Lea Michele Honors Cory Monteith After 100th ‘Glee’ Episode

Wed, March 19, 2014 9:57am EST by 14 Comments
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lhg

Posted at 4:49 PM on March 26, 2014  

I enjoyed their show and cried like a baby at the end. I am a 54 year old woman and lost the love of my life when I was 24. I think Lea has done very well for what she has went thru. she will never forget Cory and yes he has a piece of her heart that no one else will ever get. I think Glee was one of the best shows ever on Tv and I will miss it. But its not the same without Cory.

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Sharon

Posted at 1:16 PM on March 21, 2014  

I love that comment “let go”. Are you kidding me. It has only been 7 months. In one interview she stated that she knew a love with him that many people will never experience. I know such love. You don’t just forget and let go. It would disgust me if she did. A love so deep can not/will not be forgotten. He has a piece of her heart that no one else will ever have. It doesn’t mean that she won’t love again, he just wont get that part of her heart. You never forget. Talking about him makes you feel like it’s not gone…you need to hang onto something and memories and pictures are all she has. She needs to heal in her time…not ours.

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Marie

Posted at 10:53 AM on March 20, 2014  

Remembering our departed loved ones is one way of acknowledging their importance in our lives. Lea mentions Cory because he was an important part of her life. No one has the right to judge her that she is milking his death. It is more insensitive of her if she would just forget everything about Cory.

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yepyepeyp

Posted at 8:59 PM on March 19, 2014  

end this crappy show! no one watches it, its a fudge fest!!!

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woobie21

Posted at 9:29 PM on March 19, 2014  

No one is forcing you to watch it. You can always change the channel or not read articles on the show if you detest it so much.

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betty

Posted at 2:00 PM on March 19, 2014  

To see the original actors singing together in the choir room again, I kept noticing that Finn was missing. Then I understood much more clearly why the high school storyline had to be let go, besides other reasons as well, that there is less glee in Lima. For the show to really move forward, the characters need to move forward to grow up, like the original audience members in the real world. I am not a regular viewer, but I enjoyed it.

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Sel

Posted at 12:10 PM on March 19, 2014  

She needs to let go…

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woobie21

Posted at 12:13 PM on March 19, 2014  

Yeah, because it’s so easy to “let go” of all the memories she and the other cast members had with him. It’s called cherishing memories and sharing them. Grief has no time limit.

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Gunny

Posted at 12:59 PM on March 19, 2014  

I agree. It’s important to remember and what does “let go” mean? Never talk about him, burn all the pictures? Some people have either never loved and lost or their hearts have hardened.

 
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Yuck

Posted at 10:52 AM on March 19, 2014  

Enough…stop promoting his death and let him rest in peace. Lea Michelle already milked it for all the attention she could get on her own.

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Gunny

Posted at 1:06 PM on March 19, 2014  

He would be more in piece if his friends and loved ones stopped thinking and talking about him. How does that work?

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Me

Posted at 10:07 PM on March 19, 2014  

She has not milked his death. He was the person that she’d planned on spending her life with. His character Finn was a very important part of this cast and if Glee hadn’t included him in this milestone it wouldn’t had been such an amazing episode. Thank you Glee for including Cory/Finn we miss him.

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Terri

Posted at 10:49 AM on March 19, 2014  

The episode was ok, but the fact that Rachel has not really dealt with Finn’s death in any significant way is a bit ludicrous. You can’t kill off the love of her life, as Finn was, and have her not even mourn him or mention him for weeks. If they were not ready to deal with the difficult subject of his death, why did they even kill him? Just send him off to Africa on some teaching mission and leave it at that. We know the writers have the ability to do this justice, but they are apparently choosing not to.

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JMJ

Posted at 3:16 PM on March 19, 2014  

This comment is really funny because you indicate that Rachel hasn’t dealt with Finn’s death. Then you have another commenter above who says she mentions him too much and needs to “let go.” No one on this show is ever going to make the public satisfied. If they talk about Cory/Finn, they are “milking” his death. If they don’t talk about him, then they aren’t mourning or missing him. This show has suffered an imaginable and incredible loss of one of its core members. I think they are doing the best that they can in this situation. They did a beautiful tribute episode in his honor and they continue to talk about his loss. That’s how it is in real life too. His plaque hangs in the choir room so even if his name isn’t mentioned out loud, then he is still there with him and on their mind each time they walk in that room.

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