safenthecity: (Dark Angel girls)
[personal profile] safenthecity

My friends just showed me the first disc of Glee. I like it.

I kind of love Sue Sylvester.

She's the only character whose name I can remember- well, her and Kurt. Most of the other actors I know from other things, and the ones I don't, don't have much interesting to do yet. But oh man, Sue.

It's so wrong, but I kind of want her.

And another Gleek is born...

Date: 2010-06-04 10:43 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Yeah, Sue's pretty freakin' awesome (for the high school equivalent of Iago from Othello). And believe it or not, she gets a surprisingly large amount of tail...

Re: And another Gleek is born...

Date: 2010-06-05 05:28 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Sue is so fantastic. She's such a horrible, awful bitch, and the stuff she says is so unbelievably offensive sometimes... and god help me if I don't want her to do me on this couch. I don't know what's wrong with me.

Date: 2010-06-05 03:22 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
"It's so wrong it's right" pretty much sums up my entire relationship with Glee.

Oh, Sue. I adore Sue. Wait until you see the one where Mr. Schuster pretty much gives her a lap dance. And becomes Madonna. And dances with Olivia Newton-John. And pretty much every time she speaks.

Kurt, Mercedes, and Brittany (the blond cheerleader who doesn't get much to do in the first batch of episodes, but watch out for her when she does) are my favorites. Have you seen the one where Kurt joins the football team yet?

Date: 2010-06-05 03:44 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
*LOVES that episode, but doesn't speak for fear of spoilers*

Date: 2010-06-05 05:36 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Hee, being a theater person, I am quite adept in the art of willingly suspending my disbelief and just allowing myself to enjoy this madness.

I love Sue in an unhealthy fashion, especially considering her anti-gay stance. For some reason, I have this completely unhealthy desire to have her take me into her office and do ungodly things with her. I must have problems or something. (Though this is possibly because every time she says stuff like that, all I can think of is The Gaythering Storm, and it makes me want to fetch her a Giant Gay Repellent Umbrella.)

I have seen the football one! My friends and I spent pretty much all day watching it, so I only have the fourth disc to go. Kurt as the kicker? AMAZING. (And oh, Brittany's comments about ballads being male ducks already has me loving her)

I keep having trouble keeping peoples' names straight. I don't see Terri, Will, Emma, or Rachel- I keep calling them Meredeth, Link, Charlie, and Lea, respectively. (The first three for former roles, and the last... well, I briefly met Lea Michele, and that's all I can think when I look at her.)

Date: 2010-06-05 12:06 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
1. Sue's kind of like Sam Vimes in regards to hate... sure, she might hate gay people, but she hates everything else equally, so it balances out, in a Sue kind of way. ... that sounded more awful than I thought. Eh.

2. You do not surprise me with your Sue-love. Her absolute Amazonian ballsiness is strangely compelling. Plus, in the show, I'm pretty sure her sexual conquests are exclusively with people who loathe her.

3. An entire offensive line doing the dance to Single Ladies? CROWNING. MOMENT. OF AWESOME. ^_^

Date: 2010-06-05 01:26 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
That's exactly what I was going to say about Sue--it's equal opportunity hatred. Really, the only thing that stands out is her pathological loathing of Will Schuster and his hair.

I watched that, and yes, that would be such a Sue-ish thing to say! It would be hilarious and awesome if the writers of the show worked in a mention/shout-out to that somehow.

Date: 2010-06-05 06:28 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
That's what makes Sue so delightful, is just how awful she is.

Though I wanted Will to punch her in the face in the finale. When she said "You're not going to push a woman, are you?" I shouted "YES. DO IT." But Will is better than that.

xD They better reference it somehow. I really want an icon of Sue with that quote.

Date: 2010-06-05 06:25 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
1. HA. Yeah, that sums it up- I can't be mad at her for her anti-gay vitriol, because she's just so... anti-human being in general, that her words are just hilarious rather than upsetting.

2. WELL THEN. All the better!

3. I agree, sir. Brilliant. Plus, y'know, little Kurt being the kicker. Took me right back to high school freshman year, when our team was so horrible the almost retired band director was a better kicker than our kicker. We tested that theory. :)

What do you say to taking chances

Date: 2010-06-05 08:12 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
1. You think that's something? Wait until you meet her sister...

Date: 2010-06-06 07:33 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
glee is seriously my crack. like, i have a legit habit that cannot or will not be denied. i spend so much money on downloading all the songs (ALL. THE. SONGS.) from iTunes, and i'm frankly amazed that i'm making myself wait to get the dvds until the full season comes out in august or whenever. also, i probs would have sold an ovary just to see the live show, but since that didn't happen i can still have babies with matthew morrison (mr. schue).

sue is awesome in the first half of the season (road to sectionals), but imo they kind of neglect her in the back nine (road to regionals) and i think the writers are just counting on people not forgetting how awesome she is. but it's kind of ok, cause you get a little bit more of some other characters. like kurt. who is fucking fierce. and his dad. who is a total bad-ass, even if it is the same guy who's in the annoying time warner cable commercials. and then they give you a little more quinn time which is cool cause it gives her character some depth....and obvs i'm all about the puckerone because really, just unf. (also, these comments are really spoiler free, i promise)

long story short, you should continue watching glee. because i really wish chs had a show choir when we were there. and the fact that it takes place in ohio is really just hilarious to me. and i really actually enjoy their covers more than i like a lot of the originals, which is just boggling.

gaaahhh i love glee.

Date: 2010-06-07 11:04 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Uh, it's become MY crack, too. I just watched all 21 episodes since Friday. Unhealthy is what this is. And I almost had a fit of glee (oh the puns!) when I saw Matt Morrison was in this. Original Link Larkin! :D :D :D

Kurt is amazing. And his dad. I almost cried in Theatricality when his dad kicked Finn out. That episode was amazing. I think I am the only person in the world who is just "meh" about Puck, but it has a lot to do with his personality. If his character were less of a douche, I'd think he was cuter. Because he's not AHAHAHA AMAZING mean like Sue.

I love the Ohio jokes. "We live in Ohio, not New York or San Francisco or some other city where they eat vegetables that aren't fried!" I had to pause so I could finish laughing.


safenthecity: (Default)

May 2014

45678 910

Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags
Page generated Sep. 20th, 2017 07:57 pm
Powered by Dreamwidth Studios