Glee (2009–2015)
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Showmance 

Glee Club performs in front of the school for the first time and surprises everyone in the audience. Meanwhile, Rachel realizes her feelings for Finn.

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The Glee Club performs in front of the school for the first time and pushes their performance to the limits. When Quinn realizes Rachel's realizes her feelings for Finn, she goes to great lengths to keep her man. Meanwhile, Mr. Schuester's wife reveals some surprising news, forcing Will to figure out a new way to make ends meet. Written by NBC Publicity

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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Trivia

Heather Morris, who plays Brittany, originally came to Glee to teach the cast choreography but was liked by the producers so they wrote a character for her. See more »

Goofs

The suicidal celibacy student's glasses don't have glass in them. See more »

Quotes

Will Schuester: Everybody loves disco!
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Connections

References Saturday Night Fever (1977) See more »

Soundtracks

I Say a Little Prayer
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Music by Burt Bacharach
Lyrics by Hal David
Performed by Dianna Agron, Naya Rivera, and Heather Morris
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Can't suspend disbelief when they do this
9 September 2009 | by (St. Louis, MO) – See all my reviews

On the final solo, the soloist's voice is processed with Auto-tune, strongly applied so that her voice snaps unnaturally from note to note. It doesn't sound right, and is certainly inappropriate for a show that purports to be about talented high schoolers. If anyone could find a way to use it in competition (not likely), they'd be immediately disqualified. And, when I hear a professional doing it, it sounds artificial (I'm sure it's supposed to), and gets tiresome well before the tenth time I hear the song playing on the radio or retail background music.

Yecch!


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