Nov 30, 2010

Day 12 – A song by your favourite character



Angry Kurt and Rose's turn. Or Kurt's turn, should I say! This number is fantastic. The song is like made for Kurt and Chris Colfer does a brilliant job conveying the character's frustrations and supressed feelings. And the Hairflip! I freaking love every Hairflip. So much that from now on I will spell the word with a capital H.

I think Chris said in some interview that he got to put that outfit together by himself. Not bad, mate! That scarf it cool. Oh how I adore that kid. And Kurt, too.


Well, someone tell me, when is it my turn?
Don't I get to dream by myself?
Starting now it's gonna be my turn
Gangway, world, get off of my runway

Nov 29, 2010

Day 11 – A song that describes you


Puck and Mr. Schue's Over the Rainbow ends the first season. It's a sweet, lovely scene and it's a sweet and lovely song. This doesn't mean I'd describe myself as sweet and lovely - I mean, whenever I hear this song I'm not like "oh yeah, this is totally me, the story of my life", but I like the mood of the song, and maybe it really does capture something of my very essence...? Well, if they made a movie about my life, this could very well be on the soundtrack. Perfomed by these wonderful fellows, of course. This is my favourite song Mr. Schue has sung so far!

(And all those little moments between the characters, aww! The looks and expressions and gestures. And Kurt's hat moment, of course. That's when Quinn had her temporary 'nice girl' phase.)


Oh somewhere over the rainbow
Bluebirds fly
Birds fly over the rainbow.
Why then, oh why can’t I?

Glee quote of the week


"I have no idea what's going on in this script, and it's not in a cool 'Inception' kind of way."

 Finn Hudson / Rocky Horror Glee Show

Nov 28, 2010

Day 10 – A song that no one would expect you to love



I guess what is kind of unexpected is that of all the duets in Duets my favourite was Santana and Mercedes' River Deep, Mountain High. Not for example Kurt's 'duet', which you might expext knowing where my loyalties lie. (It was brilliant, though. Duh.) I'm not a huge Tina Turner person, but the girls damn rocked it! They make a good pair both character-wise and voice-wise and I love their weird dancing. Quite unexpectedly, Santana has become one of my favourite singers.

(And I love how Sam moves to get a better look as the girls get to the booty shaking part. Haha.)


Cause it grows stronger, like a river flows
And it gets bigger baby, and heaven knows
And it gets sweeter baby, as it grows

Nov 27, 2010

Best cure for hangover: cute kids and Chris Colfer


I just read though all of Chris Colfer's Tweets and I'm officially in love with him. I've decided to marry him. Might have to change my sex first, but nah, that's a small price to pay. He linked the video above and I swear that's the most adorable thing ever! After Chris Colfer I mean, duh. Next I might test how much water I can drink in a minute or see if the bruise in my bum is bigger than the bruise in my knee or read through all the receipts that are currently on my wallet or do something else with a similar degree of usefulness. Oh well, probably I'll just keep youtubing Chris Colfer and randomly freaking out as I remember what's going to happen next June... OH MY.

Day 09 – A song from your favorite episode


 I don't know if I have a favourite episode, but Never Been Kissed has so far been my number one of season 2. It was music-wise quite forgettable, except for this song, which I kind of love. It's a good example of how Glee takes a mediore popsong and turns it brilliant. And what an introduction for a character! Blaine and the Glee club of his supertolerant supercool superschool sing Teenage Dream and while doing it he's shamelessly flirting with Kurt. I love Kurt's reactions. He digs Blaine and so do I.

(Just don't pay too much attention on the background people, some of those guys are overdoing their enthusiasm a bit...)


I’ma get your heart racing in my skin-tight jeans
Be your teenage dream tonight
Let you put your hands on me in my skin-tight jeans
Be your teenage dream tonight

Nov 26, 2010

It's done. I'm going. Unless the world ends.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA OOOOOOOOOOH MYYYYYYYYYYYYYY GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD.

Sorry. Had to let that out. My hands are still a bit shaky. I just bought tickets to Glee Live! concert in London next June. Which means I'll see this live...


Oh god. I can't breath normally before I sit in that arena and the show begins. Because I'm afraid the world will end or something and then I wouldn't be able to go. I feel like screaming of enthusiasm but I don't dare! Not yet. Anyway. Today I was planning on studying for next Monday's exam. Yeah right...

Oooooooh my. Deep breaths, deep breaths...

