Glee


Glee
Glee is a Fox musical comedy created by Ryan Murphy (Nip/Tuck) that depicts Will Schuester's (Matthew Morrison) efforts to save McKinley High's Glee Club from cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch). Glee 's musical numbers, underdog characters, and rousing soundtracks have all helped make Glee a runaway pop-culture hit.

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Entertainment

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    • Episode 22

      Goodbye

      aired: Mon, May 21, 2012

      In the Season Three finale, graduation is finally here, as McKinley High’s class of 2012 looks to the past and present, while contemplating the future. Musical performances include “Forever Young”, “I’ll Remember”, “In My Life”, “You Get What You Give”, “Glory Days” and “Roots Before Branches”.

    • Episode 21

      Nationals

      aired: Mon, May 14, 2012

      As the countdown to graduation continues, the kids of New Directions prepare a high-concept routine for Nationals. When Tina bumps her head, the world of New Directions is turned upside down in her eyes. Then, the New Directions perform at Nationals for celebrity judge Lindsay Lohan (guest-starring as herself). Musical performances include “Edge of Glory”, “It’s All Coming Back To Me Now”, “Paradise By The Dashboard Light”, “Starships”, “Pinball Wizard”, “Tongue Tied” and “We Are The Champions”.

    • Episode 20

      Props

      aired: Mon, May 14, 2012

      As the countdown to graduation continues, the kids of New Directions prepare a high-concept routine for Nationals. When Tina bumps her head, the world of New Directions is turned upside down in her eyes. Then, the New Directions perform at Nationals for celebrity judge Lindsay Lohan (guest-starring as herself). Musical performances include “I Won’t Give Up”, “Because You Loved Me”, “Mean” and “Flashdance…What A Feeling”.

    • Episode 19

      Prom-asaurus

      aired: Mon, May 7, 2012

      Brittany goes into high gear as class president to spearhead the prom. Then, after prom king and queen nominations are announced, the kids kick into campaign mode, and some of the outcasts organize a rival celebration. Musical performances include “Big Girls Don’t Cry”, “Dinosaur”, “Love You Like A Love Song”, “What Makes You Beautiful” and “Take My Breath Away”.

    • Episode 18

      Choke

      aired: Mon, Apr 30, 2012

      Rachel and Kurt finally get their chance to audition for the New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts. Meanwhile, Puck makes a decision about his future after a meeting with his father. Musical performances include “School’s Out”, “Cell Block Tango”, “Not The Boy Next Door”, “Don’t Rain On My Parade”, “The Rain In Spain”, “Shake It Out” and “Cry”.

    • Episode 17

      Dance With Somebody

      aired: Mon, Apr 23, 2012

      The glee club pays homage to a true icon when they cover Whitney Houston’s greatest hits. Meanwhile, Emma and Will are one step closer to their dream wedding. Musical performances include "How Will I Know”, “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)”, “Saving All My Love For You”, “So Emotional”, “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay”, “I Have Nothing” and “My Love Is Your Love”.

    • Episode 16

      Saturday Night Glee-ver

      aired: Mon, Apr 16, 2012

      The New Directions pay homage to the movie "Saturday Night Fever" by grooving to disco-infused dance numbers. Musical performances include "You Should Be Dancing", "Night Fever", "Disco Inferno", "If I Can't Have You", "How Deep Is Your Love", "Boogie Shoes", "More Than A Woman" and "Stayin' Alive".

    • Episode 15

      Big Brother

      aired: Mon, Apr 9, 2012

      Much to Blaine’s chagrin, his big-shot Hollywood actor brother, Cooper (Guest Star Bomer), comes to visit. Musical performances include "I'm Still Standing", "Fighter", "Up Up Up", "Hungry Like The Wolf/Rio" and "Somebody That I Used To Know".

    • Episode 14

      On My Way

      aired: Mon, Feb 20, 2012

      Things heat up as the New Directions go head to head with the Dalton Academy Warblers at Regionals. Musical performances include “Cough Syrup”, “Stand”, “Glad You Came”, “Fly/I Believe I Can Fly”, “What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger)” and “Here’s To Us”.

