At one point in "The Quarterback," Sue Sylvester postulated that maybe there was no message here, "maybe he's just gone," and with those words, Glee managed to be so true to life, even in its infuriatingly unrealistic (at times) fantasy land, that all I c more
What is there really to say? Glee ‘s tribute to both Cory Montieth and the character he played was as imperfect, heartfelt and emotional as the show always has been. There was as honesty to the episode and the tears that were shed that is almost too much more
The trouble with rewatching Glee in the wake of Cory Monteith’s death is that Finn Hudson becomes a man tied to railway tracks from his very first appearance in the pilot onward. Finn’s death doesn’t negate his Nationals trophy or his loving relati more
After last week's emotional previews for tonight's episode of Glee , one thing was clear. There would be tears. And there were. How do you say goodbye to someone who died so suddenly? What does that look like?
" The Quarterback " answered those qu more
Glee paid tribute to their quarterback, their leader, in an emotional episode titled "The Quarterback." It allowed those who were close to him to grieve and mourn together. They shared memories, tears and laughter as they remembered their friend and son. more