Here’s some ground rules:
- Slushy students - no severe punishment
- Bully students - no severe punishment
- Get into fights - no severe punishment
- Staff puts their hands on students - no severe punishment
- Steal fire extinguisher - no severe punishment
- Light piano on fire - no severe punishment
- Harm another student(s) - no severe punishment
- Toss student in dumpster - no severe punishment
- Stuff ballots - SUSPENDED/PULLED FROM CLUB ACTIVITIES
I’m kinda over the Hummelberry friendship. I was so in love with them but the writers ruined it in the last two episodes.
And no it’s not because of Rachel taking the blame for Kurt and ruining her own future.
Them making up last episode and what they said during that scene and Rachels voice over totally made that friendship seem shallow and for the wrong reasons and made me not like them as BFFs anymore :(
I don’t know. I think this was a continuity issue more than anything else. When Figgins said they had had a zero tolerance policy on physical violence for 3 years, that led me to believe that we were supposed to conveniently forget all the fights that have happened prior to this episode. Not to mention the fact that Rachel rigging the election was apparently an offense worthy of suspension, but slushies and other things like that are not.
THIS is the reason i wasn’t really down for that scene. i went off about it with other people last night, but the way that scene came off made it seem like any of the blame wasn’t quinn’s. it was everyone but her, because she wasn’t supported~.
Quinn got plenty of support in S1. Finn was there for her (yeah he did have those crazy feelings for Rachel but in the end he chose Quinn and ‘their’ baby). Puck was there for her. The Glee club supported her. Rachel reached out to her (and Quinn has been a bitch to her way before the whole FR thing started). Mercedes supported her. Carole was there for her and took her in. Her mother came back and apologized and even wanted to help with the baby. She had one hell of a support system in S1.
In S2 she got Sam. A sweet guy who was there for her and there is no one but Quinn to blame for what happened there. Finn later on was to blame as well but Quinn was the one that started it. I don’t think that the things that Finn did in the Superbowl episode were him trying to get Quinn back. He was just being a friend and Quinn was the one that made the first move. She started it and then Finn made it worse.
She got back with Finn and it could have been great if only Rachel could have stayed away. This is the one thing that I will not blame Quinn for because Rachel is to blame for this mess. Rachel once again didn’t respect FQs relationship.
Come S3 we get Quinn being a skank. She decided that ND after everything are no longer her friends. Rachel once again reached out (though her speech about being a family and being friends just made me want to kick something)
Shelby comes back and I get that this is difficult but Quinn has been a bitch to Shelby from the very first moment. She was all ‘I’m her mother, not you!’ from the beginning.
She goes back to pretty dresses and blond hair and comes back to ND and people welcome her back with open arms.
She wants the baby back and Puck actually supports her in this because he wants the baby back too and thinks they could be good parents. That is until she starts with her crazy shit and doesn’t even care if Shelby gets arrested. That was her own doing and her idea. She wants to be a mother? Then bond with your baby and do not try to take away the only mother the baby knows.
I said it once before but this whole Shelby/Puck mess is partially Quinns fault. Puck was already on board with the whole baby thing and was trying and she put him down because of his job. Shelby didn’t. Of course he would rather spend time with someone who appreciates his efforts. He spend time with Shelby and that’s how they got to kiss in the first place. This could have been Quinn instead.
Quinn never takes responsibility for anything. Everyone else is getting blamed and I’m sick of it and I can not support her or Quick. She lets him take all the blame for something that is not all his fault. Just like with the Glist for example. How is that love? How is that fair?
Yes, Quinn needs help but first she needs to accept that she also is to blame for whatever bad things happened to her.
Puck is to blame for Quinn’s terrible life because he knocked her up. We heard it many time from her and she didn’t correct Puck when he said it last night. I would have been more sympathetic towards her if she had had the decency to not let him take all the blame because it was not all his fault. But here she is trying to get herself pregnant again. Why would she want to go through that again what ruined her life in the first place?
Also I think Puck was way too nice to her at the end and all this sucking up and stuff was too much. She didn’t want anything to do with him when he got her pregnant. She let everyone believe that the baby was Finns and wouldn’t let him be part of Beths life. She said that she would go to her grave swearing it’s Finns baby. She was horrible to him and here she is trying to do what she hated him for in the previous seasons and he takes the blame for it and doesn’t let her know that he is just as hurt?
Most of the emotional scenes this season leave me cold. I don’t feel anything while watching them.
I blame this on some of the actors because some just can’t do emotional scenes to save their life. Some should not be given emotional scenes that include dialog. And for others where I have seen proof that they can do those kinda scenes I blame it on the writing.
Have they been watching S3?
Go on and hold her till the screaming is gone.
I can think of a few things he can do to her while holding her that will make her start screaming.
I find it interesting that the writers chose to have Rachel look hurt about Puck and Shelby in ITOO and have Quinn look mad/angry.
From my current fav place TWoP.
Yay, Lady Music Week! Music created by ladies, for ladies. I can’t wait to see all the strong, independant female characters taking charge of their own lives.
Santana - Poor Santana, it’s so hard to be closeted. Luckily, Finn is around to act as her white, straight, able-bodied knight in shining armour, and sing her a touching song to help her come to terms with being a gay, Latina girl. Huzzah!
Rachel - No need to worry her pretty little head about what they have planned, just because she is the club’s co-captain, as well as being a female who was raised by two gay dads and might actually be able to bring some genuine empathy to what Sanana’s going through. Better to give her an entirely separate plot, where she can do something foolish in an attempt to help out a male in her life and learn yet another valuable life lesson for the fiftieth time.
Shannon - We get a lovely, heart warming lesson about how you need to change yourself to get a man. Oh, also, it’s never the cheater’s fault if he strays, it’s yours for not putting out. You should go after the other woman with your claws out, instead of blaming the poor, innocent man for being swayed by the evil seductress in a tracksuit.
Brittany - Let’s just ignore the fact it’s also her relationship that’s about to go public. Instead, have a scene of her buying votes with Pixie Sticks. Hahaha, isn’t that wacky? She’s so stupid.
Shelby - Unable to deal with her decision to become a single mother, she must turn to the first male in her life who shows even a tiny bit of interest in her. So what if that male happens to be more than half her age, and a student to boot? Silly little things like laws should not stand in the way of their true love, and he is clearly much more responsible in handling adult concerns like hospital visits than she is.
Quinn - Poor little lost girl, all messed up and without any kind of support in her life. Let’s just forget the way the club rallied around her while pregnant, the way Mercedes let her live at her house, the fact that her mother asked to be a part of her life again. Nope, none of that counts. What she really needs is a nice snuggle with a strong, supportive man, after he tells her all about her problems and how he will solve them.
Tina, Mercedes, Sugar - Well, they got to dance along to the theme song for titilating lesbianism. That’s enough. Nobody actually wants to hear them talk, anyway.
What. Ever. I think I’m just about done with this show.” —TWoP
Shit, I totally forgot that tomorrow is the first. Damn! Need to code the new PR layout tonight.
but I absolutely LOVE how you can see Mark smiling at Lea during the PR interaction even though his back is to the screen.
Seriously the smallest things make me flail with these two it’s unbelievable to explain the things they do to me.