes as well.

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** Alex Newell reprising his role as Unique, leading a choir of 100 trans people (including the newly transitioned Bieste) in a rendition of [[Theatre/{{Hairspray}} "I Know Where I've Been".
Been"]].
** Rachel and Sam's duet on ''Time ''[[Music/CyndiLauper Time After Time'' Time]]'' (itself a nice heartwarming song) hits the right notes as well.
25th May '15 2:23:46 PM twilicorn
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*** Even more so when you realise those reactions were real, the actors had no idea what the others were going to perform.

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*** ** Even more so when you realise realize those reactions were real, the actors were not allowed to watch rehearsals for "Lean On Me" and therefore had no idea what the others were going to perform.perform, in an especially awesome example of EnforcedMethodActing.



* The "Imagine" number from 1x11 (Hairography). After the club tried to use the titular technique to be as flashy as they can, in comes a Glee club from a deaf school, and as they recite John Lennon's song and repeating after the lyrics in sign language, the [=McKinley=] Glee Club joins in, finally realizing that, sometimes, less is more. I think that may just have been the most touching thing I've seen on television, at least as far as I can remember right now.
* Subtle moment but when Puck and the other two football players help carry Artie + wheelchair out of the auditorium as the Glee club all leave in outrage in "Throwdown". Keep in mind, these are the same guys that locked Artie into a Port-a-Potty in the pilot.
** It should be note, they are likely to have been doing this every time that Artie has to go to the auditorium, so this is just one example of them helping Artie out.

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* The "Imagine" number from 1x11 (Hairography). After the club tried to use the titular technique to be as flashy as they can, in comes a Glee club from a deaf school, and as they recite John Lennon's Music/JohnLennon's song and repeating after the lyrics in sign language, the [=McKinley=] Glee Club joins in, finally realizing that, sometimes, less is more. I think that may just have been the most touching thing I've seen on television, at least as far as I can remember right now.
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* Subtle moment but when Puck and the other two football players help carry Artie + wheelchair out of the auditorium as the Glee club all leave in outrage in "Throwdown". Keep in mind, these are the same guys that locked Artie into a Port-a-Potty in the pilot.
** It should be note, they
pilot. They are likely to have been doing this every time that Artie has to go to the auditorium, so this is just one example of them helping Artie out.



* From 1x13, "Sectionals": Will running to catch Emma before she left, then kissing her, all against the backdrop of the Glee club singing "My Life Would Suck Without You".
** [[ContinuityCavalcade The performance]] of "My Life Would Suck Without You" itself.

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* From 1x13, "Sectionals": Will running to catch Emma before she left, then kissing her, all against the backdrop of the Glee club singing "My Life Would Suck Without You".
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You". [[ContinuityCavalcade The performance]] of "My Life Would Suck Without You" itself.that song itself counts as well.



** Same episode, the whole club standing beside Kurt and Finn to face down a couple of bullies, decked out in full LadyGaga and {{Kiss}} costumes (except Tina who gloriously went back to her goth style), then laughing and reveling in being "freaks".

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** Same episode, the whole club standing beside Kurt and Finn to face down a couple of bullies, decked out in full LadyGaga Music/LadyGaga and {{Kiss}} Music/{{Kiss}} costumes (except Tina who gloriously went back to her goth style), then laughing and reveling in being "freaks".



** 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' in the season finale. Pretty much sums up the entire show.
*** Especially all the little bonding clips, like the bit in which Quinn and Mercedes hold hands across Kurt, who then smirks and grabs onto their hands with both of his.
** And no love for the end of "Bohemian Rhapsody" when Quinn's finally given birth and she holds Beth in her arms, saying, "Hi" with a big smile on her face?

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** 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' in the season finale. Especially all the little bonding clips, like the bit in which Quinn and Mercedes hold hands across Kurt, who then smirks and grabs onto their hands with both of his. Pretty much sums up the entire show.
*** Especially all the little bonding clips, like the bit in which Quinn and Mercedes hold hands across Kurt, who then smirks and grabs onto their hands with both of his.
** And no love for the end The last 20 seconds or so of "Bohemian Rhapsody" when Quinn's finally given birth and she holds Beth in her arms, saying, "Hi" with a big smile on her face?face.



