Thursday, August 8, 2013


Cory Monteith may be legally dead and buried, but Lea Michele must clock in to work anyway regardless.  So Lea Michele shows up on the set for the television show Glee and pauses in depressed sadness that this her first day of work without her fictional and actual love of her life Cory Monteith around.  However, Cory Monteith died from a drug overdose and the episode of Glee must still be filmed anyway regardless of her feelings on the matter.  This is the first time that Lea Michele as Rachel Berry had to function without Cory Monteith as Finn Hudson.
For those who are curious, Cory Monteith's character Finn Hudson not only will be written out of the show since Cory Monteith is now legally dead, but Finn Hudson is going to be killed off.  Word around the campfire is that Finn Hudson will also die from the same drug overdose in a hotel room tragedy that took Cory Monteith's life.  And after broadcasting three episode, Finn Hudson's funeral being the third episode, there will be a break as producers start casting a replacement for Cory Monteith.  Nobody has been casted yet to replace Cory Monteith nor has any character been created to replace Finn Hudson.  Everybody's too shell shocked by Cory Monteith's surprise drug overdose death to consider recasting and replacing the now legally deceased Cory Monteith.  The fifth season of Glee would've started with the funeral of Finn Hudson, but the first two episodes of the fifth season has already been written.  And the first two episodes of the fifth season of Glee originally featuring Finn Hudson as the male lead and now has to be rewritten so that Finn Hudson will be a no show (Cory Monteith also missed the last three episodes of the fourth season due to failed drug rehab).  So that's why Finn Hudson will be buried after five episodes of being a no show in the third episode of the fifth season of Glee instead of the season premier.
It will be interesting to see what type of songs will be picked out for the third episode of the fifth season when Finn Hudson is found dead in a hotel room with the floor covered with beer cans, cocaine up the nose, a hypodermic needle full of drugs up the arm and a hooker just about to leave.  I never met these people so I don't know if there really was a prostitute involved in this messy scandal.  What I do know is that the television show Glee is directly in the line of fire of Cory Monteith dying of a drug overdose in a hotel room scandal whether they want to be or not---And they'll need to address it in some manner.

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