    • Episode 13

      Heart

      aired: Mon, Feb 13, 2012

      In honor of Valentine’s Day, Will challenges the New Directions to find and perform the world’s greatest love songs. Meanwhile, Rachel’s two dads Hiram (Guest star Jeff Goldblum) and LeRoy Berry (Guest star Brian Stokes Mitchell) pay a visit to McKinley High. Musical performances include "L-O-V-E", "Let Me Love You", "Stereo Hearts", "Home", "I Will Always Love You", "You're The Top", "Cherish/Cherish" and "Love Shack".

    • Episode 12

      The Spanish Teacher

      aired: Mon, Feb 6, 2012

      Will assigns the glee club a Spanish singing assignment, and enlists the help of his musically-inclined night school teacher (Guest star Ricky Martin). Meanwhile, Rachel spills the beans to Kurt and Mercedes on Finn’s marriage proposal, and Mercedes has love complications of her own. Musical performances include "La Cucaracha", "Sexy And I Know It", "Don't Wanna Lose You", "Bamboleo/'Hero' Medley", "La Isla Bonita" and "A Little Less Conversation".

    • Episode 11

      Michael

      aired: Mon, Jan 30, 2012

      In a special episode celebrating the music of Michael Jackson, the rivalry between New Directions and the Warblers intensifies en route to Regionals. Meanwhile, Kurt and Rachel receive news regarding their admissions process at NYADA, and things continue to heat up between Sam and Mercedes. Musical performances include “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin”, “I Want You Back”, “Bad”, “Scream”, “Never Can Say Goodbye”, “Smooth Criminal”, “Ben”, “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You”, “Black or White (rap version)” and “Human Nature”.

    • Episode 10

      Yes/No

      aired: Tue, Jan 17, 2012

      When Will tries to plan a special surprise for Emma, he enlists the glee club to help him sweep her off her feet. Meanwhile, Becky sets her sights on Artie, and Finn makes an announcement about his life plans after high school that surprises the glee club. Guest starring NeNe Leakes. Musical performances include “Moves Like Jagger”/”Jumpin’ Jack Flash”, “Summer Nights”, “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face”, “We Found Love”, “Wedding Bell Blues” and “Without You”.

    • Episode 9

      Extraordinary Merry Christmas

      aired: Tue, Dec 13, 2011

      When New Directions is asked to perform at two different events – on the same day, at the same time – they have a tough decision to make. Will they choose correctly and spread Christmas cheer, or will their ambition get the best of them. Musical performances include “All I want For Christmas Is You", "Blue Christmas", "Santa Baby", "River", "Extraordinary Merry Christmas", "Let It Snow", "My Favorite Things", "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town", "Christmas Wrapping", "Do They Know It's Christmas" and "Frosty The Snowman".

    • Episode 8

      Hold On to Sixteen

      aired: Tue, Dec 6, 2011

      In an attempt to recruit a few more members, Finn tracks down former teammate Sam Evans and convinces him to come back to the glee club. Tina comes to the defense of Harry and encourages him to pursue his dream while McKinley prepares to host the big sectionals performance. Musical performances include "Red Solo Cup", "ABC", "Control", "Man in the Mirror", "Buenos Aires", "Survivor"/"I Will Survive" and "We Are Young".

    • Episode 7

      I Kissed a Girl

      aired: Tue, Nov 29, 2011

      As the race for McKinley High President comes to an end, someone is caught trying to fix the results. Meanwhile, Coach Beiste gets up the nerve to challenge Sue Sylvester and things get complicated for Puck and Quinn. Musical performances include "Perfect", "I'm The Only One", "Girls Just Want To Have Fun", "Jolene", "I Kissed A Girl" and "Constant Craving".

    • Episode 6

      Mash Off

      aired: Tue, Nov 15, 2011

      Sue starts a smear campaign to take down her biggest competitor for the Congressional seat. Meanwhile, Puck has a crush, and Will and Shelby Corcoran encourage some friendly competition. Musical performances include “Hot For Teacher”, “You And I”, "Hit Me With Your Best Shot", "One Way Or Another", “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)”, “You Make My Dreams”, “Rumour Has It” and “Someone Like You”.

