‘Glee’ Recap: Rachel & New Directions Say Goodbye To Finn Hudson

Thu, October 10, 2013 10:20pm EDT by 36 Comments 13,131 Article Views
Glee Finn Dies Tribute
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Hope Glee Fan

Posted at 12:20 AM on July 14, 2014  

my dad always said don’t blame the gun blame the person and in this case don’t blame the drug blame Cory and i’m not trying to be mean but it was his fault for his death

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Micah

Posted at 10:46 PM on September 7, 2014  

what the hell man

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jazmin whitchurch

Posted at 9:20 PM on May 5, 2014  

I’m so sorry Lea Michele I know how important he was , I didn’t really know Cory but I just wanted to say how sorry I am and how much I miss him he was one of my idols and he shouldn’t be remembered because of his addiction I’ll always miss him I love him R.I.P

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michelle Mazur

Posted at 1:28 PM on March 14, 2014  

Finn Hudson was the hottest guy on glee and I feel very bad for his girlfriend Rachel Berry who must still be grieving his loss. i know i still am. Cory Monteith we will always love u and miss you.

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Jasmin

Posted at 11:35 PM on December 30, 2013  

Eveyday i would cry for finn i love u and miss u R I P

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Nikki

Posted at 9:53 AM on November 6, 2013  

Why didn’t Quinn and Brittany come??????

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KIRSTAN

Posted at 5:14 PM on November 3, 2013  

FINN WAS A GOOD PERSON AND I CRYED ALL DAY AFTER I HEARD WHAT HAPPEND WE LOVE U FINN.

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Temi

Posted at 3:24 AM on October 25, 2013  

I had to stop the episode at the 6th minute to calm down a bit. I was literally in tears from the first song till the last second. I never knew him as anything other than Finn but i still feel so sad. I cant imagine how the people that actually knew him must feel. Yes he died due to addiction and thats sad but it doesnt diminish his effect on people. Focusing on the addiction isnt fair to his memory. One thing is for sure…he will be missed.

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dana

Posted at 5:22 PM on October 24, 2013  

i thought that i’m strong enough to watch it but i stopped the video after the first song , my eyes full of tears and my head spinning…and i….still can’t make it…
Guess i love this show to the content that i didn’t even imagine and this hurts so so much.
Hurts to know that he isn’t here … no more.

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Takelp (@Takelp1)

Posted at 4:46 PM on October 11, 2013  

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Alt89

Posted at 12:28 PM on October 11, 2013  

What I didn’t understand is why Finn (the character) died in the show. I don’t remember anyone mentioning a reason, it was all about the grieving of the living.

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heather

Posted at 2:27 PM on October 11, 2013  

they didnt give a reason, they prolly wont give a reason, kurt said in the beginning everyone is asking how he died, but it doesnt matter.

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Ellen A. Dupree (@EllenADupree)

Posted at 4:15 PM on October 11, 2013  

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Deb, Glee fan

Posted at 11:45 AM on October 11, 2013  

Two of the saddest songs ever in one hour, but it fit so well. People always want to look at the issue a person has and not the person. Cory will be missed, even if many only knew him as Finn. I certainly hope Lea will be able to move on a little later in life when she’s ready.

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Doctor Rockso

Posted at 11:06 AM on October 11, 2013  

I do cocaine

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Maria

Posted at 7:36 AM on October 11, 2013  

So sad about cory monteith died and its on the show yesterday with the episode the quarterback

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LittleMo

Posted at 5:49 AM on October 11, 2013  

Loss of life is always sad, especially when it’s a young person. However, Corey was a junkie and I don’t get this ongoing and intense grieving for someone whose life was cut short because of a deadly habit they couldn’t and/or wouldn’t and in the end didn’t get clean from. The media is vlifying Lamara Odom for accusations of crack and alcohol abuse but Lamar’s troubles started fairly recently and were much less severe than Corey’s have been. Corey has been a severe addict since his teens. Why are so many people sweeping that under the rug and showing so much admiration for a drug addict? Fans applaud Lea Michele for sticking by Corey but how many people would ever tolerate their daughter, sister, friend, etc. dating a drug addict? And whether anyone wants to admit it or not, whether anyone likes it or not Corey Montetih was just a junkie.

