Glee (2009–2015)
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Vitamin D 

Will challenges the kids to a healthy dose of competition with boys against girls in a mash-up showdown. Meanwhile, Terri takes a job as the school nurse, despite having no medical experience, to keep an eye on Will.

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Will fears that the kids take victory for granted and won't perform any more. He tries to challenge them by opposing boys and girls in a contest to choose the last song. Will's wife Terri gets jealous and schemes to be made school nurse. However unqualified, she systematically prescribes medication. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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7 October 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Sue says, "I'm not an American citizen. I was born in the Panama Canal zone. But I managed to get a passport. And run for office twice." This is a reference to Arizona Senator John McCain, who was born in the Panama Canal Zone and who ran for the presidency of the United States in 2000 and 2008. See more »

Goofs

Terri says that the Pseudoephedrine products are "simple over the counter" items that you can get in the store with no problem. Actually, the US regulates the sale of pseudoephedrine products, limiting a person to how much they can by in the store. Most stores scan the license in store and it would prevent Terri from getting as many boxes as she did, unless she bought some herself as well. See more »

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Will Schuester: I've got to figure out some way to motivate them.
Emma Pillsbury: Okay, well, you, um, you could... oh, what about a sticker board? That's how my parents got me to do chores when I was a kid. Right, so I'd do a chore and then I'd get a star, and then...
Sue Sylvester: Oh, dear god, please, please... stop talking. I'm trying desperately to ignore the treacly sweet inanity of your asinine conversation, but now I've got bile in my mouth and I will hold my tongue no further. You know what this is?
[holding up her clipboard]
Sue Sylvester: It's ...
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References Swimfan (2002) See more »

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Break My Stride
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Written by Matthew Wilder and Gregory Prestopino
Performed by Matthew Wilder
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