Glee Sneak Peeks: Guess Which Two Opposites Are Attracting? - Featured

It is so on! As Mark Salling, who plays Glee 's mohawked meathead Puck, told us earlier this year, the glee club is a practically a den of iniquity: "Everyone's hooking up with everyone." Indeed, the love polygon loop is closed next Wednesday on Glee when Puck hooks up with...Rachel (Lea Michele)? Wait a minute: Didn't he throw a Slushee in her face in the pilot? How could this happen? As Lea Michele says, "Rachel's definitely got a spot in her heart for Finn (Cory Monteith), but let's just say that Finn's not the only guy Rachel gets to have fun with this season." You can see the initial Puck-Rachel hookup in the sneak peek below, and then click in to see Puck serenade Rachel. Keep your eyes on the backup singers, and you'll spot Finn fighting off the green-eyed monster, and Quinn (Dianna Agron) seeing Puck through new eyes... Anybody else suddenly shipping Rachel-Puck? Last but not least, while we've got your attention, check out Mr. Shu (Matthew Morrison) doing bowdlerized '80s novelty rap. Glee airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Fox, and it's still freaking awesome. (If this show collapses in the back nine or in season two, it will be nothing less of a travesty, because the first 13 have been magical.) Check out the promos: E!Online - Glee Sneak Peeks: Guess Which Two Opposites Are Attracting?

Preview of 'Glee' 1.08: Mash-Up

Sunglasses, a wedding dress and a hallway mess, " Glee " will be one confusing episode next week. In a shocking reversal of roles, McKinley High's cool kids are dethroned in an "icy" fashion, and that means throwing a glass of icy drink right on the face. Meanwhile, Will composes a mash-up for a very special occasion after inspired by the students and Sue shows off her softer side. The episode entitled "Mash-Up" is airing on Wednesday, October 21. Being snubbed from NBC's Macy's Day Parade, "Glee" will commence with the national tour. "We're going to do what 'American Idol' has done and put the kids on the road," creator Ryan Murphy tells the New York Post. "It all equals revenue streams for Fox." Filming for the first season ends in Spring 2010, thus the jaunt may begin around summer. Besides, the songs coming out of the show have become hits on iTunes that Columbia Records is going to release a compilation of covers called "Glee: The Music, Volume 1" on November 3. It will go on sale for $9.99. To Watch The Preview Click Here . Source Here