Gleeks, last night's Glee fast forwarded to a couple months after graduation. Now most of the gang is in NYC. Kurt and Blaine are living together, Rachel is a Broadway star, Sam is a coach potato, and Mercedes is recording East Coast style. So how are our Gleeks adjusting? Well, some better than others.
Gleeks, last night was Glee's 100th episode part 2. We had a lot of plot action in this episode from graduation to the Glee Club/New Directions being definitely kaput. Let's recap, shall we?
Gleeks, last night was Glee's 100th episode. We saw some familiar faces (Mercedes, Quinn, Puck, April) and revisited favorite songs, high school wounds and scandalous pasts.
Gleeks, Glee last night New Directions headed to L.A. for Nationals and the results weren't what we were expecting and hoping for. We also got a poignant visit from Burt and Carole, and Sue delivers a blow to Schue and his Glee kids.
Gleeks, Glee last night it was all about trios: friends, family and music. Schue and Emma were working on making their family a trio while our Glee kids (Lima and NYC) partnered up for some trio-tastic music.
Gleeks, Glee has finally returned, making its mid-season spring debut with an all new night and an all new time. In last night’s episode, a familiar feud resurfaced (ahem Santana and Rachel). Meanwhile competition heated up between Artie and Tina who both had their eye on the valedictorian prize. And did we detect some sparks between Starchild and Kurt?
It's been two months since the last new episode of Glee and fans are likely very eager for the series to return. We still have a couple of weeks to wait for that, but in the meantime, Fox has released a handful of new images, including the one above, which shows a musical moment at WMHS. There seem to be a lot of those.
Glee began with a heavy emphasis on Finn and Rachel, and from what series creator Ryan Murphy says, the Fox musical dramedy would have ended that way as well. Unfortunately, the plan has changed in the wake of Cory Monteith’s death earlier this year, however an excerpt from a eulogy Murphy gave at a memorial for the actor reveals how the ending of Glee would have played out.
Happy Holidays, Gleeks! In last night's "previously unaired Christmas episode," we were treated to Becky sexually harassing others, an intense Christmas tree contest, a hot klepto Santa, and Unique's version of a '70s Diana Ross nativity scene. Let's recap, shall we?
Ryan Murphy’s FOX musicomedy/after-school special, Glee is about to hit one of the most sought-after milestones in TV, and there’s far more than a parade going on: it’s a goddamn veritable smorgasbord of characters. Murphy has very publicly announced (either because he’s the king of casting overshares or as a way to strong-arm everyone into involvement) on Twitter that he’s inviting everyone back for the show’s 100th episode.
In last night's episode, a gas leak in the McKinley choir room resulted in a variety of bizarre hallucinations: puppets, Miss Jackson dance-off, and Sue wearing a non-track suit dress. Wait that last part turned out to be true...
In last night's episode, it was McKinley High's first annual career day where Billy Joel was the word, Sam tested the waters of modeling, and Becky explored the possibility of college.
Glee’s giving fans something to be thankful for this Thanksgiving: Puppets! Because take it from Community and Angel, you have to have a puppet episode! Some photos of the Glee puppets have made their way online, including the one above, which shows us Blaine and a puppet presumably performing a duet together in the Glee Club music room.
In last night's episode, the halls (and bathroom stalls) of McKinley were filled with "twerkers" and Sue Sylvester was having none of it. Meanwhile in NYC, Kurt decided to break out of his rut with a tattoo and Rachel with a saucy wig.
In last night's episode, Adam Lambert made his Glee debut, Kurt decided to start a band, and the gang faced an epic question: "Are you a Katy or a Gaga?"