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Get your slushies ready, because this month’s Examining video is all about Glee. The hit Fox series was a behemoth in TV, but its impact on music was just as strong. Let’s take a retrospective walk through the full series, its music, and how these geeks managed to rise to (and fall from) the top…
Let me know your favorite Glee episode/song/character/Will rap in the comments!
NOTE 1: Drake surpassed Glee's record in March of this year, not February.
NOTE 2: At two points in this video, I use terms regarding people who use wheelchairs. Some of you have told me that these phrases are at best cringy, and at worst offensive. I apologize for using those terms, and will be more mindful of my language going forward.
Intro - 00:00
Backstory - 01:01
The Pilot - 01:43
Season 1 - 03:30
The Music of Glee - 06:57
Season 2 - 11:05
The Business of Glee - 14:40
Season 3 - 17:44
Season 4 - 26:25
The Quarterback - 36:55
Season 5 - 39:40
Season 6 - 44:46
Aftermath/Impact - 49:37
Show Footage
Brennan, Ian, Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy, creators. Glee. Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision, Ryan Murphy Productions, and 20th Century Fox Television, 2009 - 2015.
Articles Cited in Video
Ganz, Jacob. “Hits That Aren't: 'Glee' Songs Zoom Up And Down The Charts.” NPR, NPR, 19 Nov. 2010.
“How Glee Cast Became the Act With the Most Hot 100 Entries in Billboard History.” Billboard, 17 May 2019.
Jensen, Jeff. “Why a Humbled 'Glee' Is a 'Glee' Worth Watching.” Entertainment Weekly, 16 Jan. 2015.
Turner, Kyle. “Glee Captured All of Its Wasted Promise in One Character.” AV Club, 9 May 2019.
VanDerWerff, Emily. “I Can Pinpoint the Exact Moment Glee Got Bad.” Vox, Vox, 20 Mar. 2015.
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@MicTheSnare 3 yıl önce
One Small Correction: Drake actually beat the Glee Cast's Hot 100 record in March 2020, not February.
@BlueCornOntheMoon 3 yıl önce
thats even crazier holy shit
@MrGleeiscool 3 yıl önce
Ok make more gleee videos and I’ll subscribe glee is my life I’ve watched it since season 2 aired on fox and it’s the best show ever
@amusarty 3 yıl önce
How come out of that whole thing that was the only thing you messed up.... jesus christ dude
@KD-fs9qq 3 yıl önce
And most of drakes songs that were on the hot 100 went #1 or top 10
@PaperBackHead10 3 yıl önce
Ok ok ok ok ok OK. Listen, I was a huuuuge gleek back in my day. Think I jumped on the wagon at season 2 and nose dived off at what I thought was season 6. Just got towards the end of the video and quickly realized I actually stopped after S5 because WHAT THE FUCK? THEY HAD COACH BEISTE TRANSITIOOONNN??? What was the point of “never been kissed” if she was trans? It was so refreshing to me to have a masculine presenting woman that wasn’t a lesbian or trans (and I say that as a stud lesbian) dealing with her masculine and feminine sides. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised but it seems so damn pandering. Trans visibility matters but not when it’s shoehorned in there as an afterthought.
@DeeL3 3 yıl önce
Mr. Schue - You're all minorities, you're in the Glee Club. Camera man - pans to black girl and gay kid.
@TheActualAldo 3 yıl önce
@JamesLawner 3 yıl önce
This is the exact opposite energy of Jeff Winger's "You're not a study group, you're a community"
@noahdomingo1162 3 yıl önce
@@astrorockwitch Saying it's a mockumentary is easily one of the biggest stretches I've ever seen lol
@imsadlol4528 3 yıl önce
@@noahdomingo1162 it wasnt a mockumentary but it was very much satirical especially towards the beginning.
@hello2996 3 yıl önce
can anyone explain what minority is? i searched it already but i don't get it
@rock_talk4004 2 yıl önce
The greatest things about this show: 1. Jane Lynch 2. Kurt in the first three seasons 3. Britanny's cat 4. Chord Overstreet's name
Well i absolutely loved Kurt in the first two seasons, but S3 and onwards he was tolerable 15% of the time to me, with his voice being responsable for a large percentage of the time where i find him intolerable. Overral tho, Kurt's a great character especially the first two seasons, but not immune to any of the flaws of the writing more than anyone else
@lemonace6695 Yıl önce
Same but also: 5. Introducing me to Starkid and TinCanBrothers via Darren Chris
@emilyblenn Yıl önce
@@lemonace6695 6. Cough Syrup 7. bohemian rhapsody
@criptastical Yıl önce
9. Burt Hummel
@jamdoe6486 Yıl önce
10. Blaine in Season 2 11. Samcedes at its best 12. Santana and Mercedes duets
@danikeir Yıl önce
The biggest work of fiction Glee ever produced was the fact Rachel was able to find an apartment that size for $1,800 in NYC...
@urbanrealism237 6 aylar önce
No literally
@mariamejawara 6 aylar önce
She said that her parents paid for it. They're rich
@flamethrow868 5 aylar önce
Just checked, the price of a two bedroom in Bushwick for rent while season 4 was airing was roughly 1900$ on average. That doesn't seem like that much of a stretch, especially since they said that the building had a lot of broken amenities and it was a really bad neighbourhood in Bushwick?
@leahdavis9434 3 aylar önce
​@@flamethrow868wasn't it also a warehouse and not an apartment? That's why there weren't rooms
@corneliastreet2491 2 aylar önce
She was literally riding her bike around the place 😂
@neverobinson5527 2 yıl önce
Will Schuester's Thong Song cover is actually worthy of instant imprisonment. No trial. Just straight to jail.
omg that scene was so painful
@Maya-mf9uo Yıl önce
No bc it was traumatizing
@Maya-mf9uo Yıl önce
But my ultimate guilty pleasers will forever be Gold Digger and I’ve Ice Baby it’s embarrassing how much I like those songs
@Scandal262 Yıl önce
I need to know what percentage of this show's runtime is just cringe white guy rapping
@alim.9801 Yıl önce
Oh my God not even just the song but his dancing in that scene 😭
@DukeDukeGo 2 yıl önce
Santana singing "If I die young" hits extra hard after her actress also died young
@jesusrox4u Yıl önce
Big Lebowski’s The Dude: …..Jesus…..
@qwerty0504 Yıl önce
also the line "sink me in the river at dawn"
@jesusrox4u Yıl önce
@@qwerty0504 Yeah, that didn’t age well.
