“Lauren. Chill. They get back together. They’re end game.”—I know that. But even without all the Finchel drama the episode was just a disgrace. The songs were bad, nobody was in character, it was all a mess.
I could not be more dissapointed and let down. This episode brought me to TEARS at the end because it was so HORRIBLE. That’s how bad it was. I am in a state of shock because I never thought Glee would ever be this awful. I would rate this episode a 1.5/10 and that’s saying something because I usually never rate below a 7 for the simple fact that I love the show so much. Everything about it was absolutely awful. They massacred it. I never thought I would be this dissapointed by the show. Ryan Murphy & co. you have some SERIOUS making up to do, because DAMN.
Day 3: My views in this situation are pretty simple: Drugs are never okay unless it’s perscribed by a doctor and can aid you medically. Drinking is okay as long as you don’t do it excessivly and act responsibly in doing so.
Day 2: In ten years… wow, I’ll be nearing thirty. Um, I’d like to be married by then but only if I’ve found a man that I’m truly deeply in love with that is just as crazy about me as I am him. A few kids maybe, that would be nice. Have a big house, two stories with a big staircase and large kitchen. I want a bunch of dogs, like 2 or 3 or maybe even 4. And I really want to be an english teacher at a good high school, maybe even the one I attend now. All in all, I just want to be happy. I don’t care if that means I’m wealthy, living in Paris studying mathmatics or dirt poor and taking a trip around the world with my best friend or something else…. as long as I’m happy that is all that matters to me.
Your current relationship, if single describe how single life is.
Day 1: I am very single. Always have been, to tell the truth. I’ve never had a real boyfriend before. I’ve… had some complicated situations, so to say, but never a true relationship. Thinking back on the heartbreak is painful and you know how they say it makes you stronger and a better person, and you’re glad you went through it because it lead to some major self discovery? In my case it was just… miserable. I didn’t learn anything, I had no epiphany, and the only thing it really did was cause me pain for a long time. No life lessons there. But I have gotten a lot better about accepting how things are. Getting a boyfriend is not all I think about now; I don’t obsess. I’m just taking life day by day and enjoying myself.