There have been plenty of jokes regarding Glee and its lack of continuity - even their own choreographer Zach Woodlee has pointed out this massive floor a couple times. But as of the latest episode, it is now official that the writers themselves are aware of the tragedy that is, their writing!
However, there is one side of the show that really has potential to be a success… but this show’s team is too silly and obsessed with the less talented cast members to realise that.
It’s that time of the year again. When we lose some of the most precious of contestants… although this happened throughout the entirety of this year’s competition, this week was the most shocking yet! With another double elimination, a very surprising result made everybody in the arena realise just how tough the competition actually is.
The quarter finals are among us and, well, the competition never gets easier! With two songs to perform in one night, the acts were really ready to step up their game. Some did bad, some were great, but all of them had at least one of their performances on point. So with this, how much work do they have to put in in order to survive? Clearly a lot.
Christmas came a little early this week on The Mindy Project, and Mindy (Mindy Kaling) was determined to find a new boyfriend, and by boyfriend, she was definitely after only one guy in particular, Cliff (Glenn Howerton). It was a good episode for Mindy, but not her real lover (kind of).
Have you ever wanted to watch a film because you thought that the action would be really good but in the end it turns out to be all about context? Well that is pretty much what this episode was like, except replace ‘action’ for ‘emotion’ and ‘context’ for ‘humour’, then we’re on the same page.
This week the New Directions saw themselves as puppets under their master’s control… Just like every other episode! But here’s the catch, this time the members are then forced to be apologetic to their master and let him take charge again! Okay, so it’s really just like every other episode.
Well, the biggest shock yet occurred. The show is known for these mistakes, but sometimes they just happen and we have to move on. This episode was not only shocking, but the guest performers were quite riveting in their own respect.
This week, with the theme making sure that the entire set of contestants performed with a 25 piece band, it was “particularly difficult” for the contestants to perform as they were in front of a total of 25 more people! In reality, however, it was nothing different from any other night, except for the fact that the contestants were all outstanding. All of them! However, there was one act that impressed the arena more than the others…
Previously on The Mindy Project we were all swooning over our favourite soon-to-be couple Mindy (Mindy Kaling) and Danny (Chris Messina) getting closer than ever. Anyone remember that? Well for some reason that’s being pushed aside because now we’ve received a few mixed signals. Yet, somehow there a few feelings in the air for Mindy and our new favourite character, Peter (Adam Pally).
After many unfortunate Thanksgivings with the New Girl crew taking place, this was the year they all decided to take some initiative and have a great time together. However, due to Coach’s (Damon Wayans Jr.) advice, Nick (Jake Johnson) decided that he should become more of a “man” and show off his “manly” skills, the day didn’t turn out quite as planned, as usual. With this, the episode had both its charm, humour and the all round family feeling we always expect (and love).