Day 08 – A song that makes you fall asleep



(Click here for the actual scene.) Artie melts hearts around the universe as he sings Dream a Little Dream of Me and his girlfriend is dancing with another guy, who actually can dance, because the lucky bastard can walk. Poor Artie! Also, isn't there some (probably unintentional) foreshadowing going on?

I like this song very much and it's definitely one of my 'going-to-sleep' songs. Artie's version is pretty and sweet and I'm glad he got a solo for once!


Say "nighty night" and kiss me
just hold me tight and tell me
you'll miss me

While I'm alone and blue as can be
Dream a little dream of me

Nov 25, 2010

2x08 Furt / I think the tears just stopped dead half way down my cheeks

Oh god.

...

Okay. Let's see if I can make a sensible post out of this. Furt was a very emotional episode and I'm not ashmed to say that I cried pretty nicely during the second half. And I didn't even have the time to wipe my cheeks dry before that final scene, which kind of made me forget how to breath for a while.

Glee has always been pretty skilfully balancing between comedy and drama, and this season the show has a couple of times switched quite unexpectedly from a dramatic comedy to a comedic drama. Not often have I felt almost physically bad while watching this show, but some scenes in Furt were very hard to watch. On the other hand, there was some of that crying business, and and not for reasons that usually make you tearful - no one died or anything. Those were happy tears! So, Furt made me cry happy tears, forget how to breath and almost feel sick. Quite an action-packed episode, it was!

The central themes this week were marriage and family and loyalty. Kurt's dad Burt married Finn's mum and Sue Sylvester married Sue Sylvester. And the bullying saga continued, and we learned that Kurt is amazing just the way he is, and Lost made a little invasion, which I of course enjoyed.


Sue's marriage to herself was very dumb, to be frank, even for Sue Sylvester. I'm sure they could've found a better reason for her mum to stop by, because that was just too bizarre. On the other hand, if Sue had to marry someone, of course it would be herself, so I'm just going with this. The important thing is that we got to meet her mum and explore her family history. Which explains in a quite straight-forward way why Sue is what she is. It's because her mum is a nutter. She abandoned her daughters to go 'hunt Nazis' (like a cousin of Eva Braun, named Chad? Yeah, right...) and after a rare, almost sincerely nice moment with Sue (singing a song about Ohio, which was pretty boring, sorry), she just says bluntly that it wasn't as good as she thought it would be.

Luckily Sue then confronts her and tells her she's a bully and sends her away and hugs her handi-capable big sister. I've always found their relationship very sweet and they don't need their nutter mum. In this episode Sue showed some uncharacteristic sympathy and fairness (like when dealing with Kurt's case), which was awesome. And what is also awesome is that we can be sure that next week she'll again be on a new mission to DESTROY GLEE CLUB. And that's why Sue Sylvester officially rocks.


Then the other marriage, the sane one. Finn is a bit puzzled about the news but Kurt is superexcited! He will take care of the whole thing, of course, as he's been planning weddings since he was two. For his Power Rangers. Aww. And he indeed organizes a beautiful wedding, the music provided by New Directions, of course. So it's a Glee wedding! I loved the Marry You number and weeped away during the vows. And there was more weeping on the way, but we'll get to that later.

Meanwhile, the bullying is getting very creepy. I'm no longer positive that the writers can turn Dave Karofsky into a sympathetic and likable character, even a possible partner for Kurt. I was hoping this before, because that could've made some pretty excellent TV drama, but I don't think that's possible anymore, not even with some very dramatic plot twists. Dave's harrasing flipped over to the side of being disturbing, rather than just sad. I'm not sure why Kurt didn't tell the others about the kiss. I guess he was still too scared - that death treath last week seemed pretty convincing - because there would be no sense in protecting Karofsky at this point. Still, I need some kind of redemption for the character. I don't know what it could be, but I hope they come up with something.


As the other members of Glee club learn about Karofsky, they show some very sweet loyalty and decide to help Kurt. Only Finn is too worried about his status - which Sam is threatening - and so he lets Mike and Artie confront Dave. It's superhot and masculine and their ladies like it. Also Sam takes the lead and kicks Dave's ass, which everyone respects a lot, which makes Finn even more worried, which then inspires him to make a very nice gesture at the wedding, which also made the quite teary. (And that was the last clause in that sentence starting with 'which'.)

