I'm the shaggy-haired blond actor with a swimmer's build!
Please don't make me take my shirt off in this scene, Mr. Murphy. Please...
I'm his exposed nipples.
I'm a stereotypical sassy black character who likes to roll my eyes, snap my head and say sarcastic one liners.
I'm Pepper! Remember me?
OP, just shut the fuck up and bend over. And no, I don't have a condom.
But I do care for you.
I'm ratings. I'm good in the first season and then not so much...
I'm the young gay male character who lives up to every imaginable stereotype! Watch me squeal in delight when I find the perfect pair of shoes or hear a Lady Gaga song coming on!
I'm the long-story document for the entire season that gets trashed after ep. 6., lying in pieces on the office floor.
I am the writers who write in and out Murphy's boytoys ... uhm, I mean the legit actors who fell out of Murphy's favor.
I am the celebrity guest star who gets a whole episode written around his or her guest character. That sure strokes my ego! Ryan Murphy is my best friend from now on.
I'm the preachy, hot topic SERIOUS ISSUE plotline of the week that will be forgotten by next episode.
I'm Matt Bomer.
I'm the rude, amoral, 'loveable bitch' character that takes a break from bullying every character to preach to the audience how HORRIBLE and DESTRUCTIVE bullying is.
I'm the down syndrome character who always has a cute quip.
I'm the pregnancy storyline.
I'm the annoying cunty bitch and no one ever really calls me out on it.
I'm the gay guy who is masculine and not a femme stereotype, who you will never see on any of Ryan Murphy's shows.
I'm the girls' restroom at the high school. Bitch fights and wistful stares in the mirror are my speciality.
I'm the script that started out great but has gone off the rails by the end of the first season.
I'm the shameless mugging for the wobblycam, so puerile it would make a vaudevillian roll his eyes.
I'm NeNe . Bleep.
I'm the preachy child with a pair if glasses.
I'm chest hair.
I'm not welcome on this show.
I'm the bad boy with a heart of gold.
I am the song that's for sale on itunes. Even when the show pretends that was never the intention.
I am the $25 royalty check I receive at the end of the year for the five chart-topping Glee singles I sung.
I'm Cory Monteith. I can neither sing nor dance. Well, I can't really act, either. And I'm not particularly attractive. No one buys me as a teenager. So why would Ryan Murphy even hire me to star in Glee? Oh. Right.
Cory, I like it when you sing.
"It's a beautiful night..."
I'm the aging, butterface lead who looks like he's taking a huge dump in his Dockers whenever he sings.
I'm the would-be gay storyline that is dangled in front the audience like a carrot, but never actually materializes.
I'm the Entertainment Weekly cover with aforementioned cast of adorable misfits... In a month, I line the bird cage.
Twitter has tweeted
I'm the hair gel.
He's back!!!!! Ryan Murphy has just sold another show, this time to HBO. Heres EW's take:
"How many scripted series can one man shepherd at the same time? For Ryan Murphy, at least, the answer may soon be “four.” EW has confirmed that the mastermind behind Glee, American Horror Story, and The New Normal has sold yet another pilot: Open, a “modern, provocative exploration of human sexuality and relationships” co-written with Dexter co-executive producer Lauren Gussis. HBO has ordered the pilot; Deadline first reported the sale Wednesday night."