Being with you is so dysfunctional
I really shouldn’t miss you
But I can’t let you go
The series finale of Glee airs tonight, and it has me thinking about my experiences with the show and what its legacy might be. In many ways, and I’m sure I’m not alone in this, the lines above from one of the many songs performed onGlee over six seasons could sum up my feelings on the show. It’s certainly been a roller coaster ride for the fans who have stuck with it, with some of the highest highs I’ve ever experienced from television, as well as some of the lowest lows. And here at the end I find myself with two equally strong opinions that are battling for supremacy in my mind: I’m glad that the show is finally ending, and I’m going to miss it when it’s gone.
From the very beginning my relationship with Glee was unlike any show I’d ever experienced. Continue reading