@eddyesdras Yıl önce
@@jesusrox4u to
@wryn.is.trying Yıl önce
The most heartbreaking moments of audio in glee are in season 3, when the teachers are talking about Karofsky’s suicide attempt and sue says “i keep imagining how his father must have felt finding him” and it cuts to these awful wails and screams from his dad, and in Quarterback when the music cuts out and Santana is sobbing and then screaming. Glee didn’t have very many moments of serious emotion being shown without making it a joke, but those two parts… man. i almost cry every time i hear them.
@micro-babe 10 aylar önce
I kinda stopped in around season 4 but you're so right about the Karofsky scene. This show is so stupid but that scene will absolutely make me sob every time.
@chrishansen8119 3 aylar önce
Every time I see the karofsky scene, karofskys dads screams sound so real. The actor put everything into that
@nicoviola1489 3 yıl önce
@Bluebaritone 3 yıl önce
@isabelhoch3713 3 yıl önce
Wait I thought he left her? 😂
@Melissdan 3 yıl önce
@@isabelhoch3713 He did but it was because he knew she still loved Shue for some odd reason
@isabelhoch3713 3 yıl önce
Mellis Dan tru
@belhlv 3 yıl önce
hahahahahahahaahahahahahahaahhaa shoe ahahahhahahahhaahahahaha, ;-;
@allisonruff8725 Yıl önce
The comedic timing of the zoom on “Priority #1: Help the Kids” still makes me cackle today
Honestly the editing in the first season is top tier! That’s the best example, but there were so many other times they used the editing for humor, but it was funny because it was more subtle. After season one they started beating you over the head with the editing gags and it got exhausting.
@flamethrow868 5 aylar önce
@@taylorgayhart9497 Wasn't that from season 4 or 5 when Will told Finn he framed him?
@@flamethrow868 It was a callback to the original scene that did that
@flamethrow868 4 aylar önce
@@bisexial_disaster2795 Oh, I haven't noticed it in the first season, or forgot, it has been a few years, over a decade now lol, damn I feel old. Anyways, thank you for clearing that up!
It also annoys me that people point out that 'this was so fucked up' as if that was not already part of the text. The show is already pointing out its a bad idea and using it as a joke.
@skeleletonboi4533 2 yıl önce
I find it really funny that Gorillaz actively and publicly denied Glee, cause their song Clint Eastwood (banger) is in the first Trolls movie. It has "MCR refusing to let Twilight use their music but personally recorded Welcome to the Black Parade in simlish for the Sims" energy
@lithiumkid 2 yıl önce
Twilight portrayed an abusive relationship as romantic, had a main character pretending to be native american when the actor wasn’t, and was written by someone who based one of the love interests on her own brother. Sims is a good, pretty unproblematic series of games with multiple iconic gothic and alt characters that tons of people remember by name even 22 years later. i see why they didn’t want to be associated with Twilight and i think there’s nothing weird or hypocritical about them then going on to put a song into Sims 3.
@skeleletonboi4533 2 yıl önce
@@lithiumkid bro I didn't say it was weird or hypocritical, I said it makes me laugh. chill dude
@@lithiumkid tbh i just think at the time it felt weird for their frontman because, althought it was not as well know at the time as today, the concept of a vampire boyfriend and all that was based on mcr's concept and main vocalist. maybe today that would be another thing but at the time maybe he felt weird about it
@jogiesler1038 Yıl önce
mcr also let glee do sing which is funny because the episode is about anthems and they should’ve done WTTBP
@crm1301 Yıl önce
mcr also did a song for Yo Gabba Gabba
On the point of how Glee handled its LGBT characters, the one standout memory I have from the show is the Teen Drinking episode where, when Blaine was questioning whether he might be Bisexual, Kurt's immediate response was, "Bisexual is term gay people use to tiptoe back into the closet", and every once in a while that sneaks up on me like being smacked in the back of the head with a rotting Mackerel.
@alim.9801 Yıl önce
Idk if it's just me but it feels like something that Kurt as a character wouldn't say, like it feels out of character for him specifically. Like yeah ok maybe he's just saying it bc he's jealous or whatever, but even then that just felt like a bizarre and overly mean line coming from him.
That was the general attitude about bisexuality until recently, think Sex and the City when Carrie said “I'm not even sure bisexuality exists. I think it's just a layover on the way to Gaytown.” Men who were bi were seen as “easing into” being gay, and women who were bi were seen as performing their sexuality for male attention. It wasn’t really until the mid-2010s that bisexuality and pansexuality were more broadly accepted.
tbf i loved the ‘i’d say bye but i didn’t want to scare you’ line from that episode
@AmySay Yıl önce
I genuinely blame this line for slamming me into a closet where i didn’t realize i was bisexual until after high school.
@nyxie2877 11 aylar önce
You have such a way with words
@RobLives4Love 2 yıl önce
this reminds me of one of my favorite Tumblr quotes of all time: just because a television show doesn't actively address a specific issue doesn't mean they're actively avoiding it either. you know what happens when you try to stuff every possible social debate under the sun into one show? you get glee. that's what happens.
@Lizzie-ve7kt Yıl önce
OMG THIS!! This is brilliant and should be copied and pasted as a reply to every Twitter rant of people overreacting to something being “problematic” because it didn’t explicit address every single social issue.
@iwakeupandboomimarat 10 aylar önce
exactly!! at least imo id prefer no/minimal representation to outright BAD representation lmao
@handsoap3346 9 aylar önce
Remember the school shooting episode where it was BECKY??😟
It reminds me when, after a particularly bad wave of school shootings, people were asking if Abbott Elementary was going to do a SS episode. Like... What's that gonna do to solve the issue??
@janinex4541 2 yıl önce
Can we talk about Ryder opening up being sexually assaulted and everyone made fun of him, Will said NOTHING about it and it was never talked about again?🙈
@DoodleDoo2 Yıl önce
Kitty said she understands (cuz she was also SAd) and how that’s not okay but everyone else made fun of him
@janinex4541 Yıl önce
@@DoodleDoo2 yeah but it was like the only relatable response and it was never talked about again🙈🙈🙈
Thanks that was the episode I stopped watching it went way too far
There is also an episode about dealing with suicide. Which is horrible at adressing the topic
@babybear3551 Yıl önce
They didn't even just make fun of him, they said he was "lucky" Disgusting.
