Glee Chat is back into the swing of things after an especially long hiatus with a recap of Glee season 5, episode 9 “Frenemies.”
-Mitch is hosting for this episode! Natalie has a fat and lazy fox, Jack is at Uni, and guest host Kyle has moved down to SoCal! Wow!
-And we talk more about Disney.
-Was it necessary for Santana to apologize to Rachel?
-Did Glee‘s lampshading with Sue land, or…
-Santana and Rachel’s duets in this episode were Smash-like. And friggen fabulous.
-Tina’s tactic is to be a bitch, and she isn’t going to get anywhere acting the way she does.
-Tina wins nothing. Other than prom queen, but she hasn’t deserved anything with her attitude recently.
-We should do a whole Glee Chat episode about abandoned storylines.
-The Kurt Solo Project Band needs to have a direction.
-“All right guys… IT’S TIME FOR A BREAK DOWN.”
-Kurt has a moment of schizophrenia. All right then.
-Natalie makes a great point about realism in drama and supernatural shows.
-Santana’s “Don’t Rain on My Parade” was awesome, but not exactly appropriate for that kind of audition.
-We talk about Santana’s short dress and what it meant for how she wanted to look for that audition.
-Elliot could have been singing “I Believe in a Thing Called Love” to Kurt, if you want to read into it that way…
-Mitch ATTEMPTS to form a formal debate about the Santana/Rachel fight.
-Kyle takes Santana’s side, while Natalie sees some of Kyle’s points.
-HOWEVER. Natatlie makes an apple metaphor that Jack emphasizes.
-The speech storyline was just. No.
-Natalie reveals a disturbing background behind “I’ll Be Watching You.”
-So Rachel is homeless now. Maybe. Anyways.
-Jack is a savant of all things Glee and Beyoncé.
-There’s more Klaine trouble a-brewin!
-Is the pop music machine worth finding good artists out of?
-News covers 100th episode business, the NYC time split, Lea’s upcoming album, and behind the scene pictures of Kurt involved in a gay bashing storyline.
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