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Glee episodes

May 13, 2014: The Untitled Rachel Berry Project
May 06, 2014: Old Dog New Tricks
Apr 30, 2014: The Back-Up Plan
Apr 23, 2014: Opening Night
Apr 16, 2014: Tested
Apr 08, 2014: Bash
Apr 01, 2014: New New York
Mar 25, 2014: New Directions
Mar 18, 2014: 100
Mar 11, 2014: City of Angels
Mar 04, 2014: Trio
Feb 25, 2014: Frenemies
Jan 25, 2014: A Katy or a Gaga
Dec 05, 2013: Previously Unaired Christmas
Nov 28, 2013: Puppet Master
Nov 21, 2013: Movin' Out
Nov 14, 2013: The End of Twerk
Oct 10, 2013: The Quarterback
Oct 03, 2013: Tina in the Sky With Diamonds
Sep 26, 2013: Love, Love, Love
May 09, 2013: All or Nothing
May 02, 2013: Wonder-ful
Apr 25, 2013: Lights Out
Apr 18, 2013: Sweet Dreams
Apr 11, 2013: Shooting Star
Mar 21, 2013: Guilty Pleasures
Mar 14, 2013: Feud
Mar 07, 2013: Girls (And Boys) on Film
Feb 14, 2013: I Do
Feb 07, 2013: Diva
Jan 31, 2013: Naked
Jan 24, 2013: Sadie Hawkins
Dec 13, 2012: Glee, Actually
Dec 06, 2012: Swan Song
Nov 29, 2012: Thanksgiving
Nov 22, 2012: Dynamic Duets
Nov 15, 2012: Glease
Nov 08, 2012: The Role You Were Born to Play
Oct 04, 2012: The Break Up
Sep 27, 2012: Makeover
Sep 20, 2012: Britney 2.0
Sep 13, 2012: The New Rachel
May 22, 2012: Goodbye
May 15, 2012: Nationals
May 15, 2012: Props
May 15, 2012: Props; Nationals
May 08, 2012: Prom-asaurus
May 01, 2012: Choke
Apr 24, 2012: Dance With Somebody
Apr 17, 2012: Saturday Night Glee-ver
Apr 10, 2012: Big Brother
Feb 21, 2012: On My Way
Feb 14, 2012: Heart
Feb 07, 2012: The Spanish Teacher
Jan 31, 2012: Michael

The Untitled Rachel Berry Project Season 5, Episode 20

Rachel meets an eccentric TV writer in the Season 5 finale. Meanwhile, Sam and Mercedes move forward in their careers; and Blaine performs with June Dolloway at NYADA. read more

Old Dog New Tricks Season 5, Episode 19

Rachel hires Santana as her publicist and creates a charity for rescue animals in an effort to fix her damaged reputation. Elsewhere, Kurt stars as the title character in a production of "Peter Pan." Series star Chris Colfer wrote the episode. read more

The Back-Up Plan Season 5, Episode 18

Rachel auditions for a television pilot, a move that poses a risk to her lead role in "Funny Girl." Elsewhere, Mercedes tries to help Santana with her recording deal; and Blaine gets to know an older socialite (Shirley MacLaine). read more

Opening Night Season 5, Episode 17

Rachel makes her Broadway debut in "Funny Girl." read more

Tested Season 5, Episode 16

The guys get tested for STDs, and Artie learns that he's contracted a disease. Elsewhere, Blaine's weight gain puts stress on his relationship with Kurt. read more

Bash Season 5, Episode 15

Rachel takes another step toward committing to her "Funny Girl" role. Meanwhile, Kurt is on the receiving end of an attack. read more

New New York Season 5, Episode 14

Glee-club alumni members are followed in New York City several months after leaving New Directions: Blaine and Sam move in with Kurt; Artie struggles to get around Manhattan; Rachel settles into the life of a Broadway star; and Mercedes moves to NYC to work on her album. read more

New Directions Season 5, Episode 13

April and Holly work together to come up with a plan to save the glee club. Elsewhere, Rachel and Santana try to reconcile after their fight. read more

