I’m looking for the Doctor.
The date and time of the first episode
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This moment ripped my heart to shreds but I loved it, because that was right after “You have to keep being a parent even though you don’t get to have a child anymore.” And for years and years Kurt’s been a son without a mother, yeah, but I don’t think that was what was going through his head right then. I think this was two people reaching out to each other, because they’re the same right now. They’re both something to someone who is no longer there. Kurt’s a little brother who doesn’t get to have a big brother any more. (Or, possibly, an older brother with no younger brother.) That’s not a thing that goes away. But for all that Kurt didn’t, in my head, go to Carole solely as a “replacement son” of sorts, Carole DID reach out to Kurt mother-to-son. Because she loves Kurt. Don’t forget, Burt wasn’t going to take that honeymoon that he skipped to pay Dalton’s tuition by himself. Watch Carole’s hands in that middle gif. That’s not someone grabbing for comfort. As Kurt’s face crumples, she strokes his shoulder. That’s a mom, comforting a child. Even grieving so hard she can’t breathe, she comforts a crying son. Because Carole’s a mom to the very core. So hats off to Romy Rosemont for showing so much in one little gesture.
He was our quarterback
Everyone wants to talk about how he died, too. But who cares? One moment in his life. I care more about how he lived.
I always thought that when I, uh… How do parents go on when they lose a child? You know, when I would see that stuff on the news, I’d shut it off, ‘cause it was just too horrible to think, but I would always think: how do they wake up every day? I mean, how do they breathe? But you do wake up. And for just a second, you forget. And then… oh, you remember. And it’s like getting that call again… and again, every time. You don’t get to stop waking up.
He was our quarterback.