I recently posted sneak peeks and promo photos from the November 18th new episode of Glee. Now FOX has released photos for the November 25th episode, which will feature Eve as a guest star. Check them out below. THE CLUB LEARNS HOW TO MOVE IN A WHOLE NEW WAY ON AN ALL-NEW GLEE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, ON FOX Rapper Eve Guest-Stars Concerned that Sue is up to no good, Will pays a visit to an instructor of a competing Glee Club (guest star Eve) to see what information Sue may be leaking, which leads to the club getting a look at their hair-rising competition. Meanwhile, Kurt gives Rachel a makeover to impress Finn, but he may have ulterior motives in the all-new Hairography episode of GLEE airing Wednesday, Nov. 25 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (GLE-111) (TV-14 D) Source Here
A couple more videos on the new Glee episode airing Wednesday night--you know, that thing about Rachel apparently having a huge crush on Will, a crush that's waaay bigger than we all thought. So much for her claiming Will's out to wreck her. Again, these videos are from the nice folks at E! Online, and these videos pretty much set up why Will feels absolutely troubled about the prospect of having your lead female singer be absolutely infatuated with you. Video one: Will and Rachel perform "Endless Love", which is absolutely cheesy, but thankfully, voiceovers make the experience a welcome one. I mean, imagine what they all say. To Read More Click Here .
There were a lot of surprises on TV this week. We learned that The Chief is a secret drinker who has fallen off the wagon on Grey's Anatomy . Dexter killed an innocent man. On 90210, Jackie threw Silver the birthday party of a lifetime - and then gave her a surprise of a different sort. And Glee 's Sue Sylvester made us see something deeper about the emotional terrorist in a track suit. Welcome to Top Moments: Surprise Party Edition. 12. Worst Walkout: During a Larry King Live interview, former Miss California USA Carrie Prejean told King he was being inappropriate when he asked why, if religious freedom is so important to her, did she settle her lawsuit against the pageant? When King moved on to a take a call from a gay viewer who asked about her stance on same-sex marriage, Prejean took off her mic and said she was going to walk off. But she had a new book to plug (Google it), so she wasn't going anywhere. Way to take a stance, Carrie! 11. Most Sobering Moment: Grey's Anatomy finally gets to the bottom of what's been eating at the Chief. At the end of an episode in which he botches a routine surgery and Adele accuses him of being unfaithful again, we learn that the Chief's mistress actually comes in a bottle. Someone alert Joe the bartender, the Chief is off the wagon. 10. Best Lie: On House , the cranky doc wants to prove to Cuddy that he's reliable by offering to babysit. Cuddy lies and says she brought the baby to day care, but as House leaves, he hears baby noises coming from the other room. Busted! House enters to find Lucas - his former P.I. - watching the baby. 9. Best Way to Get Fired: After learning that the Brits are planning to sell Sterling Cooper, Don begs Lane Pryce to fire him, Roger and Bert so they can break their contracts and go out on their own. In exchange, they make Lane a partner in their new firm. This sets into motion a caper-like plot that re-energizes Mad Men , as Don & Co. recruit a skeleton crew to steal and move their client files over to the new headquarters of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Very good; happy Christmas! 8. Biggest Tear Jerk: At Khloe Kardashian and L.A. Laker Lamar Odom's rehearsal dinner, which was broadcast on E!'s Keeping Up with the Karsdashians: The Wedding, Bruce Jenner, Khloe's stepfather, gave a surprisingly sincere, moving speech that honored Robert Kardashian, Khloe's late father. 7. Best Mistake: On Dexter , our favorite serial killer offs a man who he believes murdered a model. But he second-guesses himself when police arrest the man's assistant for the same crime. For the first time, Dexter has broken his code and killed an innocent man. He's just like any other murderer now. 6. F for Effort Award: Is Heroes even trying anymore? In a Fight Club-like twist, Matt Parkman throws himself in front of a hail of gunfire, making the ultimate sacrifice to rid the world of Sylar. It's a sad moment, as the episode ends with Parkman in pretty rough shape. It would be quite a cliff-hanger... if the previews for next week didn't then show Peter healing Matt. Add "suspense" to the list of things the show has given up on. (See also: credibility, continuity, excitement, ratings.) To Read More Click Here .
