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Finally I see what everyone else has been talking about with Santana. Maybe it's a change of makeup or something, but she seemed ungodly hot to me last night where before my reaction was always..."okay, nothing more" (though she was always a talented performer).

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now that's a good glee episode: Great music, light-hearted, a sprinkle of serious drama (but not too much), and best of all, no karofsky.

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Finally I see what everyone else has been talking about with Santana. Maybe it's a change of makeup or something, but she seemed ungodly hot to me last night where before my reaction was always..."okay, nothing more" (though she was always a talented performer).

The thing I've noticed about Santana, and even Brittany and Quinn for that matter, is that whenever they have the cheerleader uniforms on, they ALWAYS have their hair pulled back into a tight ponytail. Any other outfit, and they let their hair down, and in my opinion, they are all much hotter with their hair down. I can only imagine how hot they might be with the hair down and in the cheerleader outfits! I like a lot of stuff about Glee, but I definitely think Santana is what keeps me watching.

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The thing I've noticed about Santana, and even Brittany and Quinn for that matter, is that whenever they have the cheerleader uniforms on, they ALWAYS have their hair pulled back into a tight ponytail. Any other outfit, and they let their hair down, and in my opinion, they are all much hotter with their hair down. I can only imagine how hot they might be with the hair down and in the cheerleader outfits! I like a lot of stuff about Glee, but I definitely think Santana is what keeps me watching.

Diana Agron and Heather Morris, without their Cheerio outfits and with their hair down look entirely different. Morris is much prettier this way and Agron is just beautiful. As for Naya Rivera in that candy stripe nurse outfit, quick where is the nearest hospital Just blazing hot.

One of the reasons that we thought that last night's show was so good was that it returned to the formula that made the first year so special. It was just about the kids, their emotions and relationships with some solid musical numbers thrown in. No guest stars, or loony Sueisms, just the kids and it worked. It also wasn't that big a departure from reality. I was the VP and then Prez of the Boosters of my daughter's competition high school marching band and I can tell you that playing musical chairs with their relationships was not uncommon among the beasties. It could lead to all sorts of angst and drama amongst the flock. Lotsa fun for our band directors
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One of the reasons that we thought that last night's show was so good was that it returned to the formula that made the first year so special. It was just about the kids, their emotions and relationships with some solid musical numbers thrown in. No guest stars, or loony Sueisms, just the kids and it worked. It also wasn't that big a departure from reality.
Totally agreed. This was probably the best episode of the season. The scenes with Puck and the big girl were hilarious. The only thing that seemed kind of odd was the scene with Tina breaking down as she was singing. It was hard to tell if she was crying or getting sick, then they never explained why she got that way. You'd think there would be at least a mention of it to finish it up.
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just heard a commercial on the radio for the live show. Coming to Philly in June. Aww yeah!

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The last 2 episodes have been some of the best of the season. Hope they keep it up! The warblers seem to get all the best musical numbers!
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I really doubt there will be a Justin Beiber ep.

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Let me get this out of the way...I hate Justin Bieber. So tonights episode was not one I liked. The music wasn't anything special. Even the big anthem song by My Chemical Romance did nothing for me.

Also, everybody dressing like Rachel is not good. It's not a sexy look. Everybody needs to dress like Santana or Brittany. I loved the comment by Brittany about not understanding how to read a calendar.
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[quote]http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethe...hemselves.html

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Brad Falchuk says some people have jumped the gun on the planned Justin Bieber episode of "Glee."

And he should know.

As an executive producer and creator of the hugely popular Tuesday FOX show -- along with Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan -- Falchuk was in from the start on talks about incorporating the teen star's music into an upcoming episode.

"It was so crazy over the weekend," Falchuk tells Zap2it. "We're not doing a Bieber tribute episode. It was never the idea to do a Bieber tribute episode. We went in and broke this story about Sam's (Chord Overstreet) relationship with Quinn (Dianna Agron). He's trying to juice that up and impress her, and he decides to sing to her ... because that's what people do on 'Glee.'

"In his way of seeing the world, and his hair, Sam decides to do a Bieber song ... and that's really the extent of it. A lot of the other guys are sort of impressed by that, so they want to get involved. And that's it.

So they lied to us or does two songs not make a themed ep???
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I actually like this weeks episode after disliking the last few weeks. I think in part it was due to a whiny Kurt free zone. Music was OK, nothing special but I like Sue's interaction this week, at least she was not shooting a cherio out of a canon.
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i was wondering when we'd hear about aural intensity again, sue is the perfect coach!
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Excellent episode (other then the Beiber lame music). Puck was cracking me up, way to funny.

