Kurt heads to Neverland on this week's Glee!
On Tuesday's episode, Lady Hummel lands the title role in a Broadway production of Peter Pan. This extra-special hour is also Chris Colfer's writing debut!
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But that's not the only reason to watch. When Rachel (Lea Michele) decides to rehab her image, she creates a charity to rescue unwanted animals and hires Santana to be her new publicist. What could possibly go wrong?
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On any given episode, the cast of Glee goes through intense choreography lessons and lengthy recording studio sessions on top of the many hours spent on set filming. But star Chris Colfer had to go to even further lengths, and greater pains, for Tuesday's new episode of the Fox musical (8/7c, Fox) in particular.
"I should have taken pictures of the welts that the wires caused," Colfer tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "I definitely suffered for this art."
The Golden Globe winner went the extra mile in more ways than one. In addition to...
"We are young/heartache to heartache."
Nobody knows about young love, and young heartbreak, better than the characters on Glee. Which is why it's so shocking that the Fox musical comedy has not yet covered Pat Benatar's iconic hit..
Tuesday's episode marks the 100th episode of Glee (8/7c, Fox), but some of the show's cast members are emotional for a very different reason. "It's the end of an era," Matthew Morrison says.
Chris Colfer is stepping behind the camera on Glee.