Glee (2009–2015)
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Will and Emma tie the knot on Valentine's Day, with current and former members of New Directions reuniting in Lima to celebrate.

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Will and Emma tie the knot on Valentine's Day, with current and former members of New Directions reuniting in Lima to celebrate.

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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14 February 2013 (USA)  »

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When talking to Finn, Rachel mentions the show Sex and the City. Sarah Jessica Parker who plays Isabella Wright stars in Sex and the City as Carrie Bradshaw. See more »

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Getting Married Today
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from "Company"
Written by Stephen Sondheim
Performed by Jayma Mays, Matthew Morrison and Amber Riley
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Glee I Do
15 February 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Yes it has come the moment fans of the show have been waiting for forever. The moment Will and Emma get married. Honestly I have never cared about these two characters and the drama they try to surround this story with just bored me to tears. The best moments of the episode where the quick scenes between Quinn and Santana because of both how funny it was and fun. I guess the writers of the show can do lesbian relationships quite well. The drama from last week with Finn kissing Emma added nothing to be caring and when she left I was happy because it meant Matthew Morrison would disappear for some time. Finn and Rachel should have ended when it ended and dragging it on just makes it even worse. Also how surprising was it for the show to put out another young pregnancy. Seeing some characters come back was good but most of them were wasted compared to some of these new characters that are just badly written including the young love that is just a rip of what the show has done many times before. Musicals numbers where hard to watch and nothing happened in the episode I cared for other then Santana and Quinn in their short scenes.

EPISODE GRADE: D+ (MVP: Naya Rivera)


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