The Glee Club gets ready to perform at the Nationals in New York. Finn and Rachel have an emotional moment on stage during the competition.
Did You Know?
The music playing over the first scene, in which Rachel stands in Times Square thrilled to be in New York City, is from George Gershwin's 1924 composition "Rhapsody in Blue." Although Gershwin wrote a great deal of classic Broadway music, this piece is more often performed by symphony orchestras; its association with New York City and Broadway instead comes from its use in the opening montage of New York scenes in Woody Allen's movie Manhattan
(1979). See more
When Brittany and Santana are talking by the lockers Brittany's fringe alternates between being pinned back and hanging loose. See more
Hi. So, what's so important?
Uh... These are for you
[gives her flowers
I thought since we're both captains and all that, we should write a duet for Nationals.
But the tie, the flowers, Central Park?
It's, uh, a work date. Totally professional.
References Breakfast at Tiffany's
Someone to Watch Over Me
Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin See more