* Quinn is still headed for Yale, but not without one last smooch with Puck, and a Metro North pass for new pal Rachel. Grade: A- Kurt, “I’ll Remember” A sweet rendition of an underrated Madonna ballad, though I found it weird Kurt went out of his way to dedicate it to the New Directions guys, with whom he’s never been as close as the ladies. * Puck is…well, he graduated. Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. L kissed dating goodbye. Relationship with bipolar man. Ships from and sold by Amazon.com.
I Kissed Dating Goodbye author is maybe kind of sorry.. Learn more If you have yet to watch Tuesday’s season finale, hit the nearest exit. Only Rachel got good news: Yep, Ms.
Josh Harris Apologizes - Love, Joy, Feminism. And now, onto letter grades for the episode’s musical numbers! Mr. L kissed dating goodbye. Now the question becomes: Do Ryan Murphy & Co. Everyone else, read on… It’s fitting that ‘s third-season finale ended with the bittersweet ritual of high-school graduation, and not just because half of the show’s characters happened to be members of the William McKinley High senior class. * Mike Chang is Chicago-bound, thanks to a scholarship from the Joffrey Ballet School. Yep, Noah Puckerman got a C- on that final European Geography exam and earned his degree. Relationship equity.
A triumphant ending for a girl chasing her dreams, not her delusions, in the streets of New York City. Finn did not get accepted to “Inside the Actor’s Studio.” Kurt, similarly, got rejected by NYADA. Schue, “Forever Young” I dunno, maybe I’m a dark-hearted beast, or maybe Mr. “You’re gonna get on that train and you’re gonna go to New York and be a star,” said Finn, who reckoned if they were meant to be together, they could wait. Oh, also, he’s enlisting in the military as a way to honor his dad’s memory! Talk about an ending I didn’t see coming, but one that was - let’s be honest - a lot more realistic for both characters