Is Wemma an abusive relationship? | Deconstructing Glee
Emma Pillsbury: [realizing her gaffe] Oh, god, I'm so sorry. . Will Schuester: This marriage works because I love you, because I have always accepted you. Will Schuester: When you answer the phone, what do you say? Mercedes Jones: . You've been in the same relationship your entire life. You don't know Emma Pillsbury: How is you compromising yourself for my crazy any different than you doing it for hers? . Rachel Berry: Oh, my god, you're Jesse St. James. You're in . I too have seen what real abuse is and Will/Emma's relationship doesn't even My god. For the record, it doesn't matter how “hard” a person's.
He tries to help Emma and be supportive of her because he loves her. There is nothing wrong with his behavior towards Emma. He was trying to show her that she needed help and she took that step thanks to him.
The important point is his actions towards her for getting help was not for him it was for her to help her for herself because he would do anything for her. That was his action in Rocky Horror letting her go because Carl was making her better. Everything Will has done was out of concern and love. Letting someone go they love is the unselfish and loving thing they can do.
Like he told Rachel once. One day you will find a guy that will love the things you hate about yourself and this a perfect example of this.
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As someone who watched her mom get the crap kicked out of her, sexually assaulted and emotionally controlled by my father for 15 years I can tell you what an abusive relationship is.
Has Will screwed up royally in dealing with a person with a mental illness? You bet your ass he has. But give the man a break please, dealing with someone with OCD requires a learning curve and he is still trying to figure the whole thing out. As hard as it is to have a mental illness try loving someone who has one. My fiance is Bi-Polar and most times I am so happy to be with him but sometimes I just want to run for my life and never look back. BTW, almost all the romantic relationships on Glee are dysfunctional in some way or another.
It is not awesome to call people names. New moderation policy will follow. Does Will need to be more aware of and sensitive to issues of diversity and the varying needs of others? Basically, I think you give Will too much credit and Emma way too little. Kristyn 2 January at The person of this article is mis-using the term Abusive. Will tells Emma that he will be there for her no matter what, and also urges her to get treatment for her OCD.
She starts seeing a psychiatrist in the episode " Born This Way ", and is showing signs of improvement by the end of season two. Over the summer, Will and Emma move in together, although they have not consummated their relationship.
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They ultimately agree that Emma will stay behind and the two will reunite on weekends. They are desperately trying to do so in the fifth season's tenth episode " Trio ", and are caught having sex in the school by Becky Jackson Lauren Potter. At the end of the episode, Emma reveals to Will that she is pregnant. During the final season, in the episode Transitioningshe convinces a torn Will to choose what's best for him, to stay at Vocal Adrenaline with a promising salary and facility but unhappy or to stop.
In a parallel episode to the Pilot,she is aware and concerned with Kurt's depression and consults with his father about it and also convince Will to stay with the Glee Club as the kids still needs him and that it what makes him happy.
In the series finale, " Dreams Come True ", she is now living happily with the newly promoted Will as the principal and in the future they have more kids together. She appears at the McKinley auditorium's rededication to Finn Hudson and enjoys the final performance of the New Directions. She is visibly shocked when Will and Terri hug and together with all of the Glee Cast take a final bow.
Development[ edit ] Casting and creation[ edit ] Emma is portrayed by actress Jayma Mays. Prior to her casting in Glee, Mays was already an established actress in both the television and film industries, but had little theatrical experience.
In casting Glee, series creator Ryan Murphy sought actors who could identify with the rush of starring in theatrical roles. Auditioning actors with no theatrical experience were required to prove they could sing and dance as well as act, and Mays auditioned with the song " Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me " from The Rocky Horror Show.
Actually, the second I got the sides. I got the sides just for that character before I got the whole script.
And just from the sides alone in the pilotI could tell she was such a well developed character. And there was so much going on with her just from those few sheets of paper that I had kind of describing who she was. I knew immediately that there was a lot that was going to be going on with her. And I think that's hard to find sometimes with roles for women. There's maybe not so many layers to them, always. And I just felt from the get go that there was so much going on.
And I also knew that Ryan Murphy was involved.
I knew that was exciting to me, too. As soon as I heard that, I knew that there would be something good on the page.
So I was immediately drawn to it. But Emma is not a cheater.
Emma is also so obsessive-compulsive she counts the bristles on her toothbrush. Sure, she's terrified of germs and in love with a married man, so seeing her as the voice of reason for the kids is amazing.
And I think a lot of people are like that sometimes.
We wanted to make her stand out from the other teachers. In the pilotwe made her look much more teacher-y. Now we're having more fun with her character, keeping her bright and unusual.