A Time for Glee

Dear Glee Writers,

I have, just now, become up to date with Glee Season 2 and I was wondering if you realised that the Gleeks (and everyone in Lima) appear to live in this alternative universe where time doesn’t matter? Also, how is it that New Directions can be so good without ever having to rehearse?

Being that I am now re-acquainted with Glee means I have been introduced to the newest cast member, Blaine and also Dalton Academy. I’m wondering if the Dalton Academy boys are so brainwashed that they wear their ugly blazers and grey pants all day, every day? I’d really like to see a bit of skin if you wouldn’t mind. Or even if they could try taking off the tie. Baby steps after all.

A big gripe I have with this season is the RHPS episode. Where was Puck? I know he was meant to be in Juvie but why was he written out of this episode? I had such high hopes of seeing him as Frank N Furter! I think a piece of me died when Mercedes ended up doing it – fortunately Sam got to be Rocky. I’ll admit he was kind of perfect for that.

I’m not sure you’re aware of this but have you noticed that Rachel and Finn are kind of the Kate and jack (Lost) of this show? Basically, what I’m getting at is that no one actually like their characters! I tend to fast forward or mute anything that either of them has to say and if I could wipe the image of Finn’s terrible zombie impersonation (which I wouldn’t have thought would be a huge stretch for Finn) from my mind I would.

But seriously, you need to explore your other characters a bit more. What about the gorgeous Puck (and not his ‘thug’ scenes don’t count) and Santana? How about a bit more Tina? Really, anything to have a bit less Rachel.

You really have a lot of work ahead of you to come back to the standards of Season 1. I recommend having Puck and Blaine walk around with no shirts to begin with. I’m sure you can work it out from there.

Yours Sincerely,

Kalliste

7 comments

  1. Clem says:

    Puck wasn’t in the episode because Mark Salling (the actor) had to do promo for his new album. I agree that he needs more screen time, though. He’s my favourite character for sure.

    I actually like Finn as a character, but I am becoming increasingly fed up with the show as a whole because it’s getting SO ridiculous, and not in a fun/good way.

  2. Kendra says:

    Pahah, I can’t really relate because I don’t watch Glee. I’ve actually just never seen it. It gets a lot of hype, though. I’d probably love it if I ever actually saw it.

    Haha, I see what you mean. I don’t think we need a day to “show someone we love them”. I think we need a day to be reminded of love in general and how great it is – to appreciate the concept I guess. I know Eric loves me, but on Valentine’s Day I get to reflect on it more and devote more of my thoughts to it. Learn to really appreciate love.

  3. Clarisse says:

    I have to agree that this season of Glee’s pretty messed up. I don’t even watch it anymore because, frankly, it isn’t even worth my time.

    For me, it just seems like the writers are getting lazy. The entire plot is just extremely inconsistent; it’s like one opposite they’re doing one thing, and the next episode they’re doing something entirely different. Also, when certain artists or songs are popular, they just try to force the songs into the story line, even though their relations to the story are close to nothing.

    Finn and Rachel seem too self-centered sometimes, and it seems a bit out of place, since it wasn’t like that the season before.

    They leave parts of the plot hanging a lot, like how last season ended with Puck saying he loved Quinn, and how this season it’s like nothing ever happened between them, when it seemed like something was just about to start.

    I just hate Glee now, honestly.

  4. Vera says:

    I resisted watching Season 1 for the longest time, then I did a marathon during Christmas… out of which I really rushed through the last few episodes. Then, just when I was ready to start Season 2, one of my friends tells me it’s the worst show ever. So I’m back to just liking the soundtrack.

    As for Rachel and Finn: bleah! More Rachel really… she was funny in the beginning, but it got old fast. I still like Leah Michelle’s singing voice a lot, but the character’s majorly annoying. I do like Quinn though. ๐Ÿ™‚

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