6x4 was a bit slow, and ridiculous in parts. The Sue hypnotising Sam scenes were meh, and Sue being a massive Klaine shipper was perhaps even less believable. I'm intrigued by the Kurt/Oliver romance, though. Interestingly enough, the actor that plays Oliver also played the role of casual fling to another uber young gay character (Ian Gallagher in Shameless USA).
6x5 had three of my all-time favourite 80s classics. Sue has great taste in music.
Kitty won the episode for me, though. I always loved how she has a similar ruthlessness as Santana, but manages not to come off as a shameless parody of her. Spencer's likeability rose a few points, and the Klaine fan service continued to not as irritating an extent as I anticipated.
6x6 was so heartwarming! Brittany won the episode for me. Loved how she defended her relationship with Santana to Santana's abuela. (Interesting how the actress that plays Santana's abuela also plays Jane's abuela in Jane the Virgin, where her character's name is also Alma; she literally could stay in character, wardrobe and all, moving from one set to the other). I find it hilarious that the writers are trying to make Sam/Rachel a thing - she has about as much sexual chemistry with Kurt - but best episode of the three I saw tonight. It seems that for every three episodes I watch, there's a fantastic one, a solid one, and a mediocre one. I guess this is what Glee became post-S4.
Spartan wrote:Yes Akini!!! I didn’t realise you hasn’t finished watching the show. S6 is a mixed bag but glad you enjoyed “Home”, I was literally obsessed with that song.
Yeah, school, then work took over, and Glee got lost in the shuffle of newer, fresher, and, to be honest, better
shows, but I vowed to return to it some day!
Do you prefer the original, or the Glee Cast cover? Both are amazing, but I gotta give the Glee guys and girls the edge.