Kurt and Blaine singing Story of My Life is the MOST BEAUTIFUL THING I’VE EVER HEARD.
i can’t believe it, glee made it, the time line is now right,
we know exactly when Rachel’s opening night was and it’s actually tomorrow, April 24th
April 24th is also the deadline for shows to qualify for the 2014 Tony Awards.
“Legitimate theatrical productions may be eligible for Tony Awards if they officially open on or before the cut-off date established by the Tony Awards Administration Committee (in 2014, that date was April 24) in an eligible Broadway theatre and comply with all the rules and regulations that govern the Tony Awards for the season.”-Tony Awards FAQ
Dave Karofsky in “Opening Night”
Tuesday’s “Opening Night” edition of “Glee” slipped slightly in adults 18-49.
The episode, which averaged 2.49 million viewers, slipped to a 0.9 adults 18-49 rating. That ties the show’s series low mark in the ad-friendly demographic.
Once again, “Glee” lost viewers as the episode progressed. After opening to a 1.0 with 2.66 million viewers from 8-8:30PM, it fell to a 0.9 with 2.32 million in the latter half hour.
This doesn’t really surprise me. I know a lot of people really liked it, but I was quite bored with the ep.
Rachel’s story was great and I did enjoy it even though I’m no longer truly invested in her, but Sue was tedious and almost had me wanting to change the channel. For the first time I actually nearly went for the remote to fast forward through part of an episode on my first watch. And I won’t be watching it again. It had its moments for sure. But ultimately, yawn.
DarrenCriss: I’m going live on youtube now with @janemarielynch to answer questions about this episode