100 Season 5, Episode 12

Current and alumni members of New Directions reinvent their favorite performances in the series' 100th episode. read more

City of Angels Season 5, Episode 11

The glee members head to Los Angeles for Nationals with two additional guests in tow. read more

Trio Season 5, Episode 10

Tina, Blaine and Sam plan a senior lock-in to celebrate their upcoming graduation, but things go awry when Becky joins them. Meanwhile, Elliot finds himself in the middle of Rachel and Santana's fight. read more

Frenemies Season 5, Episode 9

Tensions flare in New York after Santana successfully auditions to be Rachel's understudy in "Funny Girl." Elsewhere, Tina and Artie both vie for the title of class valedictorian. read more

A Katy or a Gaga Season 5, Episode 4

The glee kids are tasked to figure out if they're more like Katy Perry or Lady Gaga. Meanwhile, Kurt holds auditions for his new band and isn't sure what to do with a particularly audacious performer (Adam Lambert); Jake and Bree grow closer as he distances himself from Marley. read more

Previously Unaired Christmas Season 5, Episode 8

The glee kids audition for roles in a living Nativity scene. Meanwhile, Rachel, Kurt and Santana score jobs working for Santa at a New York mall. read more

Puppet Master Season 5, Episode 7

Blaine comes up with a plan to win Nationals, but the other glee-club members resist his controlling measures. Elsewhere, Kurt's band disagree over the venue of their first gig; and Sue reveals the origins of her signature track suit. read more

Movin' Out Season 5, Episode 6

The McKinley High seniors start to think about life after graduation. This episode features songs by Billy Joel. read more

The End of Twerk Season 5, Episode 5

The glee kids learn how to twerk. Meanwhile, Marley finds out about Jake and Bree; and Rachel tries to persuade Kurt to get a tattoo. read more

The Quarterback Season 5, Episode 3

The McKinley gang celebrate the life of former quarterback and New Directions member Finn Hudson. The episode mirrors the real-life death of actor Cory Monteith (1982-2013), who played Finn. read more

Tina in the Sky With Diamonds Season 5, Episode 2

Tina is nominated for prom queen, but she alienates her supporters after letting the honor go to her head. Elsewhere, Rachel and Santana get jobs at a Broadway diner. The episode features Beatles songs. read more

Love, Love, Love Season 5, Episode 1

The members of New Directions perform Beatles hits in the Season 5 premiere. Elsewhere, Blaine and Kurt ponder their future together; and Rachel's ambitions take her in an unexpected direction. read more

All or Nothing Season 4, Episode 22

In the Series 4 finale, the glee club performs at Regionals with newfound determination to advance in the competition. Meanwhile, Brittany comes back from MIT with a new attitude; and Ryder learns more about his "catfish." read more

Wonder-ful Season 4, Episode 21

The glee kids perform Stevie Wonder songs. Meanwhile, Artie gets news that could affect his future; Rachel preps for her "Funny Girl" callback audition. read more

Lights Out Season 4, Episode 20

The glee-club members perform acoustic songs after the power goes out at the high school. Elsewhere, Isabelle Wright asks Kurt to volunteer at a charity event for Vogue.com. read more

Sweet Dreams Season 4, Episode 19

The members of New Directions prepare for the Regionals competition, which has a "Dreams" theme. Elsewhere, Rachel auditions for a Broadway revival of "Funny Girl." read more

Shooting Star Season 4, Episode 18

As the glee club prepare for Regionals, an unthinkable event puts things into perspective. read more

Guilty Pleasures Season 4, Episode 17

The students perform songs that they are usually too embarrassed to admit they love. read more

Feud Season 4, Episode 16

Will and Finn deal with the tension between them when they get an assignment from the glee-club students. Elsewhere, Santana thinks something's fishy with Brody's side job. read more

Girls (And Boys) on Film Season 4, Episode 15

The glee club is tasked to perform a song from a movie. Meanwhile, Santana makes herself at home in the loft, but Rachel and Kurt aren't thrilled about it. The cast's performance of "Shout" marks the series' 500th musical number. read more

