'Glee' recap: Reason feuds with sanity

While "Feud" is a perfectly decent episode of "Glee," the episode also demonstrates everything problematic about the show as a whole. Every one of the many, many stories woven together in a complicated, lumpy tapestry made up of both a reasonable plot and sheer insanity.High-class gigolos and the actual class of SantanaLife is complicated in New York City. It also makes sense only intermittently. Essentially, sense and logic are embodied by one person: Santana (Naya Rivera). Everyone and everything else is nutty.First of all, we have the pregnancy false alarm. Rachel (Lea Michele) was going to have to face the consequence of her actions -- and those consequences could have been disastrous. Now... Not so much. She's just got boy problems. Again.Santana calls it perfectly: "Rachel, you can't just blow past this like nothing ever happened."Substitute "Rachel" with "Glee," and you have my biggest complaint about this show over the past several years. This...



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