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"It's really hard to disagree with the effect that Glee has on people. Even if it's not your cup of tea, it's hard to get negative about a show that's singing & dancing and makes people smile."

- Cory Monteith to Teen Vogue

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17 comments to “Quote Of The Day”



  1. 1

    My hubbie has three words for Glee, "Where's the remote?"



  2. 2

    he has a big ass



  3. 3

    He's 28? What what what? I thought he's 18 or 19.



  4. 4

    Not hard at all……corny crap for simplistic elementary minds



  5. 5

    Perez, this is old news. His interview with Teen Vogue was either one or two months ago.



  6. 6

    if you like glee, fantastic. enjoy it. people like what they like.
    but if you can't understand why its easy for people rip on it, you're a little bit naive.
    love sue sylvester though.



  7. 7

    Uhh its not hard to be negative at all. Although Cory's hot and all, Glee is just terrible.



  8. 8

    Hit a Gym!! Lose the spare tire Cory!



  9. 9

    @alanbrickman Have you seen how slim Cory is recently?? He's 6ft 4in. If he loses any more weight, he'll look like a stick insect. Anyway, I liked Cory when he had a little more meat on him last year. He looked like a real man I could lean on. LOL



  10. 10

    It is what it is.



  11. 11

    Re: stickrat – I can understand why people rip on it. I just don't understand why they even bother.



  12. 12

    i



  13. 13

    I'm going to get VERY down on Glee if the Kathy Griffin episode is as insulting to conservatives as I suspect it will be. I have a new policy–any show that paints conservatives (particularly Tea Partiers) as racists is permanently removed from my watch list. I'm tired of being made out to be a racist simply because I'm a conservative who disagrees with the sitting liberal President on many issues. I'm not even a member of the Tea Party, but if Hollywood keeps this crap up I'm going to send the Tea Party a check.

  14. Tasos says – reply to this


    14

    Glee is a televised mean to suspend belief for a short-term escape. From what I have heard and read about Glee, it was not created with intent to be serious, nor intellectual, nor socially or politically redeeming. One need not vest weeks of viewing to understand and enjoy talented cast member performances. So, for Glee's context and purpose; generally positive drive-by escapist entertainment, it fits the bill. Critics, whose expectations excede Glee's scope, take it and probably too much else in life too seriously. Appreciate Glee for what it is, or simply elect to take a pass.

  15. Tasos says – reply to this


    15

    Re: harrycontests – "… I'm tired of being made out to be a racist simply because I'm a conservative who disagrees with the sitting liberal President on many issues… "
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~
    I agree with your sentiment whether the offense is to conservatives or liberals. HOWEVER, I completely disagree with your proposed inaction. Instead of retreating from offense, I would note and write to all episode sponsors to calmly and clearly explain why I found that episode and Glee and its guest or character's comments/actions so offensive, and advise why I would no longer buy the sponsor's goods/services. I would also advise sponsors of my intention to encourage family and friends to join me in rejecting their products/services IF such offenses continued. THEN, I would forward each of the letters (all at once) that I sent to a sponsor to my local FOX station's Chief Marketing Exec and its Programming Director (i.e. ten sponsors, ten letter copies to each Exec.) to better illustrate impact.

    In your place, I would/will apply the Baseball rule of "Three strikes and you're out." about ceasing to view. Meanwhile, I would continue to note Glee sponsors to write to sponsors and broadcaster twice more, IF Glee repeated its original offense (up to including strike three). You posted here to be 'heard;'. Do likewise to show sponsors and your local broadcaster!



  16. 16

    Ugh. Really? I can see how easy it is to get negative about crappy television and simplistic pop sensibilities. Why must everything be sweetened and dumbed down for the masses?



  17. 17

    Not hard at all, it's a bunch of unattractive geeks singing and being lame.