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To spoil myself or wait until the episode...
Can't decide. Nope, I spoiled myself.
edited 9th Dec '11 9:45:22 AM by Keybreak
Well, yes but then my ficlet would have been even shorter and plotless! I was going for punch and belivability. And at this point, "Quinn kills/wrecks a bunch of people" would be one of the most belivable plotlines for her. As I said, the point of the fic was to outline a Quinn plotline for the rest of season 3 that would make for good tv, and make sense. "Regains sanity, goes on rampage anyway. Now much more effective, because not nuts" would do that.
Eeee, Glee Christmas carols! <3 Perfect thing to cheer me up after that stupid, lying Rick Perry ad...
From the YMMV page:
edited 9th Dec '11 3:37:48 PM by Pannic
He just said, like, ten offensive things (spoiler clip)
edited 9th Dec '11 6:36:53 PM by Sijie
Oh and this too.
What does this background music remind you of (in the intro)?
Lol Blaine mad.
And Quinn acting kinda evil. Not so lol.
Hooray! Tina gets a song!
Also, a note to people editing pages - please learn what the tropes actually mean. In addition to the groan-inducing Moral Event Horizon spot, I found myself deleting a few things from the Tear Jerkers page. A word to the wise: If you find yourself saying "tears of a happy kind," that's not the freaking trope.
edited 10th Dec '11 12:05:14 AM by Pannic
All the Laconic and Playing With pages say is that it makes the audience cry. The sad part may be the only part mentioned in the main article, but still. ;p
This is supposed to be a parody of of Kristen Stewart, but she reminds me of Brittany.
I just took a Psych exam and one of the questions was about a disorder that impairs the understanding and production of speech.
Thank you, glee fandom, for teaching me what Aphasia is.
Maybe Blaine went to see him perform.
damn it, at work I have all these awesome theories and slash fics ideas that I can't quite write down.
I might be displacing the conversation, but something important to point out about Blaine: He was the freaking head of his former Glee Club then he comes to New Directions, and the leader seems to make a point to knock Blaine down at every opportunity, even when praising Rory, Finn looks at Blaine like if he is challenging him. Finn helps Rory, Finn Helps Santanna (you know the bitch that snarks at everyone), and Finn brings in Sam back, a stripper, while Blaine has done his best to be polite to everyone, it seems that, not only he is bellow the bitchy cheeleader, a STRIPPER is higher on the authority chain than him... Blaine's choice of words are bad, but I can't really blame him for blowing it up.
Which makes me realzie that Blaine should have got mad at... Kurt, for being a idiot and want to return to that asylum.
The head? Or the lead singer? ;p They already had like a table of councilguys who didn't try to sing half as much.
It's because Finn thought it looked like Blaine wanted to take over.
...but what asylum, Dalton?
That's a good point. Blaine was never the head of the glee club, just its main soloist. It's not that he's used to leadership, he's just used to the leaders bending to his whims, and now he's just in a glee club that doesn't worship the ground he walks on.
That's a good point, actually. Honestly, I don't think he was ever trying to take over. He knew from the start that Finn and Rachel were the leaders. But as he said, everytime he so much as opens his mouth Finn knocks him down. All he's ever tried to do was contribute and he gets shut out every time.
Not every time. Twice. Like, four episodes ago.
I'm sure there were things we didn't see, considering how frustarted Blaine was at the begining of the episode. Plus, he did it in front of everyone when they were coming up with choreography so that's 3 times that we saw.
I mean "head" as more like the most popular guy, plus lead singer.
joining the club is a sign that Blaine wanted to take over?
I got the impression that Finn didn't thought that Blaine was actively trying to take over, but he would eventually do that nature, because the difference between their talents.
We have two schools. One school has Sue as a teacher, the other school doesn't. Which school should be much more likely to be the Asylum?
When did Finn ever treated him nicely after joining ND? We have no reason to believe that Finn started treating Blaine with a minimum of polityness.
edited 11th Dec '11 8:30:03 AM by Bluelantern2814
@Blue Nah, trying to change things.
And Sue has actually been nicer to Kurt. Trying to prevent him from being bullied...even though she still calls him Porcelain.
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