With only one more season left for Glee, there’s a certain bittersweet feeling in the air.

Ratings are dropping and although the writing has greatly improved since season 4, the show’s coming to its end. The good thing is that the writers know this in advance (which isn’t always the case) so hopefully we’ll get a good ending to what has been six years of impromptu musical numbers and over achieving underdogs. There are certain things though which have to be done.

Rachel’s Success

Rachel’s destined for fame. The show has always revolved around her talent, which is shown to be the best in the group. With a career already on Broadway and the prospect of a TV series next season, Rachel’s undoubtedly going to be a star. Her sudden interest in being on TV does seem unfounded though. Every season she’s announced her dream of being on Broadway, and it seems a shame that now she’s there she doesn’t want it. Maybe it would have been better to still work towards this dream in season 5, with her finally achieving it at the end of season 6. Either way, her success seems inevitable.

The Klaine wedding

Kurt and Blaine are engaged and according to Ryan Murphy, Kurt’s going to be married by the age of 21. Kurt will be 21 during May next season, which can only mean one thing: A Klaine wedding. Whilst they still seem a bit young – don’t get me wrong, I love them together – if they’ve got the love, it can work. And they certainly seem to have the love. Although arguing ever more frequently, there’s no long term damage if make up sex is involved.

Hopefully this wedding will be everything Kurt and Blaine are; classy and sophisticated with a delightful dash of romance. It wouldn’t be complete without a good Burt and Kurt scene beforehand, and hopefully we’ll see the familiar face of Cooper there as well. Maybe even Blaine’s parents.

Hints at the future of other characters

Whilst Rachel’s future is sure to be told, the series wouldn’t be complete without knowing what will happen to the rest of the characters too. Success in the entertainment industry isn’t realistic for all of them (was Glee ever realistic though?), but it would be nice if it happened to some of them, whilst the others found success in “normal” jobs. Will Kurt continue to peruse performing or get a stable job at Vogue and put his internship to good use? It will also be interesting to find out what will happen to Sam. If his modelling career really is over, I can’t think of what he’s going to do.

Return of old characters

It’s always nice to see old faces, and the end of Glee wouldn’t be complete without the return of Quinn, Puck, and others. Perhaps even a mention of Shelby and Beth? Mr Schue will probably pop up too, providing more creepy antics. A return of Karofsky would be pretty interesting as well. Although it’s likely there’ll be some guest stars thrown in to try and up the ratings, I’m hoping that drop-ins of old characters will replace these.

Wrapping up old story lines

I’m kind of torn with this one. Should Glee throw a blind eye to previously dropped storylines, or try and wrap them up as best as possible? The main one I’m thinking about is Sue’s baby who seemed to exist for one episode. Then again, it might be for the best to limit the amount of storylines to a few good ones the fans care about.

A powerful ending

The most obvious point. Glee has touched the hearts of many, sending a strong message that it’s okay to be who you are. The ratings may have dropped, but the hardcore fans are still watching. It seems only fitting that Rachel have the last line. I’m not a Rachel stan, but she’s been shown to be the most talented and successful character throughout the show, and she is arguably the “main” character in the group. They may have sung four “Don’t Stop Believin’” four times already, but it would be fulfilling if they did it one last time in the last ever episode. Perhaps dedicated to Finn.

Overall, Season 6 is sure to have some “obvious” storylines, but it looks like a whole new vibe will be brought to the show with Rachel moving to LA. With only one more season to go, lets hope the writers get it right.

What do you want to see next season?

Official pictures from the Gilmore Girls revival hint that Stars Hollow’s pride and joy went on to become a teacher. Tanc Sade’s Instagram suggests otherwise.

Rory Gilmore — high school English teacher or staff writer on The Stars Hollow Gazette? When the first official photos of the Gilmore Girls revival were released by TV Line, Rory Gilmore was shown standing at the front of a classroom with some chalkboard notes that seemed to indicate she was teaching high school English. And she wasn’t just any high school teacher, but a Chilton high school teacher.

Source: TV Line

However, while promoting an upcoming charity fundraiser, Tanc Sade, everyone’s favorite Life and Death Brigade member, Finn, gave away that Rory Gilmore is an above the fold writer of the Stars Hollow Gazette. Sure it’s a long cry from covering the parking lot pavement of Chilton, but it does not strike us as the type of hard-hitting journalism that would satisfy a girl who hit the road to cover the Obama campaign at the close of the series. This issue, dated July 19, 2016, will appear sometime in the “Summer” installment of the four-part series.

