Grease: You're the One that I Want

Season 1 Episode 1

Episode 101

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 07, 2007 on NBC

Episode Fan Reviews (3)

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  • I liked the first episode and look forward to watching the rest.

    I like the idea. I liked how they showed them singing and then if you were called back you had to dance. Some of the songs I think where dumb. I wish they had them do a Grease song so then you could see how they where as Danny and Sandy. Maybe even have them act out a part of the show. Some of the songs were really good. I can\'t imagine how hard it would be to learn a dance in a few minutes. It was great to see how they did all the rehearsing for it. Some of them were really bad. I did like how they danced to a Grease song.
  • Seems to similar to another show.

    Grease: You're the One that I Want,
    Grease: You're the One that I Want is about finding the next Danny and Sandy in the-another broadway production of Grease. To me seems to similar to American Idol. Because of trying to be like one of the worst shows in america they probably are going to not succed right. But before i say something this is just my oppion not anybody elses. The only part that didn't seem like AI is the dancing part. Billy Bush doesn't help the show either.
  • Not the word!

    "Grease:You the one I want" is yet another terrilbe reality series that looks like a rip off of "American Idol" a show that I don't watch. I rather hear about it from other show. Watching "American Idol" would be a waste of time for me. Watching that Grease reality show is too a waste of time. and the people who show up for the leads are don't look like Jack and Sandy. Don't get me wrong, I love this movie which came out in 1978 and I'm glad that getting it to Broadway, but having viewers determind who the next are is a miskate. I doin't know much about Broadway, ylou can't be a Broasway genius just by watching the Tony awards every year. The only good thing I can say about "Grease:You the One I want," is that it is a joy to ba watching David Ian, Jim Jacobs and Kathleen Marchall doing their job. After about a hour, I had enough and switch over to "American Dad."