Community features another hilarious episode and Jeff’s hospital lie to get out of helping is brilliant in execution. Why didn’t Annie remember that Troy and Abed only live in single bedroom apartment? Unfortunately, I was out of town so I didn’t get to experience #AnniesMove on Twitter in realtime, which they seem to have really […]
Sadly, Glee has already seemed to fall back into its modus operandi of unlikeable characters all trying to backstab each other as they try to meet all their own agendas.
In tonight’s third season premiere of Glee, we jump into the Senior year (with assorted Juniors) of the club. There are a few changes (notably casting), but a lot of the same as years’ past.
After several weeks of arguably mediocre episodes, Glees third to last episode of the season brings the show back to a place that fans can appreciate, an episode focused on not the drama but the music itself.
In what is probably the best episode of Glee they have done, a life or death situation and one Glee clubbers admission that he doesn’t believe in God causes controversy for everyone.
The famed Britney Spears episode of Glee has come and gone, and overall, I felt it was a decent episode with good music. The story aspects of Glee in general, though, leave a lot to be desired.
The second season of Glee starts out with pretty much the same style as the previous season.