**If you haven watched The Quaterback episode of Glee and plan to, avoid this post. Mildly spoiler-ish**.
I’m a Gleek. Well, I used to be. I just could not get into the new crop of students last year and watched maybe thee episodes.
I was sad to hear about Corey Monteith’s death over the summer. I know he died due to excess, but a death is still a death. He was loved, he is mourned and missed. How he died doesn’t matter to his loved ones.
I knew I shouldn’t watch the episode dedicated to Finn, but I felt I needed to. It was a chance to see the characters I liked. From the moment I head the first notes of “Seasons of Love,” I was gone. Ugly crying.
Finn’s family packing up his room destroyed me. A childless parent beaks my heart. Romy Rosemont and Mike O’Malley had me sobbing. Seeing the three of them huddled and sobbing in the center of the room was too much. My daughter is 19 (like Finn) and I had to give her a hug. She told me I should stop watching. But then I was ok.
Santana shoving Sue – thank you for saying things so may of us wanted to say
Puck stealing the tree – perfect
Rachael showing up – heartbreaking
Mr. Shue – a little confusing
Yes, I cried and I’m not ashamed to admit it.
Did you watch it?