'Glee' season finale: Spreading the love around 'New York'


"Being in New York is like falling in love over and over again." -- Rachel BerrySeries creator Ryan Murphy may have spent two years getting New Directions -- and us -- to Nationals with a focus (especially in season two, as we wrote earlier) on music over story -- on singles, if you will, instead of a concept album. But that all changed Tuesday (May 24) with "Glee's" second season finale.Murphy brought the story-telling back strong and, to quote Lenny Kravitz, totally let love rule. The show was literally awash in the four letter word. Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) -- who gives up his Broadway dream for his kids -- loves the Glee-sters. Rachel (Lea Michele) loves Broadway. Finn (Cory Monteith) loves Rachel.  And, goshdarnit, she loves him back. Why not? She won't have to choose between him and a Broadway career for a year -- and hey, didn't Patti Lupone herself tell her to...



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