The Kitchen Musical is the first ever pan-Asian television musical drama series. Produced and shot in Singapore, it is scheduled to air on seven countries, including ABS-CBN and Studio 23, in the region and 18 territories via AXN this October.
What makes it very interesting is that Filipinos are major ingredients! Read More
I finally downloaded Glee S02E03. The dorm does not have any TV so I watch Glee the day after it is shown on ETC. Anyway, I thought the episode would just be a boring episode since I heard my classmates talking that the cast made covers of spiritual/ inspirational songs. I’m not against it or anything but it’s just weird when something that’s related to religion is focused on a episode especially when its shown in the US where most of the people do not believe in Him.
I was disappointed at Kurt because of his character. I guess the writers made him that way. Haha. Anyway, it was funny when Finn was actually praying to a sandwich and interesting that Quinn and Tina were actually religious. The writers now let us explore the individual characters and know them more personally.
Well, blah blah blah. What I want to say is, this episode is one of the greatest episodes (for me). I’m the type of person that does not cry that easily. This episode has challenged my emotions by bringing in topics like faith in God, my current relationship with my father, status with friends, my love life and just my whole personality. This episode helped me realize that life is really hard and that’s the way it is. There will many trials in the future but despite of all that, there is only one being you can trust, GOD. From the moment where Kurt started singing his song until the credits, I was crying. Yes, it’s true. My tears wouldn’t just stop. I never thought I would cry to songs like Bridge Over Troubled Water or One of Us. Now I think the whole thing was funny and I’m currently laughing at myself for crying too much.