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‘Glee’ dancing back on to the screen

Alex Rago
Staff Writer
acr4144@lhup.edu

February 27, 2013

Well Gleeks, Glee is back! After going on a three-month hiatus and showing a very provocative never-aired Christmas episode from 2012 before the break, writers Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan have brought back the show making sure it hits all the high notes.

Who knew that these writers could again put in a twist that no one saw coming. With Artie Abrams and Tina Cohen-Chang tied for Valedictorian, Sue Sylvester is up to her evil ways again plotting best friends against one another and forcing them to compete for the honorary spot.

And let’s not forget about the chaos in New York. “Funny Girl” rehearsals are finally underway and Rachel Berry is more of a diva than ever. However, when Santana auditions to be Rachel’s understudy, the high school competition between the two is blazing once again forcing one of them to leave their shared apartment and become the “Frenemies” they always were.

In addition, Kurt is suspicious that the amazing star child, Elliot (played by guest star Adam Lambert) is after his band. But upon further investigation realizes his mistake, in turn portraying their relationship to be closer than it should, seeing as Kurt and Blaine are still engaged. Who knows what will happen next week as these controversies continue and the tension between these “Frenemies” builds.

The song list consisted of  “Don’t Rain On My Parade” originally from the musical Funny Girl, “I Believe In A Thing Called Love” by the Darkness, “Whenever I Call You Friend” by Kenny Loggins, “My Lovin’” by En Vogue, “Brave” by Sara Barellies, “Every Breath You Take” by The Police, and “Breakaway” by Kelly Clarkson.

 

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