@foodie2525 3 yıl önce
It’s funny how Rachel said that Santana couldn’t play Fanny because she was Latina but it was okay for Rachel to play Maria in West Side Story 💀
@Caprizonica 3 yıl önce
And Lea in an interview said Naya couldn't play an Italian character- can't remember who- because she wasn't Italian like her. 🤨
@bbybby7589 3 yıl önce
omgg i've been conplaining about this since forever thank u for saying it lmao
@darrencriss5529 3 yıl önce
I hate Rachel so much
@lll.24601 3 yıl önce
No the narrator said that
@hollieparsons267 2 yıl önce
100% agree that Burt is the best character in the entire show
@meeriann Yıl önce
Yeah but his own son was sexually harassing Finn and made him uncomfortable and Burt was just screaming at Finn when he said few bad words? The words were bad, don't get me wrong. However they were about THINGS and not about Kurt himself. Go and watch the episode if you want. Kurt didn't suffer ANY circumstances. I always found that unfair.
@rebeccag.1016 Yıl önce
​@@meeriann but there is an episode later when burt learns the truth and yells at Kurt.
Not to mention, I'm pretty sure Burt and Carol is the best/healthiest romantic relationship in the show
@alim.9801 Yıl önce
And coach beiste!!
@calmbbaer Yıl önce
@@rebeccag.1016 - And as we all know the most suitable punishment for sustained sexual harassment is a brief yell. Makes it all better!
@Robbity Yıl önce
As a ex-show choir kid, you could TELL who the Glee kids were. The ones who joined because they liked the show and quit at the end of the semester. Some of the Glee kids stayed though, and they were incredible
@kingnorkaiser 2 yıl önce
The most egregious “no consequences of their actions” part of Glee for me is Kurt attending approximately 4 days of his Vogue internship and then basically never going back again, with a little insert by Sarah Jessica Parker saying yeah it’s chill you’re so talented you don’t even have to come to work
I literally forgot about that until you mentioned it lol
@nic9511 Yıl önce
Santanas cover of Smooth Criminal exist yes and I have never been more thankful for it
@davidluna7237 Yıl önce
It’s iconic
@nyx6903 Yıl önce
It's why I started watching glee lol
@violetlavi2207 7 aylar önce
She and Grant Gustin truly made that something special, and I LOVE IT
@AF-ue4ny 2 yıl önce
if you watched Glee and didn't hate every character at least once you didn't watch it right
@lol_once Yıl önce
Why am I now realizing this 😭
@jenna8599 Yıl önce
mike chang?
@michaeladie4582 Yıl önce
@@jenna8599 when he gaslight Tina for wanting a solo
@howtogamer2128 Yıl önce
burt and carole i will NEVER hate
@lilybrown5388 3 yıl önce
the only person who ever had to deal with the consequences of their actions was Quinn
@jana7359 3 yıl önce
I mean yes but also everyone forgot about her baby after a few episodes
@renee1309 3 yıl önce
At some point I felt like they just gave Quinn trauma/dramatic storylines just for kicks. They didn't know what to do with Quinn after S1.
@zoevillegas8331 3 yıl önce
Jana I would imagine they didn’t bring up the baby she gave away because it was a hard thing for Quinn
They ruined Quinn's character, because ryan murphy dont like the actress (dianna). Bcs Quinn supposed to be the mean girl but turned out to be the well developed character and everyone loves Quinn. But ryan hates her for that, so after season 1 ryan started to sabotage her character, the feud continued until Dianna couldn't take it anymore, She left the show after season 3 and came back only as guest stars
@paulworsnop7231 3 yıl önce
i mean yes, but also, no
@879SCSP Yıl önce
Glee and Tumblr go arm in arm in the fact that they both are items of their time that really make a person cringe when looking back, but are so connected to our formative years that a lot of us would fight to death to protect it
@ninjaartist1235 Yıl önce
You might wanna let it die
@879SCSP Yıl önce
@@ninjaartist1235 Not unless I can kill it first
@rileywest1167 Yıl önce
The troubletones did nothing but slay. They have my complete support. Their songs always ate
@mela1736 8 aylar önce
YES! good song choices and most importantly Naya and Amber singing basically everything 🤩
@giladadadada1614 2 yıl önce
sue sylvester bring a hardcore barb is the most in character thing i’ve ever witnessed
@rocketgeek96 2 yıl önce
I will say this for Glee: the Bohemian Rhapsody sequence is top tier editing, and probably one of the all-time best visual spectacles ever seen on TV in the 21st century. To. This. Day. I still, even when watching it out of context on TRvid, get goosebumps every single time I watch it. It definitively shows how the rival show choir beat the New Directions simultaneously with the very reasons as to why ND is a better group of people by having them all show up for Beth's birth, all while _some-fuckin-how_ breathing new life into the greatest pop song ever written. Ryan Murphy's greatest achievement. Bar none.
@kickflipindi Yıl önce
All except Rachel
@@kickflipindi i liked Rachel in season 1-2 because she was actually hardworking while being very very obnoxious but also kind of entertaining Then yknow
@novelle.27 Yıl önce
yep, I think he deserves praise for his creativity on that
@diyit0 Yıl önce
@naima9818 Yıl önce
i agree whole heartedly but calling bohemian rhapsody pop is CRAZY
@kmjc1213 Yıl önce
There's a new Glee podcast hosted by Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina) and Kevin McHale (Artie). They interviewed Ryan Murphy in the first two episodes, and he said that if he could go back and do it again, he probably would have cancelled the show after Cory's death. He admitted that they filmed The Quarterback way too soon and that it wasn't good for any of them to go back to set so quickly. Kevin said that he and other cast members would occasionally just walk off set during takes to cry. I haven't watched that episode since it aired but I remember absolutely hating it. Glee was my happy place, and to see the characters and cast grieve so openly was not something that I (or they) needed. Also the last two seasons were just awful. They completely ruined so many beloved side characters by giving them horrible storylines (namely Blaine and Tina). They also spent four seasons using Coach Beiste's character to show us that being a woman could look however you wanted it to look, only to totally turn their backs on that and say 'a masculine woman must actually be a trans man.' Seriously, by the end of the show my fanfictions were better than what came out of that writers' room.
@froginatub Yıl önce
I'd agree with almost all of this, but I would gently push back on what you say about Bieste. I am a masculine woman myself, with a number of friends who are trans guys! A lot of them did think they were butch lesbians at first- it's a pretty natural assumption. It doesn't mean all butches are secret trans men, of course (I'm not) but it's certainly not not unrealistic! I also think it's a little unfair to pit masc women and trans guys "against" each other in this way, as if representation for trans men is a "loss" for Butch women in some way. I'm a "rising waters raise all ships" type. More acceptance of trans people will mean more acceptance of gender nonconformity; which is a win for masc women! Of course it would have been nice if Glee (or any show lol) had more masc women or trans characters on it, so they could all stand alone as characters rather than having to represent whole demographics, but I don't have any problem with the storyline itself!
