Glee (2009–2015)
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Dream On 

Will's former high school nemesis, Bryan Ryan, causes trouble for Glee Club. Rachel struggles with a life-long personal issue.

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In an episode directed by Emmy Award winner Joss Whedon, Mr. Schuester's former high school nemesis, Bryan Ryan, causes trouble for the glee club. Meanwhile, Rachel struggles with a life-long personal issue, and Artie's dreams take him on an adventure Written by Fox Publicity

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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Trivia

Neil Patrick Harris guest stars in this episode. Later, in 2011, he stars in the movie The Smurfs where Jayma Mays (Emma Pillsbury) plays his wife. See more »

Goofs

When Artie is dancing in Safety Dance, there is a J. Dew store behind him. In between shots the store goes from being opened to closed. This happens various times between shots. See more »

Quotes

Jesse St. James: A dream is something that fills up the emptiness inside. The one thing that, you know if it came true, all of the hurt would go away.
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Connections

References In the Gloaming (1997) See more »

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Piano Man
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Written and Performed by Billy Joel
Sung along to by Matthew Morrison and Neil Patrick Harris
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unbelievable
25 May 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have been a fan of glee, because the first group of episodes had characters that I understood. What a difference six months make!

What are these creators thinking? This series has become MTV with performers that nobody cares about. Nice songs done in a "broadway" kind of way, but I need to like the people doing the songs, because they're just OK. I'm not going to buy the record! This is truly the end for me. They have lost me as a viewer and I'm really sorry to say this.

I absolutely loved the first half season. I bought the HD versions of the episodes, because I couldn't imagine not being able to see them when they weren't available on the fox website. My only regret is that I don't have someone who will watch this crap and report back when they figure out that this doesn't work so I can start watching again.

I'm out of here (and the people who think this is good are grateful).


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