Let me start this recap by letting out a huge, exasperated sigh. Though my wish for Tina to speak lines where she sounds intelligent and doesn’t cry immediately after or during came true, I was (like most of this season) disappointed and bored with this episode of Glee.
To start things off, what was the point of making this week’s installment 90 minutes long? Also, buzz around the episode was that it was “Gaga-inspired” and, by that, I guess they meant that would take the idea of “being proud of who you are” as their theme, then they would sing one Lady Gaga song. I am guessing this because, well, that’s what they did. Someone might want to inform Ryan Murphy that the whole idea of accepting and embracing one’s own personal flaws was circulating in the conscious world prior to Gaga even being born. I know, I know. It’s difficult to imagine a world where this pop messiah didn’t exist. Then again, I can’t fathom that people used to live without indoor plumbing. The world used to be different. However, human nature…kinda sorta the same.