* The secret performance of Ride Wit Me in Throwdown. ''Everyone'' is having a good time with each other, and completely happy. It [[TastesLikeDiabetes tastes a little bit like diabetes]], but it's also very uplifting and causal.

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* The secret performance of Ride "Ride Wit Me Me" in Throwdown. ''Everyone'' is having a good time with each other, and completely happy. It [[TastesLikeDiabetes tastes a little bit like diabetes]], but it's also very uplifting and causal.



** Kurt finally agreeing to go to church with Mercedes and the performance of "Bridge Over Troubled Water" that she dedicates to Burt.

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** Kurt finally agreeing to go to church with Mercedes and the performance of "Bridge Over Troubled Water" "Music/BridgeOverTroubledWater" that she dedicates to Burt.



** Blink and you miss it, but when Puck is talking to the football team about Glee, he shuts up Karofsky with a, paraphrased, "You already forced my boy Kurt out of Glee, so you're on top of my list to go all Death Star on." Much like his moment in "Grill Cheesus" (offhandedly mentioning praying with his Nana), Puck hides his personal emotions well but can't quite hide it all the time.
*** ''All'' of Puck's moments like that. What this troper loves about Puck is that he does the whole JerkAssFacade thing, except it's not really a facade. Maybe originally it was, but as he's grown with Glee, they've just sort of melded together, so that Puck is a good person and seems to see this as "badass". It's actually a really uplifting example of that kind of character.
*** This troper also likes Puck for that reason as, among other things, it's also a surprisingly realistic portrayal of how guys tend to be among each other. Guys tend to joke and tease each other in ways that seem mean to outsiders. But there is that fine line guys have with each other between joking and serious and the way Puck is written, he moves back and forth between those depending on who he's talking to without exaggeration or Flanderizing something.

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** Blink and you miss it, but when Puck is talking to the football team about Glee, he shuts up Karofsky with a, paraphrased, "You already forced my boy Kurt out of Glee, so you're on top of my list to go all Death Star on." Much like his moment in "Grill "Grilled Cheesus" (offhandedly mentioning praying with his Nana), Puck hides his personal emotions well but can't quite hide it all the time.
*** ''All'' of Puck's moments like that. What this troper loves many people love about Puck is that he does the whole JerkAssFacade thing, except it's not really a facade. Maybe originally it was, but as he's grown with Glee, they've just sort of melded together, so that Puck is a good person and seems to see this as "badass". It's actually a really uplifting example of that kind of character.
*** This troper also likes Puck for that reason as, among other things, it's
character. It's also a surprisingly realistic portrayal of how guys tend to be among each other. Guys tend to joke and tease each other in ways that seem mean to outsiders. But there is that fine line guys have with each other between joking and serious and the way Puck is written, he moves back and forth between those depending on who he's talking to without exaggeration or Flanderizing something.



** My personal favorite, and it can double as TearJerker, one when Sue saw the glee club performing Welcome, Christmas. For some reason, I couldn't stop myself from saying, "And what happen then? Well, in [=McKinley=] they say, that Sue Sylvester's small heart grew three sizes that day.

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** My personal favorite, and it can double One that doubles as TearJerker, one when TearJerker: Sue saw watching the glee club performing Welcome, Christmas. For some reason, I couldn't stop myself from saying, "Welcome, Christmas". [[Literature/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas "And what happen happened then? Well, in [=McKinley=] they say, that Sue Sylvester's small heart grew three sizes that day."]]



** Kurt and Blaine singing ''Baby, It's Cold Outside'' was fantastic. This troper almost fell over squealing, which is saying a lot as I usually find that song more creepy than anything else.

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** Kurt and Blaine singing ''Baby, It's Cold Outside'' was fantastic. This troper almost fell over squealing, which is saying a lot as I Even those who usually find that song [[UnfortunateImplications more creepy than anything else.else]] couldn't resist squeeing.



