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Glee has pulled another Oscar-winning actress into its orbit.

TVLine has learned exclusively that Shirley MacLaine is set to appear in multiple episodes of the Fox musical-dramedy — and her character has big plans for Darren Criss’ Blaine.

MacLaine, whose limited TV resume includes a recurring role as Lady Grantham’s mother Martha on Downton Abbey, will portray a powerful New York socialite intent on turning recent Big Apple transplant Blaine into a superstar. Her first episode is slated to air later this month.

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supahero76:

Okay I can’t stand it anymore.

1) Blaine’s “loafers” from 5.14 were slippers. They just looked like loafers. My uncle wears those kind of slippers. The dude is a banker. They are made of the softest lamb skin or something.

2) My fabulous banker uncle also wakes up in the morning with his hair gelled. It’s called Brycreem y’all. He has naturally curly hair, and he’s worn it the same way since 1966. Or so I’ve gathered from photographs (aside from that unfortunate time in the 70’s when he experimented with a perm).

When it comes to style, Blaine lives in a different time. Memorize it.

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misqueue:

This is Sam in the scene where he comes in and tells Blaine he’s got a modeling job and will be moving out; it’s also the scene where Blaine is marking out the space to create a work area in the loft, because he’s trying to feel at home here.
Okay. Sam has a big freaking anchor on his shirt. Blaine’s friendship with Sam started in “Dynamic Duets”, in which Blaine described Kurt as his anchor and told Finn he and Kurt had been a Dynamic Duo in [the choir room]. The Dynamic Duo of that episode ended up being Nightbird and The Blonde Chameleon. So, I’m thinking about the various stressors on Blaine, and how Kurt telling him to ask Sam to move out was an even bigger one than Blaine was acknowledging consciously.
We see Blaine enabling Rachel’s narcissism; he may well have also been enabling Sam’s couch surfing funk because having Sam there was a kind of anchor for him in NYC; even helped him feel like he was in the place he was meant to be. While Sam was the guest, Blaine was the host, but without Sam, now Blaine is the guest.
Anyway, this was a thing I noticed.

misqueue:

This is Sam in the scene where he comes in and tells Blaine he’s got a modeling job and will be moving out; it’s also the scene where Blaine is marking out the space to create a work area in the loft, because he’s trying to feel at home here.

Okay. Sam has a big freaking anchor on his shirt. Blaine’s friendship with Sam started in “Dynamic Duets”, in which Blaine described Kurt as his anchor and told Finn he and Kurt had been a Dynamic Duo in [the choir room]. The Dynamic Duo of that episode ended up being Nightbird and The Blonde Chameleon. So, I’m thinking about the various stressors on Blaine, and how Kurt telling him to ask Sam to move out was an even bigger one than Blaine was acknowledging consciously.

We see Blaine enabling Rachel’s narcissism; he may well have also been enabling Sam’s couch surfing funk because having Sam there was a kind of anchor for him in NYC; even helped him feel like he was in the place he was meant to be. While Sam was the guest, Blaine was the host, but without Sam, now Blaine is the guest.

Anyway, this was a thing I noticed.

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Blaine and Elliot scene from 5.14

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