I have been a victim of bullying. For those who have been reading my blog since it was imperfectprincess.blogspot.com, you’d know this. But then I had Glee with me ever since I was in high school and I’ve been singing and dancing without a care in the world.
And now this. The two favorite OTP’s have gotten married and I’m just the happiest little Gleek in all the world.
For those who don’t know what Glee is, shame on you. Lol. I won’t go into details because then I will launch into total fangirl mode, but Glee is a series going on it’s 6th season, and I have been watching every series even though a lot of people have called me lame, have given me weird looks or just downright found me weird that I’d like a TV series like this one.
But this episode pretty much sums up why I love this show.
They rally for the underdogs. They have these characters who have been bullied for being themselves and found each other in one club. And that for me is amazing. And it makes me jealous that I never had that in high school or at any point of my life for that matter.
These two couples have been broken up and have gotten back together so many times in this series, most of the time because they were afraid to be themselves. And to marry one another was just so damn inevitable that even when I was expecting it I was welling up in tears and hoping that it would never end.
And even though THE wedding that I’ve been wishing for between Finn and Rachel never came true since he died, this double wedding certainly made up for it.
So for all of you who don’t know what Glee is, I suggest you watch it. Because they’ve kind of helped me through the bullying, and they’re still doing that for kids everywhere.
Have YOU watched Glee before?