* This seem may kind of small and silly compared to the above ones, but I found something really endearing about Finn and Mike's performance of "I've Gotta Be Me." Mike doesn't sing, Finn can't dance, but they embrace their own talents and each others. It was just so...positive.
** I completely agree. Especially just how into it Finn was. He knew he couldn't dance, and yet he was trying so hard, and having so much fun. I loved it.

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* This seem may kind of small and silly compared to the above ones, but I found there's just something really endearing about Finn and Mike's performance of "I've Gotta Be Me." Mike doesn't sing, Finn can't dance, but they embrace their own talents and each others.others'. It was just so...positive.
** I completely agree.
positive. Especially just how into it Finn was. He knew he couldn't dance, and yet he was trying so hard, and having so much fun. I loved it.



** Hey! No mention to Kurt and Quinn who had helping him out and keeping his secret?

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** Hey! No mention to * Kurt and Quinn who had helping him Sam out and keeping his secret?secret in the same episode definitely qualifies.



** Rachel had some moments as well: asking Mercedes (and later Sam) to the Prom as friends and comforting Quinn after she lost Prom Queen to [[ItMakesSenseInContext Kurt]] are amongst the sweetest things she's done all season.
*** This is particularly sweet considering Quinn had just slapped her across the face. Most people wouldn't be feeling particularly comforting, even after the apology.
** And don't forget her telling a very stressed-out Finn exactly what kind of corsage to get Quinn, down to the ribbon color ("Green, to match her eyes," which Quinn, who was not present at the time of the conversation, notices immediately), followed by her trying to smile sweetly at him and promptly walking away in tears. This and Finn's previous attempts to cheer her up reminded me why I like them together.

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** Rachel had some moments as well: asking Mercedes (and later Sam) to the Prom as friends and comforting Quinn after she lost Prom Queen to [[ItMakesSenseInContext Kurt]] are amongst the sweetest things she's done all season.
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season. This is particularly sweet considering Quinn had just slapped her across the face. Most people wouldn't be feeling particularly comforting, even after the apology.
** And don't forget her Rachel telling a very stressed-out Finn exactly what kind of corsage to get Quinn, down to the ribbon color ("Green, to match her eyes," which Quinn, who was not present at the time of the conversation, notices immediately), followed by her trying to smile sweetly at him and promptly walking away in tears. This and Finn's previous attempts to cheer her up reminded me why I like them together.tears.



** This one's kind of subtle but it really, to this troper anyway, showed exactly how much Finn and Kurt have grown up in a year - before the "Gay Braveheart" moment, Finn's doing something really simple, sitting watching sports with his brother's boyfriend and talking about jamming at prom togther. A year ago, there was no way that would have seemed possible considering the above mentioned stalking, retaliation, and tentative relationship. But now, the both of them have matured to the point where it's just a normal family relationship, "I'll go work on my prom outfit, you guys can watch the game, you know I don't care about sports," kinda deal, that just happens to involve three guys. Couple that with Burt treating Blaine already as part of the family, getting him the deal on the tuxedo as well as Finn and Kurt, had Kurt not already been making his own outfit, and you have why this troper just thought that scene was really adorable.

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** This one's kind of subtle but it really, to this troper anyway, really showed exactly how much Finn and Kurt have grown up in a year - before the "Gay Braveheart" moment, Finn's doing something really simple, sitting watching sports with his brother's boyfriend and talking about jamming at prom togther.together. A year ago, there was no way that would have seemed possible considering the above mentioned stalking, retaliation, and tentative relationship. But now, the both of them have matured to the point where it's just a normal family relationship, "I'll go work on my prom outfit, you guys can watch the game, you know I don't care about sports," kinda deal, that just happens to involve three guys. Couple that with Burt treating Blaine already as part of the family, getting him the deal on the tuxedo as well as Finn and Kurt, had Kurt not already been making his own outfit, and you have why this troper just many thought that scene was really adorable.



* I nominate the two scenes Paul Karofsky are in. He's calm, friendly, and obviously loves his son. In his first scene, he neither attacks nor defends his son; he simply asks why Kurt would make up such a thing, pointing out that Dave's current behaviour does give credence to Kurt's accusations. In his second scene, he doesn't whitewash his son's actions but does advocate for him to be given a chance to make things right, correctly pointing out that he and Burt both once held prejudices that they grew to realise were wrong.