    • Episode 5

      The First Time

      aired: Tue, Nov 8, 2011

      Under Artie’s directorial leadership, the kids prepare to perform the school musical “West Side Story.” Meanwhile, Finn meets with a recruiter, and Coach Bieste has an admirer. Musical performances include “Tonight”, “Uptown Girl”, “A Boy Like That”, “America” and “One Hand One Heart”.

    • Episode 4

      Pot of Gold

      aired: Tue, Nov 1, 2011

      A new foreign exchange student, Rory Flanagan (guest star Damian McGinty), enrolls at McKinley and crashes with Brittany S. Pierce who thinks he’s a leprechaun. Meanwhile, Mercedes (Amber Riley) attempts to recruit new members to join Shelby Corcoran’s (guest star Idina Menzel) newly formed Glee club and Sue’s congressional campaign heats up. Musical performances include “Bein’ Green”, “Last Friday Night”, “Candy Man”, “Waiting For A Girl Like You” and “Take Care of Yourself”.

    • Episode 3

      Asian F

      aired: Tue, Oct 4, 2011

      Rusty (guest star Don Most) and Rose (guest star Valerie Mahaffey) Pillsbury pay Emma a visit and we get a sneak peek into her deep rooted issues. Meanwhile, Mike Chang struggles with his grades and his parents (guest stars Keong Sim and Tamlyn Tomita) step in to make sure he stays on track. Musical performances include “Spotlight”, “Run The World (Girls)”, “Cool”, “It’s All Over”, “Out Here On My Own” and “Fix You”.

    • Episode 2

      I Am Unicorn

      aired: Tue, Sep 27, 2011

      Shelby Corcoran (guest star Idina Menzel) returns to the halls of McKinley High. Meanwhile, Mr. Schuester initiates a boot camp for some of the members of New Directions. Musical performances include “Somewhere”, “I’m The Greatest Star” and “Something’s Coming”.

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      The Purple Piano Project

      aired: Tue, Sep 20, 2011

      Its fall and that means back to school for the students and faculty at McKinley High. The New Directions clan returns after a devastating loss at Nationals, so Mr. Schuester assigns a project to get them back on track. Meanwhile, Sue Sylvester starts her congressional campaign with an anti-arts platform. Musical performances include “Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead”, “We Got The Beat”, “Anything Goes/Anything You Can Do”, “It’s Not Unusual” and “You Can’t Stop The Beat”.

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    • Episode 22

      New York

      aired: Tue, May 24, 2011

      The kids of New Directions travel from Lima to New York City to compete in Nationals. While in the Big Apple, they take in all of the sights from Times Square to Broadway to Central Park. Patti LuPone, Jonathan Groff, Cheyenne Jackson and Charice guest-star. Musical performances include “New York, New York/I Love New York”, “My Cup”, “Bella Notte”, “For Good”, “Yeah!”, “Still Got Tonight”, “As Long As You Are There”, “Pretending” and “Light Up The World”.

    • Episode 21

      Funeral

      aired: Tue, May 17, 2011

      New Directions continues to strategize their set list for Nationals with a little help from Jessie St. James. Meanwhile, an unexpected loss rocks the world of one of McKinley’s own. Musical performances include “Back to Black”, “Some People”, “Try A Little Tenderness”, “My Man” and “Pure Imagination”.

    • Episode 20

      Prom Queen

      aired: Tue, May 10, 2011

      When the entertainment for prom falls through, Principal Figgins asks New Directions to perform at the dance – much to prom coordinator Sue’s dismay. Things get heated as the competition for prom king and queen draws closer. Musical performances include “Rolling In The Deep”, “Friday”, “Isn’t She Lovely”, “Jar of Hearts”, “I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance With You” and “Dancing Queen”.

    • Episode 19

      Rumours

      aired: Tue, May 3, 2011

      Sue Sylvester revives the school newspaper and decides to print a few inflammatory blind items. The glee club gains a whole new respect for Sam when they discover some interesting new information about his family life. Meanwhile, April Rhodes (guest star Kristin Chenoweth) returns to Lima and tries to convince Mr. Schuester to hit the road with her. Musical performances include “Dreams”, “Never Going Back Again”, “Songbird”, “I Don’t Want to Know”, “Go Your Own Way” and “Don’t Stop”.

