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"Glee" Grilled Cheesus (2010)

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Original Air Date:
5 October 2010 (Season 2, Episode 3)
Finn believes he sees the face of Jesus in a grilled cheese sandwich, and random events have the members of the Glee Club questioning religion and God. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
User Reviews:
Religion At It's Worst... well... not worst See more (3 total) »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon 
Writing credits
Ryan Murphy (created by) &
Brad Falchuk (created by) &
Ian Brennan (created by)

Brad Falchuk (written by)

Produced by
Ian Brennan .... executive producer
Bradley Buecker .... supervising producer
Dante Di Loreto .... executive producer
Brad Falchuk .... executive producer
Alexis Martin Woodall .... producer
Ryan Murphy .... executive producer
Michael Novick .... producer
Mary Robinson .... special projects producer
Kenneth J. Silverstein .... producer (as Kenneth Silverstein)
Zachary Woodlee .... co-producer (as Zach Woodlee)
Original Music by
James S. Levine 
Cinematography by
Christopher Baffa (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Doc Crotzer 
Casting by
Eric Dawson 
Carol Kritzer 
Robert J. Ulrich 
Production Design by
Mark Hutman 
Art Direction by
Michael Rizzo 
Set Decoration by
Barbara Munch 
Costume Design by
Lou Eyrich 
Makeup Department
Janis Clark .... hair department head
Monte Haught .... key hairstylist
Eryn Krueger Mekash .... makeup department head
Production Management
Ashley Contino .... post-production supervisor
Karen Romero .... production supervisor
Kenneth J. Silverstein .... unit production manager (as Kenneth Silverstein)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Pamela Kuri .... first assistant director (as Pamela S. Kuri)
Jill Maxcy .... second assistant director
Cindy King .... dga trainee (uncredited)
Roger Udwin .... second second assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Paul Breuninger .... property master
Gary Burkhart .... art department assistant
Timothy M. Earls .... set designer (as Tim Earls)
Leighanne Haddock .... buyer
Anthony Lattanzio .... construction coordinator (as Tony Lattanzio)
Gerald Lehtola .... art coordinator
Lanie Mimikakis .... assistant property master
Kelly Schultz .... set dresser
Ellis J. Barbacoff .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Peter Beck .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Elizabeth Morris .... set buyer (uncredited)
Jason Sweers .... graphic designer (uncredited)
Sound Department
Doug Andham .... re-recording mixer
Jeremy Balko .... adr mixer
Joe Earle .... re-recording mixer
Todd Murakami .... sound effects editor
Phillip W. Palmer .... production sound mixer
Zeke Richardson .... sound editor
Devendra Damon Cleary .... utility sound technician: music playback (uncredited)
Jason Krane .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Christopher Landers .... additional sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Ryan Maguire .... foley mixer for m&e (uncredited)
Patrick Martens .... boom operator (uncredited)
Gary Megregian .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
John Snider .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Christopher A. Suarez .... special effects on-set supervisor (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Tim Jacobsen .... visual effects producer
Josh Miyaji .... visual effects artist
Tim A. Davison .... stunt coordinator (as Tim Davison)
Trevor Habberstad .... stunt double
Nick Epper .... stunts (uncredited)
Tim Soergel .... stunt double: Cory Monteith (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Steve Bentley .... set lighting technician
Andrae Crawford .... second assistant camera
Jerry Day .... key grip
Adam C. Eichhorst .... grip/dolly
Glen Evans .... grip
Andrew Glover .... chief lighting technician
Dan Hofstad .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Amos James .... grip
Ken Little Jr. .... first assistant camera
Duane Mieliwocki .... camera operator
Andrew Mitchell .... camera operator
Mark Pickens .... camera dolly grip
Kurt Pomerleau .... rigging electrician
Jason Puliti .... lighting technician
Justin Stroh .... lighting technician (2009-2013)
Carlos M. Torres .... rigging gang boss
Eric C. Castro .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Glen Holland .... lighting console programmer (uncredited)
Joe Pacella .... film loader (uncredited)
Jay Sheveck .... libra technician (uncredited)
Penny Sprague .... A Camera 1st Assistant Camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Jim Carnahan .... original casting: New York
Alex Newman .... casting associate
Mike Passine .... extras casting
Guy Yosub .... extras casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marisa Aboitiz .... costume supervisor
Jennifer Iizuka .... set costumer
Jill Korengold .... costume shopper
Jill Lucas .... costumer
Elizabeth Martucci .... assistant costume designer
Sara O'Donnell .... shopper
Jessica Pazdernik .... key set costumer
Rebecca Raleigh .... costume assistant
Andrea Medina .... costume intern (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Fabienne Bouville .... assistant editor
Michael L. Holland .... post-production coordinator
Location Management
Heather Haase .... key assistant location manager
Peter Sands .... location manager
Music Department
Adam Anders .... executive music producer
Adam Anders .... producer: featured songs
Peer Astrom .... producer: featured songs
P.J. Bloom .... music supervisor (as PJ Bloom)
P.J. Bloom .... music supervisor
Blaine Cline .... music production supervisor
Brad Ellis .... musician: piano accompanist
David Klotz .... music editor
James S. Levine .... producer: musical score
Ryan Murphy .... executive music producer
Ryan Murphy .... producer: featured songs
Sara Niemietz .... musician
Elin Carlson .... a capella singer (uncredited)
Kamari Copeland .... additional vocals (uncredited)
Tim Davis .... vocal contractor (uncredited)
Heather Guibert .... music coordinator (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Thomas A. Gordon .... transportation coordinator (as Tom Gordon)
Josh Staheli .... transportation co-captain (uncredited)
Other crew
Matthew Ackerson .... production assistant
Carol Banker .... script supervisor
Bill Beck .... assistant to executive producer
Ryan Cochran .... production secretary (2009-2010)
Kevin Collins .... production assistant
Laura Forst .... set production assistant
Lawrence Gaba .... first assistant accountant (uncredited)
Elliot Gannon .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Garrett Greer .... assistant to executive producer
George Halstead .... production accountant
Matthew Hodgson .... script coordinator
Melissa Krystofiak .... set dressing coordinator/estimator (episode)
Brooke Lipton .... assistant choreographer
Stacy Solomon .... production coordinator (as Stacy A. Solomon)
Chris Whitaker .... additional medic
Zachary Woodlee .... choreographer (as Zach Woodlee)
Megan Galiber .... assistant production accountant (uncredited)
Joyce Lasley .... stand-in (uncredited)
Andrew McCulloch .... assistant production coordinator (uncredited)
Heather Palmer .... stand-in (uncredited)
Paul Scalisi .... craft service (uncredited)
Phil Scalisi .... craft service (uncredited)
Sara Stelwagen .... set production assistant (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ian Brennan  created by
Brad Falchuk  created by
Ryan Murphy  created by

