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Fox’s once-incredible musical comedy has gone totally downhill — but we know exactly how to fix it!
Like the rest of the world, we absolutely fell in love with Glee when it premiered on Fox last year. The stories, the songs, the characters — Glee was a breath of creative, fresh air in an otherwise stale television landscape. But we’re now midway through the second season, and we’re sad to say the spark that first drew us in has all but fizzled out. The HollywoodLife.com staff put our heads together and came up with six major reasons we think the show is going downhill — and how to turn it around before it’s too late!
Christina Applegate is putting her baby bump to good use. The actress, 39 does a hilarious spoof promoting pole dancing for pregnant women for the comedy Web site FunnyorDie. “Glee” actress Jessalyn Gilsig and “Reno 911″ star Wendi McLendon Covey also appear in the video. “The cold pole feels good on my ‘roids,” Covey declares in an faux endorsement. Applegate looks suprisingly sexy despite her bulbous figure. »
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The holidays are here, Roomies, and it truly is the most wonderful time of the year…. Okay, there are those crowds of holiday shoppers everywhere, all so rabidly hungry for deals that they’d trade their first born for $5 off the latest Snuggie to be pimped in a commercial by an ear-killing holiday-themed song. That does make a strong case for staying indoors, shopping online, and of course, watching TV (the only true path toward happiness — and vitamin D deficiency).
Still not convinced to ride out the Yuletide retail madness from the comfort of your sofa? This week’s scoop might help. »
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Sue is a grinch on the December 7 new episode of Glee. When the glee club tries to put on Christmas (complete with a Christmas concert), we find out Brittany still believes in Santa and Sue tries to ruin the Secret Santa for the teachers. Below is a trailer and promo photos for the episode.
Finn tries to bring a little holiday cheer to McKinley High, and Artie discovers that Brittany still believes in Santa. Meanwhile, the teachers pick their Secret Santas, and one manipulative coach rigs the gift-giving in her favor in the all-new “A Very Glee Christmas” episode of Glee airing Tuesday, Dec. 7 (8:00-9:01 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. »
If you know someone who has a bad case of the blues and you want to help, there’s one place to start: Music. For centuries people have used music as a way to get in a mood, or get out of mood. We talked with Fox’s Jessalyn Gilsig and John Noble about the subject – as well as the ladies from Heart, and asked them what they listen to when they need a little Tlc. Take a listen:
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This is not my favorite song, but the performance by Darren Criss and Chris Colfer is so cute I'm willing to overlook my mild dislike for this song. We know that the glee club will be competing against Blaine's Warblers and the Hipsters on the November 30 new episode of Glee (watch the promo here). Now we have the first sneak peek of one of the Sectionals performances. Kurt seems uncharacteristically nervous during the performance, but his former McKinley High glee club members seem to enjoy watching him and are proud of him.
I'm surprised Mr. Shue isn't as excited as Rachel and the others to see Kurt performing. Don't worry, Mr. Shue, I'm fairly convinced you're going to be heading to Nationals this year. Watch the sneak peek below of Blaine and his fellow students singing.
Did you also happen to catch the video of Darren Criss singing a live »
I really liked tonight's new episode of Glee. After a very uneven second season, tonight's episode had great dancing, fun music and a good storyline about family. Also, Carol Burnett, who is hilarious. But with Kurt now moving to Dalton Academy, what will that mean for the glee club? The club will be competing in Sectionals in the next new episode on November 30. I have no doubt that the club will place in Sectionals this year, paving the way for them to head to Nationals. I also have a feeling that Blaine and the rest of the Warblers (including Kurt) will also place, creating a rivalry that will last the rest of the season.
Below is a promo for the November 30 episode of Glee.
The Competition Heats Up On An All-new “Glee” On Tuesday, November 30, On Fox
John Stamos Guest-Stars
New Directions heads to the big Sectionals competition to go »
Thanksgiving has changed ever since the first 17th century celebration that didn't even feature turkey. (Just ask "Next Iron Chef" winner Marc Forgione.)
