It's a been a while, since I was truly immersed on Glee, Friday's episode change it all. My eyes were wide open & I felt entertained on the whole sense of the word, there is no doubt that the writers are cracking their heads, in order to make this last season remembered as the spectacular finale of an era.
There's no doubt that this third instalment of newbies is way more interesting that the one we left behind on season five, the actual newbies got something interesting to say or show. Finally, we got a chance to explore some of their troubles.
Romances are building on the show, Mason wants Jane & Spencer wants Alistair. At the end, they all ended up on the right path towards continuing to stablish a formidable relationship.
It was great to see some trouble in paradise, since Mason wanted time apart from his twin sister Madison, but she would not let go. I've wanted to examine those characters separately & was not disappointed when we got the chance.
Roderick, suffered from classic struggles for being obese, in a truthful 'Glee' way, he overcame his troubles & helped save the day.
On 'Child Star' they introduced us to Myron & hell yeah!, he rocks, he's indeed a total diva, I'm glad he got a spot on the glee club, also New Directions added Spencer's new honey-boo, Alistair. They are acquiring new members, because the sectionals are coming & there's a minimum number, what a excitement to know that we'll get to meet new fantastic people.
It's worth mentioning that J.J. Totah who plays Myron, is a talented breakout actor. When the show comes to an end, I hope he sticks on the TV business & gets to shine somewhere else, because he definitely deserves to shine at his brightest.
The show we all love is back & it's ready to let us miss it forever, things are boiling up & romances are being born. I'm looking forward to the next episode with great expectations, don't let us down again, please!
My favourite song from the episode is 'Break Free', since they made a popular hot tune their own, their version sounded amazing & the performance was fabulous, well done Mr. Murphy.
The verdict from 'Child Star' reflects the impact it had on me as a viewer, as well as plot-related issues.