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* I nominate the The two scenes Paul Karofsky are in. He's calm, friendly, and obviously loves his son. In his first scene, he neither attacks nor defends his son; he simply asks why Kurt would make up such a thing, pointing out that Dave's current behaviour does give credence to Kurt's accusations. In his second scene, he doesn't whitewash his son's actions but does advocate for him to be given a chance to make things right, correctly pointing out that he and Burt both once held prejudices that they grew to realise realize were wrong.



* Another small one, but after Kurt's AwesomeMomentOfCrowning, there's a shot that includes Brad the piano player smiling broadly and clapping for him. Given Brad's usual deadpan behavior as "part of the furniture," this troper found that insanely cute.

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* Another small one, but after Kurt's AwesomeMomentOfCrowning, there's a shot that includes Brad the piano player smiling broadly and clapping for him. Given Especially given Brad's usual deadpan behavior as "part of the furniture," this troper found that insanely cute.furniture".



** Right before that, Will saying he's going to stay with the kids no matter what. Followed by the group hug intitiated by, of all people, Puck.

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** Right before that, Will saying he's going to stay with the kids no matter what. Followed by the group hug intitiated initiated by, of all people, Puck.



** Rachel apologizing to Sunshine and stopping her from going back home. From experience this Filipino troper thinks that's for the best.

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** Rachel apologizing to Sunshine and stopping her from going back home. From experience this home hit home for quite a few Filipino troper thinks that's for the best.viewers.



**** Oh God, thank you for telling me (the troper just above you) I'm wrong. I was a little upset when I first saw the scene-- I must've just interpreted it incorrectly.
*** Or you could be in my group of people, who interpret it as Kurt not being entirely sincere there.
*** Kurt follows up his "I love you too," by reflecting, "If you think about it, Kurt Hummel's had a pretty good year." Considering all the ''phenomenally'' crappy things that have happened to him this season, it's quite the statement of how happy having Blaine in his life makes him.

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**** Oh God, thank you for telling me (the troper just above you) I'm wrong. I was a little upset when I first saw the scene-- I must've just interpreted it incorrectly.
*** Or you could be in my group of people, who interpret it as Kurt not being entirely sincere there.
*** Kurt then follows up his "I love you too," by reflecting, "If you think about it, Kurt Hummel's had a pretty good year." Considering all the ''phenomenally'' crappy things that have happened to him this season, it's quite the statement of how happy having Blaine in his life makes him.



** Brittany saying that she loves Santana more then she's ever loved anyone else and Santana calling Brittany her best friend.
*** Wait, no love for when she said that she would be there when Tina and Mike get married and when Artie recover the movement of his legs?

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** Brittany saying that she loves Santana more then she's ever loved anyone else and Santana calling Brittany her best friend.
*** Wait, no love for
friend. Also when she said that she would be there when Tina and Mike get married and when Artie recover the movement of his legs?legs.



** The "Breakfast at Tiffany's" scene for many reasons, but one reason really stood out, particularly after the "I love you" ending- Kurt pointing out that he's already talked to Blaine about moving to New York and they're planning to go together. Umm... [[OneTruePairing Please excuse me while I go do the dance of joy.]]

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** The "Breakfast at Tiffany's" scene for many reasons, but one reason really stood out, particularly after the "I love you" ending- Kurt pointing out that he's already talked to Blaine about moving to New York and they're planning to go together. Umm... [[OneTruePairing Please excuse me while I go do OneTruePairing all the dance of joy.]] way.



** The drawing of the [[ItMakesSenseInContext clown pig]] was what really got to this troper. He just wants to make Beth happy, and he was so cute asking if Shelby thought it would scare her and then putting it up on the fridge for her so that he can have so kind of connection to her until Shelby's ready for him to have a bigger part in her life.

