Good luck, Cory! Get well and continue to be a good example to all that you can always change and improve your life!
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Kurt had a great moment. Tina had a great moment. Santana had a great moment.
What more could I have possibly wanted?
(I almost don’t mind that Finn/Emma is super weird)
I was listening to Walking on Sunshine/Halo from Season 1 for the first time in ages and I realized that I could REALLY hear Naya Rivera in it. I didn’t even notice back when the song was new because we hardly knew what Naya’s singing voice was like at the time. She sounds really great in it.
Awkwardness adorkableness aside, I already feel like Finn is a better teacher than Mr. Shue is.
The way he deals with the student’s problems has already proved more affective and he seems to really support them in a way that Mr. Shue never really did.
Burt had to complain before Mr. Shue would let Kurt audition to sing Defying Gravity because it was meant for a female. Finn made Sue Sylvester an enemy by not giving in on his decision to let Unique play a female role in Grease.
I thought Finn’s words to Ryder were great about his dyslexia and they helped him to seek solutions to problems that have plagued him his entire life. I could be wrong but I don’t remember thinking that any of Will’s words to his students about their individual problems were that good.
Similarity? They both broke fights.
I Wanna Hold Your Hand || Hopelessly Devoted To You
Kind of random to have a “Across the Universe” parallel in the midst of a “Grease” tribute, but whatever. :)
Funny, though, the “Across the Universe” version of “I Wanna Hold Your Hand” is very similar to Kurt’s from season 2. I think I recall people saying that they were TOO similar- that Glee took the arrangement from the movie. Anyway, this could be interpreted as a REALLY odd Kurt and Blaine parallel. o.OSource: likesuperwheee
On the Sept. 13 episode of Glee fans met Sue Sylvester’s daughter, Robin, for the first time—but the far more poignant introduction occurred off camera the week before, when Robin Trocki, 55—the actress with Down syndrome who played Sue’s sister, Jean, in seasons 1 and 2— got to meet her tiny namesake. Gail Williamson of the advocacy group Down Syndrome in Arts & Media arranged the meeting with 9month-old Jordyn Orr (who also has Down Syndrome), because Trocki has advanced Alzheimer’s and is expected to forget her role on the Fox hit. “When Robin saw the baby, she said, ‘I’m your auntie,’” recalls Williamson, “because she would be if she were still on the show.”
“When Robin saw the baby, she said, ‘I’m your auntie,’” recalls Williamson, “because she would be if she were still on the show.”
Reading that nearly brought tears to my eyes. The fact that they decided to give Sue Slyvester a baby with down syndrome is so bittersweet. Kind of like her sister Jean came back her in a way. They showed that by giving the baby the name of the actress that played Jean.
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