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lingerdog posted 10/10/2013 20:50 PM

Even though I haven't watched since the second season I'm tuning in tonight. Every time somebody starts to crying I have to think about riding my bicycle when I was a kid and look away so I don't start too...

(thinking about riding my bike when I was a kid is how I keep from crying)

SoVerySadNow posted 10/10/2013 21:12 PM

Just finished watching with the 13 yo girl here. Teary evening. The end especially ripped me up.

Zayda1 posted 10/10/2013 21:24 PM

The scene with Finn's Mom was what got to me. Hearing her talk about "how do you breath" literally took my breath away.

[This message edited by Zayda1 at 9:24 PM, October 10th (Thursday)]

Grace and Flowers posted 10/11/2013 00:27 AM

"He was my person" was the line that got me.

Whalers11 posted 10/11/2013 10:21 AM

I haven't watched in a while because I only liked the original cast, but I did watch last night and cried through the second half...

lingerdog posted 10/11/2013 15:49 PM

The scene with Finn's Mom was what got to me.


Santana really got to me when she was confronting Sue. I kept thinking, "yes! tell that witch!"

Dreamboat posted 10/11/2013 18:12 PM

I was wondering how they would handle it and I think they did a very honorable job. I cried thru the whole thing.

I read a short article about Leah Michelle this morning. She said it is like she is mourning the loss of both Cory and Fin. And that it seemed natural to come together with all the cast mates for a tribute. I image that filming this episode was very very hard for everyone, but especially for Leah Michelle.

(PS. linger, good to "see' you man!! )

lingerdog posted 10/11/2013 19:58 PM

Good to see you too Dreamboat!

I agree about it having been hard to film, and I think a lot of what we saw was real emotion.

musiclovingmom posted 10/12/2013 07:47 AM

I was just discussing with a friend how hard it would be to film an episode about the death of a cast member when it was because of a real death. Some part of me hopes that as hard as it was to film, that this tribute helped the cast members express their grief in a tangible way. I don't do twitter, but my friend says Mark Salling still tweets about missing Cory. His grief in the show was so tangible.

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