I Do Season 4, Episode 14

Will and Emma get married on Valentine's Day. Former and current members of New Directions reunite in Lima to celebrate the nuptials. read more

Diva Season 4, Episode 13

Finn encourages the glee-club members to channel their inner divas. Elsewhere, Rachel's arrogance causes Kurt to reach a breaking point; and Emma throws herself into wedding preparations. read more

Naked Season 4, Episode 12

A glee-club fund-raiser involves a calendar photo shoot. Elsewhere, Rachel faces a moral dilemma after landing a role in a student art film. read more

Sadie Hawkins Season 4, Episode 11

The ladies of New Directions organize a Sadie Hawkins dance for the school. Elsewhere, Sam looks for proof that the Warblers cheated at Sectionals; and Kurt tries to find his niche at New York Academy of Dramatic Arts. read more

Glee, Actually Season 4, Episode 10

Sam and Brittany try to live their lives to the fullest before the Mayan apocalypse; Jake and Puck spend Hanukkah together; Artie has a life-changing dream; and Kurt has a special Christmas. The episode is a tribute to the 2003 film "Love Actually." read more

Swan Song Season 4, Episode 9

Finn thinks about his future with the glee club after Sectionals are over. Elsewhere, Rachel gets ready for New York Academy of Dramatic Art's winter showcase; and Kurt gets a second chance at an audition. read more

Thanksgiving Season 4, Episode 8

The glee-club members get advice about Sectionals from alumni. Elsewhere, Rachel and Kurt enjoy a nontraditional Thanksgiving meal in New York. read more

Dynamic Duets Season 4, Episode 7

Marley, Jake and Ryder find themselves entangled in a love triangle; Blaine runs into members of the Warblers. read more

Glease Season 4, Episode 6

Rachel, Kurt, Santana and Cassandra July return as the glee club kicks off its production of "Grease." read more

The Role You Were Born to Play Season 4, Episode 5

Auditions for the school production of "Grease" begin with Marley, Jake, Kitty and football player Ryder competing for the lead roles. Meanwhile, New Directions alumni Mercedes and Mike return to help cast the show; and Will faces a tough decision. read more

The Break Up Season 4, Episode 4

Rachel and Kurt get surprise visitors in New York City. Elsewhere, Santana and Brittany adjust to their long-distance relationship; and Will and Emma consider the implications of a new job offer. read more

Makeover Season 4, Episode 3

Brittany and Blaine face off in a battle for student-council president; Kurt lands an exciting internship with a new mentor. read more

Britney 2.0 Season 4, Episode 2

Brittany falls into a rut and turns to Britney Spears' music for help breaking out of it; Brody helps Rachel adjust to life in New York. read more

The New Rachel Season 4, Episode 1

Series 4 begins with Rachel moving to New York City to attend the New York Academy of Dramatic Arts, where she meets an attractive older student. Back at McKinley, the glee club seeks new recruits (including Puck's half brother) at auditions. read more

Goodbye Season 3, Episode 22

It's time to graduate for McKinley High's class of 2012, and the glee kids look back and contemplate their futures in the Season 3 finale. read more

Nationals Season 3, Episode 21

New Directions compete at Nationals in Chicago. Lindsay Lohan (playing herself) is a guest judge. read more

Props Season 3, Episode 20

The kids prepare a high-concept routine as Nationals approach. read more

Props; Nationals

Nationals and graduation approach, and while the glee kids prepare their high-concept routine, Tina bumps her head and sees New Directions from a new angle. Lindsay Lohan (playing herself) is a guest judge. read more

Prom-asaurus Season 3, Episode 19

Class president Brittany uses her bully pulpit to promote the prom. Then, after the king and queen nominations are announced, the kids start campaigning while outcasts organize a rival celebration. read more

Choke Season 3, Episode 18

Rachel and Kurt audition for the New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts, and Puck makes a choice concerning his future after he has a meeting with his father. read more

Dance With Somebody Season 3, Episode 17

The glee kids pay homage to Whitney Houston by performing her greatest hits. Meanwhile, Emma and Will take a step closer tying the knot. read more

