Glee: Season 4
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Season 4 of the exhilarating Emmy(R)-winning series finds Rachel and Kurt in New York City, Finn with a surprising new career, Will and Emma at a crossroads and Sue confronting a shocking situation! Meanwhile, tension mounts as the kids in New Directions head for Regionals, facing new challenges. Featuring exciting new cast members, electrifying musical numbers, and superstar guests like Sarah Jessica Parker, Kate Hudson and Whoopi Goldberg, Glee remains TV's most enthralling, most topically relevant show.
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The Finn/Rachel/Dean thing, that ONE hurt to see at first but I honestly think TIME will bring FINCHEL back together. Glee without FINCHEL just makes no sense. As for Klaine, I cannot see these two being with ANYONE ELSE other then each other.
The entire Kitty/Marley eating disorder arc (a key aspect of the first third of the season) just disappeared, and the Catfish plot line should have been nipped in the bud early on. I also felt the writing for Tina was a bit forced, although the transition from a supporting character to a more dominant one (in Lima) is difficult. The writing for Santana was brilliant, and it was nice to see that character move to the fore.
The sudden disappearance of Finn (and the subsequent death of Cory Monteith) will have the largest impact on the series. Not quite sure how things are going to end up without him.
With Season 4 not covering an entire school year, the entire arc of the TV season felt a little off kilter, but it was full of wonderful memories which will be highlights when the series finally ends in 2015.
The only saving grace was the small amounts of time we spent in NYC with Rachel Berry. Any time spent at McKinley with the horrible new characters was PAINFUL (aside from Blaine. He's amazing, duh).
I will say that Season 5 is better, so if you can stick it out, do so, but I would understand why this season would make you stop watching, because again - it's terrible.