I went to a craft fair. Dad was going there to break down the tables and help with clean up. We got there with fifteen minutes of craft fair left. I got brownies and gingerbread. Then I surfed the web on my phone for a while and read a bit of "Crema" while Dad did his thing. The craft fair ended at 3:00 p.m., and we left around 4:00 p.m. I picked up shrimp teriyaki for dinner.
I taped "Bad Reputation" and "Laryngitis" and watched "Laryngitis." Those were the Saturday Glee reruns on the CW. I'll have to tell A. so he can tape the second season and presumably the third season. I don't know if the fourth season will be in reruns yet. The school year is going on indefinitely. I watched "Movin' Out" again. I read Biyuti's episode reaction. She thought Artie and Sue were paternalistic towards Becky, and that Kurt was paternalistic towards Blaine. I think of Kurt and Blaine as equals. Each had to grow up fast in their own ways, although Blaine is getting some chances to act like a kid and play during his senior year. Both Kurt and Blaine have damage. Everyone who was in New Directions had their own kind of damage, but some because of specific prejudices. I still think Blaine's damage is described extremely well in The Velvet Rage.
Later: I watched "Bad Reputation." Season one Kurt's idea of being a badass was singing in the library. In some ways, he was so very innocent then. That's when Kurt, Artie, Tina, Mercedes and Brittany got named the "Muppet Babies," because they were that unthreatening. In "Larygitis," Kurt tried to butch it up so he wouldn't lose Burt, which included dating Brittany. Brittany had thought that Kurt was "capital-G gay." When Kurt and Brittany were making out, Kurt asked, "What do boys' lips taste like?" No one believed Kurt's straight act, though Burt was kind about it.
Next Saturday's episodes should include "Theatricality." I hope I remember to tape it.