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I thought this week episode was not as strong as last weeks. The music was not that great. I actually liked the Bieber stuff, but everything else was kind of meh. It is a real shame they don't do more trio songs. I can understand not doing the big group numbers every week, but a little more harmonies would be interesting.
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We enjoyed the show last night and as closet "Rent Heads" loved Rachel and Mercede's Diva showdown. One thing that's puzzling is why the kids kept saying that Aural Intensity "cleaned our clocks" at regionals last year. They did no such thing and were not nearly as good as New Directions (which they knew when they heard them over the speaker in the ready room). ND got jobbed by Judges Groban and Newton-John specifically. I would have thought that Shuster would have dissuaded his charges from that notion.

On the hormonal side, Agron and Rivera looked particulary yummy last night and Morris wasn't too shabby as well.
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We enjoyed the show last night and as closet "Rent Heads" loved Rachel and Mercede's Diva showdown.

On the hormonal side, Agron and Rivera looked particulary yummy last night and Morris wasn't too shabby as well.

I loved the Diva-thon, too. The song from Rent was great and those incredibly talented, big voiced girls knocked it out of the park. That's what Glee's all about.

I agree that the pretty girls looked particularly pretty last night. I confess, though that Puck's obsession with the morbidly obese girl, Lauren Zizes, has struck me as more creepy than funny.
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2 songs don't make it a Justin Beiber episode!
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I agree that the pretty girls looked particularly pretty last night. I confess, though that Puck's obsession with the morbidly obese girl, Lauren Zizes, has struck me as more creepy than funny.

It is creepy, but no more creepy than Tiger Woods. Like Woods, Puck is shown to be able to get anything he wants in terms of women. But this one woman shuns him and rejects him. That makes him want her more.

What we've seen from Tiger Woods (in cheating on his spouse and then recently being extremely jealous over his ex-wife's new relationship), is that while he seemingly can get everything and anything he wants, what he wants badly is what he can't have. That's what turns him on, and for Puck it's the same thing.

That makes some sense to me, especially in the Glee fantasy world where the notion can be exaggerated.

What didn't make sense was in the opening segment when bully Sue was storming down the aisle and shoved Lauren's books out of her hands. Lauren is shown to be the toughest female in the school (student, teacher or otherwise, and tougher than most males). No way does she just let Sue slap her books out of her hand. When I saw Sue go towards Lauren, I was expecting a shove from Lauren that would send Sue flying, and then Sue would simply get up and continue bullying other kids.
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i was wondering when we'd hear about aural intensity again, sue is the perfect coach!

I know better than to question the "reality" of this show, but as soon as she said that, I wondered how they made it to regionals without a director. How is it they need one in the middle of the competition year?
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So they lied to us or does two songs not make a themed ep???

Two songs does not make a themed ep

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I know better than to question the "reality" of this show, but as soon as she said that, I wondered how they made it to regionals without a director. How is it they need one in the middle of the competition year?

There are plenty of potential reasons. Teacher gets sick or has an accident. Teacher has to suddenly relocate because of a spouse. Teacher is fired for some reason.

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One thing that's puzzling is why the kids kept saying that Aural Intensity "cleaned our clocks" at regionals last year. They did no such thing and were not nearly as good as New Directions (which they knew when they heard them over the speaker in the ready room). ND got jobbed by Judges Groban and Newton-John specifically. I would have thought that Shuster would have dissuaded his charges from that notion.

Well, they did beat them, for whatever reason. And from Mr. Shue's perspective, why not make sure the kids are as motivated as possible?
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Also, everybody dressing like Rachel is not good. It's not a sexy look.

I guess that depends on each person. I liked it myself.
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I guess that depends on each person. I liked it myself.

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Did Sue Sylvester really say "Come Now Michelle", when talking to Rachel in the hallway?
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I guess that depends on each person. I liked it myself.

Agreed. Naughty schoolgirl is the stuff of fantasy for many
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Did Sue Sylvester really say "Come Now Michelle", when talking to Rachel in the hallway?

Thats what we thought too. We replayed it and it sounded like Sue was pronouncing it Ray-shell, with a french accent but it could've went either way. That would have been cool had she said Michelle and they left it in.
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I thought the same, Michelle.
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Probably not likely unless she calls her by her last name when they aren't in character. I'd think if it was a slip of the tongue she'd have said "Lea".
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The closed caption showed:
Oh, come, now, "Ra-chelle,"
it doesn't humble me too much
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Probably not likely unless she calls her by her last name when they aren't in character. I'd think if it was a slip of the tongue she'd have said "Lea".

Michele is actually her middle name anyway, but yeah I agree I doubt they'd call her that.
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I was cruising through Glee clips on YouTube and came across a subscriber channel with nothing but acapella versions of most of the show's songs for both seasons. I'm not sure how these are accomplished technically. Either the tracks are stripped of the background instrumentals and, somehow they are de-autotuned or they are bootlegs of actual recording sound booth sessions but if you want to really gauge the quality of the kid's voices, listen to a bunch of them. They are fascinating and hearing the great Kristen Cheoweth and Idina Menzel sing "cold turkey" is amazing.

http://www.youtube.com/user/GleeAcapellaChannel#p/
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