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…
It seems New Girl has made it a priority, and a sort of twisted game, to see how many tired, old, eye-roll-inducing sitcom tropes it can cram into an episode that still manages to be AMAZING.
Putting aside my frustration with Dean as both a character and a human being, "I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here" was a strong season opener.
"Tina in the Sky With Diamonds" was somewhat predictable, but its coherent story was a big improvement over the WTF-ery of the Season 5 premiere.
Not gonna lieI had to watch this episode twice to truly form an opinion on it. And while I doubt it will end up on my list of awesome Season 3 episodes, after a second viewing, my initial WTF reaction…
Glee returned for its fifth season by dumping a Beatles-flavored slushy on our heads.
"Levitate Me" didn't really get us any closer to finding out the truth about Teo, or closer to any kind of resolution of anything we saw this season,
I couldn't help but snicker at poor Scottie trying to make her point about loyalty and asking Harvey if he would just throw someone under the proverbial bus after working side-by-side with them for ten years. Woman, where have you been all season?
IDK about you but I am "all in" for the impending awesomeness of Season 3! Bust out the monkey-shaped pinatas!