Guy Talk, a glee fanfic | FanFiction
Pinterest. | See more ideas about Blaine and kurt, Chris colfer and Darren criss . Darren Criss (Blaine) and Chris Colfer (Kurt) - “Klaine” - from “Glee” - Kiss. RELATEDGlee Casts Gina Gershon as Blaine's Mother in Final Season they lived alone in the loft — but Blaine is now in a relationship with Karofsky. joke at Tina's expense (“You said you'd wait for me to park the rental car! .. de même que dans la saison 3, Kurt a flirté avec un autre garçon, car il se. The Blaine-Tina Relationship, most commonly known as Blina or Blatina (as Tina refers them as in Sadie Hawkins, the eleventh episode of Season Four) is the friendship between former New Directions members and McKinley High alumni Blaine Anderson and Tina Cohen-Chang.
I can neither confirm nor deny-" Blaine was laughing so hard he was having trouble breathing, and he was pretty sure Finn was crying legitimate tears. How's virginity working out for ya?
Extra Credit: We Need to Talk—Tina’s Crush | Deconstructing Glee
He was super excited about the way his relationship with Kurt had been developing, but that didn't mean he wanted to cheapen it by gossiping with Kurt's friends. However, some part of his pride didn't want to be mistaken for a virgin when he wasn't one anymore.
What are you doing even thinking about…? That's-" Finn's eyes cut over to Blaine as he stopped talking, like he'd just barely prevented himself from saying something offensive.
Unless you're trying to count oral - which is totally against the rules - you're still a virgin. Look, this is a sexy move, right? Then he chuckled all of a sudden, "Or vice versa, huh, dude? Let's just get back to rehearsing, alright? That has nothing to do with anything! It was time to go. Grabbing up his jacket, Blaine called over his shoulder, "I'll see you guys later.
That includes topics like consent, suicide, teen pregnancy, adoption, etc. I think Glee frequently sends the wrong messages and brings up topics that without exception NEED time and weight and nuance if you want to write about them non-offensively, and I think a lot of the fandom online is smart enough to identify these things as such and discuss them smartly, but not necessarily because the show has anything to do with that.
Taking quotes badly out of context weakens your case. Having a crush is not creepy, what Tina is doing is. Media matters and influences society, this has been proven beyond a doubt. If you create media that a lot of people take in, you have influence over these people.
Some issues are wrong but are easier to joke about because of who the punchline is aimed at or because all of society already knows how wrong this is. I sure HOPE they do it well.
Prom Queen When Blaine sing It's Not Unusual in the school courtyard, Tina is seen enjoying the performance and recording it on her phone. Mash Off Tina runs into Blaine and Kurt at the mall as they relax on massage chairs while Tina is out buying fabric for the costumes.
They both invite her to join them for a hot pretzel, but Tina declines, saying she needs to buy more fabric that highlights Rachel's best features. When Tina accidentally falls and hits her head in the water fountain due to not paying attention because she was angrily texting MikeBlaine immediately rushes to her aid.
They then take her to the glee club for her to sing her solo where they are both shown to be very moved by her performance. The real Blaine is seen as Puck, who lazily sits in the back row, yawning and visibly bored. When Tina sings Because You Loved Mehe is seen teary-eyed as the real Puck would sometimes do during an emotional performance. Props They are seen standing in the crowd together during the senior's graduation ceremony, cheering on the seniors and their current boyfriends at the time.
They share an angry look during Marley 's audition, realizing that there will be more competition to be "The New Rachel.
Later, when Finn talks about how Blaine's been feeling down and going through a rough time, Tina remarks that Blaine needs to get over his pity party and that he's acting like a bad Lifetime movie. But when Finn announces that Blaine is leaving McKinley and going back to Daltonshe is visibly shocked. During Don't Dream It's OverTina and Blaine show up unexpectedly during the performance and sing several lines together.
Swan Song This episode is the turning point in their relationship. During a student council meeting, Blaine asks Tina to read the minutes from the last meeting, to which she replies that Sam had done a Daniel Craig impression for forty-five minutes. Tina then proposes the idea for the first annual McKinley High Sadie Hawkins dance after a meeting at Tina's "Too Young To Be Bitter" club came up with the idea, deciding that the girls shouldn't have to wait for a guy to ask them out.
Despite his hesitance, Blaine is out-voted by the council. Later Finn has the New Directions gather in a science classroom for a glee club meeting. Both Blaine and Tina laugh at Sam's unintentional statement about sitting under "Uranus. Finn then suggests that the girls sings to the guys as a way to ask them out, to which Tina serenades I Don't Know How to Love Him to Blaine, though he is completely clueless.
After her solo, she asks Blaine to the dance to which an uncomfortable Blaine awkwardly turns her down, leaving Tina stunned and hurt. Tina later confronts Blaine by his locker and says she owes him an apology, but also demands an apology from him because she felt that his rejection was the most humiliating moment she had ever experienced in glee club which she admits is saying something. She then apologizes for asking him to the Sadie Hawkins dance seeing as how Blaine was a victim of a hate crime at a Sadie Hawkins dance.
However, Blaine reveals that he didn't turn her down because of that, but because of something else. After Tina insistently demands for a reason why he rejected her, Blaine reveals that it's because he has a crush on Sam before slumping to the floor.
Blaine believes he is being stupid, but Tina then tells him that she knows what it's like to be in love with someone who won't love her back, implying it to be Blaine. They laugh together and Tina then asks Blaine out a second time, this time as "best friends," solidifying their friendship, though Tina still harbors feelings for Blaine. Italic text At the dance, Blaine compliments Tina on her dancing decorations and admits that he's glad he came with her.
Blaine then joins the guys in singing No Scrubs while Tina watches in appreciation. They share several dances with each other and compliment each other - with Blaine saying that he loves Tina's new attitude and Tina admitting that she loves his everything and that he's perfect.
Just as they appear to be about to kiss, Sam runs in and takes Blaine away to investigate a cheating scandal with The Warblersleaving Tina to feel rejected and hurt once again. Later, Tina is getting herself punch when Blaine walks up behind her explains his absence, which Tina dreamily asks if there is nothing he can't do.
Blaine replies that he can't possibly leave without one slow dance with her and the two dance to Ryder 's I Only Have Eyes for You. During the next "Too Young To Be Bitter" club, the girls praise Tina for her Sadie Hawkins idea and Tina admits that she has found the love of her life and then disbands the club as there is no longer a reason for the girls to be bitter.
Sadie Hawkins Throughout the episode, Tina's crush for Blaine continued to grow. Since the club needed funding for Regionals now that The Warblers were disqualified she comes up with the idea to create a Men of McKinley calendar. She even noted that Blaine should be December, because he would make a sexy Santa.
Although this would benefit the group, she was obviously creating reasons to see Blaine almost naked. She also goes up to his locker asking that she would accompany her to the mall to pick up clothes, and defends his body and "perky and delicious behind that looks like it got baked to perfection by some master chef," which an uncomfortable Blaine awkwardly thanks her, when Sam starts accusing him of jealousy.