Plus, Blaine makes a decision that'll reunite him and Kurt for years to come!
The Dec. 13 episode of Glee started with an alternate reality, one where Artie (Kevin McHale) never ended up in a wheelchair. Aside from a minute number of moments, I'd like to pretend this episode never existed. Can we make that happen? Where's Rory Flanagan (Damian McGinty) when you need him? Artie journeyed through a world where Blaine (Darren Criss) never existed, Quinn (Dianna Agron) died and Finchel never happened! It was Rory who acted as Artie's guardian angle (?) through this faux reality, but in an all too quick flash, it was over with. For a theme that was super-hyped in the previews, you'd think they would put more than eight minutes into the "what if" plot direction. Enough with my ranting! I'll highlight the moments that did leave me entertained.
While many fanswill not agree with me, Sam (Chord Overstreet) and Brittany (Heather Morris) make a great couple. Their scenes together were sweet, cute and endearing. In short form, Sam and Brittany think the world is ending on Dec. 21, 2012, so they set
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D23 Unveils PBS documentary American Experience: Walt Disney
At Disney's bi-annual D23 expo, audiences viewed PBS's documentary about the company's leader in American Experience: Walt Disney. Featured are rare glimpses at the dark and light sides of Walt Disney, the creator of modern American consumerism.