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Legendary Actress Shirley MacLaine Guest-Stars
Rachel jeopardizes her “Funny Girl” lead when she auditions for a television pilot. Meanwhile, Mercedes (guest star Amber Riley) tries to help get Santana in on her recording deal, and Blaine befriends an older, rich socialite (guest star Shirley MacLaine) in the all-new “Back-Up Plan” episode of GLEE airing Tuesday, April 29 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (GLE-518) (TV-14 D, L)
Cast: Lea Michele as Rachel Berry; Naya Rivera as Santana Lopez; Chris Colfer as Kurt Hummel; Amber Riley as Mercedes Jones; Darren Criss as Blaine Anderson; Chord Overstreet as Sam Evans.
Guest Cast: Shirley MacLaine as June Dolloway.
She deleted the tweets, which makes me think that this implies that Mercedes decides not to sleep with Sam, and I can’t tell you how much that pleases me. Now that’s a story we haven’t seen yet. And it’s an important one to tell, too.
Yes. Both the song ‘Let’s Wait A While’ and Sam’s request for the abstinence club what looks to me to be later in the ep (post Artie knowing he has an STD because that’s how it makes sense) make it pretty clear that Mercedes is going to choose to wait a while…
So this whole episode tweeting thing they’re doing tonight… I’m jsut gonna suggest lots of positive tweets (especially towards RM) about NYC Glee. Because we’ve all LOVED it so far. And it’s miles ahead of where it was, and I know that interview has gotten people upset, but let’s be nice and friendly when we tweet him, okay? Say what you want to say, but say it in a way that makes them see where we’d like the narrative to go.
"NYC Glee is AMAZING! More pls!"
"Loving Klaine in NYC! Will they live together again?"
"Keep NYC Glee, we all love it SO MUCH!"
Stuff like that, instead of devolving into hate and rudeness as often times happens. Let them KNOW what we’re enjoying, so they will hopefully go “hey, they’re really liking this. We should do more of that/this next season”
Now is a good time to ask questions (nicely) so we can get a better idea of what the heck that interview was trying to say. Cause it was pretty vague and scattered at best.
Happy tweets, happy thoughts, happy and growing and learning about themselves and them and each other Klaine! :D
BE AS OBNOXIOUS ABOUT LOVING NYC AND KLAINE AS POSSIBLE
BE SUPER ANNOYING
JUST BE REALLY IRRITATINGLY POSITIVE (NO HATE, THEY’LL JUST GET PISSY)
Protip, guys: It has been shown time and time again that they will actively search out negative comments to reply to in order to handwave the actual point the poorly worded comment was trying to make. So don’t make it so easy for them.
Don’t attack anyone. Use pointed positivity to get your point across. In general, animosity isn’t exactly a good way to buffer your defense anyway.
The only explosive dynamic I deserve to see re Klaine in the season 5 finale is they eloped and season 6 is them trying to hide it from everyone so they can still have a wedding and register for presents
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Glee's sixth and final season is starting to take shape.
Following the July death of star Cory Monteith — whose Finn Hudson was the cornerstone of the show’s Ohio-set high school storyline — showrunner Ryan Murphy shifted the Fox musical to New York full-time. The move, he says, has rejuvenated the series that he admits stumbled a bit at the start of its current fifth season when it attempted to hold on to its McKinley High School setting.
"The big plan of what the series was going to be and how it was going to end was radically changed when Cory passed away. His character, Finn, was going to take over the glee club and Rachel was going to go off on her New York adventures," Murphy told a small group of reporters Monday during a semi-exclusive conference call that included The Hollywood Reporter. "Once Cory passed away, that part of the story as we had imagined it just didn’t make any sense anymore — and it felt bad, to be quite honest. [The writers] made a decision that the freshest thing to do would be a complete clean start, so we really accelerated all those New York stories."
The move, he stressed, has helped Glee return to its roots. The show now focuses on a smaller group of original core characters, including Rachel (Lea Michele), Kurt (Chris Colfer), Santana (Naya Rivera), Sam (Chord Overstreet), Artie (Kevin McHale), Blaine (Darren Criss) and, most recently, Mercedes (Amber Riley), rather than the sprawling cast with a long roster of fresh faces brought in to repopulate New Directions. In New York, the writers have found a greater emphasis on “firsts” — one of the show’s original themes — as it tells new young adult stories about post-high school life.
1. No one cares about Schue.
2. Your idea for season six is STUPID. If you wanted to do a time jump, it should’ve been to get the characters TO New York, not to fast forward through the stories going on there.
The current New York was the best idea you ever had, don’t take that away from us.