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This week, Glee pays tribute to the legendary Billy Joel, but they don't sing "We Didn't Start the Fire," which is a pretty big letdown. In all sincerity, this is the type of Glee episode that I love, one that introduces (or reintroduces) audiences to a classic artist and puts a fun spin on the tunes. I also adore "Movin' Out," because it's got a lot of Sam action, including some prime shirtless time. Old Trouty Mouth has decided to pursue a career in male modeling, a choice I fully support. Accompanying him to New York is Blaine, who takes a big step this week by being honest with Kurt about what he wants for his future. Jake, Marley, and Ryder are dealing with an uncomfortable love triangle (again) back in Lima, and Artie has taken it upon himself to singlehandedly convince Becky to go to college. Since when are they great friends? »

- Maggie Pehanick

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