Glee ends season one with lots of Journey, both the band and character development, in a fantastic finale.
"Bad Reputation" is a Glee episode with high production value musical numbers and a relatable story.
The Power of Madonna is musically amazing, but is extremely continuity-error heavy.
Hell-O introduces Jesse St. James and Shelby Corcoran while exploring relationship drama and crazy girls.
"Sectionals" is a masterful Glee episode, but sacrifices some realism to serve their campy tone.
Mattress is a bizarre, atypical episode of Glee with a strangely sad tone.
"Ballad" brings emotional wallop on Glee, but forcing plot to fit chosen music is bad.
"Mash-Up" has no singing mash-ups, but, given the story, is likely meant in the metaphorical sense.
With little music in "Vitamin D," Glee shifts focus to personal story arcs, mostly involving the adults.
Summer finally starts firing on all cylinders.