Whose Shoes Wednesday…The Answer!

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo asked, whose shoes?

Jane Lynch Shoes

Manolo answers, it is the Jane Lynch!

Congratulations to the Manolo’s internet friend the Teresa K, who was the first to correctly identify this week’s gleeful personage of note.

P.S. Has the Manolo mentioned that he is now almost entirely over the Glee! thing? The almost is reserved for the Jane Lynch, who still makes the Manolo laugh. Otherwise, the show, it is hectoring, predictable, and tiresome.


7 Responses to “Whose Shoes Wednesday…The Answer!”

  1. Miss Eliza Wharton Says:

    “To hector” is an interesting verb which I had never seen before. Thanks Manolo!

  2. Long Island Says:

    I watched only one episode. I never got Glee. However I love Jane and if you like Jane try to catch Party Down on Netflix. Far funnier sitcom without the annoying musical numbers. Sadly it lasted only three seasons. It was a good take on trying to make it in LA.

  3. Manolo the Shoeblogger Says:

    Ayyy! The Manolo loved the Party Down! The episode in which the Steven Weber played the Eastern European criminal Ricky Sargulesh made the Manolo howl with the laughter.

  4. Litchee Says:

    Ah ! So nice to see I’m not the only one to see that Glee hasn’t kept up with the level of quality that is the reason they were successful in the first place.
    I think it’s kinda sad that most people don’t even seem to notice the change, between simple but well-balanced screenwriting and really witty dialogue, and half-hours chunks of auto-tuned Gwyneth Paltrow and product placement.

  5. Long Island Says:

    Someone please stop this Gywnth is a singer movement! How did she get this idea in her head? The inflated ego is strong with that one. All the undiscovered talented singers out there and we now have Gwynth wobbling away. Give me Rebecca Black over Mrs Martin any day!

  6. marjorie Says:

    It’s not predictable. It is UTTERLY INCOHERENT. Characters do not behave consistently from moment to moment, let alone episode to episode.

    I still like the singings and the dancings. And yes, it’s impossible not to love Jane Lynch. But when even Brittni’s dimwit act is no longer charming, things are dire. And Ryan Murphy! Having tantrums at bands who will not license their songs to Glee! Implying that they do not care about the revolution or the rights of the gay! Please, dude, get over yourself. Explore the notions of plot and character arcs and not going for the easy fat or trans joke (YES, STILL) and get back to us.

  7. Miss Cavendish Says:

    I’ve been a fan of Jane Lynch since the Christopher Guest mockumentaries. Love her wry delivery coupled with her dignified beauty (even in those Glee sweats).

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