Don't stop believin', Gleeks! There's another Glee soundtrack heading your way. Columbia Records has announced that Glee: The Music, Volume 2 will hit stores on Dec. 8 and has already released its impressive track list, most of which have yet to appear on the Fox series. Among the notable covers: Kelly Clarkson's "My Life Would Suck Without You," Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors," Van Halen's "Jump" and John Lennon's "Imagine." Check out the full list below: "Proud Mary" "Endless Love" "I'll Stand By You" "Don't Stand So Close to Me/Young Girl" "Crush" "(You're) Having My Baby" "Lean on Me" "Don't Make Me Over" "Imagine" "True Colors" "Jump" "Smile" (Lily Allen) "Smile" (Charlie Chaplin) "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" "Don't Rain on My Parade" "You Can't Always Get What You Want" "My Life Would Suck Without You" Which song are most looking forward to seeing on the musical dramedy? Source: TVGuide.com - Glee Announces Tracks for Second Soundtrack Album
Somebody has a crush on Mr. Schuester and she is willing to clean his toilet. Next week on " Glee ", Rachel who is played by Lea Michele is seeing stars on Will's eyes. "So I have to sing songs for her to keep her back. I think Will handles it well. We do a duet of 'Endless Love'," Matthew Morrison said in an interview with TV Guide. In "Ballads", Will has the Glee Club split up into pairs to sing their favorite ballad, but when one kid gets sick, he's forced to step in and winds up in a sticky situation. Meanwhile, Finn has dinner with Quinn's parents. The episode airs on Wednesday, November 18. Some songs that may appear on the episode beside "Endless Love" include Madonna's "Papa Don't Preach", John Lennon's "Imagine", and a mash-up between The Police's "Don't Stand So Close to Me", and Gary Puckett and the Union Gap's "Young Girl". Matthew Morrison said the mash-up is his favorite to sing. All the songs that are performed from this week's episode to the end of the year will be included in the second compilation CD "Glee: The Music, Volume 2". It will be released to U.S. record stores on December 8. Source & Preview
Watch a preview of Glee "Wheels" Episode 9 which airs Wednesday November 11 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. Synopsis: When Arties chances of traveling with the group to Regionals are in question, Will challenges the kids to step out of their comfort zones and experience life from a different point of view. Meanwhile, the Glee Club hosts its first diva-off between Kurt and Rachel, and Sue reveals a softer side in the all-new Wheels episode of Glee airing Wednesday, Nov. 11 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. Source & Preview
In Wednesday's episode of Glee , the glee club members spend time in wheelchairs to get a feel for what their pal Artie (Kevin McHale) does on a daily basis. The story line has caught the attention of actors with disabilities and their advocates, according to The Associated Press. Advocates see the casting of McHale, who is not disabled, as a lost chance for someone with an actual disability to get the role. "I think there's a fear of litigation, that a person with disabilities might slow a production down, fear that viewers might be uncomfortable," Robert David Hall (CSI) told AP. "I've made my living as an actor for 30 years and I walk on two artificial legs." Hall is among several actors with disabilities currently on TV, including Daryl "Chill" Mitchell ( Brothers ), RJ Mitte ( Breaking Bad ) and Michael Patrick Thornton ( Private Practice ). Brad Falchuk, Glee's executive producer, notes that they did attempt to bring diversity to the Fox series. "We brought in anyone: white, black, Asian, in a wheelchair. It was very hard to find people who could really sing, really act, and have that charisma you need on TV," he told the AP. Source Here