    • Episode 18

      Born This Way

      aired: Tue, Apr 26, 2011

      Mr. Schuester teaches the glee club a valuable lesson about self-acceptance and embracing what makes you unique. Meanwhile, Lauren and Quinn go toe-to-toe for the prom queen crown, Ms. Pillsbury confronts her obsessive issues, Rachel struggles with a life-altering decision and Santana has something up her sleeve that could permanently alter the glee club dynamic. Musical performances include “I Feel Pretty/Unpretty”, “I’ve Gotta Be Me”, “Somewhere Only We Know”, “Born This Way” and “As If We’ve Never Said Goodbye”.

    • Episode 17

      A Night of Neglect

      aired: Tue, Apr 19, 2011

      Proving that birds of a feather flock together, when another under-the-radar club at McKinley High needs helps raising funds, the glee club signs up to help. But when Sue hears about the show of support, she moves quickly to put a kibosh on it. Meanwhile, relationships are tested and big decisions will be made. Gwyneth Paltrow, Cheyenne Jackson and Charice guest-star. Musical performances include “All By Myself”, “I Follow Rivers”, “Turning Tables” and “Ain’t No Way”.

    • Episode 16

      Original Song

      aired: Tue, Mar 15, 2011

      With Sue Sylvester coaching Aural Intensity, Blaine and the Warblers’ dynamic set list and tough judges Tammy Jean Albertson (guest star Kathy Griffin) and Sister Mary Constance (guest star Loretta Devine), the kids of New Directions decide the only way to win Regionals is to write and perform their own original songs. Meanwhile, Quinn is hell-bent on getting Finn back and ruling McKinley once again. Musical performances include “Blackbird”, “Candles”, “Get It Right”, “Hell To the No”, “Jesus Is A Friend of Mine”, “Loser Like Me”, “Misery” and “Raise Your Glass”.

    • Episode 15

      Sexy

      aired: Tue, Mar 8, 2011

      When free-spirited substitute teacher Holly Holliday (guest star Gwyneth Paltrow) fills in for the absent sex-education teacher, she joins forces with Mr. Schuester to teach the kids of New Directions the facts of life. Meanwhile, Emma heads up the Celibacy Club, and she and Dr. Carl (guest star John Stamos) address some issues in their personal life. Musical performances include “Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)”, “Animal”, “Landslide” and “Afternoon Delight”.

    • Episode 14

      Blame It On the Alcohol

      aired: Tue, Feb 22, 2011

      Principal Figgins teaches the student body about the danger of underage drinking, and the glee club is personally touched by the message. Meanwhile, Mr. Schuester and Coach Beiste indulge in a little fun of their own. Musical performances include “Don’t You Want Me”, “Blame It”, “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer” and “Tik Tok”.

    • Episode 13

      Comeback

      aired: Tue, Feb 15, 2011

      Rachel tries to launch a comeback into the McKinley High social stratosphere with a little help from Brittany. Meanwhile, Sam starts a tribute band. Musical performances include “Baby”, “Somebody To Love”, “Take Me Or Leave Me”, “I Know What Boys Like” and “Sing”.

    • Episode 12

      Silly Love Songs

      aired: Tue, Feb 8, 2011

      Love is in the air at McKinley High when the glee club sets up a kissing booth for Valentine’s Day. Things don’t go as planned, however, and hearts end up getting broken. Musical performances include “Fat Bottomed Girls”, “PYT”, “When I Get You Alone”, “Firework” and “Silly Love Songs”.

    • Episode 11

      The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

      aired: Sun, Feb 6, 2011

      Mr. Schuester and Coach Beiste devise a plot to bring together the warring glee club and football team factions. Meanwhile, Sue, desperate to win cheerleading Nationals, launches a dangerous plan to bring home a trophy, and the kids of New Directions tackle Michael Jackson’s iconic hit “Thriller”. Musical performances include “Need You Now”, “She’s Not There”, “Bills, Bills, Bills” and “Thriller/Heads Roll”.

    • Episode 10

      A Very Glee Christmas

      aired: Tue, Dec 7, 2010

      Finn tries to bring a little holiday cheer to McKinley High, and Artie discovers that Brittany still believes in Santa. Meanwhile, the teachers pick their Secret Santas, and one manipulative coach rigs the gift-giving in her favor. Musical performances include “The Most Wonderful Day Of The Year”, “We Need A Little Christmas”, “Merry Christmas Darling”, “Baby It's Cold Outside”, “You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch”, “Last Christmas” and “Welcome Christmas”.

