Wishful Casting - Glee How has Neil Patrick Harris not signed up for Glee yet? After Kristin Chenoweth's stunning one episode stint, another guest star particularly one played by the multi-talented NPH would bee perfect! He's got the extensive Broadway background,fantastic comedic timing and all around this man is magnetic. I think he'd be an excellent (temporary) addition to the Glee cast! I've thought of a few roles I could see him in a) Substitute teacher with an interest in being part of the Glee Club staff - Maybe filling in for someone on mat leave or even better, filling in for Emma while she's off in Hawaii marrying Ken. b) Substitute teacher with a romantic interest in Mr. Schuester - Maybe filling in for someone on mat leave or even better, filling in for Emma while she's off in Hawaii marrying Ken. c) an combo of a) and b) Would you like to see NPH on Glee? And what sort of character would you like him to play? What other guest stars would you want to see on Glee?
Ok, so I know it's supposed to be all about Finn & Rachel and Puck & Quinn (and I'm cool with that), but I was actually hoping Puck & Rachel would have lasted beyond one episode. Why couldn't Finn & Quinn pine over Puckberry some more? Honestly, I was slightly annoyed when Rachel saw Finn's face as they were making out...maybe it's because I think Puck is hotter, and after all the longing Rachel has had for Finn (and he's still with Quinn), I think Rachel should have been allowed to enjoy the warm & fuzzies with someone else for a bit. I was also annoyed at Quinn's love-gaze during Puck's serenade to Rachel. She shot him down b/c he wasn't good enough, and now that he shows affection to someone else, she's all starry-eyed. Whatever. I was looking forward to Puck connecting with Rachel a bit more, but I suppose he did show his softer side in her tribute song (though it was done under the premise of proving himself worthy to get in her pants), and he is Puck, so I didn't expect him to turn into a marshmallow or anything, but still... I enjoyed the epi overall: there were definitely some laughs and fun song & dance sequences (enjoyed watching Will "Bust A Move" with the Gleeks; Will & Sue's swing dance number was awesome; and Emma sang beautifully during her sweet dance with Will in the bridal shop), but I was a little disappointed at the end. Will and Emma had another "parting moment" (Whyyyy?!!! These two are killin me softly...) and Rachel ended things with Puck just as, I felt, he was at the point of opening up a bit. I think he was hard and cold with her because she hurt him, and that's been his way of protecting himself (at least, that's what I want to believe, because I'm hoping he's more than a one-dimensional character). Perhaps the writers didn't want to keep them together very long because they're not "the" couple, and didn't want people to get too attached to them and lose sight of Rachel & Finn, but honestly, I felt teased with this whole Puckberry union. I'm hoping they haven't completely dropped the idea, and that there is more to come on this front in future epis...we shall see. Are there any more Puckberry lovers out there who feel my pain? Any Wemma-shippers? Sound off here...
Is it just me but I think that Quinn is a weird name for something because it's a boys name?
I came across a vid of this guy on youtube. He entered Glee's Karaoke contest (sorry Gleeks, the deadline has passed.) All I have to say is listen to his speaking voice in the Intro vid, and then listen to the video he submitted for the contest: Intro Entry Vid Here's his cover of "Don't Stop Believin": Don't Stop He's cute and he's got something a little different going on. He's also been on Ellen, so I think he's got a good shot of winning...what do you guys think?
Fall TV is back, and so is the challenge of how to watch all your beloved shows! It was fun to see what shows win your Monday Timeslots , so now let's talk the next eventful TV night: Wednesday! Add your comments below telling us what you choose to watch, record, catch later online, or have given up from your Wednesday timeslots! Wednesday at 8/7c: America's Next Top Model on The CW So You Think You Can Dance on Fox Mercy on NBC The New Adventures of Old Christine on CBS Wednesday at 9/8c: Glee on Fox Modern Family and/or Cougar Town on ABC Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on NBC Criminal Minds on CBS Wednesday at 10/9c: Eastwick on ABC CSI: NY on CBS The Jay Leno Show on NBC South Park on Comedy Central Top Chef on Bravo
I want to know what happened to the man who so believed in Glee and New Directions that he blackmailed a student into the club, with marijuana that wasn't even his! Mr. Schuester calmly accepts that Rachel does not want to be in Glee, and that she's just "not a part of it anymore" and that they don't need her? What happened Mr. Schue! What about some consistency, writers! Mr. Schue needs to keep his crew together, not ask for front row tickets to the highschool musical! What do you guys think?
When they do those solos or even in a group, are they actually singing? I highly doubt it. What do you think or know?
Now that nearly all of the new Fall shows have premiered (there's a few stragglers like Three Rivers , debuting this Sunday on CBS and White Collar , debuting in late October on USA Network ), we thought it a good time to discuss which shows have made the cut for YOU? To refresh your memory, here are the new shows that have debuted over the course of the last few weeks, separated by network: NBC The Jay Leno Show Mercy Trauma Community FOX Glee Brothers The Cleveland Show CBS NCIS: Los Angeles The Good Wife Accidentally on Purpose The CW Melrose Place (2009) Vampire Diaries The Beautiful Life (already canceled, sorry) ABC Hank The Middle Modern Family Cougar Town Eastwick FlashForward The Forgotten (TV) Shark Tank Other Bored to Death (HBO) Which of these shows have been standouts for you - enough to begin watching on a regular basis?
As you Reelers are reviewing, discussing, and commenting about the fall return of Glee here on SideReel, a lot of the feedback is (how very relevant!) about the musical selections! Many of you, and I will certainly agree though I still loved Rachel's performance of Rihanna's 'Take a Bow,' found that their main disappointment was not ending Episode 2, ' Showmance ,' with such a strong song and performance as the Pilot 's 'Don't Stop Believin'! Along with the less heartwarming and addictive performance at the end of the 2nd episode, I, along with others of you, weren't as crazy about the glee performance choices like the rap selection that could never really be performed by a live glee club. Also in further episodes, I was annoyed with the fantasy car wash scene, and the Acafellas in general, but loved Kurt's 'Single Ladies' performance both on and off the field. So, on those notes, I thought it'd be fun to hear what songs all you Glee fanatics would love to see performed by our new favorite glee club! Do you want more 'Don't Stop Believin' energy-packed classic rock songs, more current hits like the pilot's 'Rehab' or 'I Kissed a Girl'? Or are there other types of songs you'd love to see featured? Add all your dream song requests for Glee in the comments!
I just watched the pilot and second episode of this show and can say i'll watch it as long as it comes on, but the truth is who is this show aimed at? In truth no masculine male could possibly admit to watching it without another man looking at him wierd or someone popping the question (Are you gay?) But i'm a totally normal guy and while watching me it bothered me that even though alot of people would like it, word of mouth for this show will be fail unless its strictly amongst gays, females, or (Feminent) males. I just don't see the show having widespread appeal cause its content basicly blocks a certain amount of its audience. But it could become like american idol (Which i've never heard a straight masculine guy talk about, except howard stern.) and i hope for its success. What are your opinions on it do you think it will be a problem or i'm just a rambling idiot.