Glee: Season 4, Episode 14

I Do (14 Feb. 2013)

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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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Fun, Flirty and Happy
16 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I LOVED this episode, almost start to finish, because it was chaotic fun. I'm not going on, but this is a time you want to FEEL and not over-analyze. Just enjoy the ride :) Excellent performances of all types, good music and excellent film directing (this season has been really above par on that) This being Valentine's Day AND a wedding, romance and hook ups were inevitable and (I thought) tastefully and joyfully done. There was one hookup that did catch me off-guard, but worked well, if a tad on the bitter side UNTIL the hookup. Kurt/Blaine's chemistry was back in full force, and there were some great lines tossed in amongst those scenes; the Kurt/Tina bitch-fest was hilarious-!Finn/Rachel chemistry was back at it's peak, again fun and flirty, rather than dramatic. Finn waxes eloquent; who knew? Artie & Betty : ) Sue's usual evil mind games were even nastier and led to a GREAT song by Jayma, w help from Mercedes (who knew she could do that??) Not overlooking Will & Emma, but I'm so certain that they'll get together in a SMALL, JoP wedding without stress that I'm not even going there.


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