Christine Angela Booth
An accurate depiction of the impact of technology in social circles.
Leo and I just hung on to each other for dear life. We had cigarettes hidden in the pockets of our costumes and the two of us literally were having conversations like ‘What would happen if we died?’ and I’d say things like ‘Leo, I love you, I really do love you so much. You are a very important person to me and I’d have your babies. I would, I’d have your babies, really, it’s fine.
It was always Finn’s story. Back in 4x01 when we had no idea what was going on, when Finn disappeared from the show for three full episodes and didn’t return to Lima until even after that, New New Directions was already Finn’s story. When we were complaining that the newbies were slightly-altered or remixed clones of Old New Directions, that was the setup for Finn’s story. Finn was supposed to see himself and his friends in those kids, and help them make better friendships and better choices than his group had, and he was supposed to find himself in the process. […] But with Finn gone, it was nothing deeper than what we saw: It was a show (New York) and another show (Lima) existing side by side and barely interacting with each other. […] And it’s sad. God, it’s sad. Even if you never liked New New Directions, it’s sad to see McKinley go. […] When those kids leave McKinley, it’ll be like the last of him leaving too. [x]
My life is complete