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Elena

Posted at 9:10 AM on October 11, 2013  

That is disgusting. Addiction is a mental illness. He suffered from it for years and tried to get better, he submitted himself into rehab a few months before he died to get help. It’s a disease and the fact that you are pushing aside the terrible loss of such a wonderful person is absolutely disgusting. People aren’t ”sweeping his drug addiction under the rug”. The fact that he died of an overdose is unimportant and irrelevant when compared to the effect he had on people. He was an amazing person, and he brought hope and happiness to so many people’s lives. Just do some research, and you’ll see how he gave time and money to charity. His cast mates and best friends, his mother and father, the love of his life Lea Michele and all the fans of Glee around the world who loved and admired him won’t care about how he died, because it’s not how he died that’s important. What’s important is the life he lived, and when he was alive, Cory Monteith was far, far, far more than ”just a junkie”, and he will be remembered for his kind heart and beautiful spirit, not his mental illness.
And by the way, it’s Cory, not Corey. Try to have some respect and stop spewing hatred.

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Reality Check

Posted at 8:20 PM on October 11, 2013  

You barely got through one sentence before condemning the public grieving of the loss of one of TV’s most popular characters Yes, I think it’s perverse how we mourn the death of an actor on TV at the height of his popularity through the loss of his Glee character but I don’t think it’s fair to diminish his life because he had a deadly and powerful addiction. I due believe they are sweeping his addiction under the rug in Glee because it doesn’t fit their “script”. That is hugely unfortunate.

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oxbow11

Posted at 10:59 AM on August 9, 2014  

I am recent glee fan just started watching re runs in the UK and i love it, sad about cory such a young life to waste, His choice to take drugs though feel for his family who probably could do nothing. The good die young it seems, look back over the years its not a new thing, Marilyn Monroe, Jimi Hendrix, more recently amy whinehouse Phillip Seymour Hoffman. Who knows what demons drive these people to drugs, I am child of the 60’s and there are many people lucky to still be here after taking drugs and had a lucky escape. I am a 60 year old grandma who just enjoys the songs and performances in this programme and make no judgements about people.

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Kristen

Posted at 4:38 AM on October 11, 2013  

too much. as an actor, as he played finn. we miss him. but it is much more than that. which is even harder..

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kewe88m

Posted at 1:46 AM on October 11, 2013  

Goodbye Cory Monteith
Though I never knew you at all
You had the grace to hold yourself
While those around you crawled
They crawled out of the woodwork
And they whispered into your brain
They set you on the treadmill
And they made you change your name

And it seems to me you lived your life
Like a candle in the wind
Never knowing who to cling to
When the rain set in
And I would have liked to have known you
But I was just a kid
Your candle burned out long before
Your legend ever did

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Frances

Posted at 1:10 PM on October 11, 2013  

(Y)

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Frances

Posted at 1:11 PM on October 11, 2013  

Rest in peace Cory. (Finn)

 
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Anne

Posted at 12:29 AM on October 11, 2013  

That was the hardest hour of television I have ever watched. It’s so sad to know a young man died for nothing. Rest in peace Cory. You will be remembered.

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Yasmin

Posted at 4:23 AM on October 11, 2013  

so true, I couldn’t stop crying. I think the creators and actors payed a wonderful tribute. Mr. Schu bawling at the end broke me down. R.I.P. Cory (Finn)

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Frances

Posted at 1:12 PM on October 11, 2013  

It was a beautiful tribute to Cory (Finn)

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Smirk

Posted at 11:35 PM on October 10, 2013  

Good grief, I hope Mr Schu wasn’t balling… Bawling maybe, but not balling.

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Sandra

Posted at 11:30 PM on October 10, 2013  

Thought the episode was very good – however I missed Quinn and Britany not being there – wonder why they were not part of this show since they were on from the beginning?

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Simone

Posted at 1:23 AM on October 11, 2013  

I can’t say why Dianna (Quinn) wasn’t there, but Heather (Brittany) would’ve been highly pregnant when this episode was shot – I’m guessing it’s due to that.

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heather

Posted at 2:31 PM on October 11, 2013  

heather was still pregnant, and i seen for dianna it was just a scheduling conflict, she did have that movie coming out when they flimed it.

 
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so beautiful

Posted at 10:37 PM on October 10, 2013  

amazing episode, it was so beautiful and respectful

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ourdalyplate

Posted at 10:30 PM on October 10, 2013  

What was the quote on the plaque that they hung at the end?

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cute

Posted at 10:39 PM on October 10, 2013  

“the show must go…allover the place…or something” he said it to rachel season 2 i think.

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Limixn321

Posted at 5:10 AM on October 11, 2013  

I have been a huge Glee fan since season 1 episode 1 and there have been more than a few moments where I teared up. This episode was the hardest, most memorable episode to watch. From opening song to Mr. Shu breaking down, I was in tears. I have never cried so hard, felt so much pain, It felt as if I lost my best friend. All I have left to say is thank you to the writers, director and the cast of Glee for making a beautiful tribute to Cory and to let us share in your love and pain at his loss. Thank you.

 
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