“Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)” - Glee
It’s basically a Blinn duet. Whyyy was it not in the episode? Damn.
I haven’t seen the last couple episodes of Glee, so I watched them last night when I couldn’t sleep and was PMSing. I wasn’t overwhelmed, but the whole third season was basically crap, save a few episodes. The last two weren’t the best by far, but they were alright. Wasn’t too impressed, but there were a few good moments. I miss the good old days of Kurtofsky, haha.
Okay, so I haven’t even seen the last two episodes of Glee, and I ship me some Andercest, but I still love me some Blinn.
FAVOURITE SHIPS: Blaine/Cooper, Glee
“We’re not just brothers, right?”
I was not excited for the rest of Glee until this.
These brothers. Blaine and Cooper.
I ship them. Oh, yes.
Do they have a ship name yet?
I don’t care that Max Adler can’t see the potential Kurtofsky has. So many others see it, and it’s right there in every scene these two boys have together. The chemistry is just through the roof.
#this is not subtext okay? #this is flat out Quinn confirming that Rachel doesn’t have feelings for anyone else #and by anyone else #she means her #Quinn #Quinn asking Rachel if there is a possibility that maybe Rachel thinks about her #the same way she does #and when she thinks that rachel doesn’t #when she’s sure rachel doesn’t #she accepts that she just wants Rachel to be happy #even if it’s not with her #because that’s what love looks like kids
If Quinn’s dialogue here isn’t obvious enough of her unrequited feelings for Rachel, then her facial expressions say it all.
Since Blaine missed out on Ms Pillsbury’s pamphlets Finn decides to share with him some sage advice on being a man.
Finn: How come we never do this?
I adore all three of them.