Wednesday, April 27, 2011
CLEARLY, CONTINUITY IS NOT THE SHOW'S STRONG POINT: Vulture has already done a fine job charting the ridiculous inconsistency with which Quinn Fabray swings from "sweetly innocent" to "total psycho hosebeast," and last night's episode only added to that, bringing in a truckload of utterly inexplicable backstory (seriously, neither Sue nor Santana was able to uncover this in their prior machinations?). That said, whenever they bother giving her something with a little meat, Dianna Agron is actually knocking it out of the park, as she did with her monologue to Rachel several episodes back about how she's doomed to live in Lima or with the dramatic material in last night's episode between her and both Rachel and Lauren. Admittedly, she's neither the strongest singer or dancer, but she seems to be the only one taking things even remotely seriously, despite the absurdity of her plotlines.
Posted by Matt at 1:37 PM