Finally saw it and I´m a mess too. Cried for 44 minutes. Hell of an episdoe, and idk if I ever want to watch it again. I agree with Gee, it was more real than just acting. Especially the scence with Lea have been so real. It wasn´t necessary to see the funeral and the cause of death. I´m acutally glad that they kept it that way. Even just the little pieces made me emotional..like Puck staring at the empty chair during his song,or Santanas brake down, Kurt´s cuddling with the blanket, Burt and Carol, Rachel and the pictures,..ever little story was very well done. I loved the line of Puck, where he said that the "line" between his numbers has been his life.
All in all it was an beautiful/sad tribute to Finn and Cory.
(okay, I really have to watch something funny now).
Finn was really what Glee is all about. I'm going to miss him but I'm thankful for this episode. Everything was done so well. We saw every type of graving and it was great. This episode didn't get a lesson or happy ending like there always is, because like Sue said, it's just over, there's no happy ending, he died that just it.. But it was just so beautifuly done, from Kurt, Burt and Carole in Finn's room to Rachel saying that in the future she would have come back to Lima and Finn would have been there, teaching and waiting for her.. I'm glad, they decided to to this episode, I think as fans we needed it, to give a last goodbye to Finn, Cory and Finn deserves it. I don't think this is a episode I'll watch again anytime soon but still, it was beautiful.
Wrecking Ball- Marley Rose If I Were A Boy- Unique On Our Way- Tina, Artie, Blaine, Sam, Marley, Kitty, Unique, Ryder & Jake – You Are Woman, I Am Man- Rachel & Paolo Blurred Lines- Artie, Bree, Kitty, Jake & Will
For episode 6: Movin’ Out- Sam & Blaine My Life- Jake Puckerman An Innocent Man- Ryder Lynn Honesty- Artie Abrams Piano Man- Blaine Anderson Just The Way You Are- Rachel, Kurt, Santana, Sam & Blaine