Glee Review: Turning Tables

It's so strange to me that a show can be so good and so...not good at the same time, but sometimes Glee is capable of being just that. Take "Sadie Hawkins."

It was an interesting enough and as-yet undone idea for the series, and certainly part of the high school experiences of many, but this was so poorly written and executed that the whole thing fell flat. And that's without even mentioning the New York scenes.

You're killing me, Glee.


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