I’m trying to prove a point to a douche in my class who thinks girls are lying about enjoying marvel.
Tell that douche he’s DEAD wrong!!!!!
In my opinion, Klaine has never been a well developed couple because the writers can’t seem to write any couple well on the show. I would not have a problem with Kurt getting his mack on with someone introduced as a potential love interest during the break up, but to give him a random was just OOC. I’m not offended the kissing double standard because it was just primal and about the physical. That’s not how they’ve been writing Kurt and Blaine. While I’ve never felt they were well developed as a couple, the characters have always been written as 2 people in love based on a connection as opposed to base physical attraction. I think that’s a stark contrast that some fans are missing looking at the episode. Kurt was physically attracted to a guy that showed interest in him, and Kurt had just been cheated on by his love and he’s never had guys knocking down the door so this scene I can buy somewhat. I don’t think the scene was executed well and I’m not defending the episode, but to me the scene represented everything that Klaine isn’t and never will be and I’m fine with that. Based on what the couple is supposed to represent, a love that can stand the test of hardships and naysayers, I think the writers are trying to write Klaine as a couple that experiences love in it’s purest form, but they have managed to suck all the passion out of the characters in doing so. Love is also about being passionate and the writers have managed to give passion to other couples and miss the love altogether. NOTE TO GLEE WRITERS:YOU CAN BE IN LOVE AND BE PASSIONATE and vice versa!
I’ve rambled on long enough.
this was pretty cool.
Except then, the newly formed band (Pamela Lansbury, which, okay, fine) and the New Directions launch into a joint rendition of “Roar,” during which Kurt (who is, again, the proud founder of a new band) doesn’t have a solo. He barely sings at all. Loincloths and vine-swinging notwithstanding, that oversight spoils the number, and maybe even the entire episode. Like, you wrote an episode of television about a person who starts a band. How hard is it — on a show that is about people singing — to end that episode with that person singing a song with that band? From the look of “Roar,” Kurt has finally achieved his dream of being a different kind of backup singer. Score!
You can almost smell the love Bradley has for Colin.
I’m a huge fanboy of everything. And I was a fan of this franchise for a really long time—it was this television show that was just ending— called “Avatar: The Last Airbender”. If you have not watched this show, you have to check it out. It probably has the best voice actors of all time—it’s so good. Beautiful storytelling, beautiful artwork, incredible series. Anyways, so I’m nerding out with this complete stranger [casting director Scott David] like, “Yeah, I really like this show and you know they’re going to make a movie of it?” And he was like, “Yeah, I know the casting director.” “…What?” So we just got to talking about this movie. It ended up being an awful movie, so don’t go see it. It was fucking awful. I can say “fuck” right? I’m trying to connect to the kids, man. I’m trying to sugar coat it with cuss words to give it heart. So anyways, the point was, he kind of off hand was like, “Well yeah, I know the casting director of that and you should meet this agent.” Literally three hours later he was like, “Do you know what this is?” and there was a big sign in front of us that said UTA. And UTA was this big old corporate agency out in LA that represented Johnny Depp and Harrison Ford and I’m looking at him like “Are you crazy? You don’t even know me, man! Like I could be the WORST actor you’ve ever met.” But just kind of offbeat and nice he was like, “Yeah, you should have a meeting with him. I’ll schedule it.” And I was completely dumbfounded by this. So I got in my friends beat-up Station Wagon and drove up to the Beverly Hills UTA, with all these guys throwing tips to the valets in their hot Jaguars. And I’m like coming out with my busted-up jeans and my old raggedy-ass car being like “Whaddup?