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The very romantic, wedding-themed episode of Glee just finished airing. Let us know what you thought!

Lots of interesting drama this week on Glee. Are you surprised by what you saw? Tonight’s episode also featured The Glee Project season 2 runner-up Ali Stroker playing a romantic interest of Artie’s!

Were you excited to see more Glee Project people appear on the show? Ali placed in the top 3 when The Glee Project season 2 aired this summer, but unlike season 1 she was not given an episodic prize. Blake Jenner won The Glee Project season 2 while Damian McGinty and Samuel Larsen shared the prize in season 1. Lindsay Pearce and current cast member Alex Newell won alternate roles in season 3, though Alex’s role on the show has obviously been extended! We want more Ali Stroker if you ask us!

Glee returns in three weeks (don’t get us started) with the all new episode, “Girls (and Guys) on Film” – looks like it will also be an interesting one!

Leave all your thoughts and comments about this week’s episode below and be sure to tune in to Glee Chat, the No.1 Glee podcast in the world, for a recap of both this week’s episode “I Do” as well as last week’s dramatic episode “Diva”!

Check out this preview of next week’s episode of Glee:

  • Isistelle

    Klaine. Hooking up. Making out. YES

    • Marie

      I thought the car making out was anti-climatic, actually. Their first kiss is still the only one that makes me think “hot damn, they are totally into each other.” This was obviously more of a lusty thing, but I didn’t even really get that from this.

  • http://twitter.com/Dillon_Mays Dillon Mays

    This episode was good, but Klaine was pointless. There was no exposition leading up to it. Last we heard, they were friends and Tina was going with Blaine. Great way to cut out a lot of stuff just so they can make out. A lot of fan-servicing this episode instead of plot servicing.

  • luna97831

    my continuous thought throughout the entire episode: what just happened?

  • luna97831

    my continuous thought throughout the entire episode: what just happened?

  • http://www.facebook.com/Froglover16 Lyndsey Salisbury

    So Brody’s a Hooker now?!

    • https://twitter.com/slasher777 Alex

      I think the correct term is Gigolo.

    • Kristy Gleason

      Male escort… male prostitute… gigolo… I’m seriously hoping that Santana finds him out, reams him a great big new one (in front of Rachel so she can see what a putz he truly is), and it’s a great lead-in/lead up to “I’m Just a Gigolo…” (sung by Brody, of course). :D

  • http://twitter.com/Jakkfarr Jack F

    And this episode is an example of what made me fall in love with Glee.

  • theaterboy1

    I, being the huge Klaine fan I am, loved the scenes with Kurt and Blaine! There were some great surprising moments in this episode and I liked a couple of the songs. Would I say this is the best Valentine’s Day episode they’ve done? No. But overall I liked the episode.

  • Marie

    1. Quintana was hot. Why oh why can’t Quinn be gay for Santana for a while longer? I appreciated that it was very drama-free though. It was also a little random, but, you know, I’ll take it.
    2. I’m confused about the Brody/Rachel situation. I thought they were actually pretty serious, and had no idea they were in an open relationship. And is Brody was prostitute? I guess we’ll find out.
    3. This Wemma drama is ridiculous. They’re supposed to be adults, but they’re possibly more immature than the actual teenagers. I still felt really bad for Emma, but seriously, Schue, you couldn’t even try to call her to talk to her about why she ran out and try to fix things? Terrible boyfriend/fiance/husband. They need to fade into the background.
    4. Emma killed that song. Oh my gosh, that must’ve been hard to sing. Serious props to you, Jayma.
    5. Klaine, oh Klaine. I thought both parties were making realistic but frustrating mistakes. It’s totally obvious that Kurt just wants to hook up with Blaine, which is fine. It is equally clear that Blaine wants to be boyfriends, soulmates forever. Kurt, when Blaine is babbling on to you about spending your lives together, you need to say “no, Blaine, we are not” and keep your distance, even if you don’t want to. Blaine, if Kurt is saying “we’re just friends who are hooking up”, you need to understand that and stop trying to push a relationship.
    6. Thank Jesus this Tina crushing on Blaine plot line is over. The wrap up was terrible, and Blaine was rather forgiving of the vaporape. However, I’m letting it go because the vaporape line was funny. and because I just want to forget this plot completely.
    7. So, basically, even if you lose the Glee Project, which can only have ONE WINNER, you can still get on. I’m not complaining, because Ali was awesome, but I do find it really funny.
    8. Oh, Ryder. Oh, Ryder. Why are you so hung up on Marley? I really don’t understand. She’s nice, but is she really that special? I don’t see it. And in my head, you were really frustrated and sad because you totally are into Jake, and he will eventually realize it (jk, btw, but I do totally ship it).

