Re Finn, his so-called "list of demands" to return to ND were ridiculous. Despite his not always expressing it maturely, Will not only had every right to be pissed at Finn, it finally motivated Finn to get off his ass and do something constructive with his life, so his conditional return to ND was petulant. Since Will has a job and a degree, unlike Finn, he should have more say in ND's fate than Finn. Speaking of Finn, him and college are about as compatible as Sue Sylvester and sanity. Finn learned (an oxymoron, I know) that there's much more to college than parties, slip and slide and the Harlem Shake. At least Finn is actually enrolled
in college, unlike Puck, who's using it as a crash pad. Puck reminds me of Matthew McConaghey's character in Dazed & Confused
, who keeps chasing young girls because they "stay the same age" while he gets older.
Re Rachel, the "special snowflake" treatment continues. She couldn't just be the understudy for Funny Girl
-she has to be the "stah." The big-screen version of the show may have been Barbra Streisand's film debut, but it wasn't her first professional acting gig. Even La Streisand had to crawl before she walked, once upon a time. About the Finchel phone scene, I don't know which was worse-her needing Finn's help or her calling Finn's assaulting Brody "romantic." Considering Finn's medicre Hulk routine romantic is another strike against her for me. If I were a broadway producer, when it comes to casting, I wouldn't want to hire someone who eats sleeps and lives Broadway; I would wnat someone with the professional experience to back it up and that's not Rachel IMO.
Edited by DollEyes, Apr 25, 2013 @ 10:49 AM.