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If you’ve been following my Glee reviews, then you know I have some serious issues with the show. Its inconsistent plots, poor character development, contradictory character choices and lack of direction have plagued me for

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Finally! An episode of Glee with good music! It’s been many weeks since I could say that. Not that the music has been bad, per se. It’s just been…unimpressive. But now that Sectionals are happening,

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I can’t tell whether I’m glad that Glee is acknowledging its issues, or irritated that it’s creating convenient plot devices to get around them. In this week’s episode, Glee solves the ever-present problem of not

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When I heard that the Glee episode where Coach Beiste (Dot-Marie Jones) comes back having transitioned from a woman to a man was called “Transitioning”, I did not expect them to make “transitioning” a theme

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This episode of Glee was fairly middle of the road and simple, with a lot of musical numbers and less plot, which is a welcome change after the last two weeks. In fact, there were

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I really thought I’d get through the last season of Glee without getting mad. I really did. But I was wrong. In the follow up to last week’s strange episode, we pick up at the

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This week’s episode of Glee was oddly lacking in the music department, but what was there was pretty significant. The episode focused mainly on Coach Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch), who has gone back and forth

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Glee returned to form in this week’s episode, “Jagged Little Tapestry”, pulling out many old tricks, including its most (in)famous one, The Mashup, this time mashing up songs from Carole King’s “Tapestry” and Alanis Morrisette’s

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I’ve had a complicated relationship with Glee pretty much since it started. At first it was a musical television show, which was my dream job, but then it got kind of dumb. And ever since,

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