The relationship between Finn and Kurt hasn't been the smoothest one. Kurt had that creepy crush on Finn last season, and he freaked him out with that rococo decoration of their mutual bedroom, which made Finn say some nasty things to Kurt, and as this episode showed, Finn still wasn't totally comfortable around Kurt. Like in the dance rehearsal scene, Finn isn't too excited about dancing with Kurt where someone might witness it, while Kurt's body language makes it pretty clear that the adoring puppy-eyed looks are so last season and he's totally over Finn.


All those awkward moments finally move to history, as Finn praises Kurt to heavens in his bestman speech and apologizes him and claimes that Kurt over everyone else has taught him what it means to be a man (which I thought was sweet but a bit over-the-top, as he's now said the same thing about Kurt, his mum and Mr Schue. Guess it takes a lot of people for him to learn the lesson...). On top of things, the Glee club performs a song dedicated to Kurt. And as Finn sings "you're amazing just the way you are" and dances with Kurt I again have to wipe my eyes dry. They're brothers now! ('Brothers from other mothers'!) Aww, the joy.

However, we don't get a happy ending. Even though Sue the principal tried to expel Karofsky, the school board doesn't really give a damn and he gets to stay. Kurt prepares himself for continuous fear and anxiety ("It's the fear that's the worst. I never know when it's coming. I can't concentrate. I don't feel like I'm part of the school at all. I feel like I'm in a horror movie where this creature follows me around terrifying me, and there's nothing I can do about it."), but his dad has another idea. And so, Kurt returns to the choir room once again to tell his fellow gleeclubbers that he will get transferred to Darlton, the all-boy-school Blaine goes to. Everyone is shocked and teary and this is where I forgot how to breath. Kurt walks away and the screen goes black and I'm left to wonder how on Earth can a gleeful series like Glee make me feel like this.


Indeed, as I said before, Glee has occasionally been quite drama-filled this season. As a comparison, I've been rewatching the early episodes they now show in Finland, and the show has really gone to a bit more serious direction, as season one was mostly just pure joy and entertainment. This is by no means a bad thing, I actually love how they take on these serious topics and make us cry. And of course there's still loads of joy and happy-go-lucky entertainment.

I also want to comment on the issue of overdoing Kurt's role in the series, which has caused a lot of chagrin in Glee's IMDb board. People are saying that they are sick of the character, and the name of the show should be changed to 'Kurt', and stuff. Which I sort of understand, as Kurt's indeed been in the centre a lot this season, and he's got more meaty storylines than any other character. I myself am totally cool with Kurt's central role. Rachel was on the spotlight throughout the first season, so now it's Kurt's turn to enjoy it for a while, right? Of course I'm biased, because I've always adored Kurt, and Chris Colfer too, and I think there is so much interesting stuff to do with the character that he really does deserve all the attention. And it's quite understandable that Ryan Murphy, the creator of Glee, wants to put his own thoughts and experiences on the show, and he is of course able to write deep and meaty storylines for a character he relates to.

At the same time, I hope the writers listen to this reaction and maybe tone Kurt's role down for a while - keep him in the circles of course, but put someone else on the spotlight next, like Artie or Tina or Santana or Mercedes. Because if there's more Kurt-centric episodes right after this one, they might really do harm to the character (that no doubt is one of the favourites of the fandom) - if you keep rubbing something at somebody's face, they tend to get sick of it. And let's face it, Furt was a shameless ode for Kurt Hummel. We already know he is amazing just the way he is, they didn't have to underline it like that. (Though of course I loved that they did. I took the bait and swallowed it more than willingly. I need much more Kurt rubbed at my face before I get sick of him.) Anyway, as Kurt has now been temporarily transfered (it's temporary. Right? RIGHT??) elsewhere, I think other characters will get more attention and when Kurt returns everyone will welcome him back with open arms, because we all missed him and the whole time were longing for another speech or song dedicated to him.


Finally, some other random remarks about the episode.