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** The drawing of the [[ItMakesSenseInContext clown pig]] was what really got to this troper.pig]]. He just wants to make Beth happy, and he was so cute asking if Shelby thought it would scare her and then putting it up on the fridge for her so that he can have so kind of connection to her until Shelby's ready for him to have a bigger part in her life.



* In "I Am Unicorn," Kurt's diva tendencies and desire to be Tony in West Side Story are on full display for most of the episode, so the proud "That's my boyfriend and he's awesome!" smile while he's up in the balcony watching Blaine audition with "Something's Coming" really got this troper. (Which made it even more heartbreaking a minute or two later when we found out Blaine had decided not to try out for Tony [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy because he wants Kurt to get it]].)

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* In "I Am Unicorn," Kurt's diva tendencies and desire to be Tony in West Side Story are on full display for most of the episode, so the proud "That's my boyfriend and he's awesome!" smile while he's up in the balcony watching Blaine audition with "Something's Coming" really got this troper.hit all the right notes. (Which made it even more heartbreaking a minute or two later when we found out Blaine had decided not to try out for Tony [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy because he wants Kurt to get it]].)



** What really got this troper was Kurt, who's clearly not having a good day after the "Run the World (Girls)" flash mob incident with Brittany, is still willing to swallow his pride - something that we've seen Kurt doesn't like to do, and say "You killed your audition, Blaine. If anyone else got Tony, including me, the wrath of Sondheim would descend on William McKinley like a plague of Schubert Alley locusts." Knowing Kurt, that can't be easy for him to say, but he's crazy about Blaine, so he's willing to eat humble pie. The way Blaine buries his face in his roses like the love struck teenager he is is also completely adorable!

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** What really got this troper was Kurt, who's clearly not having a good day after the "Run the World (Girls)" flash mob incident with Brittany, is still willing to swallow his pride - something that we've seen Kurt doesn't like to do, and say "You killed your audition, Blaine. If anyone else got Tony, including me, the wrath of Sondheim would descend on William McKinley like a plague of Schubert Alley locusts." Knowing Kurt, that can't be easy for him to say, but he's crazy about Blaine, so he's willing to eat humble pie. The way Blaine buries his face in his roses like the love struck teenager he is is also completely adorable!



** Rory going off-script during the special in order to remind the rest of the club [[ACharlieBrownChristmas what Christmas is really about]], and then joining Sam in ringing Salvation Army bells downtown to collect money for charity.

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** Rory going off-script during the special in order to remind the rest of the club [[ACharlieBrownChristmas [[WesternAnimation/ACharlieBrownChristmas what Christmas is really about]], and then joining Sam in ringing Salvation Army bells downtown to collect money for charity.



* In "Saturday Night Glee-ver," the "More than a Woman" number is absolutely adorable. Here's Finn, singing to Rachel; but not only that, all of the other long term and or stable couples from the Glee club are there dancing too - Mike and Tina, Kurt and Blaine, and Brittany and Santana, all grinning, twirling and dipping one another around the dance floor. This troper might need a dentist because her sweet tooth might need to be checked for cavities. (And she is not complaining in the slightest!)
** It's even more heartwarming because this is Finn's fantasy and in his fantasy world, all of these couples are as happy as him. Keep in mind, Finn spent a lot of season 1 slightly homophobic, so what really got this troper was the fact that there's two same-sex couples that Finn sees as completely equal.

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* In "Saturday Night Glee-ver," the "More than a Woman" number is absolutely adorable. Here's Finn, singing to Rachel; but not only that, all of the other long term and or stable couples from the Glee club are there dancing too - Mike and Tina, Kurt and Blaine, and Brittany and Santana, all grinning, twirling and dipping one another around the dance floor. This troper might need a dentist because her sweet tooth might need to be checked for cavities. (And she is not complaining in the slightest!)
floor.
** It's even more heartwarming because this is Finn's fantasy and in his fantasy world, all of these couples are as happy as him. Keep in mind, Finn spent a lot of season 1 slightly homophobic, so what really got this troper was the fact that there's two same-sex couples that Finn sees as completely equal.equal really illustrates his CharacterDevelopment.



