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
by Melissa Albert
This week, the " Glee " kids reveal the embarrassing stuff that makes them tick. No Schue, no Finn, no Emma and (almost) no tears: best episode of the season!
Turns out Sam’s an outsider artist, whose weirdly good macaroni po more
This was a solid episode that even managed to squeeze in some non-batshit-crazy public service announcements, which was both weird and welcome. I haven't been this un-conflicted about Glee 's messages since Season 2. Read More...
Like all of the greatest stories of our time, this week’s Glee begins with the theft of macaroni. Blaine tries to give Sam some money, because he’s seen him smuggling pasta out of the cafeteria and thinks it’s because his family is strug more
Since this week's "Glee" episode is "Guilty Pleasures," I feel that I should begin by admitting a guilty pleasure of my own: I liked this episode. I mean, I really liked it a lot. So if you were planning to read this with the intent of mocking "Glee" (som more