|Timothy Alistair Norgrove|
|Family & Friends|
|Family:|| Mother (Jayne)
|Relationships:||Chloe Horan(Girlfriend; Sexual)|
Timothy Alistair Norgrove is a character on Glee: The Journey Continues. His cousin, Lesa, is also in glee club.
Tim is extremely intelligent and quick witted. Bitingly sarcastic and always ready with a fast retort, he was moved up a grade in school. He is kind and extremely loyal, as well as being thoughtful and a good listener. However, he is extremely apathetic and infuriatingly lazy. He lacks ambition of almost any kind, and doesn't know what he wants to do with his life. He is very opinionated and has quite a temper, being unafraid to put his views forward even if they upset others. He can be inadvertently cruel and tactless. In the past, Tim's need to always be right and his strong opinions have got him into a lot of trouble.
Life Before GleeEdit
Born in Philadelphia, Tim's family travelled around a lot until he was about 11, due to his father's (Declan) job as a developer. His mother (Jayne) put her foot down eventually, as she felt being constantly on the move didn't allow the children to grow up and have a normal childhood. Tim is very close to al his family, particularly his older brother (Rich) and younger sister (Caitlyn). His family are all extremely intelligent, although they generally agree that Declan is the smartest, something he regularly likes to remind them of (for example: "Sometimes you guys are so thick I cant believe we're related" and "Speaking of retarded...Rich, how's the math work?"). They all know that it is meant in jest, and enjoy to tease each other. Tim's extreme apathy and unwillingness to do much more than goof off and watch copious amounts of TV frustrates everyone, having been reprimanded at school and home for his unwillingness to participate. He also gets into trouble for correcting students and teachers and not dropping issues. He joined glee after Jayne insisted that he take up some extra-curriculars and get some credits, thinking that this perhaps required the least commitment (unlike the numerous sports clubs Rich suggested). He was put up a grade in school, and is on track to go to some of the best universities in the country, such as CalTech and Princeton. Despite this, he has no idea what he wants to do with his life, preferring to live in the moment. Tim loves crime dramas, is an atheist (sees all religion as comic and entertaining, enjoying mocking it), and is addicted to ice cream and pesto. He has had no previous relationships (since they involve to much commitment) and confesses to being "romantically clueless."