Saturday Night Glee-ver Season 3, Episode 16

The glee kids do disco as they salute the 1977 movie "Saturday Night Fever." read more

Big Brother Season 3, Episode 15

Blaine's older brother, a hot-shot Hollywood actor, arrives for a visit, and Blaine isn't happy about it. read more

On My Way Season 3, Episode 14

The glee kids square off against the Dalton Academy Warblers at Regionals. read more

Heart Season 3, Episode 13

Will has a Valentine's Day challenge for the glee kids: find and perform the world's greatest love songs. Meanwhile, Rachel's two dads, Hiram (Jeff Goldblum) and LeRoy Berry (Brian Stokes Mitchell), visit McKinley High. read more

The Spanish Teacher Season 3, Episode 12

Will assigns the glee kids a Spanish singing assignment and enlists the help of his musically inclined night-school teacher (Ricky Martin). Meanwhile, Rachel tells Kurt and Mercedes about Finn's proposal; and Mercedes has romantic complications of her own. read more

Michael Season 3, Episode 11

The New Directions-Warblers rivalry heats up (with Michael Jackson music on the soundtrack) as Regionals near; Kurt and Rachel hear about their applications to the New York Academy of Dramatic Arts; and things between Sam and Mercedes get hotter. read more

Yes/No Season 3, Episode 10

Will enlists the glee kids to help him surprise Emma (and sweep her off her feet). Meanwhile, Becky sets her sights on Artie; and Finn makes a surprising announcement about his post-high-school plans. read more

Extraordinary Merry Christmas Season 3, Episode 9

As the holidays approach, New Directions is asked to go in two directions at once: The glee kids have been invited to two events scheduled for the same time. read more

Hold On to Sixteen Season 3, Episode 8

As McKinley High prepares to host sectionals, Finn tracks down Sam (Chord Overstreet) and persuades him to rejoin the glee club in an effort to beef it up. Meanwhile, Tina comes to Mike's defense and encourages him to pursue his dream. read more

I Kissed a Girl Season 3, Episode 7

Someone is caught trying to fix the election for student-council president. Meanwhile, Coach Beiste screws up the courage to challenge Sue; and Puck and Quinn's relationship gets complicated. read more

Mash Off Season 3, Episode 6

Sue starts a smear campaign to take down her biggest foe for the congressional seat. Meanwhile, Puck has a crush; and Will and Shelby Corcoran encourage some friendly competition. read more

The First Time Season 3, Episode 5

The glee kids rehearse their production of "West Side Story" under Artie's direction. Meanwhile, Finn meets with a recruiter; and Coach Beiste has an admirer. read more

Pot of Gold Season 3, Episode 4

A new foreign-exchange student (Damian McGinty) enrolls at McKinley and crashes with Brittany, who thinks he's a leprechaun. Meanwhile, Mercedes tries to recruit members for Shelby Corcoran's new glee club; and Sue's congressional campaign heats up. read more

Asian F Season 3, Episode 3

Emma's parents (Valerie Mahaffey and Don Most) visit and get an understanding of her problems. Meanwhile, Mike Chang's parents (Keong Sim and Tamlyn Tomita) step in to help their son confront his biggest problem, which is bad grades in school. read more

I Am Unicorn Season 3, Episode 2

Shelby Corcoran (Idina Menzel) returns to McKinley High (and sings a song with Rachel); Will makes some of the glee kids attend a "boot camp"; and Brittany offers to help Kurt in his campaign for student-body president. read more

The Purple Piano Project Season 3, Episode 1

As Season 3 begins, the glee kids are down in the dumps following their loss at Regionals, so Will assigns them a project to get them back on track. Meanwhile, Blaine considers a transfer to McKinley; and Ms. Sylvester wants to go to Washington: Sue's running for Congress. read more

New York Season 2, Episode 22

Season 2 finale: The glee kids head to New York City to compete in Nationals—and take in the sights of the Big Apple. Meanwhile, Will heads for Broadway on his own. Patti LuPone appears as herself. Music includes five original songs, including "Still Got Tonight," by Matthew Morrison (sung by Will), as well as "For Good," from "Wicked" (Kurt, Rachel), and "New York, New York" and Madonna's "On the Town" mashup (New Directions). read more

