RIB don’t you dare cut this scene. Don’t. You. Dare.
I’M CRYING. HOLD ME.
I’ve been seeing this music clip circulating — which I informally call the Finchel Theme although it’s really called ‘Looking Back’, composed by Kerry Muzzey. It was apparently the backing track for the Kurt/Blaine kiss, as well as a very early Will/Emma scene.
The Revert Locker theme, however, is a generic theme used for other dramatic scenes with the show. I mean, I’m pretty sure it is.
Some claim that a Locker theme was used during the Finn/Quinn scene (where she comes down the stairs and he gives her the corsage Rachel picked out) in ‘Prom Queen’. However, I think that this might have been the theme that played during the Fuinn scene, as it is the theme particular to Quinn (played during her Prom Queen monologue in ‘Original Song’ and her confrontation with Rachel at the piano).
Obviously, since I have no way of going back and watching all of these scenes to confirm the above, someone else will have to do the confirmation for me.
But jesus, I need Brittana like I need air.
SOBBING SO HARD RIGHT NOW
So once upon a time JJ got hella behind on her Asks, then posted some answers. I apologize for the lag.
(I’ll answer the rest of them soon! Sorry, everyone!)
“It’s possible that “Landslide” might have incidental, as opposed to contextual, significance to Brittana… like maybe it was on the radio the first time they kissed or something. Who knows?”
A bucket for my creys.
My preoccupation with the Monty Hall problem has led me to discover that it is easier to understand as a Brittana logic problem. Here’s the scenario:
The probability of Santana finding Brittany is 2/3 if she abandons her first choice of going to the third floor closet.
However, given that Santana first chose the third floor closet, and given that she witnesses Sue commandeering the second floor closet — what is the probability that Brittany is in the first floor closet?