Art Direction by
Christopher Brown 
Makeup Department
Linda Walker .... department head hair stylist
Art Department
Richard N. McGuire .... gangboss
Schuyler Telleen .... art department coordinator
Schuyler Telleen .... graphic designer
Hymnson Chan .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
J.A. Byerly .... rigging gaffer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nickolaus Brown .... key costumer
Transportation Department
Robert Garcia Jr. .... transportation captain
Jimmy Kaminsky .... driver
Tim Whisenant .... transportation co-captain
Other crew
Lance Mancuso .... key medic
Joshua Smith .... assistant production coordinator
Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial EffectsOther Companies
  • Encore  telecine and electronic assembly (as Encore Hollywood)

Additional Details

60 min
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

The arrangement of 'Hold your Hand', which was considered groundbreaking, was actually from Across the Universe, the Beatles's Musical.See more »
Factual errors: Sue's "civics lesson" is jam packed with misinformation about who can do what in the public schools with regards to religion. Staff are very restricted. They can not be seen as promoting or restricting any religious expression. Students, on the other hand, have just as much freedom inschool as outside school to express their religious beliefs. In this episode, the students (as long as they are not coached to do so by Mr. Shue) can sing any religious/spiritual song they wish, even a blatantly religious one, such as a hymn. Sue is the one breaking the law, not Will.See more »
Mercedes Jones:How do you know for sure? You can't prove that there is no God.
Kurt Hummel:You can't prove there isn't a magic teapot floating around the dark side of the moon with a dwarf inside of it that reads romance novels and shoots lightning out of its boobs; but it seems pretty unlikely, doesn't it?
Brittany Pierce:Is God an evil dwarf?
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Movie Connections:
References Across the Universe (2007)See more »
One of UsSee more »


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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Religion At It's Worst... well... not worst, 31 January 2015
Author: Liam Stephen

Oh My God.... this episode was just generally bad... grilled cheeses... this is actually the only episode so far when I've been supporting Kurt and Sue not because of his father but because of his views about religion... Why did they make this a god episode?! WHYYYYY?! God is a piece of crap... a piece of dog sh*t shoved in the microwave and thrown in our faces it actually disgusts me that people believe in this dog sh*t like oh my god and if you don't like the fact that god isn't real than guess what he isn't you might as well stop now cause when you die... the sad fact is you aren't going to a mystical fantasy world in the sky, but u are going to be wrote underground for eternity in nothingness. I honestly can't believe such a good show as glee can go this low i just can't get it through my head. this episode is hard to watch without laughing your ass off at the insanely stupid mindsets of people who obviously don't use the logic section of their brain... its the truth people

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