@calmbbaer Yıl önce
Agreed about Beiste. It's probably the most Glee thing in Glee: Totally sacrificing canon and character development in the name of drama and agenda. It reminds me of Ally McBeal where Ling tells Fish that she doesn't like sex because it gets her too sweaty. Then, maybe an episode or two later, she tells him that she actually REALLY likes sex, as long as she gets REALLY sweaty. This is supposed to be a funny, character-building surprise, but it comes off as the writers just regretting and changing their mind about something and not respecting the audience enough to write within the limitations that they themselves set. Which, again, was Glee's defining characteristic since episode two. And, as for the politics of it, if Glee cared about the struggles of butch women, it would have made a different character into a trans man. And there's no way the money train of Glee would stop just because someone died, no matter what Murphy says now that there are no consequences for him saying so. It may sound callous, but, hey, that's Glee. I find it a total non-coincidence that a show that cared more about drama, agenda, quantity, and tokenism than characters, people, quality, non-toxicity, and compassion, had so many cast members who died young. You can tell the ALFs of the world - dated and cringe on the outside, chaotic and traumatic on the inside - from shows that are timeless and launch tremendous careers, like that other McKinley High show, Freaks and Geeks. To the detriment of its members, its longevity, and society, Glee was an ALF.
@beryla4979 Yıl önce
Agreed with everything there
@iwakeupandboomimarat 10 aylar önce
honestly i get why bc the death of a major actor obviously screwed w production but glee just gets so. weird during and after the quarterback if that makes sense lmao. and also why tf wasnt dianna agron there???
@robynrichmond0 3 yıl önce
If Glee was on today Will Schuester absolutely would have sung ‘Senorita’ with Rachel and it would have been incredibly creepy.
@tellnate29 3 yıl önce
Do not make me think about this for the love of god
@verasmolyakova5221 3 yıl önce
i lowkey want to watch that happen hahahahah
@IzabelaSSilva 3 yıl önce
Whyyyyyyyyyyyy did you need to say that
@Xendella 3 yıl önce
@DeeL3 3 yıl önce
Mr. Schue and Holly Holiday singing this would actually be good.
him never using Chord Overstreets real name or characters name is hilarious and made this video 10x better
@neutralman9124 2 yıl önce
Lea Michele's performance in "The Quarterback" is one of the greatest performances in television history. Her conversation with Will is devastating to such a degree that I can't watch it anymore.
Agreed. That episode is just so raw and emotional. However I don’t like to make myself cry so I’ll only watch it if I’m in a sad mood
@wompwomp5327 2 yıl önce
As a fluent Korean speaker, that piss poor rendition of Gangnam style will forever haunt me.
@lesliesackey2012 2 yıl önce
Not only does Frozen bring up Idina Menzel and that parallel universe, it also brings up Jonathan Groff and all of those parallel universe questions!
@madelynstoltzfus 2 aylar önce
I thought of this too! Glad I wasn’t the only one.
@kittyschooley 2 yıl önce
I had a friend who said the show should have ended with "The Quarterback." After streaming the show, I realized, I had pretty much stopped watching after that. Cory was absolutely the glue. Just a note, though, when I re-watched the very first episode, I cried when Cory came on screen. Oh, yeah, and after being mandated at work to go to "violence in the workplace" trainings, Sue would not have been able to continue working - she would have had to clean up her act or leave. No comments on that!
@Laramaria2 3 yıl önce
Glee has one flawless point: Burt Hummel! Kurt's father is the most loving character ever. He doesn't care for Kurt's sexuality, he only cared for his son's happiness and safety! When Finn made a homophobic comment about Kurt, he was willing to break up with his beloved girlfriend (aka Finn's mother) to protect his son! Burt is the best by far!
I'll give you that... But also Unique?
@devan6812 3 yıl önce
@@AleciaFluffyPresents but what about Unique texting with Ryder using other girl photo? it was weird besides Burt was in all 6 seasons and Unique didn't have much screen time but I like her too so I understand 😊
@eviekenyon574 3 yıl önce
DeVaN I hated that storyline, they turned a character with loads of potential into a creepy joke
@ryanwalker8212 3 yıl önce
@@AleciaFluffyPresents Unique as a character was a horrible person. Talking about wearing real fur and being a bitch
@belhlv 3 yıl önce
@@devan6812 Ryder wasn't in season 6 ;-;
Tina's character disolvement from the end of season 3 is a symptom of Ryan Murphy being totally unable to write a shy/introverted character or a character with lower confidence and self esteem
@aaronmichael1201 2 yıl önce
Me as a teenager: "I wish I had a teacher like Mr. Schue." Me as a grown adult who now teaches high school: "Mr. Schue is a predator."
@meeriann Yıl önce
Why? He was in love with his wife and then Emma. He was a friend to teenagers so he's automatically a predator?? You snowflakes get a fking crip to the reality and look up what a predator really mean. I had a ''kind uncle'' that liked touching me. No he WAS a real predator. Grooming me by being my friend and trying to lure me in. Like an idiot I bought it. I was a child and believed and trusted him. Will never touched anyone. He was what he was. I also had adult friends cause I was more mature for my age. They didn't touch me or try to force me to do anything. Learn the difference, please. And stop trying to turn something wonderful into ugly. Friendships between young and old exist. Older teach us many things and we should appreciate them. I did. It was much better than doing childish shht with the same age idiots. So yeah. There was only ONE predator. And he wasn't even one of those that I chose to be a friend but a relative. Teachers CAN be predators. But he wasn't!
@beatsbydrea6557 Yıl önce
That part
@lexx.stormm Yıl önce
Will should’ve gotten fired, reported and arrested
The problem with Rachel Berry is that she has no character development, had she learned from her mistakes and grown to be a better person, people would have liked her. But if there is truth behind her character being inspired by her true personality, then I guess it’s true to life. Rachel Berry is proof the only way to make it in “show business” is to be ruthless.
@SuperPianogirl123 3 aylar önce
Rachel would have developments and then would immediately backtrack. She started to view the others as teammates, then would undercut them for solos and used them as an excuse to get rid of Sunshine. Then she started to value Santana’s friendships and push for her to go for opportunities and then attacked her violently for going for the understudy role
@meganlinart948 2 yıl önce
This really makes you appreciate teen dramas like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, where consequences are the backbone of the entire series where everything that happens is such a huge part of the characters and their growth.
