With possibly the biggest guest star this show has ever had being on this week’s episode, it was definitely an amusing one to watch. Not only that, but the news of Max (Kat Dennings) and Deke (Eric André) breaking up allowed the episode to take another turn throughout. So, with the heartbreak and the humour, did the show manage to pull it out of the bag?
We saw the end to our favourite television doctor couple and a wonderful guest star in the space of our final double bill of The Mindy Project this week.
No, I am not crying because Chris Colfer is the most amazing actor on the planet. Nor is it because Amber Riley’s vocals and music are both so astounding. Anyway… here’s what you missed on Glee.
So it’s settled. Mindy (Mindy Lahiri) and Danny (Chris Messina) are finally together! Also, whilst Cliff (Glenn Howerton) may be the most annoying character on the show, at least Peter (Adam Pally) saves the day, right?
Somehow the Glee calendar jumped six months into the future because the remaining seniors finally graduated and of course nobody could wait until a certain someone was in New York!
This week the show proved that if it wasn’t dead by mid season four, it was most definitely in its grave now. And why is that?
The day has come, friends. Nick Miller (Jake Johnson) and Jess Day (Zooey Deschanel) have broken up. Along with the usual antics of the rest of the crew, the episode had a great balance of emotion and amusement. So let’s get cracking.
Was this the series finale of Glee we just watched? Unfortunately not, but it was a wonderful episode, in some ways.
First things first, let’s get the bad things out of the way first (although they will pop up here and there – and by bad things, you know what I mean).
This season definitely came to a close far too quickly, and what a crazy ride it has been. This episode allowed the show to take another turn on the bumpy and slightly uncomfortable rollercoster that was season three, and it was pretty big.
Let’s start this review off by having a toast to the fact that the OG’s of Glee are back and that a certain character was not all over our faces for the first time since season three *glasses clink*. Now, here we go!
Whether you have been following Glee since its Pilot episode, season five or stopped somewhere between, this episode probably filled you with so much happiness that you had the urge to wear your old I’m A Gleek t-shirts and replay every episode for the next week. Just me?