When Artie may not be able to travel to Regionals with the group, Will challenges the kids to experience life from a different point of view.

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When Artie's chances of traveling with the group to Regionals are in question, Will challenges the kids to step out of their comfort zones and experience life from a different point of view. Meanwhile, the Glee Club hosts its first "diva-off" between Kurt and Rachel, and Sue reveals a softer side. Written by FOX Publicity

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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Lea Michele apparently was prone to flipping the chair backwards and hitting her head. Amber Riley at one point caught the edge of ramp and fell off completely. See more »

Goofs

In the scene where Kurt is rehearsing alone, attempting to sing a "high F", the notes he sings are not the same as those he plays on the piano. By the time he presses the "F" key on the piano, his voice is actually one and a half to two whole steps above the "F". See more »

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Burt Hummel: This is really getting you down, isn't it?
Kurt Hummel: I'm full of ennui.
Burt Hummel: So it's really getting you down?
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References Baywatch (1989) See more »

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Defying Gravity
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Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Performed by Lea Michele and Chris Colfer
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Excellent
19 January 2010 | by (El Salvador) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this episode. It was so refreshing to see an episode that didn't revolve around Finn and Rachel or even about Will Schuester's love life. If you're tired of seeing the same plot over and over again this episode, you're really going to enjoy this episode because (as someone has mentioned before) it has more to do with the rest of the character's develop: their lives, secrets and wishes. I think this is the best episode (after the pilot) so far... I personally think that "artie" has a far better voice than Finn and because of that I really liked to see him taking the wheel (pun intended) and nailing those 2 songs. In conclusion, this is the best episode to make you care about the rest of the cast and think that there's a lot more in Glee. I'd only like to see more developed story lines, but I guess that's part of the appeal for a lot of people: not intricate season-long story lines.


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