Every Glee-Tail: The End Of An Era, A Final Bow For Will Schuester & There Aren't Enough Buckets For All The Tears
Excuse us, makers of Kleenex? Do you have any more tissues in stock? Or has the fandom of Glee COMPLETELY tapped you out?
Last night, the show that made you believe that being a part of something special made you special hit a major milestone in it's journey. Fans finally saw the Glee club come to a tearful end,as the show used the second half of the 100th episode to say farewell to Lima, OH for good. From here on out, your favorite Glee kids will only be seen if they live and/or visit the Big Apple. (Which is a pretty huge chunk of the original crew, so there is that…)
But never again will there be another Nationals. Never again will Mr. Schue gear his week's lesson off his personal problems. We won't really know what becomes of the love triangle between Marley, Ryder and Jake or hear the incredible sparring between Sue Sylvester and NeNe Leakes, whoops, Coach Roz. The choir room is empty, the final songs have been sung. Now, all that's left to do is remember and look ahead.
Or, you know, we can look back just one more time as we talk about the second act to the 100th episode celebration that not only reminded us what the show Glee used to be, but pulled on so many heartstrings, we're surprised their aren't more Gleeks in ICUs for heart failure. With that said…
WARNING: MAJOR, TEARJERKING SPOILERS AHEAD! YOU'RE NOT GONNA WANT TO READ IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE EPISODE! SOME GOOD STUFF HAPPENS!