*** What really got this troper was the shocked expression on Santana's face. She was so surprised that Rachel was breaking down in front of ''her''. Their growing relationship is so nice to watch.

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*** What really got this troper was the The shocked expression on Santana's face. She was so surprised that Rachel was breaking down in front of ''her''. Their growing relationship is so nice to watch.



*** The entire scene where the Hudson-Hummels are going through Finn's stuff is a heartwarming moment when you get past the [[TearJerker tears]]. Kurt wanting to hold onto the letterman jacket, and the fact that Finn kept not only the lamp, but the football from Kurt's one and only game on the team were exceptionally sweet. Your mileage may vary, but this troper will seriously miss Furt brotherliness.

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*** The entire scene where the Hudson-Hummels are going through Finn's stuff is a heartwarming moment when you get past the [[TearJerker tears]]. Kurt wanting to hold onto the letterman jacket, and the fact that Finn kept not only the lamp, but the football from Kurt's one and only game on the team were exceptionally sweet. Your mileage may vary, but this troper will seriously miss Furt brotherliness.



* The fact that Afterellen, a site who writers made their hatred of Finn known, published an article after Cory Monteith's death praising his acting ability.

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* The fact that Afterellen, a site who whose writers made their hatred of Finn known, published an article after Cory Monteith's death praising his acting ability.



* When the show wrapped, many of the cast members got to take home props from the show. Especially when [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CAlWhQdWsAA7eTD.jpg Lea Michele took Finn's jersey home with her]], and [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B_atTe9WIAAJJLB.jpg Mark Salling eventually hung Finn's memorial plaque in his house]].

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* When the show wrapped, many of the cast members got to take home props from the show. Especially That is heartwarming in itself, but it ''really'' gets heartwarming when you find out that [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CAlWhQdWsAA7eTD.jpg Lea Michele took Finn's jersey home with her]], and [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B_atTe9WIAAJJLB.jpg Mark Salling eventually hung Finn's memorial plaque in his house]].
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** Coach Beiste's reveal that she and Cooter eloped. This troper squeed. What made it even better was Sue's congratulatory "I have been bested; [[CrowningMomentOfFunny I'll just have to call David Boreanaz]]," speech.

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** Coach Beiste's reveal that she and Cooter eloped. This troper squeed. What made it even better was Sue's congratulatory "I have been bested; [[CrowningMomentOfFunny I'll just have to call David Boreanaz]]," speech.



** Also a bit of a TearJerker - the video the New Directions, both old and new, plus Sue, make for Will and Emma's forthcoming baby is adorable. Very reminiscent of Season 1's "To Sir with Love" scene, the team lets him know that even if the club doesn't exist anymore, he had a very big, transformative effect on all their lives and they're incredibly grateful to him for it. Bonus points for then transitioning into the entire team, all generations of it, singing Don't Stop Believin' with Shue finally joining in.

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** Also a bit of a TearJerker - the video the New Directions, both old and new, plus Sue, make for Will and Emma's forthcoming baby is adorable. Very reminiscent of Season 1's "To Sir with Love" scene, the team lets him know that even if the club doesn't exist anymore, he had a very big, transformative effect on all their lives and they're incredibly grateful to him for it. Bonus points for then transitioning into the entire team, all generations of it, singing Don't "Don't Stop Believin' Believin'" with Shue finally joining in.



* After Roderick tells the alumni that Sue often calls him "white Main/{{Precious}}", Puck totally unironically says that he is precious, and helps him to his feet.

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* After Roderick tells the alumni that Sue often calls him "white Main/{{Precious}}", Film/{{Precious}}", Puck totally unironically says that he is precious, and helps him to his feet.



