I’ve been known to cry during a Glee finale or two (or all of them). At the end of all of the previous finales, I’ve sat with my emotions pouring out of me for an hour. At the end of this season’s, I got off my couch, fed my cats, got a glass of water and went to watch something else before I thought, ‘Oh yeah, have to write about that Glee episode.’ This finale was on par with one of the show’s typical, mid-season fluff episodes that are usually forgettable. A finale is supposed to be special. It’s supposed to make you happy, sad, or shock you. It’s supposed to make you feel something. That’s what all good TV finales do, and ‘All or Nothing’ just didn’t measure up.
#If i were to put the subtitles on what Klaine is thinking over that dead silence after saying they are not a couple.
They tossed their pens down and said, “We’re screwed. We’ll just do it next season
The fact that Klainers have heard audio of Blaine in a jewelery store, looking at engagement rings for Kurt, saying he loves Kurt and that they are soul mates and calling Kurt his boyfriend yet we’re still terrified and anxious says all you need to know about Glee.
and we were right
“Watch the episode before you judge” they said. “Good things will happen for Klaine” they said.
I want to punch myself in the face.