This is why I didn’t like the Hummelberry friendship this episode. Kurt was there for Rachel when she was lonely, but she obviously didn’t do the same for him.
But it’s not just this episode, is it? It always was like that between them
l and he couldn’t really be happy #because he had to feel bad for her#but then she got accepted and he didn’t and she was so occupied with herself that she didn’t even seem to care #or she didn’t care #I don’t know #oh wait no #of course she cared #she wasn’t prepared to go alone #and wanted her best gay with her#so boohoo for rachel because kurt wasn’t accepted#god I hate rachel
This. All of this.
Also, it struck me as odd when Rachel asked Kurt how his first week at NYADA was, and I think it’s because she’s so engrossed with Brody - and herself, for that matter - that she spends little to no time with Kurt unless they’re back at their apartment, but now that’s going to change because she fucking invited Brody to move in without even thinking about it properly or without asking Kurt. She’s let NYADA get to her head and (just like at McKinley) now feels like it’s the Rachel Berry Show and everyone else is just along for the ride, so of course she’s not going to ask Kurt before she lets her boy toy move in.
Anyways, she’s so engrossed with herself and with Brody that she doesn’t really pay any mind to Kurt. Sure, they talk often and live together, but if she’s asking him how his week went in general, that means that she hasn’t paid him any mind during that week. He’s in a school of strangers and goes there to not only pursue his dreams but to be with his “best friend”, only to be cast aside by her for some boy she barely even knows. If I were living with my best friend in NYC, we’d be talking constantly and I’d be asking how each day was after said day, not at the end of the week which was spent ignoring them.
Does this rant even make sense? I hope it makes sense. I’m trying to vent all my feelings before I explode from all of the anger I feel towards Rachel.
I feel like I need to have this post already on my blog before the next amber and linen chapter comes out, because…yeah. This. Alll of this.
Her comment about “Adam’s Apples” made me kinda pissed, too. She plays into the NYADA chaste system. Although it doesn’t seem like there is one, there most definitely is. She probably doesn’t notice it, but that’s mostly because she’s closer to the top than most students.
She got into NYADA that was completely out of left field for most to even fathom. She begged and whined and got her way. Then she eventually gets the hot college boy and is invited to/wins the Winter Showcase. She’s so close to the top and has done everything she can to get there no matter how many people she puts down. She sees herself as important (see argument about Brody being 45 minutes late). I’m not saying one shouldn’t find themselves as an important person, but she seems to see herself as regal, special, better-than-you.
And she tells Kurt about the people that join Adam’s Apples. Just like how McKinley saw the Glee Club. Full of losers.
And she doesn’t encourage him because she refuses to be seen associated with anyone with that label.
Because Rachel would rather be alone at the top than be a loser with the people that would bend over backwards for her.
everyone has that pairing that can send them into a soul-crushing spiral of depression in .00087 seconds
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