'Glee' Christmas episode recap: 5 stories in search of some holiday cheer

If you were hoping (like me) that "Glee" would pay homage to the brilliance of "Love, Actually" in its holiday-themed "Glee, Actually," you may have been sorely disappointed. But there were, like in that great Christmas movie, several storylines.And, like "Love, Actually," not all holiday tales are created equal. Thus, it is time to rank the holiday tales shared in "Glee, Actually."5. Secret Santa, aka Sue's small heart grew three sizes that dayOf course, "Glee" is pretty much contractually required to end an episode with sweetness and singing. This is, however, unfortunate. The "Secret Santa" story at the end was easily the weakest of the five.Why? Mostly this is because we've seen it all before.Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) pulls Millie Rose (Trisha Rae Stahl) the lunch lady in the faculty Secret Santa activity. After some obligatory meanness and cute scenes with Becky (Lauren Potter), Sue spies on the Rose ladies in order to get...



Want to comment on this? First, you must log in to your SideReel account!