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Let’s be honest. This episode, “Funk,” was…a bit unpolished, to put it kindly. So much of it was pure filler that has no repercussions on anything whatsoever, and the stuff that did have an impact on our characters was, for the most part, frustrating and incoherent. It’s like the writers blew their loads a bit too early in the back nine and simply ran out of stuff they wanted to write about, so they just threw a bunch of random events in here to pad time and hoped for the best. Was this supposed to be intentionally metatextual or something? The fact that the New Directions were in such a funk that the episode itself felt like it was in a funk?
God, I hope not. That would be so obnoxious.
In this entry: Deciphering Jesse’s motivations, pontificating on canon, and some cultural nuances of Quinncedes.
Uh, by “Wheels”, I think you actually mean “Dream On”…
12. Dog Days Are Over (Tina Cohen-Chang and Mercedes Jones)
People were sick and absent and they were able to step up and carry that show! They did an incredible job and they deserve so much respect!
FIERCE, STUNNING, BEAUTIFUL, FLAWLESS, UNDERRATED AS FUCK, etc
FINE FRESH FIERCE AND UNDERAPPRECIATED AS HELL.