A new Glee romance may be taking center stage soon. "My character [gets] a little love interest," says Kevin McHale, who plays Artie Abrams, the only glee member in a wheelchair. Though McHale wouldn't say who the lady is, he did drop a few hints. "It's somebody that's already introduced and we already know. The two of them hit it off because they have something in common about themselves." McHale also says the upcoming episode, "Wheels," has a more serious side as it focuses on his character's limitations. "There are a lot of harsh laughs. I think it's probably the most moving [episode] in terms of the seriousness of it," says McHale. In the episode, Mr. Schu encourages his glee club to raise money for wheelchair accessible transport costs to regionals for Artie (who performs a poignant "Dancing with Myself" solo this week). The group also rallies behind their handicapped friend by performing a high-adrenaline, wheelchair number together. And let's just say it's set to a very fitting tune. "You also get a little back story on why Artie is in a wheelchair," says McHale. Overall, McHale says he's happy to represent a character in a wheelchair on TV. "I think what's great about it is just because he's in a wheelchair, he can still do what everyone else does," says McHale. But contrary to popular belief, all those wheelie-poppin' moves during performances haven't done much for McHale's upper body strength. "Everyone always asks me if I have arm muscles now," says McHale. "Nope. Still weak. I have a light wheelchair and I'm not heavy enough to actually gain any muscle, so I'm not getting anywhere!" Source Here
As if you couldn't add any more points to Glee's Quinn-Finn-Puck-Rachel love quadrangle, a new glee club member is being added to the mix. We sat down with Chris Colfer to get the dirt on who else is crushing on the cool kids. Colfer also discusses the "Defying Gravity" diva-off and the return of one wicked guest-star and the possibility of another ... To Read More Click Here .
* Criminal Minds (9/8c CBS) Gavin Rossdale is better known as a musician than an actor, but he gets to meld the two professions when he guest stars as a rock star in this episode. As the team tracks a serial killer, they make the connection that the murders seem to match up with the touring schedule of a goth rocker (Rossdale) that they suspect has become lost in his dark stage persona. * 43rd Annual CMA Awards (8/7c ABC) Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood host the 43rd annual CMA Awards at the Sommet Center in Nashville, and it promises to be a memorable event. The gala boasts unusual artist parings, such as Kenny Chesney and Dave Matthews sharing the stage, and Vince Gill performing with Daughtry. Kid Rock is slated to duet with Jamey Johnson, who is nominated for four awards tonight. Another performer with four nominations, Taylor Swift, hopes to add to her burgeoning trophy case in a year that has seen her gain everybody's stamp of approval except for Kanye West's. * Return to Duty (9/8c MTV ) In honor of Veterans Day, MTV is debuting a documentary that offers a very personal and candid look at life in a war zone. When we last saw Real World: Brooklyn alum Ryan Conklin, he was putting his life on hold to return to Iraq for his second tour of duty with the U.S. Army. Cameras continued following Conklin (who enlisted after 9/11), from his final moments at home with his family to the streets of Baghdad, where he's serving as a patrol gunner. Rarely is reality TV this real. * Nip/Tuck (10/9c FX ) Teddy certainly is creepy - just like Colleen Rose, come to think of it. That Sean sure knows how to pick 'em. What'll Teddy do tonight? Or, perhaps, what'll that opera-loving attacker (Matthew Glave) do to her? Meanwhile, it appears that Matt's career as the Marcel Marceau of crime is over. Taking a bullet can do that. And this McNamara family crisis has roused Julia from New York, as Joely Richardson makes her first appearance this season. * Glee (9/8c Fox "Defying Gravity." You know, that blockbuster from Wicked. It's a song for a girl, but Kurt thinks he can sing it better than Rachel at the regionals. We'll see. Meanwhile, the bus that'll take the glee kids to the regionals isn't equipped to handle Artie's wheelchair, and that presents a problem. So does Principal Figgins' insistence that Sue hold an open tryout to fill Quinn's slot on the Cheerios. But it'll expose a side of Sue that you certainly haven't seen before. Source Here