"I love you, Kurt. I’m sorry if that freaks you out but this part, the romance and love part, I’m good, I’m done, I want you."
SO ACCORDING TO MEG ALL THE CRISSCOLFER SHIPPERS ARE NOW CALLED CRIMINALS
RT IF UVE BEEN STRUCK
Welcome back babe ;)
OMFG THI$ I THEM TOGETHER OMFG WE CAN FREAK OUT NOWW
me tonight during scenes that are klaine
me tonight during scenes that are not klaine
But the thing is it’s like, [my answers aren’t] canned! If you ask me a question—it’s like asking, if you’re gonna ask me my name, my, my answer’s gonna be the same, for the most part, depending on who I’m talking to. Uh, and my answers will try and be the same, so when I use the same words or the same phrases, like, what do you expect? Those are my answers. ‘You know what’s funny, Darren always says this.’ Yes, because I’m always asked that, and so I’m being polite and answering the question.
Beacon Theatre, 2124 Broadway; 4 p.m., Monday, May 13
Post-show party following the presentation set for Wollman Rink in Central Park.
If by the end of Season 4 #Klaine isn’t back together I propose that Once a month in during the time away (Summer) we as a collective fan base create Gum Wrapper rings. We can attach a letter respectfully asking for Klaine to be united in season 5. You can leave heart felt messages or stories of how Darren/Chris Kurt/Blaine helped you as a fan or those around you. Once a month on a selected day The fans will all mail out these letter addressed to Fox and Glee/Murphy. You can create as many as you like to be sent out that month but try to limit it to one ring per envelop. They asked for our passion, now lets show them. I’ll attempt to reach out to @TheCrissProject @TheBoxSceneProj and others to see if this is something they would be up for.
Information should be forth coming including addresses, Instructions on Gum Wrapper construction and the likes. Stay tuned to see if this is a option if Klaine isn’t together by seasons end!
Cabin Fever: Santana is looking out a window of the loft, and in a lovely twist, we hear her inner monologue. “My first real week in New York and I’m snow-bound in Bushwick with a bunch of musical theater queens.” So here’s the sitch: Adam and Kurt are giggling in the kitchen, Brody is working, and Rachel is in the bathroom. (Side-Note: Adam, please see yourself out. Blaine’s face is cuter than your accent. And hey Brody, when Adam says you’re “working,” does that mean you’re working the pole or do you only whore yourself out in hotel rooms? Yes ladies and Gleeks, I have officially reached full-on snark with these boys. Get ready.)
NYADA cancelled all of their classes because of the snow, and the group is currently going through a case of cabin fever because Santana and Rachel are bickering like two Chihuahuas in a crate. Kurt suggests they watch a movie, and from Santana’s DVD suggestions — Knocked Up,Rosemary’s Baby, and She’s Having a Baby — it’s clear our favorite Lima Heights lady has caught on to Rachel’s current bun-in-the-oven issue.
Kurt, clearly oblivious as to what is going on, chooses Moulin Rouge as their snowed-in selection. Suddenly, we’re transported to a roof, neon lights are all around, and a very dapper looking Blaine walks out onto the smoke-filled floor. (Side-Note: Totally serious right now: the song hasn’t even started and I just completely burst into tears. This is one of my all-time favorite songs and you all know how much I cherish this couple.)
As Blaine begins singing “Come What May,” the scene cuts away to flashbacks of the couple’s most memorable moments. (Side-Note: Oh God! Now there are flashbacks too?! Holy crap I am dying right now. And for those of you that don’t quite understand, this is the equivalent to the “Flower Scene” for Klaine fans right now.) Kurt and Blaine slow dance together and create perfect harmonies with their voices before ending in a super sweet embrace.
Kurt’s daydream ends, and we see that he’s sitting on the couch next to Adam and he has tears in his eyes. He quickly blames the waterworks on his non-existent contacts, when Santana reveals the truth to an overly gullible Adam: “I would’ve thought that you were crying because you and Blaine used to talk about how this was your dream to sing this song to each other at your wedding.” (Side-Note: I never ever ever want Santana to leave my TV screen ever again. Let’s have her start reading the morning news too!)
Kurt is in a NYADA classroom practicing his pirouettes when Adam lurks into the doorway saying, “What’s shaking bacon?” (Side-Note:Ugh just stop. You’re not funny and you look like you’re 45.) Adam asks Kurt about “Come What May,” and adds that he still loves Blaine and questions if he was just a rebound. (Side-Note: Kurt may have said no, but I sure as hell screamed yes.) Kurt admits that he desperately wants to be over Blaine, and Adam takes that as a sign that they should go to the movies, watch a sappy love flick and claim that as their movie. Luckily for Klaine fans everywhere, Kurt looks hesitant at this suggestion.
JFC I LOVE LEANNE! She’s US!!!!