Typing Faster

October 19, 2009

Joss Whedon and Glee

Filed under: Glee, Joss Whedon, Stuff I Like — petertypingfaster @ 4:28 pm

And this is just awesome.

Joss Whedon’s going to direct an episode of Glee.

I gotta admit that Glee‘s really won me over. Sure it still has some problems, but the rest of it is just so much darn fun that I can’t help but like it.

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  1. I had a real struggle with Glee, until this week. Every episode seemed to be: Oh noes! Someone’s quitting Glee club! Oh, never mind, now they’re back. The end! Hooray!

    Also, and I’m sure I’ll take flack for saying this, but I’m really bored with Jane Lynch. For the past several years, she’s played the same character: straight face, aggressive, shock value humour with a hint of ambiguous sexuality. Which she does well, mind you, but I’m tired of it. I’d like to see her in a role that really challenges her as an actor, instead of this character rut she’s fallen into.

    However… this week’s episode shook things up a bit, finally. The clear reveal of where the season ender is headed, for one. I also liked that for the first time, we saw the Glee club riffing on their own, without the aid of a pre-recorded and choreographed routine. And that two of the pre-recorded, choreographed routines actually broke out of the stage, and (albeit briefly) took us outside the doors of the auditorium and into the world.

    Looking forward to where they’re taking this. Hopefully it’ll balance out with a good foundation this first season, and really be off to the races next year.

    Comment by Erin — October 19, 2009 @ 10:45 pm


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