    • Episode 9

      Special Education

      aired: Tue, Nov 30, 2010

      New Directions heads to the big Sectionals competition to go head-to-head against the Warblers and the Hipsters. While trouble brews between some of the young couples, Emma and Carl (guest star John Stamos) grow closer. Musical performances include “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina”, “The Living Years”, “Hey, Soul Sister”, “(I’ve Had The) Time of My Life”, “Valerie” and “Dog Days Are Over”.

    • Episode 8

      Furt

      aired: Tue, Nov 23, 2010

      Sue’s Nazi-hunting mother, Doris (guest star Carol Burnett) shows up in Lima to check in on her girls. Meanwhile, Kurt makes an important decision after getting pushed to his breaking point, and Rachel and Finn take a big step. Musical performances include “Ohio”, “Marry You”, “Sway” and “Just The Way You Are”.

    • Episode 7

      The Substitute

      aired: Tue, Nov 16, 2010

      When Mr. Schuester gets sick, a substitute teacher (guest star Gwyneth Paltrow) takes over his Spanish class and the glee club, and winds up winning over the whole New Directions clan. Meanwhile, when Sue fills in for Principal Figgins as McKinley’s top dog, she tries to flex her power on campus. Musical performances include “Conjunction Junction”, “Forget You”, “Nowadays/Hot Honey Rag” and “Singing In The Rain/Umbrella”.

    • Episode 6

      Never Been Kissed

      aired: Tue, Nov 9, 2010

      After Finn and Sam find an unconventional way of controlling their urges, a few glee club members pick up on the strategy and start using it too. But when Coach Beiste gets wind of what they are up to, the glee club has some explaining to do. Musical performances include “One Love/People Get Ready”, “Teenage Dream”, “Start Me Up/Livin’ On A Prayer” and “Stop! In The Name of Love/Free Your Mind”.

    • Episode 5

      The Rocky Horror Glee Show

      aired: Tue, Oct 26, 2010

      Will decides to have the glee club perform “The Rocky Horror Show” for the annual school musical after learning of Emma’s newfound love for the cult classic. Despite Sue’s usual scheming, the members of New Directions inject their distinctive style to the show’s timeless tracks. Meatloaf and Barry Bostwick guest-star. Musical performances include “Science Fiction Double Feature”, “Damn It, Janet”, “Whatever Happened to Saturday Night?”, “Sweet Transvestite”, “Touch a Touch a Touch a Touch Me”, “There’s a Light (Over At the Frankenstein Place)” and “Time Warp”.

    • Episode 4

      Duets

      aired: Tue, Oct 12, 2010

      The glee club works on a duet assignment, and Finn and Rachel plan to throw the competition so that Sam can have a shot at winning. Meanwhile, a love triangle between Mike, Tina and Artie develop. Musical performances include "Don't Go Breaking My Heart”, "River Deep, Mountain High", "Le Jazz Hot", "Sing!", "With You I'm Born Again", "Lucky" and "Happy Days Are Here Again/Get Happy".

    • Episode 3

      Grilled Cheesus

      aired: Tue, Oct 5, 2010

      Finn has an existential crisis when he believes he sees the face of Jesus in his grilled cheese sandwich. Meanwhile, the rest of the kids rally around Kurt after he has a crisis of his own that leads to a larger discussion among the group about their own theology. Musical performances include “Only The Good Die Young”, “I Look To You”, “Papa Can You Hear Me”, “I Want To Hold Your Hand”, “Losing My Religion”, “Bridge Over Troubled Water” and “One of Us”.

    • Episode 2

      Britney/Brittany

      aired: Tue, Sep 28, 2010

      When Brittany and the gang try to convince Mr. Schuester to let them do a Britney Spears number, he is reluctant to go that edgy. Meanwhile, an insecure Will is curious about Emma’s new beau, Dr. Carl Howell (guest star John Stamos), so he convinces her to bring him in to talk to the kids about dental hygiene. While the dreamy doc inspires the girls to take their dental health more seriously, Will is left feeling worse than before. Musical performances include "I’m A Slave 4 U", "Me Against The Music", "Baby One More Time", "Stronger", "Toxic" and "The Only Exception".

