During “Glee“‘s first season, I was a ginormous fan. I reveled in the show’s big musical numbers, had an incurable crush on Puck, and would never have considered watching it in anything but real time. This season, however, I’ve felt much less “Glee” obsess-y. Maybe it’s the fact that Sue Sylvester‘s role has seemed downgraded. Maybe it’s the fact that the song choices seemed less spot on. Or that the concept just seemed less fresh. Or the horrendous decision New Directions made to write their own songs for competition rather than use iconic tunes—which, hello, singing along is why we’re watching in the first place.
But last night, before the season finale, I decided to watch the last five episodes—all of which have sat unviewed for weeks on my DVR—in a row. And you know what? I was pretty darn pleased. Keep reading »