23 May 2012 1:13 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

You know the theory that fans only accuse a show of bad writing when things happen that they don't like? Last night's season finale proves that theory wrong, at least as far as Klaine and Brittana fans go.

See, I can imagine a brilliantly written episode full of things all those fans, including me, would have hated. I have no trouble envisioning a phenomenally plotted season finale in which either or both couples break up, or at least suffer huge relationship angst. That episode could have been so well written we'd have all been crying and writhing on the floor and breaking Tumblr with our grief. And it might have made me want to die, but I wouldn't have said it was badly written.

But those things didn't happen. Kurt and Blaine are strongly together, and we didn't get any hint or suggestion that they would be anywhere but still »

- christiekeith

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