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Dynamic Duets (Episode 4X07)

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    irehawk20

    [1]Nov 16, 2012
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    This Thursday is Thanksgiving and I know there is an episode that is titled, "Thanksgiving", of this show. But why is this next episode going to be "Dynamic Duets" before "Thanksgiving" for no reason? Now this is the part that Glee is also messed up also.


    Please discuss this episode anyhow.

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    djboy77

    [2]Nov 23, 2012
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    Apparently in Glee-world, intimidation consists of singing a snappy song.


    I'm having a lot of trouble staying in-universe these days. The whole opening scene - not to mention the overall theme of the show - came out of nowhere and remained completely unexplained.


    Marley clearly has a far stronger voice than Kitty.

    Edited on 11/23/2012 11:43pm
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    irehawk20

    [3]Nov 26, 2012
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    Rachel, Kurt, Emma, Will, Sue and Mr. Figgins are not in this episode at all. But Tina and Sugar got some singing parts at the end of this episode, but they should get some more singing lead solos!

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    MrCellophane1

    [4]Nov 28, 2012
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    A rather mediocre outing. Melissa Benoist's acting is way too stiff for me to take her bullimia story seriously, and I thought the superhero thing felt stupid and shoehorned in.


    I did enjoy the character development on Ryder and Kitty, though.


    Grade: C-

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