Monteith was the glue of “Glee.” He was always welcoming, whether it was to a guest director or a new cast member, Shankman said. The actor knew all of his lines when filming began each time and would congratulate his fellow cast members when he thought they did well. He showed up every day and he was a delight.
rest in peace, dearest friend, 1982-2013
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Monteith was the glue of “Glee.” He was always welcoming, whether it was to a guest director or a new cast member, Shankman said. The actor knew all of his lines when filming began each time and would congratulate his fellow cast members when he thought they did well. He showed up every day and he was a delight.
rest in peace, dearest friend, 1982-2013
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Monteith was the glue of “Glee.” He was always welcoming, whether it was to a guest director or a new cast member, Shankman said. The actor knew all of his lines when filming began each time and would congratulate his fellow cast members when he thought they did well. He showed up every day and he was a delight.
rest in peace, dearest friend, 1982-2013
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Monteith was the glue of “Glee.” He was always welcoming, whether it was to a guest director or a new cast member, Shankman said. The actor knew all of his lines when filming began each time and would congratulate his fellow cast members when he thought they did well. He showed up every day and he was a delight.
rest in peace, dearest friend, 1982-2013
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Monteith was the glue of “Glee.” He was always welcoming, whether it was to a guest director or a new cast member, Shankman said. The actor knew all of his lines when filming began each time and would congratulate his fellow cast members when he thought they did well. He showed up every day and he was a delight.
rest in peace, dearest friend, 1982-2013
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Monteith was the glue of “Glee.” He was always welcoming, whether it was to a guest director or a new cast member, Shankman said. The actor knew all of his lines when filming began each time and would congratulate his fellow cast members when he thought they did well. He showed up every day and he was a delight.
rest in peace, dearest friend, 1982-2013
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Monteith was the glue of “Glee.” He was always welcoming, whether it was to a guest director or a new cast member, Shankman said. The actor knew all of his lines when filming began each time and would congratulate his fellow cast members when he thought they did well. He showed up every day and he was a delight.
rest in peace, dearest friend, 1982-2013
Zoom Info


Monteith was the glue of “Glee.” He was always welcoming, whether it was to a guest director or a new cast member, Shankman said. The actor knew all of his lines when filming began each time and would congratulate his fellow cast members when he thought they did well. He showed up every day and he was a delight.
rest in peace, dearest friend, 1982-2013
Zoom Info


Monteith was the glue of “Glee.” He was always welcoming, whether it was to a guest director or a new cast member, Shankman said. The actor knew all of his lines when filming began each time and would congratulate his fellow cast members when he thought they did well. He showed up every day and he was a delight.
rest in peace, dearest friend, 1982-2013
Zoom Info

Monteith was the glue of “Glee.” He was always welcoming, whether it was to a guest director or a new cast member, Shankman said. The actor knew all of his lines when filming began each time and would congratulate his fellow cast members when he thought they did well. He showed up every day and he was a delight.

rest in peace, dearest friend, 1982-2013

Yes, we do have a final idea that we’re working on that I think is very powerful and moving. It’s about Rachel and Mr. Schue, and it returns them to their origins, their roots, how they felt about each other when they were much younger and everything was idyllic. I think the ending has to be a reflection and a celebration of how far all those characters have come.

Ryan Murphy on the final scene of Glee (via littlegleeprincess)

We talk about this in the writers’ room all the time. That’s a really hard, very painful, very difficult thing for the show. I’ve said it before, and it was even in Cory’s eulogy, but that was the ending of the show for me, these two star-crossed lovers having a happy ending and both getting their dreams. So the fact that that can’t be is a big pain in all of our hearts. We have to pause and think, “What are we going to do with Rachel?” This year what we decided to do was to remove the equation of anybody coming in and taking Finn’s place, because I don’t really think that’s possible. And I think that worked out quite well. I really liked dwelling on Rachel’s career again. She’s going to be a star. But as for the future, it’s a lot of discussion, and it’s something that we’ll consult with Lea about. To be quite honest, we just haven’t been able to crack it, because I feel like it’s such a sensitive topic and the fans have such an idea about it. I think half of them feel like, yes, Rachel should go on, and I think half of them probably feel like no, she shouldn’t. We’ll follow Lea’s lead, as we have so many times this year. She’s always been so great and so sensitive and been so wise about how to handle that stuff. So we have to make that decision in the next couple of weeks or months: Is Rachel going to have another romance or does the second half [of Rachel’s life], romantically, happen when Glee is over? That’s something we’re debating. It’s hard.

Ryan Murphy on Rachel dating again (via littlegleeprincess)


And I can see you years from now in a bar / talking over a football game / with that same big loud opinion but / nobody’s listening / washed up and ranting about the same old bitter things / drunk and grumbling on about how I can’t sing / but all you are is mean / and a liar, and pathetic, and alone in life / and mean.
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And I can see you years from now in a bar / talking over a football game / with that same big loud opinion but / nobody’s listening / washed up and ranting about the same old bitter things / drunk and grumbling on about how I can’t sing / but all you are is mean / and a liar, and pathetic, and alone in life / and mean.
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And I can see you years from now in a bar / talking over a football game / with that same big loud opinion but / nobody’s listening / washed up and ranting about the same old bitter things / drunk and grumbling on about how I can’t sing / but all you are is mean / and a liar, and pathetic, and alone in life / and mean.
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And I can see you years from now in a bar / talking over a football game / with that same big loud opinion but / nobody’s listening / washed up and ranting about the same old bitter things / drunk and grumbling on about how I can’t sing / but all you are is mean / and a liar, and pathetic, and alone in life / and mean.
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And I can see you years from now in a bar / talking over a football game / with that same big loud opinion but / nobody’s listening / washed up and ranting about the same old bitter things / drunk and grumbling on about how I can’t sing / but all you are is mean / and a liar, and pathetic, and alone in life / and mean.