    • Episode 1

      Audition

      aired: Tue, Sep 21, 2010

      After a tough loss at Regionals, the glee club is back as the underdogs of McKinley High. When the school is faced with even more budget cuts, Mr. Schuester pushes the kids to help recruit new members for the club. Rachel and Finn disagree on new recruits, and aren’t sure they will be able to come together in perfect harmony. International Pop Star Charice and Newcomer Chord Overstreet Guest-Star. Musical performances include "Empire State Of Mind", "Telephone", "Billionaire", "Listen" and "What I Did For Love".

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    • Episode 23

      Sneak Peek

      aired: Mon, Apr 2, 2012

      The moment New Directions has been waiting for has finally arrived: it’s time for Regionals! But when Sue pulls a fast one on Will and the glee clubbers, their chances at the title could be compromised. Meanwhile, Quinn’s life changes forever in the Season Finale episode of GLEE. Musical performances include “Faithfully”, “Any Way You Want It/Lovin’ Touchin’ Squeezin’”, “Don’t Stop Believin’”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “To Sir With Love” and “Over the Rainbow”.

    • Episode 22

      Journey

      aired: Tue, Jun 8, 2010

      The Glee Club gets some news that’s sure to rattle a few nerves. Meanwhile, Quinn connects with her “funky” side with a little help from Mercedes, and Will gets revenge on Sue. Musical performances include “Another One Bites the Dust”, “Tell Me Something Good”, “Loser”, “It’s a Man’s Man’s World”, “Good Vibrations” and “Give Up the Funk”.

    • Episode 21

      Theatricality

      aired: Tue, May 25, 2010

      Mr. Schuester encourages the Glee Club to express themselves using the music of Lady Gaga. Meanwhile, Rachael has a life-changing encounter, and Tina embraces her inner Goth. Musical performances include “Funny Girl”, “Bad Romance”, “Shout It Out Loud”, “Poker Face” and “Beth”.

    • Episode 20

      Theatricality

      aired: Tue, May 25, 2010

      In an episode directed by Emmy® Award winner Joss Whedon, Mr. Schuester’s former high school nemesis, Bryan Ryan (guest star Neil Patrick Harris), causes trouble for the Glee Club. Meanwhile, Rachel struggles with a life-long personal issue, and Artie’s dreams take him on an adventure. Musical performances include “Dream On”, “Safety Dance”, “I Dreamed A Dream” and “Dream A Little Dream of Me".

    • Episode 19

      Dream On

      aired: Tue, May 18, 2010

      When a sore throat affects Rachel’s singing voice, she goes into panic mode. Meanwhile, Kurt tries to change his persona to impress his father, and Puck makes a strategic move to elevate his social status. Musical performances include “The Climb,” “Jessie’s Girl,” “Lady Is a Tramp,” “Pink Houses,” “The Boy Is Mine,” “Rose’s Turn,” and “One.”

    • Episode 18

      Laryngitis

      aired: Tue, May 11, 2010

      Mr. Schuester starts an investigation when a salacious list about members of the Glee Cub circulates the halls of McKinley High. Meanwhile, Sue is mortified when a video of her performing the Olivia Newton-John classic “Physical” surfaces. Musical performances include "Ice Ice Baby", "You Can't Touch This", "Run Joey Run" and "Total Eclipse of the Heart".

    • Episode 17

      Bad Reputation

      aired: Tue, May 4, 2010

      When Kurt sets his dad, Burt (guest star Mike O’Malley), up with an unexpected partner his plan for a nuclear family may backfire. Sue demands that the Cheerios! go on a crazy diet in preparation for a big interview with “Splits” magazine and April Rhode (guest star Kristin Chenoweth) returns to save Will and the Glee Club. Musical performances include “Fire”, “Beautiful”, “A House Is Not A Home”, “One Less Bell To Answer” and “Home”.