Funeral Season 2, Episode 21

The glee kids prepare for Nationals, with help from "consultant" Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff), a blunt and exacting critic. Meanwhile, Sue teams up with Terri to harass New Directions; and one of McKinley's own is hit with an unexpected loss. Songs include "Back to Black" (Santana); "Some People," from "Gypsy" (Kurt); "Try a Little Tenderness" (Mercedes); "My Man," from "Funny Girl" (Rachel); and "Pure Imagination," from "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" (New Directions). read more

Prom Queen Season 2, Episode 20

As the competition for Junior Prom king and queen heats up, Figgins asks the glee kids to perform at the prom (over the objections of its coordinator, Sue). Meanwhile, Kurt asks Blaine to be his date; Mercedes is depressed because she doesn't have one; and Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff) turns up unexpectedly, complicating life for Rachel. Songs include "Rolling in the Deep" (Jesse, Rachel); "Isn't She Lovely" (Artie); and "I'm Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance with You" (Blaine). read more

Rumours Season 2, Episode 19

Sue takes control of the once-dormant school newspaper and prints incendiary stories. Meanwhile, April (Kristin Chenoweth) returns and tries to persuade Will to take off with her; and surprising details about Sam's home life emerge, gaining him admiration from classmates. A Fleetwood Mac-tribute episode. Songs include "Dream" (April, Will); "Never Going Back Again" (Artie); "Songbird" (Santana); "I Don't Want To Know" (Finn, Quinn); "Go Your Own Way" (Rachel); and "Don't Stop" (New Directions). read more

Born This Way Season 2, Episode 18

While Will uses Lady Gaga's music for a lesson about self-acceptance, Lauren and Quinn duke it out to be prom queen, Emma faces her obsessions, Rachel struggles over a decision and Santana has something in mind that could alter the glee-club dynamic dramatically. New Directions' performances include Lady Gaga's "Born This Way." Other songs include Sammy Davis Jr.'s "I've Gotta Be Me" (Finn, Mike) and "I Feel Pretty," from "West Side Story" (Quinn and Rachel). read more

A Night of Neglect Season 2, Episode 17

The glee kids come to the aid of another struggling club at McKinley High---another club that Sue wants to squash, as it happens. Meanwhile, relationships are threatened and decisions made. Songs include Eric Carmen's "All By Myself" (Sunshine Corazon); Adele's "Turning Tables" (Holly Holliday); Lykke Li's "I Follow Rivers" (Tina); Jack Johnson's "Bubble Toes" (Mike Chang); and Aretha Franklin's "Ain't No Way" (Mercedes). read more

Original Song Season 2, Episode 16

The glee kids face stiff competition from the Warblers and Aural Intensity (coached by Sue) at Regionals, so to impress judges Tammy Jean Albertson (Kathy Griffin) and Sister Mary Constance (Loretta Devine), they decide to perform original material (six new songs, all told). Meanwhile, Quinn wants Finn back. Covers include the Beatles' "Blackbird" (sung by Kurt and the Warblers), Maroon 5's "Misery" (Blaine, Warblers) and Sonseed's "Jesus Is a Friend of Mine" (Aural Intensity). read more

Sexy Season 2, Episode 15

Substitute Holly Holliday (Gwyneth Paltrow) fills in for the sex-ed teacher and joins forces with Will to teach the glee kids the facts of life. Meanwhile, Emma heads the Celibacy Club, leading her and Dr. Carl (John Stamos) to address personal issues. Holly performs Prince's "Kiss" (with Will), Joan Jett's "Do You Want to Touch Me (Oh Yeah)" (with New Directions) and Stevie Nicks' "Landslide" (with Santana and Brittany). read more

Blame It on the Alcohol Season 2, Episode 14

Figgins teaches the McKinley students about the dangers of underage drinking, and the glee kids are touched by his message. Meanwhile, Mr. Schuester and Coach Beiste have fun together. Music includes Jamie Foxx's "Blame It (on the Alcohol)" (New Directions); George Thorogood's "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" (Will and Coach Beiste); Human League's "Don't You Want Me" (Rachel and Blaine); Ke$ha's "Tik Tok" (Brittany, New Directions); and "My Headband" (Rachel). read more

