Vidar has been to Niflheim and back.
The last few months have been absolutely horrific but only the future is ahead of me now.
And now that Vidar’s divorce to that raging she-bitch Solveig is final, Vidar has restarted life in a studio apartment in Sun Valley, California, and can now resume as a Teleblogger for Manka Bros. Studios – The World’s Largest Media Company.
Today, Vidar watches television and blogs about it… and will be doing so for quite a long time. Vidar’s numerous online fans need not worry that Vidar will become just another homeless God on the streets of Los Angeles. Vidar has a futon, about $600 in the bank and a lot of pasta. Things are good.
What in Odin’s name was that?! Vidar is truly offended and wishes only that Ragnarok could begin just so the show’s creator, Ryan Murphy, can be tied to a rock near Franang’s Falls with his own intestines.
How can you have a show about religion and not include ONE CHARACTER THAT BELIEVES IN THE NORSE GODS!
There was a time when we ruled the universe! But now, because of the constant media attention on Jesus and Mohammad, the once great Norse Gods have gotten the shaft. It’s pathetic. We’re relegated to a few loser comic book geek believers that reside in their parents’ basement.
BUT THAT’S ALL GOING TO CHANGE AND ALL NON-BELIEVERS WILL BE TIED TO A ROCK NEAR FRANANG’S FALLS WITH THEIR OWN INTESTINES!
Finn has an existential crisis when he believes he sees the face of Jesus in his grilled cheese sandwich. Meanwhile, the rest of the kids rally around Kurt after he has a crisis of his own that leads to a larger discussion among the group about their own theology.
Pretty vague and harmless description considering how much BS emotion was puked out. Normally, I am a big time Gleek, but this episode was an offensively heavy-handed, overly sophomoric view of religion by chief writers Ryan Murphy, Brad Fulchuk and Ian Brennan. All character development from the past year was pushed aside so that the creators could shove their personal opinions down our throats using these high school teenagers as their microphone.
I’m not saying Glee shouldn’t tackle the big issues of the world, but just don’t try to cram it all into the same amount of screen time (44 minutes) that you would give to Lady Gaga.
On my MIMISBRUNNR (MIMIR’S WELL) SCALE OF ULTIMATE WISDOM – I give this episode:
2 RIVERS OF KNOWLEDGE (out of a possible Infinity)