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And Glee wonders why its ratings are down big time?
April 15th, 2014 under Glee. [ Comments: none ]

Glee opened up tonight’s episode with this vintage like instructional video on STDs and it just got worse from there. So if Fox and Glee are wondering why their ratings are down higher than Chris Colfer’s voice gets with each episode, it is because they’re doing episodes like this one. It’s like they are trying to do those Very Special sitcom episodes, that were popular towards the end of last century, every week. Only problem it is 2014 and Glee is not a sitcom. That, and they all feel so forced and not as natural as those shows were back then.
BTW am I the only one who hates hates hates all the self narrations?
On a positive note, at least there is only one more season of this torture. It’s like How I Met Your Mother and Desperate Housewives all over again. Just end already.


Is Fox regretting picking up Glee for another season?
April 4th, 2014 under Glee. [ Comments: 1 ]

Glee’s ratings have been going down faster than Chris Colfer’s voice goes up with each song, so I guess that helped to influence Fox’s decision to cut their episode order by 2 episodes just over a month before their season finale is set to air. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cut was due to the hiatus that they took at the beginning of the season as they dealt with Cory Monteith’s untimely death.
Personally, I think it has to do with their ratings dropping to about 3 million viewers this week. Which is kind of scary because Fox committed to another season of the show, so they are stuck with it no matter how low it goes. THR says that the two cut episodes might go to super size the show’s final season, but I have a feeling that that will not be the case. I think that Fox will cut their episode order again if things don’t pick up at the beginning of next season. With the Glee Club being disbanded on the singing dramedy, I think they lost some fans who were tuning in for that aspect of the show. A cut, I predicted would happen last fall. It only took them a season and a half to base the show solely in NY.
Why did you stop watching Glee? Was it the bad songs? The over the top stories? The end of Ohio? Too much Lea Michele and not enough everyone else? Why?


BTWF ads: Naya Rivera for Cabbage Patch Kids
March 18th, 2014 under Before They Were Famous, Glee. [ Comments: none ]

Before Naya Rivera was singing with the Glee Club on Glee, she was playing with Cabbage Patch Kids. How awwwdorable was the 8 year old back in 1995?


Does Naya Rivera look bigger to you?
March 18th, 2014 under Glee. [ Comments: none ]

Naya Rivera Instagrammed a picture of herself in a black bikini looking a little bigger in the chest area than she did a year ago in a white one. So do you think she got a boob job or that bathing suit is misleading?


When does Jane Lynch feel like sexual harassing someone?
March 18th, 2014 under Craig Ferguson, Glee. [ Comments: none ]

Jane Lynch was on The Late Late Show yesterday, and Craig Ferguson and her started talking about cursing. That some how led to her talking about one of the networks that she works at requiring her to take a sexual harassment class. She said as soon as she’s done, “I want to harass someone sexually. It’s all I can think about.” Then she added, “I’m inviting it, and I want to give it.” I don’t know about you, but I felt the same way when I took that class.
I am the type of person that they came up with those harassment (because they are not only about sexual harassment) classes for; so when my job requires it, I avoid it like the plague. This one place I worked at, I made sure to go to the last class. So that meant that all my co-workers went before me. Well whenever any of them got out, they said stuff that made me almost look sweet and innocent. So I never understood, why companies require it because it only makes you want to do what you are not supposed to do even more. Oh, so you want to know what happened when I finally took the course? I basically failed because my sense of what you can’t do and say in the workplace is a lot different than what those Goody Two Shoes were told to teach us. Everyone has their own line to cross and people need to get over being so uptight. Yes, there are things you can’t say on the job. But there are things that people get the panties in a bunch over for no reason at all. Just remember, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.” We know what names you can throw at someone, but then are others that are OK if they are said in jest and not to harm.


