Monday, November 16, 2009

You know the drill about me not posting. I admit to joining Facebook, mostly to be part of the conversation... only to discover that no one has anything intelligent to say.

Neither do I, of course, but when I have a thought that's over two sentences, I'd still like to spell it out somewhere. So here's something:

Finally watched last week's "Glee", and liked it... but one storyline was done on "M*A*S*H", over 25 years ago. (Spoiler alert. If you haven't seen it yet, don't read below)...

Sue Sylvester's sympathetic twist at the end was similar to one by Charles Emerson Winchester III. The normally pompous and cold Major does something nice for an insecure soldier with a bad stutter. Completely out of his character and no one knows why... At the end of the episode, he listens to a recorded message from his beloved sister, Honoria, who -- surprise, surprise -- stutters.

Next week on "Glee": The mohawk guy ("Hawkeye") pulls a prank on Rachel "Hot Lips" Berry while the wheelchair kid ("Radar") informs everyone that Mr. Schuester's plane was shot down over the Sea of Japan.


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