I loved Brittany before she ever had a line on the show. At first it was, wow, who’s that cheerleader? And after the first episode I thought that would be it. She’d completed her task as a background dancer and then we’d focus on the main cheerleader.
But then we got to see her again and again. (OMG the car wash!)
And then she got a line! Cool, I guess that means she’ll show up every once in a while to dance.
And then she uttered the immortal words: “A male duck.” (In answer to: does anyone know what a ballad is?) And I was totally lost. She is my favorite character on Glee. Brittany, the girl with no last name and a diary-reading cat. Who would have thought?
It’s not that she’s dumb that draws me to her. I do think it’s hilarious though. There’s something that feels innocent about her that I like. I tend to think too much about stuff and let it generate anxiety. I wish I had her view of the world. (square root of 4 is rainbows)
Brittany is awesome at what she does: dancing. Hoo boy, if I were a girl I sure wish I had moves like that. She is phenomenal. I would love to be that good at something.
Brittany is honest. I guess it’s an aspect of the stupidity thing. But I do like that she says what she thinks, no filter. This is the opposite of the real me. I spend so much time considering what I am going to say and how people will take it that the conversation usually passes me by.
I like that she’s basically a nice person. She hangs out with some mean friends, but she seems to have a good heart.
She’s very open sexually, apparently she’s made out with girls and boys. She’s hooked up with Santana! I grew up repressed and still have way too much guilt associated with my sense of sexuality. I wish I could be as comfortable with myself as she is.
She gets to be a cheerleader and popular. And she gets to sing and dance and be the underdog in the show choir. Best of both worlds.
I am a devoted Brittany fan and dream about being like her.