    • Episode 16

      Home

      aired: Tue, Apr 27, 2010

      Mr. Schuester is concerned that the girls in the glee club are being disrespected and bullied by the guys. Looking to Madonna and her musical message of equality as inspiration, he challenges the entire team to choose Madonna songs as their next assignment in the hopes that the girls embrace her strength, independence and confidence and that the guys will see the error of their misogynistic ways. The Glee Club takes the assignment to heart as they perform some of Madonna’s greatest hits, including “Express Yourself” and “Like A Prayer.” Meanwhile, Kurt and Mercedes give Sue a vote of confidence with a makeover that is definitely in “Vogue”. Additional musical performances include “Borderline”/“Open Your Heart”, “Like A Virgin”, “4 Minutes to Save The World” and “What it Feels Like For A Girl”.

    • Episode 15

      The Power of Madonna

      aired: Tue, Apr 20, 2010

      Fresh off their monumental win at Sectionals, New Directions is on top of the world. With an extra spring in their step, they get to work on new numbers for Regionals. But when Rachel and Finn’s budding romance hits a bump in the road after she becomes involved with a competitor, Jesse St. James (guest star Jonathan Groff), it threatens to derail the entire club. Mr. Schuester pays a visit to Shelby Corcoran (guest star Idina Menzel), coach of Vocal Adrenaline, to confirm Jesse’s motives. Meanwhile, Will is newly single, but is he ready to take his relationship with Emma to the next level? And to top it all off, Sue Sylvester returns from her condo in Boca with a renewed focus on destroying Will and disbanding the glee club. Musical performances include "Hello, I Love You", "Gives You Hell", "Hello", "Highway To Hell" and "Hello/Goodbye".

    • Episode 14

      Hell-O

      aired: Tue, Apr 13, 2010

      Sectionals is finally here for the Glee Club, but when Quinn's secret unravels, the club may not be able to recover in time to compete. Meanwhile, Sue's scheming hits an all-time high, and with Emma and Ken's marriage looming, Will makes a decision that could change his life forever. Musical performances include "And I Am Telling You...", "Proud Mary", "Don't Stop Believin", "Don't Rain on My Parade", "You Can't Always Get What You Want" and "My Life Would Suck Without You".

    • Episode 13

      Sectionals

      aired: Wed, Dec 9, 2009

      When the Glee Club is left out of the yearbook because of budget cuts, everyone seems to be relieved that they won't have to suffer the ridicule of years past. Everyone except Rachel, that is, who wants her legacy cemented in print. Meanwhile, Quinn makes it her mission to be in the Cheerios yearbook photo, and Will and Terri's relationship is shaken to its core. Musical performances include "Jump" and "Smile".

    • Episode 12

      Mattress (HD)

      aired: Wed, Dec 2, 2009

      Concerned that Sue is up to no good, Will pays a visit to an instructor of a competing Glee Club (guest star Eve) to see what information she might be leaking, which leads to the club getting a look at their hair-rising competition. Meanwhile, Kurt gives Rachel a makeover to impress Finn, but he may have ulterior motives. Musical performances include "Bootylicious", "Papa Don't Preach", "Mashup: Crazy in Love/Hair", "Imagine", "True Colors" and "Don't Make Me Over".

    • Episode 11

      Hairography (HD)

      aired: Wed, Nov 25, 2009

      Mr. Schuester splits the Glee Club into pairs to sing their favorite ballad, but when one kid gets sick, he's forced to step in and winds up in a sticky situation. Meanwhile, Finn and Quinn have to face the music when dinner with her parents (guest stars Gregg Henry and Charlotte Ross) goes awry. Musical performances include "Lean On Me", "Endless Love", "I'll Stand By You", "Young Girl", "Don't Stand So Close to Me", "Crush" and "(You're) Having My Baby".

    • Episode 10

      Ballad (HD)

      aired: Wed, Nov 18, 2009

      When Artie's chances of traveling with the group to Regionals are in question, Will challenges the kids to step out of their comfort zones and experience life from a different point of view. Meanwhile, the Glee Club hosts its first "diva-off" between Kurt and Rachel, and Sue reveals a softer side. Musical performances include "Defying Gravity", "Dancing With Myself" and "Proud Mary".

    • Episode 9

      Wheels (HD)

      aired: Wed, Nov 11, 2009

      Inspired by the students, Will composes a mash-up for a very special occasion. Meanwhile, in a shocking reversal of roles, McKinley High's cool kids are dethroned in an "icy" fashion, and Sue shows off her softer side. Musical performances include "Bust a Move", "Thong Song", "Sweet Caroline" and "I Could Have Danced All Night".