* "Jagged Little Tapestry"

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* "Jagged Little Tapestry""Music/{{Jagged Little|Pill}} Music/{{Tapestry}}"



* "What The World Needs Now":

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* "What The World Needs Now":"Transitioning":



** Rachel and Sam's duet on ''Time After Time'' (itself a nice heartwarming song) hits the right notes as well.



** And the final number of the series, every main cast member coming together for OneRepublic's "I Lived".

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** And the final number of the series, every main cast member coming together for OneRepublic's Music/OneRepublic's "I Lived".
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* "What The World Needs Now":
** Alex Newell reprising his role as Unique, leading a choir of 100 trans people (including the newly transitioned Bieste) in a rendition of "I Know Where I've Been".
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* Kurt's whole storyline in Episode 4.
** I especially liked the scene where Finn gave Kurt advice and coaxed the helmet on him. Finn came across as so paternal in that scene, and Kurt's declaration of coolness was so genuine and different from his usual attempts at trying to flirt with Finn. Unfortunately, even with 'Furt', I don't think they'll ever manage to get back to that kind of place in their friendship.

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* Kurt's whole storyline in Episode 4.
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4, especially liked the scene where Finn gave Kurt advice and coaxed the helmet on him. Finn came across as so paternal in that scene, and Kurt's declaration of coolness was so genuine and different from his usual attempts at trying to flirt with Finn. Unfortunately, even with 'Furt', I don't think they'll ever they would never manage to get back to that kind of place in their friendship.



* The secret performance of Ride Wit Me in Throwdown. ''Everyone'' is having a good time with each other, and completely happy. It [[TastesLikeDiabetes tastes a little bit like diabetes]], but it's also very uplifting and causal.



** "Furt" also gives us a brief glance at the inside of Kurt's locker. As well as the picture of Blaine underlined with the word 'Courage', there is also a picture of Mercedes surrounded by words such as 'Immaculate' and 'Loved'. It's not much, but it warmed this troper's heart.

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** "Furt" also gives us a brief glance at the inside of Kurt's locker. As well as the picture of Blaine underlined with the word 'Courage', there is also a picture of Mercedes surrounded by words such as 'Immaculate' and 'Loved'. It's not much, but it warmed this troper's heart.it's very sweet nonetheless.



* The secret performance of Ride Wit Me in Throwdown. ''Everyone'' is having a good time with each other, and completely happy. It [[TastesLikeDiabetes tastes a little bit like diabetes]], but it's also very uplifting and causal.



** This Troper thinks that Lauren and Puck's whole relationship is sprinkled with these - granted not... conventional ones, but still. The one that really got this troper was in "Sexy," when after calling him a nerd for joining Celibacy Club, Puck grabs her by the hand and tells her [[LadykillerInLove he likes her and that wooing her is his favorite part of the day.]] Her kissing him, telling him that if they can play footsie in Celibacy Club she'll join too, and calling him a nerd again with a decidedly more pet-name-ish tone was also adorable. (Another one for these two would also be the episode where he decides to help Lauren be Prom Queen and the way he says "Baby, you're gonna get that crown, and I'm gonna be your king." He's come a long way from his pool cleaning, dating any cougar who'll have him days.)
* Maybe it's just me, but Finn mentioning in passing that Kurt has been blackmailing him after seeing his browser history. It really seemed for awhile like Kurt had ruined any chance of them being close, but by this point they're acting like completely normal brothers.

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** This Troper thinks that Lauren and Puck's whole relationship is sprinkled with these - granted not... conventional ones, but still. The one that really got this troper was Especially in "Sexy," when after calling him a nerd for joining Celibacy Club, Puck grabs her by the hand and tells her [[LadykillerInLove he likes her and that wooing her is his favorite part of the day.]] Her kissing him, telling him that if they can play footsie in Celibacy Club she'll join too, and calling him a nerd again with a decidedly more pet-name-ish tone was also adorable. (Another one for these two would also be the episode where he decides to help Lauren be Prom Queen and the way he says "Baby, you're gonna get that crown, and I'm gonna be your king." He's come a long way from his pool cleaning, dating any cougar who'll have him days.)
* Maybe it's just me, but Finn mentioning in passing that Kurt has been blackmailing him after seeing his browser history. It really seemed for awhile like Kurt had ruined any chance of them being close, but by this point they're acting like completely normal brothers.



** This may be the ShippingGoggles talking, but the hug after the serenade, the "I'll never say goodbye to you," the little "My boyfriend's happy so I'm happy" look on Blaine's face as he's leaving were what really sold that scene for this troper. Extra bonus points for the fact that, if you look back, the last time Blaine took the Warblers to serenade a guy, it didn't work out so well. This time, it was made of utter adorable!