Comeback Season 2, Episode 13

Rachel tries to get back into McKinley High's social swing, with the help of Brittany; and Sam forms a tribute band. Meanwhile, Sue is suffering from depression following the Cheerios' rare loss. Music includes Justin Bieber's "Baby" (sung by Sam) and "Somebody to Love" (ensemble); "Take Me or Leave Me," from "Rent" (Rachel and Mercedes); My Chemical Romance's "SING" (Sue, New Directions); "This Little Light of Mine" (Will, Sue); and The Waitresses' "I Know What Boys Like" (Lauren Zizes). read more

Silly Love Songs Season 2, Episode 12

The glee kids set up a Valentine's Day kissing booth, but Cupid doesn't land every arrow and hearts break. Songs include "Silly Love Songs" and "When I Get You Alone" (Blaine, Warblers); "My Funny Valentine" (Tina); "Fat Bottomed Girls" (Puck); "P.Y.T (Pretty Young Thing)" (Artie, Mike); and "Firework" (Rachel). read more

The Sue Sylvester Shuffle Season 2, Episode 11

While Mr. Schuester and Coach Beiste work to make peace between the glee club and football team, Sue devises a risky strategy to win the cheerleading Nationals. Katie Couric appears as herself. New Directions perform Michael Jackson's "Thriller," and the Cheerios do Katy Perry's "California Gurls." read more

A Very Glee Christmas Season 2, Episode 10

Finn tries to bring holiday cheer to McKinley High, and Artie discovers that Brittany still believes in Santa. Meanwhile, the teachers pick their Secret Santas and one particularly manipulative McKinley staffer rigs the gift-giving. read more

Special Education Season 2, Episode 9

Will lays out a new direction for New Directions as Sectionals approach, and not all the kids are happy about it. Teen romances (Finn-Rachel, Artie-Brittany) also begin to fray, but Emma and Carl grow closer. And Kurt struggles to fit in as a Warbler. read more

Furt Season 2, Episode 8

Sue's "Nazi-hunting" mother, Doris (Carol Burnett), visits. Meanwhile, Kurt makes a big decision, and Rachel and Finn take a big step. Music includes "Ohio," from "Wonderful Town" (Sue and Doris); "Sway" (Will); and Bruno Mars' "Marry You " and "Just the Way You Are" (New Directions). read more

The Substitute Season 2, Episode 7

A substitute teacher (Gwyneth Paltrow) fills in for the ailing Mr. Schuester and wins over the glee kids. Meanwhile, Sue fills in for Principal Figgins and flexes her muscles. read more

Never Been Kissed Season 2, Episode 6

Finn and Sam find an unconventional way to control their urges. But Coach Beiste gets wind of it and isn't happy. Meanwhile, Kurt, who's sick of being bullied, visits a private school to "spy" on its glee club and finds an entirely different atmosphere. He also meets Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss), who sings Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" with the Warblers. Other music includes Bob Marley's "One Love" (Puck and Artie), and Rolling Stones-Bon Jovi and Supremes-En Vogue mash-ups (New Directions). read more

The Rocky Horror Glee Show Season 2, Episode 5

The glee kids perform their version of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (despite Sue's scheming) after Will learns that Emma's a big fan of the 1975 cult-classic movie. "Horror Show"-movie alums Barry Bostwick and Meat Loaf are in the guest cast. read more

Duets Season 2, Episode 4

Rachel and Finn decide to throw a duet competition to give Sam (Chord Overstreet) a better chance to win. Meanwhile, a Mike-Tina-Artie love triangle develops. read more

Grilled Cheesus Season 2, Episode 3

Finn has an existential crisis when he sees the face of Jesus in a grilled-cheese sandwich, or thinks he does. Meanwhile, the glee kids engage in a theological discussion after rallying around Kurt when he faces a crisis of his own. read more

