People are either going to violently love or violently hate this week’s episode of Glee, ‘Shooting Star’, and not for the reasons they usually do. For this isn’t about song choices or relationship troubles, but about Glee tackling a ‘very special’ issue a more
Glee loves dealing
with sensitive, topical, controversial issues. From teen suicide to
domestic violence, nothing is off limits, even if it probably should be.
In "Shooting Star," two gunshots go off in the school, leaving everyone
terrified. Read more
For a show often comprised of caricatures instead of characters, Glee sure knows how to flip the tone from silly to serious with the snap of a finger.
Or the shooting of a gun as the case was on tonight's return episode, " Shooting Star ."
In the s more
"Shooting Star" wasn't perfect. It wasn't even in the same ballpark as perfect. But I think it was at least been standing in the parking lot of the ballpark, because what Glee did well in "Shooting Star," it did very well. Read More... http://www.tv.com/n more
This episode focuses only on McKinley and tackles a hot-button issue: school shootings. With the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings still fresh in our heads and the recent debates in Congress over gun-control laws, it seemed it was only a matter of ti more
"Glee" as a drama is problematic at best. The show really works best when it embraces its ludicrous musical comedy concept and makes us laugh. While there have been a few dramatic moments that work -- Kurt coming out to his father in Season 1 immediately more