Regardless if you brine your turkey or prefer it deep-fried, get together with friends or family or even go out of town, how you celebrate Thanksgiving is a personal choice for everybody. Even "Glee" star Jessalyn Gilsig, who's Canadian, has plans for Thanksgiving, although it doesn't include turkey.
Here's a look at a few names in Hollywood and how they're tackling Turkey Day:
"We always have a big family Thanksgiving -- the Bacons and Sedgwicks and also people that don't have anywhere else to go. We love friends coming, anybody who doesn't have a place to go, they can come over."
"I'm gonna be in La. My sister lives there, and my dad's going to fly out from Texas. Believe »
A lot of Glee spoilers have been released lately, so we've helpfully gathered all of them here for you.
First, we know that newcomer Darren Criss has been promoted to a series regular for next season (Fox already gave Glee the greenlight for season 3) and now E!Online has revealed that Harry Shum Jr., who plays Mike Chang, will also become a regular in the third season. This is terrific news. Shum is probably one of the strongest dancers in the show and, as he recently displayed, is also a pretty good singer. Will this mean that his relationship with Tina will continue into next season? We'll have to wait and see.
Everyone has also noticed that Kurt's bully has stepped up his campaign against Kurt in the last two episodes, and to a horrible degree. He's obviously covering for his buried interest in guys (as displayed when he kissed »
The cast of "Glee" comes in at No. 3 in "Extra's" Entertainer of the Year poll!
Since its 2009 premiere, the Fox phenomenon has captured the hearts and giddy souls of American audiences older than the "High School Musical" crowd, but still who crave the musical theatricality provided weekly by "Glee."
The show's avid followers download every mashup and cover, as the cast sings everything from old show tunes to new music, spotlighting artists like Lady Gaga, »
Jessalyn Gilsig has revealed that she will get a new love interest on Glee. Gilsig's character Terri divorced Will (Matthew Morrison) last season after faking a pregnancy. However, the actress told Zap2It that the writers have promised that Terri will get a new boyfriend. "I'm really excited," she said. "They tell me once and for all that my new relationship is about to start. I know who it (more) »
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Gleeks, we're about to become very unpopular here, but maybe Terri Schuester isn't completely evil and didn't deserve to be treated that way? Jessalyn Gilsig thinks Will (Matthew Morrison) has finally shown himself to be a true jerk.
We're talking about Tuesday's (Nov. 16) "Glee" episode "The Substitute," in which Will comes down with the virulent William McKinley High School bug, which infantalizes him and keeps him bedridden.
Spoilers! Please watch the episode before reading further and getting righteously angry.
Terri swoops in to take care of him: Cooking, cleaning after him, speaking baby talk, giving him his remedy movie "Singin' in the Rain," massaging him and uh, massaging him.
So here's the thing: Even if she has an ulterior motive, which is getting back together with him, what's so horrible about that? Yes, she's kind of shrewish, but you know, we kind of feel sorry for her. "Last night was a mistake, »
The November 16 episode of ‘Glee’ gave us everything we love about the show — singing, dancing & drama!
Tonight’s episode of Glee, “The Substitute,” was all about substitutions — the things that provide comfort for us when something else isn’t available. Of course, this was also the episode featuring the fabulous Gwyneth Paltrow, but we’ll get to that shortly.
Let’s take it from the top, shall we? Power-hungry Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) took down Principal Figgins by getting one of her sick minions to sneeze on him, and shortly after did the same to Mr. Schuester. After hallucinating that the members of New Directions were small children (which is a terrifying thought), he decided maybe he could succumb to bed rest, and left the Glee club to fend for themselves.
Never one to be put in a corner, Rachel (Lea Michele) grabbed the reins and announced she’d be taking over in Mr. »
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The actress reports that her character, Terri, will reunite with Matthew Morrison’s character, Will, states Digital Spy. “She and Will get to kind of quietly be together, the way they must have been before everything blew up,” Gilsig reveals.
