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TV Review: Glee – “Bad Reputation”

"Bad Reputation" is a Glee episode with high production value musical numbers and a relatable story. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Home”

Home provides some emotional moments as characters search for where they belong. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “The Power of Madonna”

The Power of Madonna is musically amazing, but is extremely continuity-error heavy. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Hell-O”

Hell-O introduces Jesse St. James and Shelby Corcoran while exploring relationship drama and crazy girls. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Sectionals”

"Sectionals" is a masterful Glee episode, but sacrifices some realism to serve their campy tone. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Mattress”

Mattress is a bizarre, atypical episode of Glee with a strangely sad tone. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Hairography”

Glee's "Hairography" is all about distractions, which Quinn and Terri use so they can behave badly. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Ballad”

"Ballad" brings emotional wallop on Glee, but forcing plot to fit chosen music is bad. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Wheels”

"Wheels" is Glee's first big episode about equality for those with disabilities and drastic differences. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Mash-Up”

"Mash-Up" has no singing mash-ups, but, given the story, is likely meant in the metaphorical sense. Read More »