Whose to say that Rory Gilmore can’t juggle two careers at once? She was, after all, the Editor in Chief of The Yale Daily News and a star student who graduated on time after taking a semester off to have a breakdown. Maybe her staff writing position is just a hobby.

This is not the first inside look into the Gilmore Girls reunion that Sade has provided. One quick browse through his Instagram and you will be treated to tons of behind the scenes goodies! Here are some of our favorites.

A Gilmore and her LDB boys


They’ve come a long way from moving Rory out

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life arrives on Netflix soon.

Twitter announces slew of changes to give you more room to tweet, get noticed

You'll also be allowed to retweet yourself. Umm...

11:15 am EDT, May 24, 2016

Twitter has confirmed that they’ll be making a few changes to let you fit more in a single tweet. Changes to retweeting and chatting with a user are also in the pipeline.

Earlier this month we told you Twitter would stop counting photos and links as part of the 140 character limit, but it looks like the social network is taking things a step further. Not only will URLs and photos no longer be a part of the character count, but they will also stop counting usernames.

Here’s Twitter’s full breakdown of the upcoming changes:

– Replies: When replying to a Tweet, @names will no longer count toward the 140-character count. This will make having conversations on Twitter easier and more straightforward, no more penny-pinching your words to ensure they reach the whole group.

– Media attachments: When you add attachments like photos, GIFs, videos, polls, or Quote Tweets, that media will no longer count as characters within your Tweet. More room for words!

– Retweet and Quote Tweet yourself: We’ll be enabling the Retweet button on your own Tweets, so you can easily Retweet or Quote Tweet yourself when you want to share a new reflection or feel like a really good one went unnoticed.

– Goodbye, .@: These changes will help simplify the rules around Tweets that start with a username. New Tweets that begin with a username will reach all your followers. (That means you’ll no longer have to use the ”.@” convention, which people currently use to broadcast Tweets broadly.) If you want a reply to be seen by all your followers, you will be able to Retweet it to signal that you intend for it to be viewed more broadly.

One or two of these additions may be controversial. For example, giving people the option to retweet themselves if “a really good one went unnoticed” sounds like a cheap solution to fix the issue of tweets not getting noticed. Why should it be upon the user to do something to get the tweet noticed? It’ll look obnoxious if we’re retweeting ourselves — it’s the equivalent of asking aloud, “Hey, did anyone just hear my excellent thought?” even when everyone heard it but purposely ignored it.

Twitter isn’t ready to launch these changes today because they want to give developers time to prepare. This way, third party apps like Tweetbot (It’s great — there are no ads in it!) will be ready to support Twitter’s new rules right at the start of the official launch. Expect to see these features in a few months.

Sadly, we’re still waiting for Twitter to launch an “edit” button. It sucks to be unable to fx a mistake.

James Corden invited the now world famous Chewbacca Mom onto The Late Late Show for some sh**s and giggles.

Ah, Chewbacca Mom. A literal ray of sunshine whose viral video is sure to put a smile on your face. Proof that even the simplest materialistic things can bring us joy if we have the right outlook on life.

A small, simple video… and now a national sensation to the point you can’t escape that Chewie mask anywhere. Talk about oversaturation!

For those not yet burdened by the cynicism of age and the Internet, her overnight fame means that there are plenty of new ways to laugh with Chewbacca Mom — the best of which were provided by James Corden Monday night on the Late Late Show.

Corden, in a video reminiscent of his Carpool Karaokes, invited Chewbacca Mom (real name Candace Payne) and her daughter to drive around with him, with humorous results:

Chewbacca Mom does a flawless impersonation of herself as she participates in the spoof, and then suddenly, J.J. Abrams appears to add his support of the mask’s authenticity.

It ends with them all wearing masks and laughing hysterically. (Are there… fumes in these masks?)

Anyway, if you want even more Chewbacca Mom, check out another video of her on Corden’s show:

Did you find it as hilarious as James Corden does?

Kohl’s, which is selling Chewbacca masks like hot cakes since this went viral, has a lot to thank Chewbacca Mom for. And they’ve been showing their appreciation with extra Star Wars-related merch for her and her family. Now we’re just waiting for the inevitable reality series.