    Overall, I liked it. But some things were weird.

    • Ken

      I’m hoping Will goes off the rest of the season searching for Emma. Good riddance.

    • Vanj203

      Actually, Beiste said that Blake came from another school because he wasn’t doing well there, so we don’t really know how old he is. He may be academically in his sophomore year however.

      • Marie

        He’s probably only a year older than her, at most. Not enough of an age difference for him to be infantalizing her, in my opinion.

    • Linda

      Once again, I completely agree. I will say that the ONLY way this “Rachel is pregnant” storyline is going to be redeemed for me is if it turns out that Puck is actually the father and Brody and Finn find out when Rachel accidently mentions she is having a Tay-Sachs test. That would be Season one karma :)

  • http://twitter.com/potterfan92 Raina

    Quinntana and that’s all

  • Sarah

    All I could think during this episode was, ‘Wait, WTF?’ It had basically become my mantra by the end of the episode. Not saying I didn’t like it, but seriously… WTF?

    • Corin Boswell

      Agreed. I started off trying to get housework done while I was watching but every time something else kept jumping out at me I’d have to stop so that in the end I was perched on the edge of my couch figuratively biting my nails.

  • http://twitter.com/Merina2 Merina

    I’m sorry, but since when does a ‘modern, open relationship’ (Rachel’s oh-so-positive words) define as proclaiming your true love for someone, moving in with them, then sleeping around with whoever you like, including teachers, old boyfriends and potential prostitutes – or even worse, prostituting yourself?! If this is what a truly modern relationship is like, then good grief…I’m headed straight back to the 1950s, thank you very much.

    On a more cheerful note: another wonderful performance from Jayma Mays – that song must have been darn hard to sing! The cinematography impressed me during the hotel-room-montage as well – props to that crew.

    Quinntana came out of nowhere, for me. Sure, it was hot. But I feel there hasn’t been enough (or indeed, any) build up for this to be realistic, in my eyes. I swear Quinn was dating a teacher, right? Also, isn’t Quinn a Christian? And I’m not even going to get started on Klaine…oh my gosh, what has happened to them…I need some explanations here, Glee!

    I am absolutely in love with Artie’s new relationship. What a fantastic, original new love interest for him. Hope that girl sticks around :)

    • Marie

      On Rachel: Yeah, this bothered me, and it seems so unlike Rachel. I feel like this whole season is her playing grown-up, and she’s trying to do things she thinks are adult, which really, are not necessarily adult. She’s never seemed like the type who would be interested in an open relationship, and I’m really interested in seeing what this conversation was like. I’m actually very annoyed we didn’t get to see it, and yes, they should be using protection in this situation.

      Jayma: I was so impressed with her. Despite my hatred for the Wemma relationship, I felt so sad for her.

      Quintana: True. I admit, I was largely blinded by the hot factor. :-P I am wondering what happened to this teacher. The Christian thing isn’t necessarily an issue. There are gay Christians out there, after all, and since she’s already apparently jumped the hurdle of having sex outside of marriage (post-pregnancy), I suppose it doesn’t really matter if she hooks up with her female friend. What I did appreciate about it (other than the hot factor) is that at least right now, it’s not a huge dramatic thing. Sometimes, people hook up, and it’s fun for both people, but it doesn’t mean you’re in love with them.

      • http://twitter.com/Merina2 Merina

        You make some really good points. And of course, there are gay Christians out there, yes (though the issue of whether some Christians choose to /act/ on gay feelings is potentially another matter), but more importantly than that, you rightly say that this was indeed ‘just a hook-up’. And I feel like, if Quinn had issues with pregnancy outside of wedlock, etc. why was a hook-up such a natural, throwaway thing for her to do?

        Wouldn’t she at the very least have an inkling of ‘is this random hook-up in keeping with my beliefs’ or ‘what would my mother think’ or something? Even if she /does/ think it’s a morally fine thing to do as a Christian, I think it would have been more believable for the audience to have a quick line of ‘Santana, I’m doing this in spite of my faith, I believe it’s the right thing to do’ to explain that key aspect of her character away for the moment.

