Season 2 might have been "Glee's" highest-rated season yet, but showrunner Ryan Murphy has heard a lot of the criticisms about the season -- even from hardcore Gleeks -- and is ready to do something about it.
The creator of the hit Fox show has made his position on Season 3 quite clear: Few guest stars. Less songs.
Who made that criticism? Who was saying, "Oh, Glee is great, the only thing I'd change is take out some of the songs
So I put down The Watsons. Skipped to the end, saw that Emma ended up with an OMC, rolled my eyes. (Instead I'm reading When Beauty Tamed the beast, omg, tartanboxers
, you were right, so amazing.) So now I will treat you to everything that annoyed me about Aiken's additions.( Collapse )
ETA: Oh! Forgot the most annoying bit. In skimming through the rest of the book, I noticed to my horror that after vol. 1 of Mr. Watson's collected sermons is published (after being prepared by Emma, of course), Aiken totally used the bit from Austen's life with the Prince Regent ~giving permission~ for her to dedicate the next volume to him. And, you know, she did that in Eliza's Daughters, too, with Elinor writing Austen's novels. So much no.