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Hold on to Sixteen 

In an attempt to recruit a few more members, Finn tracks down former teammate Sam Evans and convinces him to come back to the Glee Club.

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Kurt Hummel
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Sue Sylvester (credit only)
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Noah 'Puck' Puckerman
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In an attempt to recruit a few more members, Finn tracks down former teammate Sam Evans and convinces him to come back to the glee club. Tina comes to the defense of Mike and encourages him to pursue his dream while McKinley prepares to host the big sectionals performance. Written by Fox Publicity

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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6 December 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Kurt tells Sebastian that he doesn't like him or his CW hair. Grant Gustin later plays Barry Allen on the CW's "The Flash". See more »

Goofs

During the song 'Red Solo Cup' the drummer is sat on the floor building a tower out of extra cups but the height of the tower changes between shots until it is knocked over by Artie and Puck. See more »

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References Fight Club (1999) See more »

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Man in the Mirror
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Written by Glen Ballard and Siedah Garrett
Performed by Cory Monteith, Mark Salling, Chord Overstreet, Kevin McHale, Darren Criss, Harry Shum Jr. and the Glee Cast (New Directions)
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Amateurish!
20 March 2012 | by See all my reviews

I happened across this episode recently and watched it for 10 excruciating minutes. I have no idea why anyone thinks this is a 'superior' series - the so-called acting was non-existent, the 'stage-production' scene was awful, and the pathetic fake crowd screaming applause bizarre. My daughter's Grade 9 modern dance class is far superior to the poor timing shown by the cast (even with ridiculous 5 second editing cuts). These 'actors' and 'producers' get paid for this stuff? I despair if this is what USA TV has fallen to. What is the point of putting a fake character in a wheelchair on the stage? Simply to try to make the episode look twee so that the idiots that watch American Idols watch this rubbish. Compared to the realism of "The Secret Life of American Teenager" this is not even fake entertainment - it should make any intelligent person cringe with horror.


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