Glee's season finale is a great episode, but provides almost no end-of-the-year closure.
"Shooting Star" brings gun violence into the halls of McKinley impressively, but possibly out of step with the series.
Glee falls short of Love, Actually aspirations in a weak point for the fourth season.
"Dynamic Duets" feels like a great Glee episode, until one stops and thinks about the plot.
Glee returns with a high school-centric episode, featuring Finn becoming a grown up.
Glee ends a bit uneven, but with lots of well-earned tears, and a couple hints at the future.
Glee gives supporting characters their due, than slays Nationals in a sweet victory!
Several characters "Choke" in the latest Glee, on a quiz, a college audition, and standing up to an abusive spouse.
Glee delivers some powerful stories, pushing a pretty great Regionals performance to subplot status.
Glee delivers one of its best, with serious romantic discussion and growth, and deeper character development.