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This week on Amazing Trainwrecks in TV History (sometimes referred to as Glee), Emma bailed on her wedding and everyone kept partying because FREE BOOZE, and a bunch of different people had sex with each other.
This first batch is based on much of January plus the first week of February.
After last week's actually-not-terrible "Naked" explored body issues in a way that didn't suck, Glee opted to follow up its victory with "Diva," a celebration of everything awful about its characters.
If there's one thing Glee has (probably unintentionally) gotten right about high school, it's the whirlwind romances, unrequited crushes, and homecoming hook-ups that leave dizzy onlookers in desperate need of some Dramamine.
I want to believe Glee is setting us up for a story about unrequited crushes and how they just kind of happen and they’re part of growing up. I just don’t believe the show ever thinks that far ahead.
Trying to logically consider possible winners and losers for the Globes is even more difficult than it is for the Emmys... so let's try it, shall we?
Sue's blatant invocation of this episode's chosen tribute pretty much summed it up: "It's where several separate storylines are sandwiched together between commercial breaks and then tied together at the end with a beautiful bow. Like that movie Love, Actually,…
Also, you're not using "swan song" right, show.
I had hoped that Quinn's return would bring with it an attitude adjustment of the most epic proportions for stupid, terrible Kitty. Instead, sadly, Quinn fell for her charms.
This week's superhero angle could have been a trainwreck, but Glee managed to take a concept that was a little out there and make it awesome; "Dynamic Duets" was Glee at its best.
Despite featuring an homage to one of the happier musicals to have graced Broadway, "Glease" was, when it came to the stories of Glee's own characters, quite the downer.
Glee's return from hiatus was all about finding yourself and that "one role" you’re destined to play. The thing is, EVERY episode of Glee is about "finding yourself" and it’s really not special anymore.
Plus: Foxy Jane Seymour heads to Fox, CBS ends its Hulu holdout (sorta), and the Jersey Shore kids do something for Jersey.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
Getting cast on a reality TV show used to be the death-knell for an actor's career. Now, not so much! Here are at least seven current TV actors who started off on reality shows.
This week, the stresses of life apart and life in general finally caught up to some of Glee’s most prominent couples.
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teen pregnancy, unlikely friendships, ensemble cast, music and dancing, pressures of high school