@erylaria398 2 yıl önce
"When it was good, there was nothing like it" sums it up very well. I was in my mid 20s when i watched glee and the teen drama and ridiculous story lines were grating at that point. BUT. Having been in some form of choir/chorus or musical theater group all through my time at school, when they were on stage and they hit those big notes, and you could see the emotion on the faces and hear the harmonies welling up like tsunamis - i cried. A LOT. If performing is your thing, then there is NOTHING like it. And glee reminded me of "my time in the spotlight" (if you can call it that lol). Yeah, it's ridiculous, over the top, silly, insane, exaggerated, just straight up DUMB sometimes. And viewed from today, the tokenism is just... oof. But the core of the show - people being passionate about music and performing - is something i will always be able to come back to and hysterically cry over. (Because i did not make it as a singer, like, at all. Singing makes me sad now. But glee reminds me of when i was still able yo dream, like the characters.)
@meeriann Yıl önce
I'm not a performer but I fully agree with you!! I cry when I hear someone singing from the bottom of their hearts. Ughh just watch Death Note Kwang Ho Hong singing.... jeeeshhhh.
@tvpivm Yıl önce
i fully agree
@candiceluke9454 3 yıl önce
Glee finishing before Hamilton happened was probably a good thing
@ivyeorii 3 yıl önce
oh god can you IMAGINE Will trying to rap guns and ships
@lydiavalentino 3 yıl önce
@@ivyeorii I think he'd probably attempt "Guns and Ships", give up, then do the *entirety* of "My Shot" while everyone looks at him like a fucking idiot
@catherineb. 3 yıl önce
As much as I love Glee, I absolutely agree with you here
@tori2dles 3 yıl önce
Yeah, imagining them doing Hamilton is both cringey & sacrilegious.
Jonathan Groff LITERALLY played George the 3rd
The fact that Rachel "wins " a Tony in 2020 and Lea gets cast as Fanny in 2022 is interesting
@tananario 2 aylar önce
Alex Newell winning their Tony Award right in front of Miss Oopsie I Did A Racism is 🤌🏽🤌🏽🤌🏽🤌🏽🤌🏽🤌🏽🤌🏽🤌🏽🤌🏽🤌🏽
@adaidhfitz 2 yıl önce
i actually really liked santana's storyline about being a lesbian because 1 its rare that lesbians get any representation, 2 she was experiencing a lot of internalized homophobia which i related to a lot and had never seen portrayed before and 3 i had also never seen an accurate (sort off, the tv thing was weird) portrayal of what being outed is like before, which is something that happened to me in school so i really liked that :) . There were some things tho like how she just forgave finn after because he sang a song.
@sylviakane8155 4 aylar önce
@LOVESICKBOY224 3 aylar önce
Yeah. Been outed as gay in my hs and it's horrible. Someone used that against me because they hated me. Though the circumstances weren't completely their fault, as I had caused it, but it isn't great to experience. Students wouldn't only avoid me like I'm some freak, but teachers would as well.
@t.l.5597 3 aylar önce
@@LOVESICKBOY224it wasn’t your fault.
All the criticisms of Glee are absolutely valid, but I think you fail to call enough attention to how groundbreaking Glee was at the time. Glee was one of the first shows ever to feature such a diverse cast where characters weren’t reduced to stereotypes, but actually had their identities explored (e.g. Asian F, where Mike Chang’s conflict between following his dreams or the path his parents have chosen for him takes center stage.) Also, Glee’s LGBT representation was a true first in mainstream television. You mentioned Kurt’s coming out as a main plot of Season 1, but make only a passing mention of Brittany & Santana in Season 2, which was arguably even more significant than Kurt’s coming out because it was something that was revealed over time. Glee also tackled a lot of serious social issues in ways that were appropriate and offered interesting commentary that explored multiple facets of the issue (e.g. religion in Grilled Cheesus, sexuality in Sexy, domestic violence in Choke, etc.) The experience of watching Glee in 2020 as an adult is entirely different from watching it during its original run as an adolescent coming to terms with their identity. Yes, any Glee fan acknowledges the countless plot holes, silly tropes, and painfully stupid moments, but Glee’s impact on pop culture and inclusion of underrepresented groups shouldn’t be overlooked.
@aliciasousa5889 2 aylar önce
Yes! I first watched glee when I was 10 y/o, and still to this day I can say how much I've learned with Glee, how to me, as kid, it was a way to open up my mind to the diversity of the world. Glee it's not something to be followed nowdays, but at that time, it was a ground breaking show.
@KristylikeKrisT Yıl önce
Watching Naya perform if I die young is too much now, rest easy you incredible powerhouse of a woman.
@Lovely2291 2 yıl önce
Watching this after Naya Rivera passed, and the scene of Santana running away after crying just kills me now
@5sos_acid_trip 3 yıl önce
I like how we all silently agree: Mike Chang never did anything wrong
@charlene.n.m. 3 yıl önce
Didn't he start dating Tina when she was still with Artie?
@arapadapa 3 yıl önce
Charlene Ngandu Mbani no Tina broke up with him I think before then
@xanderkusakabe6420 3 yıl önce
He did one tho when he texted Tina that "Rachel's one of a kind" like that's not supportive of him as a boyfriend. But other than that, yeah...
@haileygrimmius9451 3 yıl önce
Except when he reprimanded Tina when she spoke up and said she was tired of Rachel getting all of the attention. Otherwise he didn’t really do anything wrong
@Cat-oj5oj 3 yıl önce
Except get an Asian F 😂
@HannahG93 2 yıl önce
Crazy Ex Girlfriend is a great tv musical that I’m so glad that Ryan Murphy never touched. Although I would love to see the CXG writers to tackle Glee.
@leilanyx Yıl önce
i never see anyone talk about this, but i think a major reason for the shows complete shift in tone and seemingly lack of direction during season 5 was largely due to the fact finn was, essentially, the heart of the show - it's clear most of the storylines planned would have relied on finn being there. like yeah, finn wasn't an amazing character but you can really feel the loss of cory monteith in the later seasons had a major impact on the shows overall feel and quality. another note: glee's main problem is it's refusal for their main characters to actually grow and develop. quinn was the only character that actually changed and grew and then (this is from memory, so i may be wrong on this) ryan murphy threw that away for petty reasons because he wanted quinn to stay the bitchy mean girl and dianna's portrayal of quinn meant he couldn't do that anymore.
@tananario 2 aylar önce
Except nearly every other comment says the exact same thing.
