Chewbacca was on set because a character has a dream about a Star Wars Christmas Special. George Lucas sent him over. And the person who dreams of Chewbacca is Artie!
"While Kurt’s coming out to his father was a tender moment and reflected the best possible outcome, Santana’s forced outing was just as real and Rivera played the scenes with the perfect blend of anger, hurt and fear one would expect when such a personal decision is no longer yours to control."
"The last segment of the show, with the Adele mash-up and Santana’s confronting the fact that she’s a lesbian, was by far the strongest of the episode. Now: a high school student facing being outed to the entire school? Perfectly interesting, fruitful plot in and of itself."
"After a final blast of insults, Finn called Santana out in the middle of the hallway, cluing her in that it's no secret around the school that she's in love with Brittany. And he called her a coward for not living her life honestly. I know that this will be divisive because he essentially outed her, but I don't think it was done out of meanspiritedness (yes, Finn is still the complicated "hero") and I do think everyone in the school does know of their "special" relationship."
"Santana, watching her world spin apart (and notice how the camerawork and editing reflect her mental state), sees Finn whisper something to his girlfriend, and she, well, she flies off the handle and slaps him. You can argue about whether he had it coming or not — though he shouldn’t have outed her, he couldn’t have known it would go this far — but it’s an expertly deployed emotional moment that perfectly puts you inside Santana’s head."
"OK, now I'm all for telling the truth and outing people, so I have to say that I agree with Finn. Santana is being a little cowardly by not coming out. There, I said it. I love her to pieces and I know she is taking things slowly and doing her own thing, but she needs to come out. Period. Nothing good can come out of the closet. Nothing. It is an awful place that destroys lives and makes you into an evil bitch like Santana (maybe the reason I love her so much is that every gay person has a little bit of the closet in them always and loves that cruelty). She got what she had coming. ….
But I'm glad that we got there, because what happened next was amazing. It made me rethink my position on outing a little bit (you guys know I love an outing). It just made me think that when you shove someone out of the closet, it has a deep emotional impact on them and their lives and it doesn't do anything to stop the rage and anger that builds up naturally in the closet. It just unleashes it in the wrong direction and in an awful way. It shows that the world is always out to get you."
"Santana promises to make peace with Finn, but her apology consists of string of fat jokes that's cruel even for Santana. Finn finally figures out the one insult that can crush her, and makes a loud speech in the hallway about how Santana's lashing out because she's keeping her lesbianism a secret. Santana was totally out of line, but you'd think the guy with a gay brother would know better than to out someone. …. I'm generally against the idea that it's okay for girls to smack guys, but when someone's justifying their decision to out you, it's at least understandable."
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