- I want one of those hats Kurt was wearing in the first scene! See the first picture of the post.
- I'm not sure what to think about that Sam dude. He can be pretty charming, but on the other hand he sure as hell is not completely sincere with Quinn, as he's so much after popularity and social status. I'm watching you, stud. (And I don't want him to be Peeta anymore. Like I did after Audition. Too dodgy-ish, he is.)
- I think Tina is a bit jealous of Artie. Maybe she'll soon forget about the abs of Mike Chang and return to him, crawling.
- Santana seems lonely and left-out. I kind of feel for her. And I bet she'll sooner or later blurt out to Rachel that her and Finn actually did have sex. Oh-ow.
- Burt Hummel remains the coolest TV dad ever. He's even cooler than Sandy Cohen.
- I adored Mr Schue's hips when he was singing at the wedding.
- "I just prefer to think of the homeless as outdoorsy. So shine on, urban campers; you smell like adventure." And that's apparently how Sue C's it.
- Sue's interests on the online dating site: "Extreme taxidermy, tantric yelling and poking the elderly with pins."
- Finn about Kurt's wedding plans and the 300 doves he wants to release indoors: "Won't that get kind of messy?" Kurt's matter-of-fact answer is: "That's why we feed them glitter, Finn."
- One of the most bizarre lines ever: "By the power vested in me by a website, I hereby pronounce you Sue and Sue. You may kiss yourself."
- As Sue nobly resigned as a protest, Figgins will be back next week. I'm happy. I've missed his accent.
- The writers showed that they 'speak Gleek' : Finn mentions in his speech that couples in Glee club get a nickname, like Rachel/Finn is Finchel (and now him and Kurt are Furt. That was sweet). It's always nice when the writers honour the fans in the scripts like this. They did a lot of that in Lost.
- Speking of which... Two Lost nods: 1) "We're gonna go to Waikiki. Stay at the hotel where they put up the guest stars of Lost." 2) A guest star of Lost: it's Dr Arzt! In one piece! Yaaay!


This post wasn't supposed to be this long. It got a bit out of hand. Pretend to be shocked...

Day 07 – A song that you can dance to


In the Madonna episode Kurt and Mercedes do 4 Minutes with the Cheerios. Oh how I love it! Their voices sound great together, and it's cool how they're both kind of out of their comfort zones. And who knew Kurt could look so freaking hot in a cheerleader costume?? I'm totally diggin' this confident and sexy side of Kurt. I love that little move he does, when he goes like "ah!", he kneels and jumps back up again. Judging by the way these two dance they should have stayed in the Cheerios! Though then Kurt should just wear that same costume every day and that would be boring.


Come on girl, I've been waiting for somebody
To pick up my stroll
Well don't waste time, give me the sign
Tell me how you wanna roll

Nov 24, 2010

Day 06 – A song that reminds you of a certain event


Today I reminisce about a car trip we took with my dad and my little brother, about, I don't know, five years ago? I don't remember where we were going, but we had only one CD with us, and it was some Beatles collection. I started to sing along, because, you know, that's what I do, and my dad joined me (and we are some of the most non-musical people in the country) and my brother was like clapping his hands and doing weird noises to the rhytm in the backseat. I'm glad no one heard it. But it was a nice, spontaneous little singalong moment. I love those!

  As a singer, Cory Monteith would sure beat both me and my dad put together any day, with his hands tied together and eyes closed and so on, but he's not the most talented vocalist on Glee, to say it nicely. He's getting better, though! The Hello Goodbye number is not one of my favourites, but a nice enough song anyway!

 
I say high , you say low
You say why, and I say I don't know
Oh no
You say goodbye and I say hello

Nov 23, 2010

Day 05 – A song that reminds of you of somewhere



A bit more nostalgy today, from the same period of time than yesterday. The year the members of my 'gang' turned 18, we used to drive around for hours on my friend's white BMW, listening to music pretty much like this. Oh, did we have a blast... But yeah, mainly this song is here, because I couldn't find a better place for it, haha. Because sometimes this meme is just about trying to find good days for the songs I want to include. And I wanted to include this one.

Push it is a song from the earliest episodes, second, I think? They perform in front of the whole school for the first time and against Mr. Schue's will, they give them what they want: sex! I love Artie's badass-ghetto-rapper persona, and how Kurt slaps Finn on the bottom after the high-five. Oh and Principal Figgins does pretty good job cracking me up. Oh god... I think this song reminds him of somewhere, too.


Now wait a minute, y'all
This dance ain't for everybody
Only the sexy people
So all you fly mothers, get on out there and dance
Dance, I said!

Nov 22, 2010

Glee comes to Europe! ... Damn them.

Yesterday I was just casually wandering around internet when I happened to stumble upon some quite disturbing news on Glee's Facebook page. The 'Glee Live! In Concert!' tour crosses the Atlantic next summer as they perform in Manchester, London and Dublin. Great news, right? Tell me about it.