@AnimalGirl345 Yıl önce
"when it was good, there was nothing else like it" honestly that perfectly encapsulates that show and why i (and probably many others) kept watching and honestly still can enjoy it now. obviously it was frustrating, at least when it was ridiculous you could laugh and make fun of it, but sometimes you would have those awesome moments that just made you forget about everything frustrating.
@kyleighmaddox2574 2 yıl önce
36:08 The Glee train would muster on. That is until it got derailed. The editing and timing gave me chills. I was watching Glee during its prime and as a fan back then and partially still to this day. Cory's death was a horrible tragedy and no matter who you supported or even knew the show. July 13 2013 was a day of sorrow and also condolences. Some people to this day miss him.
@marvelmaniacs1 11 aylar önce
I always laugh whenever I see the scene of Will telling the kids that they're all in a minority because they're Glee club cuz it's just so not true😂
@tonio6043 3 yıl önce
Remember when MARLEY had to apologise for fainting from her eating disorder. She Had to be The one to apologise because everyone was mad at her for fainting. SHE HAD TO APOLOGISE FOR HER EATING DISORDER
@janvi126 3 yıl önce
EXACTLY I got sooo mad
@paigeb1236 3 yıl önce
Ugh that still pisses me off
@SparklyGals 3 yıl önce
Plus everyone immediately forgave and forgot about Kitty being the actual damn reason why Marley developed an eating disorder. Yet Marley costing the win for sectionals kept being brought up as a joke.
And then she got suspended because she was uncomfortable wearing a bikini
SparklyGals There was a deleted scene that made this situation so much better...dont know why they deleted it.
@ladymallowyt 3 aylar önce
You're right. I don't believe glee is as fun to watch when you binge watch the series. It was excited when they released the songs before that weeks episode and we were all guessing what the plot of the episodes gonna be. I miss those days. Also, I really hated how Kurt didn't get in to NYDA and Rachel got in from harassing the deen
The scene where Santana cries while singing after Cory's death still gives me chills.
@KristylikeKrisT Yıl önce
Kurt’s rendition of I wanna hold your hand in the context of the scene he sang it in is one of the best performances of the show imo
@mygroinisonfire Yıl önce
I'm glad you mentioned the "Baby Got Back" discourse, I was upset when it happened and when I tried to explain to people why they all thought I was overreacting. Glad to see someone else saw how fucked up that was
@queenofarathia. Yıl önce
how dare you say santana and sebastian’s cover of “smooth criminal” simply “exists”
"Do you really want to see Glee do tiktok dances months after they were relevant?" That sounds awful, I absolutely want to see it.
@kpbevan_904 3 yıl önce
Can’t wait for Addison Rae to pop up as a special guest star lmao
@emilynichol1191 3 yıl önce
yeah tbh i never watched Glee cause it was good, I watched cause it was trash so Glee TikTok dances sounds great to me lol
@bwnnie 3 yıl önce
@@emilynichol1191 lmao I used to think it was such a great show but at the same time I had to skip lots of parts because I couldn't stand cringing at it
I would watch it for the cringe
@peytonl6134 3 yıl önce
@sophiakarina5322 2 yıl önce
I’m so confused at your description of the Rachel and Finn S3 ending cause it’s entirely the opposite of what actually happened. For me it captured what you were talking about with s1 doing so well - emotional stakes. Finn literally breaks up with her on their wedding day cause he acknowledges the reality that long distance and the work Rachel will need to put in to achieve her dream just won’t work congruently with their relationship. It’s quite arguably the most selfless thing a Glee character does (all to be undone 4 episodes later of course LOL).
I would have stopped watching Glee after season 3 no matter what, but losing Cory was… the end of ever enjoying Glee for me. It happened not long after my stepbrother ODed and died, so many people are me were struggling with addiction, and losing him like that was heartbreaking. The episode The Quarterback was like therapy, but it was the last episode I could bring myself to watch.
@lovelove-55s 2 yıl önce
Rachel was quite literally a horrible person and she got so much pass throught the show AND THEN they tried to make you feel bad when another character put her in her place
@gesslar 3 aylar önce
Santana breaking down in the The Quarterback brought me tears then and just watching that so brief of a clip here evoked them again.
@mangsmoof 2 yıl önce
Ryan Murphy being a choir kid explains his entire list of produced works
@Betta66 3 yıl önce
"Half white, half black, and half Jewish"? No wonder he's conflicted. He's three halves.
A *tri*-racial person?! Take *that,* Logic!
@prometheustv6558 3 yıl önce
I’m pretty he means his white side is Jewish.
@lisah8438 3 yıl önce
@@naomi4582 It is also a ethnicity or race.
@abbiezinn3352 3 yıl önce
@Lisa H It’s not a race.
@Sara-qt2ym 3 yıl önce
@@abbiezinn3352 yes it is. literally ashkenazi jewish shows up in dna tests.
@bexyPTX Yıl önce
I avoided Glee for years, but out of my post-college graduation loneliness or something like that I started the show on a whim about two months ago. I moved slowly through the show at first but as time went on I felt a need to be able to engage in the discourse around it so I finished it pretty quickly and got to the end last week. It's gotta be the most chaotic and unhinged piece of media I've ever consumed. You brought up a lot of good points here that help to understand the show a lot better. It sucks that there doesn't really seem to be much of a place in modern media now, though, for musical TV shows like this. Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist (an excellent show, by the way) got cancelled after two seasons and the fans and people making the show had to campaign really hard to get it resolved in its Christmas movie. I doubt that any more of it is gonna be made, as much as the showrunner seems to really want to. Some shows aimed at younger audiences like HSMTMTS are still on, but they feel very different. I do love that Glee seems to be making something of a resurgence with Lea Michele's real life casting as Fanny Brice (which, by the way, there was talk however many years ago of some reboot that she'd be doing with Beanie Feldstein? Absolutely wild)
@tananario 2 aylar önce
Alex Newell wins a Tony Award while Miss Oopsie I Did A Racism is sitting in the seats. ❤
@CXLVIII 2 yıl önce
as an avid glee fan, there’s nothing i hate more than this damn show… the fact that the writers got away scott-free with some of this is genuinely crazy, however there’s also a part of me that is super grateful it got me into actors like Darren Criss and even side characters like Jonathan Groff. If it weren’t for this show, i wouldn’t have discovered musical theatre and now it’s something i can’t live without.
@esmemerrell9173 2 yıl önce
the SECOND you said there was a second song you thought was great and those question marks came up i went "its got to be paradise by the dashboard light". my all time favourite performance pulls through once again
@alanah8623 Yıl önce
this is my absolute comfort video. this is pure joy and an absolute masterpiece. I am FOREVER thankful for this video and the hard work you put in!