    • Episode 8

      Mash-Up (HD)

      aired: Wed, Oct 21, 2009

      To cause dissention among the Glee Club members, Sue forces the students to compete against each other, but the real showdown happens when she and Will get called into the principal's office. Meanwhile, the Glee kids rally to support Quinn after some shocking news is revealed. Musical performances include "Hate on Me", "No Air", "You Keep Me Hangin' On" and "Keep Holding On".

    • Episode 7

      Throwdown (HD)

      aired: Wed, Oct 14, 2009

      Will challenges the kids to a healthy dose of competition with boys against girls in a mashup showdown. Meanwhile, Terri takes a job as the school nurse to keep an eye on Will, despite having no medical experience, and hands out pills like they're candy, leaving the kids a little paranoid. Musical performances include "It's My Life/Confessions Pt. 2" and "Halo/Walking on Sunshine".

    • Episode 6

      Vitamin D (HD)

      aired: Wed, Oct 7, 2009

      Will thinks the glee club desperately needs more of an edge, so he brings in his former classmate, April Rhodes (guest star Chenoweth), to spice things up. Will's plan seems to be going smoothly until he realizes he may be losing a key member of the club. Musical performances include "Somebody to Love", "Maybe This Time", "Alone" and "Last Name".

    • Episode 5

      The Rhodes Not Taken (HD)

      aired: Wed, Sep 30, 2009

      Kurt takes center stage when he tries out for the football team in order to impress his dad. Sandy and Sue join forces to carry out their plans for destroying the Glee Club. Meanwhile, Quinn and Finn's relationship is tested when they receive some life-changing news. Musical performances include "Single Ladies", "Taking Chances" and "Tonight".

    • Episode 4

      Preggers (HD)

      aired: Wed, Sep 23, 2009

      Will forms the Acafellas, an all-male acapella vocal group, spending more time building his own confidence and more time away from the glee club. In Will's absence, the glee club decides to hire a well-known choreographer to help coach them to Nationals. Meanwhile, Mercedes is bitten by the love bug, but her feelings aren't reciprocated. Musical performances include "Bust Your Windows", "Mercy", "This is How We Do It", "Poison", "La Camisa Negra" and "I Wanna Sex You Up".

    • Episode 3

      Acafellas

      aired: Wed, Sep 16, 2009

      The Glee Club performs in front of the school for the first time and surprises everyone in the audience. When Rachel realizes her feelings for Finn, Quinn goes to great lengths to keep her man. Meanwhile, Mr. Schuester’s wife reveals some surprising news, leaving Will to figure out a new way to make ends meet. Musical performances include "Gold Digger", "Take a Bow", "Push It", "Le Freak" and "I Say a Little Prayer".

    • Episode 2

      Showmance

      aired: Wed, Sep 9, 2009

      Download this special Director's Cut episode and catch a rare performance of "Leavin' on a Jet Plane" not seen in the original pilot! Glee follows optimistic high school teacher Will Schuester as he tries to refuel his own passion while reinventing McKinley High's Glee Club and challenging a group of outcasts to realize their star potential. Going up against McKinley's cruel high school caste system and facing harsh criticism from everyone around him, Will is determined to prove them all wrong. Don't miss this episode full of all new content and deleted scenes! Musical performances include "Don't Stop Believin", "Rehab", "On My Own", "Respect", "Mr. Cellophane", "I Kissed a Girl", "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat" and "Can't Fight This Feeling".

    • Episode 1

      Pilot

      aired: Tue, May 19, 2009

      In a special preview of new one-hour comedy musical series, GLEE, optimistic high school teacher Will Schuester tries to refuel his own passion while reinventing the McKinley High School’s glee club and challenging a group of outcasts to realize their star potential. Going up against McKinley’s cruel high school caste system and facing harsh criticism from everyone around him, Will is determined to prove them all wrong. Musical performances include "Don't Stop Believin", "Rehab", "On My Own", "Respect", "Mr. Cellophane", "I Kissed a Girl", "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat" and "Can't Fight This Feeling".

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