The thing is, just a few days before, as I'd been longingly watching and rewatching their live performances from last summers US tour on Youtube, I sweared to myself that if they ever happened to come to Europe, I'd be right there in the front row, dancing and singing along and laughing and crying and screaming and hyperventilating like that was my last day on Earth.

Hmm. Be careful what you wish for, right?

As you can imagine, I'd like nothing else more than to go see them. Because how awesome would that be?? Answer: very. But there's a but, of course, and it has mostly to do with the issue of money. I'd happily pay quite a lot for a ticket, but the trips there and back cost extra of course... Oh and I don't have too many volunteers to go with me. I've been trying to brainwash my friends, but so far none has gleeked out. They start selling tickets on Friday. I'd imagine they'll be gone in a flash. I'll try to make up my mind and find someone to go with me by then, but oh, I don't know. It would be so awesome and a huge shame to miss an opportunity like this! ... So, damn them!

Can you imagine seeing this live?? I hardly can.


Oh well. We'll see. If someone wants to come with me, please let me know, I'd be thrilled, to say the least. ;D

Day 04 – A song that reminds you of someone


...Baby One More Time reminds me of my close group of friends. A few years back when we all still lived in the same city, we often had these little get-togethers that included some alcohol and lots of karaoke. This was one of the most popular song choices. Because it's relatively easy. Even I was able to get a pretty good score. My friends sometimes mockingly called me 'the Singstar Queen', because I didn't even need much alcohol, if any, to step up and scream my lungs out while 'singing' to that microphone. Aw, good times. Don't know if I had the guts anymore.

In Glee, this song was a part of the Britney Spears episode of course. My only comment on it is that Brittany is a much better Britney than Rachel. But a cool number anyway.


 When I’m not with you I lose my mind
Give me a sign
Hit me baby one more time

Glee quote of the week






 "I will no longer be carrying around photo ID. Know why? People should know who I am."


Sue Sylvester / Home

Nov 21, 2010

Day 03 – A song that makes you sad


Although I Want to Hold Your Hand is not the saddest song is the world, Chris Colfer's performance is enough to break your heart. Seriously, the kid is amazing. All that sadness he is able to express with his eyes only, and how he is about to burst into tears the whole time... Throw in the flashbacks of Kurt and his dad and there you go, I call that sad. All that emotion, aaaaaah, it's overwhelming! And I could listen to that voice all day. (Wait a minute, I kind of have, recently.)

(By the way, I love little Kurt with his pointed little finger and the HAIRFLIP! Freaking AWWW!)

 
 Oh yeah, I'll tell you something
I think you'll understand
When I'll say that something
I wanna hold your hand

Nov 20, 2010

Rachel Berry / the desperate wannabe Broadway superstar

Lea Michele plays the female lead of Glee, Rachel Berry. Rachel Berry is the female lead of the Glee club. And she wouldn't have it any other way. She's been pursuing the spotlight since the moment she was born and probably before that, too. She was raised by her two gaydads and she always puts a little golden star after her name. It's a metaphor, you know. In the club, she always gets the big solos and if someone threats that position, she kind of freaks out. She used to get slushied a lot, but now she's living the ultimate romantic high school comedy cliché, as she's dating the quarterback of the football team. Though I think now they both get slushied... Oh well.

Rachel is annoying. But it's okay, we forgive her, because that's a part of the whole thing and a universally acknowledged truth! I feel that especially in season 2 she's become funnier and more likable, maybe because the character has developed a bit, or because I now look at those irritating comments from the point of view of humour. She has never been one of my favourites, but I guess that's just my old tendencies of disliking the main characters kicking in. Like, she gets more attention in the show than I'd have interest to follow her. She hasn't had any major storylines this season, which in a way makes it easier for me to enjoy the moments when she does get attention. Though of course she still gets to sing a lot. Which brings us to the next subject.

Having been performing on Broadway since she was eight, Lea Michele is obviously the most experienced and technically best singer of the young actors of Glee. And yeah, the girl can sing, well, even I can hear that. But that doesn't make her performances my personal favourites. Why? Well, first there's the matter I already discussed above, meaning my little leading character syndrome. Simply put, after a while I just got tired of her singing because she got to do it all the time.