        I’m sorry, but it kind of just felt like a fanfiction moment, to me…

        • Cris

          In season 3, Quinn was extremely supportive of LGBT people while in a discussion a Christian group she was in with Mercedes, Sam and Teen Jesus (can’t remember his name). So I guess she wouldn’t really go through any deep questioning about her hook up with Santana.

          • Kristy Gleason

            Teen Jesus = Joe Hart. :D

            She may be supportive of LGBT people, but not if one tries to commit suicide. Kurt put her firmly in her place when she had no sympathy for Karofsky’s attempted suicide (season 3) due to his being bullied/ostracized when he was outed. Then again, she’s mostly been on the bullying side of things throughout the series and has always been a bit fake overall, likely due to her own insecurities.

          • Andy

            She believes that suicide is inherently selfish, which many people who themselves have never been suicidal often believe because they can’t understand the reasoning that the person often feels like it is their only way out. She said nothing about the legitimacy of his feelings regarding his specific situation, and nothing to indicate any lack of support for gay teens. Kurt was a jerk in that scene, and the way he attacked her, belittled her own suffering and denied every crappy thing that happened to her was totally uncalled for.

          • caroline

            I agree with you. And I’m one of those people who thinks the sun doesn’t shine until Kurt Hummel gets up in the morning. I love him. He’s my favorite character but I was SO MAD AT HIM in that scene. He was a jerk to Quinn, marginalized what she had to go through (the world never stopped loving you…no just her parents. Especially her father who is STILL TO THIS DAY not a part of her life) and completely discounted the fact that it doesn’t matter what Quinn accomplishes, there will always be small minded people who will never see past the fact that she was a teen mom. I love Kurt, but he was as wrong as wrong can be in that scene and it’s forever going to bother me that they had Quinn sit there silently and be lectured about how her pain had no merit because it wasn’t based on her sexuality. And this is coming from someone who is part of the LGBTQ community just so no one tries to play the “you just don’t understand card”. I understand plenty, it doesn’t erase the fact that Kurt was wrong to marginalize and devalue what Quinn has gone through.

        • Andy

          Quinn’s faith hasn’t been an issue since she got kicked out in season 1, and it certainly hasn’t been a key aspect of her character since then. Smoking, tattoos, baby-knapping, dating married older men, fake id, underage drinking? Those hardly go along with your conception of her religious beliefs. Its strange that you pick this as the single moment that she acts out against her faith (that was indoctrinated in her by her overbearing father who ran off) when her character has been so all over the place. it’s also ignorant to assume that most gay Christians “choose not to act” on their “feelings”.

          • http://twitter.com/Merina2 Merina

            That’s very true. I had completely disregarded her smoking and dating married older man – I should have remembered that! Her character has been inconsistent for a very long time, you’re right. I agree that it’s picky of me to start bringing up her faith all of a sudden!

            However, I never said that most gay Christians ‘choose not to act on their feeling’. The phrase I used was ‘some Christians’, which is not ignorant, but true.

        • Marie

          You’ve got legit points as well, but the writing of Quinn has always been pretty messy. It would be nice to understand her motivations and feelings better, but I don’t really expect it.

      • Kristy Gleason

        Quinn has always been a CINO (Christian in name only). She also lets her inhibitions loose when she’s had a few drinks in her (getting with Puck in season 1, getting a fake ID to booze it up at Will/Emma’s non-wedding).

  • http://twitter.com/MariiaSimon María Simón

    Final thought: No matter whether I loved it or not, I need explanations, I feel like my head is going to explode. So many things to focus on.

    Omg. Please, everybody calm down.

  • Lotte

    KLAINE!!!! I am so, so, so, so dead!!! Baby penguin Kurt so grown up!!! They can stay being platonic friends if those are the scenes I get in return!

    Quinn and Santana were so hot! No actual kisses and the chemistry was still sizzling. Keep them around!

    Get Betty back. Loved her and Artie. There were such a great contrast to the ‘end-game’ couples’.

    Poor Will and Emma. Normally don’t care about those two, but they worked this epsiode. But the song and Jayma Mays acting was so enjoying to watch.

    Still do not care about Finchel and Jarley. Guess it will never change. But ‘We’ve got tonight’ was just an amazing montage.

  • CliveRogan

    “Was it good for you?”

    “I don’t know, you?”

    “No Idea.”

    My word! This is the Glee I love, the Glee that’s unashamedly insane while struggling to keep the mask of squeaky clean innocence.