Britney/Brittany Season 2, Episode 2

Will doesn't want the kids to do a Britney Spears routine. He's also a bit jealous of Emma's new dentist boyfriend (John Stamos). Spears appears as herself. read more

Audition Season 2, Episode 1

Season 2 begins with budget cuts looming and the glee kids reeling from their loss at Regionals. There are newcomers, including Sunshine Corazon (Charice) and Sam (Chord Overstreet), but Rachel and Finn don't see eye to eye on them. And there's a new football coach, Shannon Beiste (Dot Marie Jones), who threatens both Mr. Schu and Sue. Songs include "Empire State of Mind" (New Directions); "Billionaire" (Sam); "Listen" (Sunshine); "Telephone" (Sunshine, Rachel); "What I Did for Love" (Rachel). read more

Journey to Regionals Season 1, Episode 22

Season 1 finale: Regionals are looming and Sue is scheming, jeopardizing the glee kids' chances once again. Meanwhile, Quinn has a life-changing event. Olivia Newton-John and Josh Groban have cameos as themselves. read more

Funk Season 1, Episode 21

The glee club gets some jarring news; Will gets revenge on Sue (for the time being); and Quinn connects with her "funky" side, with some help from Mercedes. read more

Theatricality Season 1, Episode 20

Will tells the glee kids to express themselves through the music of Lady Gaga; Rachel has an encounter that changes her life; and Tina goes Goth. Music includes Gaga's "Bad Romance" (Kurt, New Directions girls) and "Poker Face" (Rachel, Shelby); Barbra Streisand's "Funny Girl" (Shelby); and Kiss' "Shout It Out Loud" and "Beth" (New Directions boys, without Kurt). read more

Dream On Season 1, Episode 19

Will's high-school rival (Neil Patrick Harris) shows up and causes trouble for the glee club. Meanwhile, Rachel struggles with a longstanding personal problem; and Artie's dream leads to an adventure. read more

Laryngitis Season 1, Episode 18

Rachel is alarmed when she gets a sore throat. Meanwhile, Kurt makes a personality adjustment to please his dad; and Puck looks to climb in social ranking by making a calculated move. read more

Bad Reputation Season 1, Episode 17

Will responds to a rumor about the glee kids that has spread around McKinley High. Meanwhile, Sue is embarrassed by a video of her performing the Olivia Newton-John song "Physical." Newton-John has a cameo as herself. read more

Home Season 1, Episode 16

Kurt fixes up his dad (Mike O'Malley) with a date in hopes of having a regular family; Sue demands that the Cheerios diet in preparation for a magazine interview; and April Rhodes (Kristin Chenoweth) returns to help Will save New Directions. read more

The Power of Madonna Season 1, Episode 15

When the glee guys begin to bully the girls, Will turns to the music of Madonna to give the girls an ego boost and teach the boys respect. (They perform Madonna's "Express Yourself" and "Like a Prayer"). Meanwhile, Kurt and Mercedes give Sue a makeover. read more

Hell-o Season 1, Episode 14

Fresh off their Sectionals win, the glee kids work on new numbers for Regionals. But club cohesion (not to mention Rachel and Finn's budding romance) is threatened when Rachel becomes involved with a competitor named Jesse (Jonathan Groff). So Will visits the competitor's coach (Idina Menzel) to try to discern Jesse's true intentions. Meanwhile, Will is single again, but that isn't necessarily good news for Emma; and Sue is back from her sojourn in Boca Raton and spoiling for a fight with Will. read more

Sectionals Season 1, Episode 13

Quinn's secret unravels as the sectionals approach, threatening club cohesion at the worst possible time. Meanwhile, Sue's scheming continues apace (and then some); and Will ponders an important decision as Emma and Ken's wedding nears. Grace Hitchens: Eve. read more

Mattress Season 1, Episode 12

Budget cuts mean no yearbook photo for the glee club, but Rachel is the only one upset about this. Meanwhile, Quinn tries to get into the Cheerios yearbook photo; and Will and Terri face serious problems in their relationship. read more

Hairography Season 1, Episode 11

Will is concerned that Sue is leaking info, so he visits with a rival club's instructor (Eve) while the kids check out their competition. Meanwhile, Kurt gives Rachel a makeover, and he may have hidden motives for doing this. read more

