Dear Writers of Glee,
I regret to inform you, though my opinion likely means very little, that I was dissatisfied with tonight's episode. I found the music was lovely, as always, but there were several plot points I would like to draw your attention to.
Before I bring up my issues with the Finchel Wedding story, I must say that I'm infinitely glad that my minimum expectations regarding Quinn's accident were met. Hopefully you have heard the mass public outcry demanding an end to the insanity that is the wedding of diva Rachel and troglodyte Finn. Where I have a problem is that for some reason, this story is still going. It's limping, it's blind and it's crashing into things. It's time to put it down. Just... stop. I'm bored. Finn and Puck have a better romantic relationship. Should you feel the need to fill the relationship void, I would encourage you to elaborate on that. Actually! There is a more likely pairing that I think would please a vast number of viewers, myself included. In this regard, you could meet my ultimate expectations concerning Quinn's accident, namely a profession of love from Rachel to Quinn and an ensuing relationship with the latter. This pairing is typically called Faberry. Do look into it.
Moreover, while I'm on the topic of Quinn's accident, what an excellent job you did glancing over the whole incident. While I approve wholeheartedly of the "don't text and drive" message, I feel that you did not spend enough time expanding on the storyline you so clearly pulled out of your backsides. If you're going to end an episode with a dramatic and somewhat unexpected car crash, the least you could do is capitalize on the drama. Seriously, I waited seven weeks for a thirty second speech? If you could see my face... I am unimpressed. I'm going to add this for future reference, I disapprove of an Artie/Quinn relationship. Their mashed up name makes no sense... Quartie, Artinn? I don't like it. Thank you however for preserving a character that I've grown to like. I did enjoy the scene when Quinn was attempting to climb the wheelchair ramp. It was kind of adorable. More of that!
Amid all the missed potential of Quinn's accident, I'm left wondering why it was so important to meet Blaine's older, self-centered, bad actor of a brother? Girl hit by a car versus sibling rivalry. I would have directed my attention toward girl hit by a car. Particularly since that girl has survived a teenage pregnancy and a random "walk on the wild side". It's the messed up year of Quinn... no offence, but who gives a crap about Blaine right now?
Sue and the swim coach. I find it more irritating than funny. Sue facing a younger version of herself isn't very funny. One Sue is amusing. Two Sues is just too much. I'm also unsure why she wants a baby, why I should care and why if you're going to create a storyline, you refuse to develop it, but keep bringing it up. Are you having the Grey's Anatomy problem? You know, the one where you have so many characters with so many storylines that you can't cover any of them adequately anymore?
These are my complaints. I do hope, though I doubt you will, take them into consideration. Death to Finchel! Long Live Faberry!