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Glee comes back and how!



Ok I take my words back.. In fact am very busy eating them now! I am back to being a “Supergleek”. Glee’s “Girls (and Boys) on Film” was an interesting and entertaining episode. William Shuester finally came up with an idea to put Gleeks back on top.
First things first – Good points: Blaine and Kurt’s rendition of Moulin Rouge’s “Come what may” is by far the best on the show. I could feel the hurt Blaine felt with the song. Darren Criss is growing stronger and stronger with each passing day and it is no wonder that he has become one of the most popular actors on Glee today.


And Wow! Shuester hunting Emma to win her love back was just so creatively put together. When I watched John Cusack (the cutest man alive, according to Susie) in thatboombox scene from “Say Antyhing”, I thought so here’s a scene that no man can do as good as this guy. But boy was I wrong! Will was so charming Emma had to surrender to his manly charms.

I think only Glee creators know how to mix two songs and deliver a great mash-up. "Old Time Rock and Roll" and "Danger Zone" mash-up from the boys was quite an idea. I thoroughly enjoyed the episode because of these great, off-the-hook mash-ups. And also who can forget Finn coming back to New York City on Santana’s insistence to win his love back by beating up the new bad guy, Broody (He’s infact “plastic” as Santana bluntly and oh-so-honestly puts it ;)). Finn kissing Emma in the 13th episode, this season, only made viewers cringe with disgust. But thank god! They didn’t drag it. It would have been such a ridiculous and a very lousy love triangle. I am so grateful to Glee creators that they are getting Finchel back together! 
 
It was heat-warming to see, Ryder finally accepting Unique Wade for what she is (Yes, I am gonna respect Wade by calling him a “she” – did you see the “Diva” episode, Man is she the greatest diva). Glee is so good at this – teaching how to be comfortable in your own skin. From Kurt to Wade, they have made what were deemed to be “socially awkward issues” seem so normal. I mean they don’t even seem like issues any more. The word is “acceptance”. Glee has all kinds of people – Heterosexuals, Homosexuals, Bi-sexuals, “Uniques”, student with Down’s syndrome, Bullies, Sissies everybody, which makes me think that the theme of Glee apart from music is acceptance, which has made the show a “morally upgraded” one.
So to sum up, Glee is back! (In my face, yes, In my face)!!



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