Secondly, and most importantly, there is always that theatricality about her perfomances. Which is of course a vital part of the character of Rachel, always aiming for Broadway, and also a part of Michele, who has practically grown up on Broadway, and learned to be dramatic and exaggerated when on stage. And that's totally cool and only appropriate. (Wow. Just had a deja vu. Does this mean I'm repetitive...? Hope not.) She's so polished and professional it's almost boring. The thing is, it does not appeal to me as much as - well, this is just a random example (...random my ass...) - the subtle and seemingly effortless performing of Chris Colfer. Of which I'm not going to say more right now, because in the future there will be a lot more praise for him than anyone can stand. I apologize in advance. But I don't mean it. Haha.

One more thing about her singing. Anyone who's watched even one episode of Glee knows she makes faces when she sings. Which is okay by me, if it enables her to sing like that, but I can't help that sometimes it annoys me, a lot. But hey, live and let live. I mean make faces and let make faces. I mean.... damn. The phrase didn't work like I hoped I would. Anyway.

Here is one of my favourites performances by Rachel. That's a really really good version of the song. If you want a proof that the girl can sing live too, see this video from the Tony Awards.


Another nice scene, this one's from the second season, with the new character Sunshine. A great example of how Rachel being annoying can be funny. "You like me sing very much!" (P.S. It's Rachel vs. Sunshine. Who wins? Well, Sue Sylvester, of course.)





"I'm like Tinkerbell, Finn, I need applause to live!"


"I won my first dance competition when I was three months old."


"Well, I do have something that I've been working on since I was four."


"Aside from nudity and the exploitation of animals, I'll pretty much do anything to break into the business."

Day 02 – A song that makes you happy


The first Girl vs. Boys competition went to the girls, as far as I'm concerned. The Halo/Walking on Sunshine mash-up is fun and bubbly and bursting with energy... boosted by some Vitamin D, as you remember. And Rachel's final 'HALOOOOOOOO!'... Hm, any broken glasses? (And those yellow dresses are cute!)


 I used to think maybe you loved me now baby I'm sure
And I just cant wait till the day when you knock on my door

Nov 19, 2010

Day 01 – Your favourite song


(I'm a bit worried about Quinn's jumping around, considering that she will have her baby in about half an hour.)
 
I'll start this meme by cheating. It's not only that this is not my favourite song at the moment (I saved THE favourite for another day), but also I chose three songs instead of one. But I'll forgive myself! The Journey Medley they do in the Regionals is simply awesome, and the goosebumps are undeniable. Especially the Anyway You Want It/Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin' mash-up is brilliant. They should've won! Oh well, they couldn't, of course. It was about the journey and inner growth and all that.


 She loves to laugh, she loves to sing
she does everything
she loves to move, she loves to groove
she loves lovin' things

31 Days of Music: The Glee Edition


Alrighty, time to get crackin'! Glee without music would be like Sue Sylvester without a sweatsuit. Or like that time Kurt dressed up like his father and tried to be straight. That is, impossible! Glee and music are one. And so I've decided to take the popular music meme and make a Glee Edition out of it. It will require a bit reshaping and some changes, and of course the selection of songs is limited (on the other hand new songs come every week, which might cause headaches, too), but I think it'll be fun. I get to talk about some of my favourite songs and perfomances and I'm afraid there's quite a bit of praise for Kurt on the way, haha.

I'll post Day 01 later today!

Nov 17, 2010

A gleeful welcome!


Hello and welcome to my new Glee Blog! I created another blog in addition to my movie blog, Life is like Chocolat, because... well. I love Glee and thought it would be nice to have a place completely dedicated to babbling about it. The blog is still under some construction, but I am impatient and wanted to have the grand opening in spite of that.

Coming up: It is my ambitious and seemingly unreachable goal to write a post of every episode and every major character of Glee. Also, I'll be posting Glee-related news and whatever Glee-related I feel like posting. For example, I've been thinking about doing a Glee version of the '31 Days of Music' meme thingy. We'll see where time gets us, if anywhere!
 
Now, as I'm listening to Glee soundtracks in an endless repeat, here's one song that I've been playing over and over and again. Behind closed doors. Lights out. Eyes closed. Or possibly staring a wall. (Not creepy at all!) Aww, Kurt is so sweet and delicious I'd eat him if it didn't prevent him from singing more.
 

So, grab your slushie, tune your voice, put on your dancing shoes, iron your sweatsuit, give your inner loser a nice pat on the back and get ready to gleek out with me! Please.