I actually stopped trying to figure out what spoilers mean because I think logically and realistically which do not seem to be the writers of Glee’s forte but…
Seems like much has been noted about the season 6 time jump. That’s probably less than the amount of time they jumped in season 5, from graduation until after Christmas.
If it is true that Kurt is chasing after Blaine (again), I actually would enjoy that. The main reason is that there has been so much opinion that Blaine is so overbearing towards Kurt, practically forcing him to be in the relationship that it would be great to have Kurt have a chance to step back and see that he does, indeed, love Blaine and want to be only with him. I sure wish that (although Blaine is my favorite character) the Season 2 Blaine would resurface, hair and all.
Heard the song “Raise Your Glass” on my iPod today. Probably my all time favorite Warbler song and performance so I had to re-watch “Original Songs” since it is also one of my all time favorite Glee episodes. I’m always so moved by the scenes between Kurt and Blaine but today, what really brought an unexpected surge of feeling, was a shot of Finn backstage, watching Rachel sing “Get It Right”. The admiration, the realization of his feelings for Rachel, all expressed without any words just blew me away. The guy was such an under appreciated actor. He just made such a difficult characterization seem effortless. I really miss his presence on the show.
Not saying I don’t hate the idea of Kurt/Blaine being apart but I can’t help but wonder if the same people that are hating Blaine/Karofsky, calling it a total betrayal by Blaine are not the same people that were all for a Kurt/Karofsky relationship, which was much worse.
Wow. Been a long time since I posted. Not since going to the Chris Colfer book signing. Just thought I’d take a minute and weigh in on the spoilers. After reading them I decided I’m not going to take much time worrying about them. I don’t think they’ve ever played out the way I’ve thought and often too much angst is spent over nothing. I still think Blaine and Kurt will end up married. It will be disappointed if the last weeks of the series are spent reuniting them again. I guess that story arc worked out so well the first time they felt it necessary to repeat it.That being said, I guess I’ll just watch the ending play out and try to appreciate the talented cast and crew perform for the last times as a group, knowing the hours of joy they have given so many.
I’m not too concerned about the announcement of the new characters. If they are going to go back to the original concept, you have to have some students. I’m hoping though that they won’t have much focus but be more like background noise for my favorite characters.