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baby, play me something like 'here comes the sun'
07 December 2012 @ 09:41 am
AV Club - 'a snappy episode that splits its time just right'Collapse )
Hit Fix - 'an odd strategy for a show that's already bleeding fans'Collapse )
RBI Report - 'So with the writers patently kicking down the fourth wall and punching me in the face with meta, I'm not sure how I should react to the whole ordeal.'Collapse )
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i dont even need your love
07 December 2012 @ 01:19 pm
since thecanuckian have decided to stop this post, he had granted me his Canadian blessing to continue his legacy to me. from now on, i'll be taking care of this particular post bc i have nothing to do, not because i dedicate myself to this particular clusterfuck of a show or anything smh i just love how statistics can prove everyone's wrong.

i'm still new and still not used to the formats (and still a human), please warn me if you notice anything's wrong!

plot twist: nothing really changesCollapse )
betty when you call me you can call me val
07 December 2012 @ 04:44 pm

EXCLUSIVE: Glee is bringing another new face to the mix. I’ve learned that the Fox dramedy, known for breaking fresh talent, has cast young British actor Oliver Kieran-Jones in a recurring role. (The show tends to cast newcomers as recurring and then promote those whose characters pop to regulars.) Kieran-Jones will play the leader of the glee club at NYADA, which new student Kurt Hummel (Chris Colfer) is interested in joining. (With the rigorous training at NYADA, do other college glee clubs even stand a chance?!) With the addition of a glee club, the New York storyline of the show will now more closely resemble the one in Ohio where New Directions in currently picking up the pieces after their shocking loss at sectionals.

Kieren-Jones’ only previous U.S. TV credit was an arc on the Showtime/BBC comedy Episodes as assistant-turned-filmmaker Andrew. He has extensive stage credits in the U.K., including co-starring alongside Kevin Spacey in Richard II and alongside Ralph Fiennes in Julius Caesar. Kieren-Jones is a graduate of the prestigious LAMDA, which is a real-life, London version of NYADA. He is repped by UTA, UK’s United Agents and managed by Inspire Entertainment.


Looks like Rachel will be able to pass her Intro to Hotties textbook to roommate Kurt come January.

Glee has cast British actor Oliver Kieran-Jones to play the new head of the glee club at NYADA and a potential love interest for Chris Colfer‘s incoming freshman, Kurt.

The actor’s most noteworthy credit stateside was an arc on Showtime’s Episodes.

Jones’ deal calls for him to recur during Glee‘s current fourth season with an option to become a series regular in Season 5.

The news was first reported by our sister site, Deadline.


The glee club is called Adam and The Apples

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07 December 2012 @ 10:23 pm

Having read through the comments, I've attempted to compile the concerns into something more readable. 

Special thanks to radrcks, unironically, for clearing a lot of things up. and mystickeeper, who asked about it.

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Source: ontd_glee. Guest star: chordover. Lemme know what you think.

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