    The weirdest thing though was Rachel’s pregnancy, assuming she is you’d have thought they’d have saved this for a couple of weeks down the line so we could have a “who’s the father” drama. This being Glee though they’ll probably do it anyway even though she presumably been pregnant for a couple of weeks now.

    Also, I imagine Brody’s revelation was more a setup for a rendition of Roxanne more than anything.

    • Marie

      Oh my gosh, Roxanne is the perfect explanation. I’ve known he was sketch since he seems too freakin’ perfect, but I was not expecting him to be sketch in that particular way.

      • http://www.facebook.com/lilliempeterson Lillie Marie Peterson

        Haha. I love that when someone seems to be perfect we automatically assume they’re up to something. So true, though. So true.

    • Kristy Gleason

      When Rachel was looking at the planner, she was looking at March, then back to February, so they fast-forwarded about a month… given that she slept with Brody the night before she left for Lima, then slept with Finn at the wedding… the “who’s the daddy?” drama will be very possible.

      She could well be using birth control… but she could also be taking something else (antibiotics, or any other prescription med) that reduces the effectiveness of the pill.

      • CliveRogan

        Ah, I didn’t notice that. Makes much more sense that way, and makes the “who’s the daddy>” drama not only possible but inevitable.

  • Ada

    1. I hate when they do a “cliff-hanger-twist kiss” at the end of one episode, and then the whole thing has nothing to do with the next episode. What the point? It’s just annoying.

    The Finn/Emma scene was awesome (but Emma is aweosme with everybody, even Will sometimes) and then it’s just an excuse to get Finchel together. Lame.

    2. So yeah, it’s nice that Ryder remembers that he’s supposed to be in love with Marley. I thought the writers had forgotten or something. Love triangle, again. They’re all cute and kinda like them, but it’s boring.

    3. QUINN/SANTANA Oh my god, I don’t care if that was random, a blatant way from the writer to try and make up for the loss of Brittana, that was aweome. They would be perfect together, I hope it won’t be just a one time gag or whatever.
    4. I like that Finn is growing some backbone, but I hated the way he said “we’re endgame” to Rachel, like she had no choice in the matter and her opinion didn’t count. I felt the same about when he said to will that “Emma needs her husband”. Thank god for Quinn and Santana’s pseudo-feminism.

    • guest

      I agree with mostly everything you said except the endgame part.
      I kinda saw it as Finn having so much belief in their relationship

      • Jen

        He told rachel matter-of-factly that she wasn’t into Brody because she was still in love with himself. That’s pretty much him denying her a say in things

  • http://twitter.com/sapirmizrahi2 sapir mizrahi

    More Quinntana!!!! And more Pezberry!!!! please!!!!

  • https://twitter.com/slasher777 Alex

    1. “Did you Vapo-Rape my ex boyfriend?” Best line of the season, yet.
    2. OMG Rachel is PREGNANT!
    3. Quintana? Mmmm, I don’t think so.
    4. Did I mention tha RACHEL IS PREGNANT?

  • http://www.facebook.com/amber.carney3 Amber Carney

    “Did you vapor-rape my ex-boyfriend?”

    best part of the episode, no questions asked.

  • http://www.facebook.com/amber.carney3 Amber Carney

    I feel so conflicted after watching this episode. So much of it was so logically unrealistic that I can’t even wrap my brain around it, but at the same time I liked it. Some examples include the Klaine make out scene (how did they get in that car in the first place, plot please?), high schoolers getting hotel rooms (isn’t there an age limit on those things, at least 18 if not 21), and this one is weird but it’s bugging me…how did Arty and Ali (I don’t remember her character’s name) even get into that bed? (I understand they probably have strong arms but it was all I could think of during that part), and if Rachel is pregnant with Finn’s baby then that all happened very quickly sooooo is it Brody’s???

    Ugh so much to think about…and now we have 3 weeks to wait. :/ thanks Glee.

    • Layla

      The only high schoolers who had hotel rooms were Jake and Artie. Blaine (who is probably 18 was in Kurt’s room. Artie is a senior so he could be 18 (which is the age you have to be to get a room…hence all the rooms senios get on prom night) and Jake probably had Puck (his older brother) get him a room. Kurt, Quinn, Finn, Rachel, and Santana are all over 18 and could rent a room on their own. And my dad (who is in a wheelchair) has never had a problem getting himself in or out of bed all by his lonesome.

