“I hope not. I dream of seeing them grow old together. I agree with the writers for them to put some obstacles in the relationship that they’ll have to overcome and fight to remain together. But I don’t want them to break up. I put the veto on that!”—
Chris Colfer on if he wants Kurt and Blaine to break up (x)
Elizabeth Martucci has taken over the Glee wardrobe department. After two years of assisting Lou Eyrich — who is now creating nun habits and 1960s separates for season two of American Horror Story – the costume designer stepped into the lead role just in time to give Rachel and Kurt their New York City makeovers. EW caught up with Martucci to find out how she’s taking the duo’s looks in a new direction, where she finds fashion inspiration and what it’s like to shop for a living.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Did Lea Michele and Chris Colfer have input on how their character’s style would change once they moved to New York City? ELIZABETH MARTUCCI: I always enjoy hearing the actors’ thoughts, it’s a collaboration. I’ve been with the show since the second season, so we’re not starting fresh. We have relationships and there’s already trust there.
Summary: An ill-advised, somewhat peculiar, totally against Bryan’s gay hook-up rules, one night stand.
Notes: This will get jossed in like three episodes, and I don’t care one bit.
This is not the sort of thing David usually does, but he’s had a long, bad week of the not fun type of doctoring – a baby dead in the womb, an under-40 cancer diagnosis – and he’s just cost his softball league team a game with a shitty throw to third. He’s also a little bit drunk, thanks to a scotch to go along with the handful of beers and this ridiculous guy has just offered him a blow job after not much more than an exchange of catty pleasantries about the rest of the bar’s not-nearly-as-eclectic-as-the-two-of-them-would-indicate crowd.
“Human beings took our animal need for palatable food … and turned it into chocolate souffles with salted caramel cream. We took our ability to co-operate as a social species … and turned it into craft circles and bowling leagues and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We took our capacity to make and use tools … and turned it into the Apollo moon landing. We took our uniquely precise ability to communicate through language … and turned it into King Lear.
None of these things are necessary for survival and reproduction. That is exactly what makes them so splendid. When we take our basic evolutionary wiring and transform it into something far beyond any prosaic matters of survival and reproduction … that’s when humanity is at its best. That’s when we show ourselves to be capable of creating meaning and joy, for ourselves and for one another. That’s when we’re most uniquely human.
And the same is true for sex. Human beings have a deep, hard-wired urge to replicate our DNA, instilled in us by millions of years of evolution. And we’ve turned it into an intense and delightful form of communication, intimacy, creativity, community, personal expression, transcendence, joy, pleasure, and love. Regardless of whether any DNA gets replicated in the process.
Date a man who doesn’t spend his money on drink, or clothes, or video games, but saves what he has to go on adventures and pursue his dreams. He might have problems dealing with everyday things but no-one sees the possibilities life holds like he does. This is a man who…
Has everyone involved with Glee just completely forgotten about Jesse St. James?? First they create a new character with the same description as him and then Lea says that Brody is really the only guy that Finn has had to compete with for Rachel?
it would be such great characterization for Rachel to have these moments where Jesse, who is really the first one who gave her any kind of professional compatibility and sense of her own place in performing, shores her up by harking back to his own college failure and stupidity in taking for granted that his talent would get him through.
As an aside, Mercedes would have a good time at UCLA telling JSJ horror stories because he probably wasn’t that popular there after awhile.
“I do not believe that just because you’re opposed to abortion, that that makes you pro-life. In fact, I think in many cases, your morality is deeply lacking if all you want is a child born but not a child fed, not a child educated, not a child housed. And why would I think that you don’t? Because you don’t want any tax money to go there. That’s not pro-life. That’s pro-birth. We need a much broader conversation on what the morality of pro-life is.”—
I vote we stop using the term “pro-life” and change to “pro-birth”, and every time someone asks “What does that mean?”, you can explain this and the other racialized, classist, misogynist, body policing, rape culture reinforcing bullshit behind “pro-life” dogma.
This is the kind of nun at my school growing up… not stereotypical ones who did the corporal punishment thing or were so 1940’s in their mindset. Needless to say I had a positive Catholic school experience that I now realize was not that common.
i get sad when i realize certain people were at h2$ and i didn’t meet them
i was there opening night and it was.. I felt a little silly because I went alone and didn’t really speak to anyone once there (Little Numbers updated and people were squeeing about it in line), but was part of the mad press of people at the stage door (where someone yelled,”Occupy Heirshfeld!”)