on Feb 23, 2011 @ 01:35 pm|
I had breakfast with a number of very diverse women this morning and ended up in a conversation about or mutual love for Glee. We talked about favourite episodes, songs we wished they hadn't sung and our favourite characters. Since the show aired last year it's been all over the media and it only seems to be getting more popular. Everybody loves it - all across the age, race, gender, sexuality, income spectrums.
I don't get it, what is it about this show that makes it so addictive and has so many people excited for the newest episode every week?
|the music on Feb 23, 2011 @ 01:39 pm|
I think people watch it for the music! If you ask me, the storyline has gone a little downhill from the first season, but I continue to watch it because the cast has great voices and (usually) makes great song choices!
|I am not hooked on Feb 23, 2011 @ 01:53 pm|
I've watched a few episodes but it's just not hooking me. I like the music but I find some of the plot to be a little too goofy or caricature or something. I adore Sue Sylvester - that's the main reason I tune in.
|Exactly on Feb 23, 2011 @ 02:10 pm|
There are a number of shows that have much better character development, plot lines, scripts... etc. It must be something to do with the music, when we were talking about it this morning one of the women mentioned that it was better than a musical because at least with Glee you already know all of the words to the songs and you can feel like you're part of it right away.
@mumaluv - Yes Sue is one of the reasons I like to tune in as well