'Glee' Episode 14 - 'Hell-o' Recap (Spring Premiere)

Hello, indeed! 'Glee' is back, and Mr. Schuester declared that New Directions needed an exciting new re-introduction to vault them into the next level, regionals. After all the glory and greatness of winning sectionals, McKinley's glee club was back to basics, thanks to reality setting in -- slushees in the face again! -- as well as Figgins reinstating Sue, who renewed her attacks on Will.

If that sounds like a spoiler to you, you haven't been paying attention to the groundwork laid in the first thirteen episodes. For more on the latest from Ohio's little singing group that could, read on after the jump.

Carrying over the excitement from the sectionals, the "Don't Rain On My Parade" musical riff played all through the opening, but that didn't stop Kurt, Mercedes and Rachel from getting the slushees in the face from the cool kids. So much for glitterati.

The more things have changed, the more there are new issues with which to be dealt. Finn, for instance, is as confused as ever. "Hello, I Love You" was the Morrison song he chose to perform for Mr. Schu, but music is the only thing Finn has in control. He's flopping on the basketball court, and completely indecisive about his love life.

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