'Glee': 10 important lessons learned from 'Lights Out'

Who says you can't deal with multiple serious issues in a single hour of television? "Glee" doesn't seem to have any problem with that at all! After all, in "Lights Out," we dealt with sexual molestation, the nature of relationships and trust, and how to sing during a power outage. All in one hour!What else was learned from this "Glee" episode? Keep reading for the 10 most important lessons learned from "Lights Out."WARNING: There is sarcasm and subtly implied criticism ahead. If you can't handle that, this probably isn't the article for you.1. Sexual molestation in childhood is a serious and disturbingly common issue that can be effectively dealt with in a few minutes of screen time. Also, teachers have to report the crime, even if they don't have to explain to their students why making jokes is totally inappropriate and should stop.2. Santana (Naya Rivera) is the most awesome person on "Glee," as...



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