Whoops the Grammys spelled Cory Monteith’s name wrong
January 26th, 2014 under Glee. [ Comments: none ]

via EW
Awards Show Producer, Ken Ehrlich, made sure that late Cory Monteith got a special tribute at the Emmys last year, but yet he couldn’t make sure that they would spell his name correctly tonight during the Grammys’ In Memoriam. I mean they spelled Cory correctly which others have not, but they spelled his last name incorrectly because they swapped I and the E. I guess the person who wrote that graphic, went with one of the first grammar lessons we all learned. You know, I before E except after C? And I assume that everyone else who proofread that, thought the same thing.
Oh well, at least he stood out on the In Memoriam, just not the way he would’ve wanted to.


All the Glee originals are invited back for the 100th episode!
December 3rd, 2013 under Glee. [ Comments: none ]

Glee is prepping to film their 100th episode and Ryan Murphy just Tweeted we will be seeing some familiar faces when it airs on March 18th. He said, “ALL The Glee Originals received invites today to be in our 100th episode! More to follow.” Does that mean they will RSVP yes? We will just have to wait to find out. I really hope that they are all back because I miss our original Glee Club.
Since the fans are helping to pick what songs are performed and remixed for that episode, I am sure they will find a way to honor Cory Monteith somehow. His version of Greg Laswell’s version of Cyndi Lauper’s Girls Just Want to Have Fun is one of my all-time favorites from the show first 99 episodes. Which song do you remember most? And who do you want to see come back to the Fox musicomedy?

UPDATE: Ryan Murphy confirmed that Amber Riley, fresh off her Dancing with the Stars win, is the first original who will be back for the 100th episode. Mark Saling will also be back for the centennial episode.


Glee reminds us why we are thankful for this show
November 28th, 2013 under Glee. [ Comments: none ]

Glee is not taking Thanksgiving off tonight at 9p on Fox and I am thankful it is airing.
Tonight’s episode has moments I hate, but even more that I like. Here’s the one I don’t like, Mr Schue leaves Blaine in charge of Glee club and he acts like a puppet master. The other kids don’t like it, so he has a hissy fit and leaves. Eventually he realizes he is wrong and has a dream he’s singing Queen’s You’re My Best Friend with puppets. When he wakes he decides to make puppets for everyone.
Meanwhile in NY his fiance’ Kurt books Pamela Lansbury their first gig and decides what they are going to sing. Two things they are all against, but have no choice but to give into him. Did he make the right choice or is the band over before they even began?
Back at McKinley, Sue Sylvester is mistaken for a man by a guy she has a crush. That forces her to make some changes and get a makeover. Before she gets a new look, we get to see a flashback of what she looked like before the tracksuits. You don’t want to miss that and even more important you don’t want to miss Jane Lynch wowing us with he voice when she sings Cheek to Cheek with Matthew Morrison.
Other songs on tonight’s episode are Madonna’s Into the Groove, a Janet Jackson mashup of Nasty/Rhythm Nation and Ylvis’ What Does a Fox Say?. The last one is performed with those puppets.
While I don’t like the puppets because it is too weird even for Glee standards, I love Jane Lynch on tonight’s episode. She makes tonight’s episode worth tuning in for as it airs. Well her and to get away from your family for an hour because you know are going to want a break from them.


BTWF roles: Lauren Potter in Mr Blue Sky
November 28th, 2013 under Before They Were Famous, Glee. [ Comments: none ]

Before Lauren Potter went to McKinley High on Glee, she went to a different school in Mr Blue Sky. How awwwdorable was the 16 year old actress in that 2007 film?


WTF are the writers smoking over at Glee?
November 27th, 2013 under Glee. [ Comments: none ]

When I first heard about Glee‘s puppet episode, I thought it may be right. Then I saw the first full song from tomorrow’s episode on Fox at 9p and now I think it might be crazy. Not the good kind of crazy, but I will be wondering if I am having a turkey high or if I am really high. I mean it is more like bad trip than anything else, a really really bad trip.
Part of me wants to make my friends watch it with me when it airs live; but considering that have a freshly sharpened carving knife, I won’t.
I think after we watch the full episode (because we’ll be watching), we will be very thankful that the show only has a season and a half left!
Just when I thought that there wouldn’t be anything worse on TV this week after How I Met Your Mother’s rhyming show. Here comes Glee to air a lower low. Oh no!


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