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Season 5 Episode 3

The Quarterback

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Oct 10, 2013 on FOX
out of 10
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Episode Summary


The New Directions learn of Finn Hudson's death and they pay tribute to him.

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  • Great

  • Last goodbye :(

    It`s my first review ever of Glee and all I can say is that I cried the entire episode. I was very very sad.
  • Glee: The Quarterback

    <3 :'( So Sad!
  • polls are dumb

    Why does Blaine even have one vote. The one time I remember him on screen it looked like he was constipated.
  • Good episode

    I cried inconsolably during Finn's mom speech about how a parent can possibly survive the death of a child, and how now she keeps being a mom but doesn't get to have a child. It sounded perfectly and I really think Romy Rosemont is a great (though underestimated in this show) actress. As a mother, it really moved me and I cried like a baby for quite some time!

    It was a good episode. It was weird because this time, Cory Monteith, portraying Finn is actually gone, so it's not "just" a TV death. Maybe that's why this episode sounded so right, when the rest of the show sounds so wrong sometimes. Anyway, a good episode, but it's sad a cast member had to die so that the writers could write a decent episode...moreless
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Iqbal Theba

Principal Figgins

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Pamela Chan

Pamela Chan

Dottie Kazatori

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Amber Riley

Amber Riley

Mercedes Jones

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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  • QUOTES (1)

    • Kurt: (voiceover) Three weeks to the day since his funeral, and it's the first time I've had the courage to even look at the suit I wore to it. And now back to Lima for a special memorial. Mr. Shue is planning. We're all going back everyone who can. Being together is hard it makes it more real but I also need my friends right now. People keep asking me, "How are you feeling? What are you feeling?" I have no answers. Honestly, what can you say about a 19-year-old who dies? Everyone wants to talk about how he died, too, but who cares? One moment in his whole life. I care more about how he lived. And anyone who has a problem with that should remember that he was my brother. I only keep that out when I know she won't come in. (normal) Rachel? I'm going now. (voiceover) This isn't real. I'm not going home for this. He's going to be there. I'm going to spend my entire life missing him.

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