Ballads Season 1, Episode 10

Mr. Schuester divides the glee club into couples for a ballad, but it turns out to be not so good an idea when one kid gets sick. Meanwhile, Finn has dinner with Quinn's parents (Gregg Henry and Charlotte Ross). This turns out to be a bad idea as well. read more

Wheels Season 1, Episode 9

It's Rachel vs. Kurt in a "diva-off" for the solo in Glee's rendition of "Defying Gravity." Meanwhile, the school can't pay for a wheelchair-accessible bus for Artie for the trip to regionals, so Shue challenges his charges to raise the money; Quinn's medical bills are beginning to pile up, and she challenges Finn to come up with money to pay them; and Sue must hold an open tryout for the Cheerios. Her selection has Shue scratching his head. read more

Mash-Up Season 1, Episode 8

Will is inspired by the kids to create a mash-up for a special occasion. Meanwhile, the cool kids at McKinley High get a taste of their own medicine, and Sue displays her softer side. read more

Throwdown Season 1, Episode 7

Sue makes the Glee kids compete against each other to sow seeds of dissension, then gets called into Principal Figgins' office, along with Will. Meanwhile, the kids rally to show their support for Quinn. read more

Vitamin D Season 1, Episode 6

Will challenges the kids to a mashup showdown, with the boys taking on the girls; Terri takes a job as school nurse to keep an eye on Will, despite the fact that she has no health-care training. read more

The Rhodes Not Taken Season 1, Episode 5

Will enlists a former classmate (Kristin Chenoweth) to spice up the glee club and her efforts appear to be going well. But a key member thinks otherwise. read more

Preggers Season 1, Episode 4

While Kurt tries out for the football team (taking a page from the glee playbook with him), Rachel storms out of glee practice when Will gives a plum part to Tina. Meanwhile, Sue comes up with a new plot to boost her program at glee's expense; and Quinn has news for Finn. read more

Acafellas Season 1, Episode 3

Will forms an all-male a cappella group, but when he neglects the glee club, the kids decide to hire a well-known choreographer to coach them. Meanwhile, Mercedes falls in love. Josh Groban appears as himself. read more

Showmance Season 1, Episode 2

This musical comedy-drama about the misfits who make up a high-school glee club opens its first season with the club's first performance. It's not what Will expects, and it gives his rival, cheerleader coach Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch), added ammunition. But it is crowd-pleasing. Meanwhile, Finn's cheerleader girlfriend, Quinn (Dianna Agron), is becoming jealous of Rachel; and Will's wife, Terri (Jessalyn Gilsig), wants to buy a house, so Will has to scramble to earn more money. read more

Pilot Season 1, Episode 1

In the pilot of this musical comedy-drama from Ryan Murphy ("Nip/Tuck") about the misfits who make up a high-school glee club, teacher and former glee-club star Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) must find a male singer to match diva Rachel (Lea Michele). Then he hears football quarterback Finn (Cory Monteith) singing in a shower. Meanwhile, Will's wife (Jessalyn Gilsig) wants him to get a better-paying job. read more

Glee Episode: "Props; Nationals"

Episode Synopsis: Nationals and graduation approach, and while the glee kids prepare their high-concept routine, Tina bumps her head and sees New Directions from a new angle. Lindsay Lohan (playing herself) is a guest judge.
Original Air Date: May 15, 2012
Guest Cast Vanessa Lengies: Sugar Motta LaMarcus Tinker: Shane Damian McGinty: Rory Flanagan Lindsay Lohan: Herself Lauren Potter: Becky Jackson Eric Bruskotter: Cooter Menkins

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Premiered: May 19, 2009, on FOX
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: Musical comedy-drama about the misfits who make up a high-school glee club and teacher Will Schuester, the one-time glee-club star who leads them and must constantly protect "glee" from the malevolent schemes of diabolical cheerleader coach Sue Sylvester. A "High School Musical" with bite created by Ryan Murphy ("Nip/Tuck"), "Glee" was one of the breakout hits of Fall 2009.

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