      For Rachel to have a pregnancy scare, unless they do a time jump of a couple of months, it’s b/c of hooking up w/Brody. It’s physically impossible for it to be from the ONS w/Finn at the wedding. And I don’t think she’s going to actually be pregnant anyway. No way Glee is going to have their little diva with a bun in the oven. I’m calling it now: She’ll get a false positive, freak out, tell Brody, he’ll be a jerk about it, end of Brochel (b/c Kurt and Rachel’s apartment is too small for four people) and beginning of the Finchel slowly finding their way back to each other.

      • http://www.facebook.com/amber.carney3 Amber Carney

        I’m pretty sure most hotels have an age limit of 21, but I know some are 18 so we’ll just go with that. And I didn’t say Artie and Betty couldn’t do it…it was just what popped into my head during their scene. I have complete confidence people in wheelchairs can do that by themselves.

        and as for your theory…i LOVE that! I’m SICK of Brody and I can’t see them making Rachel pregnant either and i don’t think they want to go down the whole abortion lane. Although, that would be an interesting plot, it has the possibility to make so many people mad one way or another. Either false positive or miscarriage is what i’m feeling though.

      • Kristy Gleason

        They time-jumped…. she was looking at March, then flipped back to February… then took the pregnancy test. If she is indeed pregnant, “who’s the daddy?” is a very real possibility, since she slept with both Brody and Finn within a couple days of each other.

  • Edie

    Anyone else notice that Blaine’s bowtie was back at the end of the episode? GleeChat can’t wait to hear discussion on this episode!

    • Vanj203

      Yes, I saw it. Oh NOOOO!

  • SarcasticLuna

    It seriously pissed me off I wanted to go after Ryan Murphy and the screen writers to stop this story line completely. It was just annoying.
    The only good thing from the episode was that Tina might stop being a creeper.

  • Andy

    It was ridiculous to have Finn literally say they were “endgame”. Because 1) what is the point in the writers telling everyone that they’ll get together in the end? It makes everything in between pointless. 2) to have a character say it out loud is super cringey and is fan service more than good storytelling and 3) I really am not a fan of guys telling girls (or the other way around, or two guys two girls etc) that they are wrong about their own feelings and who they are in love with and what is going to happen with their lives. And is Will ever going to find out that Finn, his BEST MAN, kissed his fiancé before she ran off? Or does Saint Finn get a pass because he’s such a hero and the fact that he goes around acting on his own impulses without the slightest regard for the consequences they have for others is excused because omg Finn is such a heartthrob?

    • http://www.facebook.com/lilliempeterson Lillie Marie Peterson

      Just because they said Finnchel is “endgame” doesn’t mean it is…at least I hope not. Can’t stand that ship.

  • Vanj203

    1. I think Quinn must have realized she was being used by the college professor because she was really down on men in the remarks she made. I don’t think she’s really gay, just experimenting as some college girls do, especially if she’s been hurt by the professor.

    2. I loved Ali with Artie!! She was so great on the Glee Project and this was the perfect character fit for her. So glad Ryan brought her in for it.

    3. LOVED that Marley just knew Ryder was behind all of Jake’s Valentines ideas. It shows she does really understand Jake. I’d like it better if she went with Ryder though.

    4. So now we know how Brody was affording his Manhattan apartment before – but how was he pulling it off right under Rachel’s nose living with her in Bushwick? He also paid for Rachel’s Valentine’s Day flowers with his gigilo earnings – gross!! And the baby must be Brody’s if we are to assume Rachel took the test right after her return to NYC.

    5. Klaine is really just sad now. All they have is the physical now. Kurt doesn’t want Blaine as his romantic love, and Blaine will let himself be used because he wants to pathetically hold on to whatever he can get from Kurt. Blaine, Kurt’s just not that into you anymore. Go find someone who’s better for you emotionally.

    • Carilyn

      I think the thing is, I think Kurt *does* want Blaine as his romantic love, but… he doesn’t trust Blaine anymore. He was hurt once, and not that long ago. He knows how easy it would be to fall back into Blaine’s arms, but he’s still hurting in some way, so he’s trying this thing with Adam, whom I don’t think he wants to get in a serious relationship with yet.

  • Grace

    All I can say is…3 WEEKS UNTIL KADAM :D

  • Autumn

    rachel would not have unprotected sex in A MILLION YEARS. with what’s-his-name OR with finn. she is way too in control of her world for that.

