Cute, a very awkward tall person. I think he is cute. Although he is getting in the way of faberry. I think he is very cute. Awwww what a very awkward guy :3 He’s so cute and his kinda responsible too. awww. (back in season one i used to ship finn and kurt)
“And with “Glee,” you can always count on the writers to screw things up whenever they threaten to get good. Like how did the story of Santana’s coming out — marvelously acted by Naya Rivera — get drowned in the reprecussion-free hideousness of Finn’s involvement?”—
I miss not just the quirky one liners, the solos, the interaction with the Glee club but how intelligent she was when it came to Santana. How she chased after Santana in Prom Queen and gave her the best pep talk and told her she believed in her. She encouraged Santana to talk about their feelings, the interaction with Santana and mostly how she told her she loved her, not once or twice but at least three times… And they weren’t even dating.
Sugar is from the future where time travel is possible. What if artificial intelligence had also become advanced enough to look human? She could program his responses to take the role of her father. She could also control him by touch, which is why her hands…
Hey remember that time in Rumours where Brittany had a conversation with Santana about meaningful stuff like coming on Fondue for Two and asking her to prom and why she can’t sing that in front of everyone else. And how Britt talked about Santana and stuck up for her when talking to Artie. That was nice. I miss S&B conversations.
And I won’t disagree with anyone that this is a FRICKIN’ MESSED UP MOVIE.
But I DO disagree to people who found it bad. xD
I mean, okay, at the end, it was just really really REALLY screwed up. But at the start… I actually enjoyed it a lot. :))
Like, since it was labeled as a thriller, I was all ready to be scared out of my wits. But Dren was weirdly cute as a baby, and FRIGGIN’ ADORABLE AS A CHILD. Like I had so many conflicted feelings. And I really really didn’t want to hate that ridiculously cute thing and I was wishing and hoping that it wouldn’t go on a killing rampage.
Then when she became an adolescent/adult(?) I was constantly thinking: DAAAMN, if they made a television series like this it’d be AWESOME.
Just imagine it. A series of episodes telling the story of a dysfunctional family as they go through problem after miscommunication after problem. Oh, and their child’s adopted. And a genetically engineered hybrid.
Yeeaahhh. I would tune into THAT every week.
I’d be pretty damn excited before every episode.
(But towards the end, when the movie felt less like Rise of the Planet of the Apes and more like Orphan, I got kinda weirded out.)
(still, it was a pretty cool movie. as MESSED UP LIKE HELL as it was. especially at the end)
Well tonight is Glee. I’ve already stated how disappointed I was with the last episodeand the even the one before that. Both concern a poorly mismanaged outing of Santana. Seriously what were the writers thinking? Have they absolutely given up?