Glee's tribute to Stevie Wonder falls flat, both in performances and in story, which contains gaping plot holes.
Glee provides a filler with a hokey hook but good musical numbers, which gets me pondering next season's cast list.
"Shooting Star" brings gun violence into the halls of McKinley impressively, but possibly out of step with the series.
Season three may be a bit uneven for Glee, but features big events and shifting stories.
Glee disappoints overall on senior prom night, though Rachel gets a meaty story and songs.
Glee returns uneven, with some really good parts, while other scenes are cheesy.
Glee's "The Spanish Teacher" is uneven, with a lot of strange things that don't quite add up.
Glee delivers one of its best, with serious romantic discussion and growth, and deeper character development.
Glee cheers girl power in romance, politics, and facing prejudice after coming out of the closet.
Glee returns with the club down a few members, but lots of light-hearted fun and great performances.