Sorry but I have to say this:
All the cracky scenes felt so out of place in the episode… And it kinda ruined the overall effect, it felt like watching two completely different things but at the same time…
I’m not saying the episod was bad, it was powerful and intense. The acting was impressive on all front.
But did they really have to do all the cracky stuff ?(serenading the cat, that ‘your song’ scene *so awkward…* …) it just felt out of place in the episode.
The conclusion of the shooting is not good at all… That Sue took the blame and is protecting Becky (although she really isn’t because Becky needs help!!!! ) I doubt there’s going to be any kind of follow up but I really hope I’m wrong and since a Becky storyline was mentioned, I hope it was not just the one episode but an arc where she either confesses or Sue tells the truth because you can’t just show that episode and not have a proper conclusion to the shooting storyline. Because right now, not only the students, who believe it was Sue, may feel safe again while this could not be entirely over, but also Becky, seriously if they leave that storyline there, then I have no hope left for the show…
I only enjoyed the Blam scenes and the last scene with Sam and Artie
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Chris losing his footing on set. x
The fact that when Chris lost his footing and in the verge of possible falling, Darren quickly hold out his arms, legs far apart to brace himself so he can catch Chris if he falls, and on the second gif, Chris trying to regain his footing back himself, and Darren trying to help him by not helping him; didn’t touch Chris because he believe in Chris, that amazing, talented Chris Colfer can do this without his help and
I;MM CRYING ABND SOBBVING WHHY IAM DOING TGHIS TO MYSEDLF