@eiriankt Yıl önce
"But when it was good, there was nothing else like it." This sums it up perfectly. I was part of the fandom from mid-season 1/beginning of s2, through the beginning of s4 (and tried to at least read summaries until s5 when I really lost interest). There were literal live watch parties on Livejournal every week when a new episode aired. People created episode commentary blog posts complete with full screenshots and quotes and animated gifs and memes from the show. Even the people who unironically loved the show, myself included, would rant about all the dumb, weird, and/or just plain nonsensical stuff happening in each episode. But there was just enough "good" in it, to string us along and keep us coming back for more, week after week, hoping for more "good". But also, you couldn't love Glee and not poke some kind of fun at it. It was stupid, and we recognized that even as we loved it - possibly because it was stupid and insane.
@graciesaunders7418 3 yıl önce
Remember when Ryder had enough trust in the glee club to share that he had been molested and Artie and Sam acted like Ryder should BE GRATEFUL that a "hot teenage girl had played with his junk" and it was never brought up again and they faced ZERO CONSEQUENCES for it??? It still makes me angry to this day
@EuroMIX2 3 yıl önce
Unfortunate reflection of reality. There are even women who think that men cannot refuse sex from a woman, and if he does he's either gay or she's going to force herself on him anyway.
@takewhataway 3 yıl önce
That's real life.
@biazacha 3 yıl önce
That still what happens one decade later... no farfetched, just handled poorly.
@mtayl0r 3 yıl önce
@Anna-jw4vq 3 yıl önce
True! Kevin McHale also addressed this a while back and said that it was an awful scene
@LP-bi4vc Yıl önce
36:10 is one of the finest examples of effective and emotional video editing I've ever seen.
@evabrachfeld5552 2 yıl önce
hey just as an fyi for the future, the terms "wheelchair bound" and "handicapable" are not generally loved by the disability community. "wheelchair bound" just isn't super accurate because wheelchairs are tools for mobility that help people get around and live their lives, wheelchairs are not a hindrance or something that someone is "bound" to, they actually give people freedom. "handicapable" is considered to be a little patronizing, we know we're disabled, you can just say disabled. again, it's not a super huge deal, just for the future. also it was a pretty big ppoint of contention within the disability community that archie was not played by an actual wheelchair user, just because their are so many wheelchair-using actors who can't get non-wheelchair parts.
I was going to ask if handi-capable was her preferred label because otherwise it feels weird
@alim.9801 Yıl önce
I'm glad you said this bc I also was going to comment that disabled is just a better term
@calmbbaer Yıl önce
@@rebekahrhodes9512 - it does, even worse and more condescending than "differently abled."
@rikkifishy Yıl önce
Coming back two years after this video was posted and how many years after it aired, but I am still livid that Kitty faced NO consequences for gaslighting Marley into a fucking eating disorder.
@kitken9918 2 yıl önce
I still deeply and irrationally LOVE this show. Even listening to a critique makes my eyes watery as long as I hear favorite tunes on the back
@io1380 3 yıl önce
Glee is basically told from Rachel's point of view. Rachel's point of view is self-centered, cyclical, melodramatic, and mostly self-fulfilling fantasy. Exactly like a spoiled, egotistical teenager who doesn't understand why they can't do whatever they want. I knew so many theatre geeks who thought they were Rachel and also thought they could act like her.... and probably still do.
@nikeb4212 3 yıl önce
You're completely right! It also explains why so much time was spent on Rachel's silly "problems" but when other characters went through real trauma it was forgotten about within an episode because it either had nothing to do with Rachel or she wasn't there (e.g. the school shooting and Marley's eating disorder)
Like I literally remember girls who acted just like Rachel they were self-centered egotistical theater kids whi thought the world was revolved around white Broadway actors. I literally remember getting into an argument with a few theater kids in this ultimately broke my love of theater arguing about how Hamilton who is a white man shouldn’t be played by Hispanic or Latino actor because Hamilton was white even though Hamilton racepassed and could technically in today’s modern times be described as multi racial
@zachplayz8546 3 yıl önce
@@aviparmy-lthatblinkedoncew774 The only reason Hamilton shouldn't be played by a white actor is because that would mean he wouldn't have been played by Lin
@HN-kr1nf 3 yıl önce
@@aviparmy-lthatblinkedoncew774 lin manuel miranda is hispanic/latino but he's also white
@@aviparmy-lthatblinkedoncew774 You just made me think of Hamilton-centered episode of Glee. What did I ever do to you?
@loghandliv 2 yıl önce
Kurt's dad is by FAR the best character in the show. Burt Hummel has my heart.
@ZMike38 Yıl önce
So glad you covered the JoCo situation. That was a real turning point for me of Glee becoming the bully.
This show just so happens to be what got me into Fleetwood Mac. Yes glee got me into Fleetwood Mac. Also I would love for a DDD on Fleetwood Mac.
Huh my request became a reality. (I forgot about this comment)
Love this analysis. As someone who also did the late pandemic first time watch through, this video essay very eloquently hits on the almost macabre fascination that caused me to decide to watch in the first place. I think his final statement in this video sums the entirety of glee perfectly: "... but when it was good, there was nothing else like it."
@miaeager6821 2 yıl önce
I was actually obsessed with Rachel when I was younger. I dressed like her for a while too 😂 Corey’s death was very traumatic for me. He was my favorite character and I felt like he brought the heart and soul to the show. I couldn’t bare to watch season 5. It took me over 5 years to watch quarterback.
@cattledogandstaffy 3 yıl önce
Not many people talk about how after Cory's death, Sam was basically made to be a discount Finn. They deadass even put him in the same clothes that Cory wore as Finn, and had him take the same path that Finn would have. This was so apparent to me and still disgusts me to this day.
@niki6d 3 yıl önce
CaptainJacFrost It totally ruined the storyline for Sam and Mercedes. ☹️
@robynrichmond0 3 yıl önce
I admire what they were trying to do with Sam (the show needed a strong ‘everyman’ lead with Finn gone and Sam seemed like a good fit). I actually think Chord stepped up to the plate pretty well but by Season Six... when he become the coach of New Directions at the end, yeah it was blatantly apparent they just gave him Finn’s storyline. Hell, they even had time for a brief romance with him and Rachel!
