Why: She’s still perfectly bitchy, after all of these years. Surely Yale has some kind of internship programming or summer course-crossover with New York City, right? At the very least, the writers can make one up so that Quinn can tell us more about her affairs with older professors, occasionally hook up with chicks and just genuinely brighten up every scene.
Provisions: No ridiculously offensive and unnecessary jabs at lesbians.
It was a huge mistake — HUGE — to pair the old and the new versions of these characters with each other tonight because it’s just reminding us how frigging dull the new versions really are.
- Demian, summing it up nicely, Glee 4-8 “Thanksgiving” Recap
At least one couple is breaking on Glee tonight, but on the bright side, nothing will ever come between Rachel and Quinn, the ultimate HoYay! Couple in our hearts.
There are only a few days left to vote in this round of the 2012 Tubey Awards, which means you’ve got to get your ass in gear if you feel strongly about the Supporting Actor/Actress Deserving of a Starring Role.
I started watching this episode with a friend, who saw the episode title “Actability,” and said, “Is this a thing? They make up words and it’s supposed to be funny?” and I realized how far down the rabbit hole I had fallen. I saw that stupid, made-up word, and just shrugged, thinking to myself, “It will be about acting this week.”
- Carla Patton, whose rabbit hole we are also currently dwelling in, The Glee Project 2-10 “Actability” Weecap
Seriously though, if you haven’t seen this show, I highly recommend it, as The Glee Project is the most unintentionally hilarious show on television.