Lives hung in the balance on the ‘Glee’ winter finale, as the New Directions prepared to perform at Regionals.
The catalyst for most of what happened on the Feb. 21 episode of Glee was David Karofsky’s (Max Adler) suicide attempt. After being spotted with Kurt (Chris Colfer) at Breadstix, Karofsky was tormented by his classmates. Unable to deal with the humiliation of being outed, he tried to hang himself in his closet. Regardless of what he put Kurt through last season, it was hard watching a teary-eyed Karofsky lay out his suit in preparation for the act. Thankfully, his father caught him in the nick of time.
‘Glee’ failed to deliver on the big prom episode, but next week comes the big death everyone has been talking about!
Glee, after a block of some very solid episodes, managed to be a total letdown as the kids did prom. The plot lines were ridiculous, the story muddled and please, please NEVER cover an Adele song again — no one is ever going to sing it better than she does! Also, someone it seems is going to die on prom night — but who?
It was all about Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison in the beginning, then Lea Michele and Chris Colfer, but the best thing ‘Glee’ has done this season is highlight Heather Morris and the truly, truly Emmy worthy Naya — who made the much hyped Lady Gaga episode HER show!
Awards mean nothing to actors, just ask them! But after a season of recaps and endless praise it has become so clear that of every supporting female actor on a television comedy, my sincere, sincere apologies Jane Krakowski, Brie Larson, Julie Bowen, Gleek Heather Morris and Kaitlin Olson, Naya Rivera deserves an Emmy for her equally heartbreaking and hysterical work on Glee.
Sure, Sue tried to destroy the glee club for the umpteenth time (new plot line guys?), but the supporting cast got their chance to shine!
No matter what complaints people may have about Glee, no show better utilizes their entire cast. Every single actor on Glee gets their chance to shine, however briefly, and this episode proved it.