I’ve been trying to prepare myself for tonight’s Glee episode and I thought I was doing pretty well.
Until I was listening to the radio this morning and they reminded the listeners that tonight was Cory’s tribute episode.
And I started crying in my car on the way to class.
I love you, Cory.
Seriously cannot get over how he rocked the end of Hey Jude!
Yes, you confess that Blaine asked you your opinion Burt, but you’re not going to tell Kurt because he needs to make up his own mind. However, the fact that you were complicit in the organisation of the proposal, the fact that you agreed to drive Kurt to the place where the proposal was being staged, the fact that you then told Kurt that YOU wished you had married Kurt’s mum when you were Kurt’s age, ALL of this effectively tell Kurt that YOU ARE IN FAVOUR of Blaine’s actions and the proposal.
If you wanted to remain neutral, you would NEVER have agreed to drive Kurt there, nor would you have entered the scene of the proposal and placed yourself behind Blaine and in full view of Kurt.
YOUR ACTIONS WERE THE VERY DEFINITION OF GIVING YOUR OPINION TO KURT.
YOU AND KURT’S SO CALLED FRIENDS GAVE KURT NO OPTION BUT TO THINK THAT THIS IS WHAT YOU ALL WANTED FOR HIM.
FUCK YOU BURT HUMMEL
Burt: You look like I’m driving you to your execution.
Burt: *Keeps driving* (c)
Kurt: Is there another option?
Yeah, I don’t understand here. It’s like Burt senses that Kurt doesn’t want to go, but is pretty much telling him that he HAS to go to the proposal and either say yes or face the HUGE crowd by saying no. The other option is that we turn around and not force Kurt into a situation where the only answer is yes.
Talk about collusion. He’s being a total collaborator. If he wasn’t already bald I’d suggest someone shave his head.
There are other things you can shave, and Carole hasn’t weighed in yet.
See, this really disturbs me. Because like the above has said, Burt has weighed in on the matter. He keeps giving Kurt these really weird ultimatums and claiming he can make whatever choice he wants, but…Kurt can’t. Not really.
First he brings Blaine up with him to New York and fucking gives him to Kurt as his Christmas present after giving him this big speech about how staring death in the face has made him realize keep the people you love close, blah blah blah. (So basically, too…Burt only has cancer so they could put Klaine back together. Lovely.) But he tells Kurt if he doesn’t like the present he can return it, but…no, no he really can’t. I doubt they would be able to put Blaine back on a plane home that very night if Kurt was like, “Hell no, I’m not ready for this, what kind of shitty present is dumping my cheating ex back in my lap after you told me you’re sick?” Even just…putting Blaine in a hotel by himself for the night would have seemed really mean because it’s the fucking holidays so no, Kurt couldn’t exactly refuse that gift and yet…Burt wanted to pretend he played no real part in it, that Kurt had an option when really he didn’t.
And here again, as already stated, he took part in this. He drove Kurt there and now he’s telling him he has to go in front of all his friends and peers and make this huge, life-changing decision but lol, he gets a say in it, right? It’s not like if he says no he’ll be construed as an asshole who just wasted everyone’s time an effort and hurt precious Blaine’s feelings. That’s the thing about public proposals, if the other person isn’t ready for it, it’s pressure. It’s putting someone in a compromising position and forcing their hand.
And just…look at Kurt, jesus christ. He’s nervous and not in the good way. He literally just got back together with this person and now he’s being forced into this god awful position and it’s supposed to be okay because look how much effort went into it and how many people he’s going to let down if he doesn’t go in there and say yes. This just…isn’t right at all. But because Burt laughs and smiles and Kurt agrees to go it’s okay. Because there’s a big gesture, we’re supposed to think it’s okay. We’re not supposed to acknowledge that when it comes to Blaine anymore, Kurt’s really not allowed to make his own choices or decisions because everyone is going to tell him how it is and no matter how much he protests or tries to make up his own mind, someone else has to come along and tell him just how fucking wrong he is about the whole thing. (Isabella refusing to accept that Kurt is going to handle the break up in his own way, Burt refusing to let Kurt decide when he wants to let Blaine back into his life, Blaine refusing to let Kurt decide whether or not they’re back together by insisting that he can’t deny it anymore and that they’re so a couple because they had sex again, etc., etc.)
The point is…people can keep saying, “It was Kurt’s decision, it was Kurt’s decision, it was Kurt’s choice, Kurt blah blah blah” but when his hand is being so horribly fucking forced at every goddamn turn and he will be made into the world’s most horrendous villain for trying to go against that…no, no he really doesn’t have a fucking choice. At goddamn all.
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Found a box of old books from my childhood… IDK
New 4.18 “Shooting Star” BTS Still. [Source]
remember when dianna got mad at the paparazzi for taking pictures of the other glee cast members and then they all mocked her on twitter fuck
Okay: Blaine Anderson’s default response for when Kurt Hummel breaks his brain.
There’s a difference between cliffhangers and just not resolving your storylines because you got a two season pickup and you’re lazy and Glee does not understand that difference.
Kurt and Blaine had one scene together in which they did not say a word to each other or even make eye contact what a great season finale there’s so much closure I’m so happy.