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** This may be the ShippingGoggles talking, but the hug after the serenade, the "I'll never say goodbye to you," the little "My boyfriend's happy so I'm happy" look on Blaine's face as he's leaving were what really sold that scene for this troper.scene. Extra bonus points for the fact that, if you look back, the last time Blaine took the Warblers to serenade a guy, it didn't work out so well. This time, it was made of utter adorable!



** This troper absolutely loved the "Breakfast at Tiffany's" scene for many reasons, but one reason really stood out, particularly after the "I love you" ending- Kurt pointing out that he's already talked to Blaine about moving to New York and they're planning to go together. Umm... [[OneTruePairing Please excuse me while I go do the dance of joy.]]

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** This troper absolutely loved the The "Breakfast at Tiffany's" scene for many reasons, but one reason really stood out, particularly after the "I love you" ending- Kurt pointing out that he's already talked to Blaine about moving to New York and they're planning to go together. Umm... [[OneTruePairing Please excuse me while I go do the dance of joy.]]



* In Blame It On The Alcohol, at the end Will gives the Glee club his phone number, just in case they ever over indulge in drink again they can call him and he will come and drive them home, no matter the time or place, because they need someone who's able to do that for them.



* "Extraordinary Merry Christmas": Finn's christmas gift to Rachel.

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* "Extraordinary Merry Christmas": Finn's christmas Christmas gift to Rachel.



* Back in Season 2, in Blame It On The Alcohol, at the end Will gives the Glee club his phone number, just in case they ever over indulge in drink again they can call him and he will come and drive them home, no matter the time or place, because they need someone who's able to do that for them.



** It's all especially heartwarming when we see how far they have come, which is why the flashback episode "2009" aired right before "Dreams Come True".

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** It's all especially heartwarming when we see how far they have come, which is why the flashback episode "2009" aired right before (and was created as a companion to) "Dreams Come True".



* It's already been mentioned on the Awesome page and the Funny page, but the Kurt/Blaine skit from the final leg of the Glee Live tour in Dublin also belongs here as far as this troper's concerned, for a several reasons: 1) Brittany saying "I love her" about Santana and the two of them leaving holding hands; 2) Blaine calling Kurt "my man and my inspiration," when Blaine has so obviously been an inspiration for Kurt the entire season, even before he was the LoveInterest and one half of the OfficialCouple; 3) [[CaptainObvious Do the Brittany/Santana and Kurt/Blaine kisses even need to be mentioned?]]

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* It's already been mentioned on the Awesome page and the Funny page, but the Kurt/Blaine skit from the final leg of the Glee Live tour in Dublin also belongs here as far as this troper's concerned, for a several reasons: 1) Brittany saying "I love her" about Santana and the two of them leaving holding hands; 2) Blaine calling Kurt "my man and my inspiration," when Blaine has so obviously been an inspiration for Kurt the entire season, even before he was the LoveInterest and one half of the OfficialCouple; 3) [[CaptainObvious Do the Brittany/Santana and Kurt/Blaine kisses even need to be mentioned?]]



* [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CAlWhQdWsAA7eTD.jpg Lea Michelle taking Finn's jersey home with her after wrapping the finale]].
* [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B_atTe9WIAAJJLB.jpg Mark Salling hanging Finn's memorial plaque in his house]].

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* When the show wrapped, many of the cast members got to take home props from the show. Especially when [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CAlWhQdWsAA7eTD.jpg Lea Michelle taking Michele took Finn's jersey home with her after wrapping the finale]].
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her]], and [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B_atTe9WIAAJJLB.jpg Mark Salling hanging eventually hung Finn's memorial plaque in his house]].
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** "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", giving us clips of the first time Rachel met Finn, TIna met Mike, Mercedes met Sam, and Santana met Brittany.

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** "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", giving us clips of the first time Rachel met Finn, TIna Tina met Mike, Mercedes met Sam, and Santana met Brittany.
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