THAT PART OF THE STORY DIDN’T WORK OUT…
Ryan Murphy is a salesman/liar who lives in a world of spin. He’s basically Don Draper.
He’ll say whatever he thinks he needs to say to paint a picture he thinks you’ll accept in order to sell you what he wants you to buy.
That doesn’t mean a word of what he’s saying is true.
[W]henever Finn had to act like a fratboy, Monteith delivered those lines with comic timing, thereby reassuring us that bro behavior was an affectation. These were conscious acting choices that deconstructed the jock character. In Monteith’s portrayal, masculinity was a performance, and a leading man was just a boy pretending to be a man. x