Mom and I went to the grocery store.
I went out and looked at the last of the tiger lilies, and took pictures of the rose-of-Sharon.
I did some beta reading. My plan is to watch "Feud" and "Guilty Pleasures" again, in preparation for the F Yeah Glee Podcast rewatch podcast tomorrow.
Later: I watched "Feud" and "Guilty Pleasures." My favorite parts were the Blaine parts, Blaine and Sue in "Feud" and Blaine and Sam in "Guilty Pleasures."
I had hoped that Unique wasn't the catfish, and her using male pronouns online about herself and calling herself Wade/Unique was certainly a red herring for me. I didn't really care a whole lot about the new kids' plots, except for Unique.
I wasn't interested in Rachel, either, and I hoped Santana moving out would be permanent. Kurt was in the apartment reacting to Rachel and Santana, but didn't have his own plots, except for the boyfriend pillow being his guilty pleasure.
I realized that a lot of fics lack crackiness. There's much crackiness in canon. Some serious things, too, but there's at least as much that's wacky. I loved Sue's ways of getting to Blaine, though I wished the sign had read "Blaine is a bottom" instead of "Blaine is on the bottom." It's canon that Blaine is supposed to wear a little red thong. Blaine and Sam leading the guilty pleasures lesson was great. I was happy about Sam being cool with Blaine having a crush on him. Blaine and Sam growing to be bros was one of the better things in the season for me.
I saw Jak say that there was a new chapter of "Grey," so I read that. (*spoilers*) It was Cooper reacting to finding out that Blaine is Phalanx, and, secondarily, that Kurt is the Ghost. "All the Other Ghosts" is somewhat of a more serious fic, but the premise is pretty cracky. It's a mix. There's Nightbird in canon now. I thought "Dynamic Duets" was one of the better episodes of the show. That was a good mix of crackiness and seriousness.