We had been waiting all season for Rory (Damian McGinty) to finally grace us with his presence on Glee. And now that we finally has, we have to ask: Was it all you wanted it to be?

As far as we’re concerned, Rory’s appearance was way better than we were hoping. We seriously could not stop smiling whenever he was onscreen during “Glee, Actually,” and the idea of him playing a guardian angel was inspired.

Plus, how funny was Artie’s (Kevin McHale) line about wanting Rory to talk slowly? We’ve always been able to understand the guy perfectly — and that accent only makes him cuter! — but apparently Artie does not agree.

Come to think of it, the only thing better would be if the show could have squeezed in a song for him! Still, we suppose we’ll take what we can get.

And now we’re just hoping that Rory may continue to pop up from time to time throughout the season. The show had a tough time developing a compelling storyline for him last season, but we would love to see them find a way to really take advantage of his many talents.

So what do you think? Was his appearance all you hoped it would be, or did it leave you feeling a bit underwhelmed?

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