@ayushi437 3 yıl önce
im sorry they put chord in the same clothes that cory wore as finn- jesus
ThatCatVal Rodrick*
@uli_Gio 3 yıl önce
Yeah I find it really bad when Sam kissed Rachel in season 6 or 5 ( can't remember which one ). And it also sucked because since we never got a conclusion of what happens to Cory/Fun, as to Rachel just moving passed it without really going back to her roots but goes bad as the seasons continue
Not only was Idina in frozen and in glee but so was Jonathon Groff Also Idina and Kristin Chenoweth were part of the original cast of wicked and through out the show several times songs from wicked were sung Also a demi song was sung in S4 then demi Lovato guest starred in the show in s5 as dani Also Kurt once said that Blaine is obsessed with Adam Lambert and Adam also guest starred in glee There might be more but those are the ones I remember now Which means there must be many doppelgangers in their world
@dra2521 3 aylar önce
The Quarterback will never fail to make me cry. Every time. You're right in saying it doesn't feel like a TV episode. It's just real people grieving.
@sarah-qn1qz 2 yıl önce
this video is incredible, i don’t think any documentary could capture it as well as you did. thank you for making this
@quirkyquips9915 Yıl önce
Every July 13 I think of Corey Monteith and think of his current age, wondering what he'd be doing. The episode of honoring him was moving & done so well.
@sargeamigo123 2 yıl önce
I’ve now watched this three different times because it’s just so well put together! I appreciate your perspective as someone focused on music production!
@GwenChan7 3 yıl önce
can we agree that they did tina so dirty giving her an unnecessary fake stutter, her rude attitude and backwards character development. Really doing the asian representation dirty. Mike Chang's character development was amazing why couldn't they do that with Tina's?
@DeeL3 3 yıl önce
. . .Mike Chang has character development?? When did that happen!?
@chrysanna8896 3 yıl önce
@@DeeL3 When he argued with his dad about being a dancer and stuff
@DeeL3 3 yıl önce
@@chrysanna8896 yea. . .no. That's not character development.
@chrysanna8896 3 yıl önce
@@DeeL3 At first he was too afraid to chase his dream and then after that storyline he got into a dance school and his father accepted him
@amirmerrity3048 3 yıl önce
@@chrysanna8896 Not development. All of that happened in 1 episode. The pure definition of RUSHED.
@lenajk2004 10 aylar önce
the chord overstreet jokes had me giggling uncontrollably for the entire video. absolutely amazing content
@belarivas6983 2 yıl önce
This video is honestly exceptional. It was clever, thoughtful and encapsulated what it is to be a Glee fan. Which is to say, what it’s like to both acknowledge moments of genius or greatness or success whilst also loathing its very existence. This gave me so much nostalgia to a time in my life where Glee was everything to me (as a 12 year old theatre kid with no friends), and how I now look back on it with a mix of genuine, unironic love and horror.
@mars-on-mars 2 yıl önce
I’ve literally never watched or even really heard of any of season 6 until watching this video. I literally kept rewatching that part because the plot points that you were saying were making my mind explode.
@DarkCaedus Yıl önce
I unironically love season 6. It feels like the writers decided “hey you know how our show is half drama and half nonsense at this point? Time to get rid of the dead weight!” and I fucking love it.
@salem_dweeb Yıl önce
41:42 "Shut the hell up, Rachel!" was basically what I was yelling throughout the entirety of this show...
@clarold 3 yıl önce
Kinda upset how you didn’t mention that Sam’s character changed every season. They did not know what to do with that character.
@tutifruity1154 3 yıl önce
oh god true
@thenvie 3 yıl önce
oh god I just remembered that they had originally written him in to be a love interest for Kurt, but then Darren Criss was a thing so they...????/f//f/fdsfdfshsd what WAS that character. also Tonight Tonight??????? became popular because his brother? glee? glee fans? whatthe
@ellymoran2167 3 yıl önce
Yeah this is so true. I also was thinking about season 3 when Sam was a STRIPPER??? HE WAS LIKE 17 WTF. They literally changed Sam’s character each season.
@yozura8056 3 yıl önce
im now on season 4 and his character is like literally on different drugs for every episode
or like when he became this weird hyper kid and starts dating nurses in season five.
@fiona5665 Yıl önce
To this day, even the mention of Cory/Fin dying and that entire episode makes me bawl my eyes out. This video was no exception
@HannAGHLightning 2 yıl önce
I was in high school while glee was actively airing and it definitely influenced our creative programs. Luckily in orchestra we didn’t do anything from glee, but we had a glee club and our drill team did heads will roll/ thriller
@dylanstobbs3297 Yıl önce
Hearing the opening notes of season of love after being in a production of rent and that episode I just cry so much. That episode is frankly amazing
@happyendings_15 10 aylar önce
Love this video (and the rest of your content) so much! I genuinely keep coming back to this because Glee was my safe space and the thing I latched onto when my parents divorced in 2010 and I went through more changes than any 13 year old should have to deal with. Was it horrible for my development? Yes, for a short time, but I was able to acknowledge its flaws several years later. While it will never again be my favorite show, it still holds a special place and I’m sure so many others feel the same. I’ll never forget waking up to a text from a friend I hadn’t talked to in over a year asking me if I’d heard about Cory Monteith’s passing. It’s a damn shame how quickly the shimmer of this show faded, but I’m grateful it did exist when many of us needed it most.
As a theatre kid who never watched Glee, but constantly felt in lurking behind every corner, I'm excited to watch this video.
@itshannah6048 3 yıl önce
MicTheSnare: craps all over glee as a show Me, a glee fan: understandable, can’t argue with you Mic: implies Glee’s rendition of “smooth criminal” is bad Me: now here’s what we ain’t gonna do
@4dultw1thj0b 3 yıl önce
I don't think he was necessarily saying it was bad, just inexplicable?
@yourstruly9013 3 yıl önce
I was on board because he pointed out Valerie as a stand-out performance, but dissing Smooth Criminal with 2 Cellos is inexcusable.
@courtally 3 yıl önce
Yeah that was a great number
@dudapanqueca 3 yıl önce
smooth criminal was great, thought the same
@MEDDlNO 3 yıl önce
Smooth Criminal was ONE of the few Several BEST covers in the whole show, it’s different, and the number was great, also because Grant Gustin’s a hottie...
@catmix 2 yıl önce
Teenage Dream, Smooth Criminal, and Thriller/Heads will roll are my top 3 songs
@rosiemarsh6840 8 aylar önce
"You know I think it's important in life to be honest and acknowledge when you don't know much about something so i'm just gonna say it: i don't know what's going on right now!" LMAO STOP. I LOVE YOU HAHAHA
THIS IS GOLD!!!! It says everything that frustrates me about the show and omg it feels good to know i'm not the only one