But she is hoping for more as she believes the two need “adult stakes, stakes that are bigger than glee club and high school.” Sounds like Gilsig’s character plans to take charge.
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Well, the former Mrs. Schuester is back on the Tuesday, Nov. 16 episode thanks to her ex-husband Will's (Matthew Morrison) falling sick and needing some Tlc.
"It's one of those vulnerable times in your life when can only accept help from those who know you the best, and that's Terri," Gilsig tells Zap2it. "She comes to nurse him because she knows what he likes. What she does is this baby talk that he likes.
"It's sweet. You see two lonely people reconnecting in an unexpected way. Their defenses are down, and I think that's the first time we've ever really seen them that way."
Terri and Will won't spend all their time alone though. Another hot blonde, substitute teacher Holly Holiday (Gwyneth Paltrow), enters the scene. »
Jessalyn Gilsig has revealed that she has some "sweet" storylines with Matthew Morrison on Glee. Speaking to TV Guide, Gilsig explained that her character Terri will reunite with Morrison's character Will in tonight's episode. "Will needs a friend, and it turns out that he doesn't have any," she said. "Terri's his last option... She and Will get to kind of quietly be together, the way they must have been before everything (more) »
- By Catriona Wightman
Terri Schuester is returning to Glee. Consider yourself warned.
On tonight's episode, the character nurses a sick Will in bed, a development Jessalyn Gilsig understands not all viewers will be pleased to see.
"She and Will get to kind of quietly be together, the way they must have been before everything blew up," Gilsig tells TV Guide. "It's really sweet... whether or not it's healthy."
Gilsig signed on to remain a series regular over the summer, but has only appeared in one episode of season two. The actress says she was surprised that she was brought back at all because "Terri's not integrated in the school, so it was hard to see how she would hang around."
So, how does Terri integrate herself into action at school? By cozying up to someone new at William McKinley. What, did you think Terri was finished with her scheming ways?
"Crazy as she is, »
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Except for one slightly unhinged and all-too-brief run-in with Will and Emma ("Oh, hey, homewrecker!"), Terri Schuester has been strangely sidelined this season on Glee. Over the summer, the series' executive producers not only defended her faux pregnancy-inducing paranoia, but teased her big return.
"The thing about a show like this is you need villains. We love writing for her, and she's moving to all of us," Ryan Murphy said in July. "I think what she needs to do is date someone who will make Will pea green with jealousy. We're trying to figure out who that is."
Before that happens, Jessalyn Gilsig says her polarizing character will finally re-emerge in Tuesday's episode in a rather surprising way.
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I've posted a ton of new Glee media lately, including the full audio versions of songs for the November 9 new episode of Glee (as well as a sneak peek of new guest star Darren Criss performing "Teenage Dream"). We also posted Glee spoilers earlier today from Carol Burnett.
Now Fox has released two sneak peeks, showing the return of Puck (Mark Salling) after being absent for a few episodes. The second sneak peek has Puck regaling Brittany, Santana and Artie with a story of a fierce juvie fight over a waffle. It's amusing. Make sure to tune in to Glee tomorrow night.
New Directions Rocks On An All-new “Glee” On Tuesday, November 9, On Fox
After Finn and Sam find an unconventional way of controlling their urges, a few glee club members pick up on the strategy and start using it too. But when Coach »
Here's a sneak peek at Gwynnie and Matthew Morrison on the set staying dry, courtesy of E!online. Hmm, isn't it romantic? We wonder how Emma (Jayma Mays) or Terri (Jessalyn Gilsig) will feel about this.
According to the site, she'll also be singing and dancing to a mashup of "Umbrella" and "Singin' in the Rain" with Morrison, Mark Salling and Chris Colfer. We're not always crazy about prop choreography, but canes and umbrellas are an exception.
Paltrow will play a substitute teacher who comes in for Mr. Schue, but obviously their paths cross also. "The Substitute" airs on Tuesday, Nov. 16 on Fox.
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