1. “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay” Performance. Fans of the show enjoyed this performance in the Whitney Houston tribute episode. Those who really pay close attention the development of the characters loved how Blaine has changed over time. When we were first introduced to him, he was singing “Bills, Bills, Bills” which is basically saying he needed someone to pay his bills. In this song, he said he could pay his own way. In just a few seasons, he evolved. The reactions of the other characters are priceless too.
6. Acoustic performance of “Teenage Dream”. Revisiting this song once again showed the evolution of characters. The first time Blaine sang this to Kurt is sounded like a love song. This time around it sounded more like a goodbye; like he knew their relationship was getting the curtain. Even during the performance it was almost like the other characters knew the message he was attempting to convey.
8. “Somebody I Used To Know” And Blaine/Cooper interaction. Everyone was thrilled to hear Matt Bomer was cast to play Blaine’s big brother. Their relationship wasn’t picture perfect like people would have assumed. All of the awkwardness came to a head when they performed “Somebody I Used To Know”. Normally we would look at that song as a love song, but Glee went a whole new direction with it and made it reflect a familial relationship which was really amazing.
Darren Criss’s description of his EP, while also describing himself.
YOU ARE TOO FUCKING CUTE.