Glee's season finale is a great episode, but provides almost no end-of-the-year closure.
Glee's tribute to Stevie Wonder falls flat, both in performances and in story, which contains gaping plot holes.
Glee's "Sweet Dreams" suffers from major plot holes in one story, but delivers a solid installment overall.
"Shooting Star" brings gun violence into the halls of McKinley impressively, but possibly out of step with the series.
Glee returns good again, now that sweeps are over, with tons of movie song moments.
I don't care for "I Do," Glee's mess of a wedding episode that barely focuses on the wedding.
"Naked" starts out terrible, but Glee recovers as the hour unfolds.
Glee falls short of Love, Actually aspirations in a weak point for the fourth season.
Holidays and homecoming dominate Glee Thanksgiving, until it's time for Sectionals.
Glee returns with a high school-centric episode, featuring Finn becoming a grown up.