I wasn’t quite sure what to do with myself last night. It was Wednesday, so I should have been camped out on my couch, hands hovering over my keyboard and remote by my side.

It should have been a Glee Night.

For the past few months, see, I’ve watched Glee every Wednesday night, wide-eyed and half-grinning, holding back stupid tears as I listen to those kids sing crazy good harmonies and trying desperately to catch all the funny one-liners for the episode recaps I write for Blissfully Domestic.

It’s impossible, you know. Catching every funny line, that is. There are just too many.

Every week, I’ve sat on my couch, armed with my remote and my laptop, determined to capture the best of Fox’s high school musical show (not to be confused with that other high school musical business on Disney).

But now? Now we have to wait FOUR MONTHS for a new episode. Glee won’t return until April.

And that bums me out.

How about you? Did you watch Glee this fall? Did you like it? What’s your favorite song? Which characters do you like the most? And how sad are you to take a four-month hiatus?!

If you haven’t gotten into Glee yet, here are a few of my favorite quotes from this season:

  • They’re going to throw fruit at us, and I just had a facial.
  • I’m on my feet four hours a day, three days a week here! Do you see what I have to deal with?
  • What’s wrong with me is that you’re freakishly tall. I feel like a woodland creature!
  • When I get stressed, I work out. You can probably tell.
  • Rachel makes me wanna light myself on fire, but she can sing.
  • We’re dealing with children. They need to be terrified. It’s like mother’s milk to them. Without it, their bones won’t grow.
  • I know I’m not like the rest of you hippies, caring about the kids’ feelings as if they’re real.
  • It’s what I had leftover from my pool cleaning money . . . after I bought dip and numchucks.
  • I’m gonna say this as nicely as possible, but you look like a sad, clown hooker.
  • My baby bump isn’t that bad. It just looks like I had a big lunch.
  • Sometimes being special sucks.

And just to help you make it through any Glee withdrawal during the long, bleak winter, you can read my recaps on Blissfully Domestic (which includes more quotes and a list of songs performed), you can buy volume one and volume two of the Glee soundtracks, and as of this week, you can get the first half of the season on DVD!

[Disclaimer: Yes, if you happen to use any of your Christmas money to purchase these items through these particular links, I will earn a teeny, tiny commission. Maybe even enough to pay for my next giveaway.]


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