    • Kristy Gleason

      Never say never. :D As the saying goes, feces occurs.

      She could also be on the pill, but some other medication reduced the effectiveness of it (sometimes up to 50% – had a former neighbor who got pregnant while on the pill and antibiotics, so it *can* happen).

  • http://benchpressabear.tumblr.com Joan

    Glee is slowly turning itself into 90210. I can’t say I like it.

    • guest02

      I kind of felt that but this episode had a pretty solid script compared to some other episodes.

  • Teranel

    I thought we were finally done with the Klaine and Finchel plots! Also, Quintana only reasserts that the writers have no clue what they’re doing anymore. Overall, this wasn’t as bad as last year’s Valentines’ Day episode was, but it was a mixed bag.

  • Baylor

    I feel bad for any random guests staying in that hallway because that would probably be the most awkward night anybody could try to sleep through. And I also loved Tina’s reaction to the Asian bird flu comment.

  • potterjay

    Are we to assume that Emma has committed suicide? Or was that just the song- I’m sure there was something in there about a suicide note. Unlikely though. Not one of Glee’s best episodes (IMO), seemed to jump around a bit too much and suddenly confront you with sub-plots that you had no idea existed (hem hem, Quintana). And it took me a while to work out that Brody was the prostitute (or whatever) himself, not just going to see one

    • http://twitter.com/boxsquat stephanie

      It didn’t occur to me that the suicide note could be a real thing until you mentioned it… it makes sense though since no one has heard from her and she feeling pushed to her limits.

      I also wonder about Brody prostituting and if he may/may not have Rachel pregnant. BUT what about STDs which she could have then given to Finn? HOLY COW. I feel like this is a definite possibility. themes of cheating/marriage/pregnancy all throughout glee.. but what about sickness? I don’t believe preventable illness has been touched on much in any season other than Kurt’s dad’s heart attacks.

      • potterjay

        Doesn’t Burt now have cancer too? That hasn’t even been mentioned (as far as I can remember) since the Christmas episode when we found out!

    • Kristy Gleason

      Given the preview, and Emma’s in it (in what looked like the final scene from Pretty Woman), she didn’t commit suicide.

      • potterjay

        oh right, didn’t see that! haha thanks

  • http://hypable.com John Thrasher

    Woowwwwww….Glee is knocking it out of the park this season. Every single episode has me freaking out in a very good way!

  • Sahrish

    Quintana was AMAZING! I definitely hope it is more than a one time thing!

  • Anonymous

    This episode is basically the reason that I question why I even watch this show anymore. The musical numbers ranged from mediocre to bizarre (the Wemma song: I’m sorry, what?) and the plot was over full and superficial. Santana used to be one of my favourites but now her and Quinn have been reduced to sporadic, uncharacteristic banter that serves no purpose to the plot and the Will/Finn relationship is just uncomfortable at this point. There are too many characters and too many plot lines to develop anything properly (not that that has ever been a particular strong point of this but still…), as such, everything comes off as if they are grasping for straws. When Glee first came out, despite it’s obvious flaws, it was original and exciting however they have let it go on too long and it is quickly deteriorating into complete and utter nonsense.

  • http://twitter.com/TrueKlainer21 KLEX.

    I enjoyed Klaine making out in the car and the Klaine post sex talk :) Obvi

  • http://twitter.com/FPriscila Pris

    I don’t like where they are taking the Brody story line. Now he’s a gigolo? Please don’t let that be the case. I actually prefer Rachel with him than with Finn.

  • Jake

    It’s like they know this show doesn’t make any sense and they just roll with it. Season 4 is probably my favorite so far! (then Season 1, 3, 2; 2 was BAAD)

  • http://www.facebook.com/arantxita.lopez López Arantxa

    Couldsomeone just explain.me why.did emma ran away, wasn’t her dream.to end.up.with will??

  • http://www.facebook.com/cassidy.howell.98 Cassidy Howell

    Jeez, what are the age limits for renting a hotel room in Ohio?

  • Keisha Samoht

    Wow. Rachel’s knocked up… whose the daddy? Do i care? Nope. Glee has upset me beyond words from the second half of season 3 to all of season 4( with roughly 3 episodes that were tolerable). I make the stank face with in 5 min. of every episode but continue to watch in hopes of redemption of something funny occurring. I miss the Glee from seasons 1 & 2 where there was alot of funny and not as much drama.

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