Maybe they'll do better with Christmas next week?
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"Movin' Out" works because it has a lot of mostly enjoyable versions of great songs. It also uses characters effectively in decent stories.
This week's episode got as much wrong as it did right.
Glee tries to draw a clear distinction between the two, but the comparisons falls flat, and the entire premise doesn't make sense.
Season four is when everything changes for Glee.
Glee kicks off its fifth season on FOX this week with part one of a two-hour Beatles tribute.
Glee's tribute to Stevie Wonder falls flat, both in performances and in story, which contains gaping plot holes.
"Shooting Star" brings gun violence into the halls of McKinley impressively, but possibly out of step with the series.
Glee has great music and nice character moments in "Guilty Pleasures," even if the premise is thin.
The story in Glee this week is pretty good, but the songs lack memorability.