A lot of people say that Roderick, Jane, Mason, Madison, and Spencer should have been introduced in season 4. I disagree. They should have been introduced in season 5, which really should have been a brand new school year. Normal timelines are a good thing! That way we could been introduced to the new newbies a lot earlier and seen them interact with the season 4 newbies.
Kitty generally sat with the
Cheerios at lunch; she was a creature of habit, after all, and as much as she
loved the Glee kids, they were far too loud. Maybe it did have something to do
with the popularity she wasn’t quite ready to let go of, but generally it was
much easier to sit with the snobbish Cheerios and the football players, picking
at her food and leafing through a book or something while she ignored the
whispered gossip all around her.
Anyway, it was her table, damn it. She’d formed it, and she’d be damned before she
let the likes of Bree chase her away.
One did not get to be as feared or
as loved as Kitty Wilde was without learning how to read a room, and something
was definitely up in the popular circle. She kept up her disinterested façade-
at this point, she was excellent at pretending she wasn’t paying attention- but
listened out anyway. When Bree waved over a group of juniors from the volleyball
team, Kitty kept an eye on them as Bree pressed a bill into each of their hands
and handed them something in brown paper bags. There was some whispering that
Kitty couldn’t quite make out, but she noticed the meaningful looks cast across
the room to the table where Roderick and Jane and Spencer and Alistair and the
twins were sitting now, having too much fun to notice or care about anything
else around them.
At Bellmont University, it’s a well-known fact that the social hierarchy of collegiate acapella reigns supreme. Whether you’re belting out solos center stage, crooning soft harmonies with the altos, or beat-boxing in the back, you’re nothing unless you’ve made it into one of the school’s two viciously rivaling acapella groups. So brush off the dust on those vocal chords and pick a side - the Bell Tones or The Tonicizers - because the road to Nationals is bound to be aca-crazy!