Some heavy stuff went down on Tuesday’s Glee episode. While Kurt (Chris Colfer) takes a stand against gay hate crimes in the city, Mercedes (Amber Riley) and Sam (Chord Overstreet) face racial obstacles as they reignite their relationship. Meanwhile, Rachel (Lea Michele) decides NYADA has nothing more to offer her as she is already living her dream of being a Broadway performer. (via ‘Glee’ Review: Sondheim serious - Poptimal.com)
The gang’s all back for a special glee club reunion at McKinley High. Glee club director Will Schuester has asked both past and current members of New Directions to come together for one last assignment week before saying goodbye forever to his beloved glee club. (via ‘Glee’ Review: The last assignment? - Poptimal.com)
Tuesday’s Glee episode was like one long PSA about the dangers of competition among friends – it can very easily turn into a nightmare, as it unfortunately does for some of our favorite Glee characters. (via 'Glee' Review: Frenemies ungloved - Poptimal.com)
Poptimal.com -Glee Review: Creative Courage Filled with plenty of punchy one-liners thanks to writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Glee’s sixth episode is the funniest one so far in the show’s fifth season. A tribute to the music of singer-songwriter Billy Joel, this episode features seven of Joel’s songs.
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