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"Glee" Britney 2.0 (2012)

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Glee: Season 4: Episode 2 -- Britney hits the new directions one more time.

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Writers:
Ryan Murphy (created by) &
Brad Falchuk (created by) ...
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
20 September 2012 (Season 4, Episode 2)
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Plot:
Brittany, in a funk, turns to the music of Brittney Spears for inspiration. Rachel struggles to adjust to life in New York City. | Full synopsis »
User Reviews:
Well, there surely was no glee when watching this episode. See more (2 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Chris Colfer ... Kurt Hummel

Darren Criss ... Blaine Anderson

Jane Lynch ... Sue Sylvester

Kevin McHale ... Artie Abrams

Lea Michele ... Rachel Berry

Cory Monteith ... Finn Hudson (credit only)

Heather Morris ... Brittany S. Pierce

Matthew Morrison ... Will Schuester

Chord Overstreet ... Sam Evans

Amber Riley ... Mercedes Jones (credit only)

Naya Rivera ... Santana Lopez

Mark Salling ... Noah 'Puck' Puckerman

Harry Shum Jr. ... Mike Chang (credit only)

Jenna Ushkowitz ... Tina Cohen-Chang

Kate Hudson ... Cassandra July

Jayma Mays ... Emma Pillsbury

Iqbal Theba ... Principal Figgins

Alex Newell ... Wade 'Unique' Adams

Samuel Larsen ... Joe Hart

Melissa Benoist ... Marley Rose

Dean Geyer ... Brody Weston

Jacob Artist ... Jake Puckerman

Becca Tobin ... Kitty Wilde

Josh Sussman ... Jacob Ben Israel

Trisha Rae Stahl ... Millie Rose
Kyle Burnard ... Chris

Ryan Heinke ... Stoner Brett

Daniel Curtis Lee ... Phil Lipoff

Jesse Luken ... Bobby 'Boom Boom' Surette
Richard Stiasny ... Older Gentleman
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Patricia Ashley ... Sexy Girl (uncredited)

Cassandra M. Bellantoni ... Wife of Annoying Cell Phone User (uncredited)

Bayley Brunnmeier ... Gymnast (uncredited)

Lexie Contursi ... Cheerio (uncredited)

Kristin Daniel ... Dance Student #9 (uncredited)

Brad Ellis ... Brad the Piano Player (uncredited)
Marko Germar ... NYADA Dancer (uncredited)

Marissa Heart ... Scorned Girl #1 (uncredited)

Kimberlee Kidd ... Scorned Girl (uncredited)

Ashley Leilani ... Gymnast (uncredited)

Shay Mitchell ... Girl in Yellow Jacket (uncredited)
Melanie Moore ... NYADA Dancer (uncredited)
Neil Parker ... Wes Fahey (uncredited)

Jessica Provencher ... Cheerio / Dancer (uncredited)

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
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa .... producer
Ian Brennan .... executive producer
Bradley Buecker .... co-executive producer
Ashley Contino .... associate producer
Dante Di Loreto .... executive producer
Brad Falchuk .... executive producer
Russel Friend .... consulting producer
Michael Hitchcock .... supervising producer
Joe Keenan .... consulting producer
Garrett Lerner .... consulting producer
Alexis Martin Woodall .... producer
Ryan Murphy .... executive producer
Mary Robinson .... special projects producer
Karen Romero .... co-producer
Kenneth J. Silverstein .... producer (as Kenneth Silverstein)
Stacy Traub .... co-executive producer
Zachary Woodlee .... co-producer (as Zach Woodlee)
 
Original Music by
James S. Levine 
 
Cinematography by
Joaquin Sedillo (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
John Roberts  (as John L. Roberts)
 
Casting by
Eric Dawson 
Carol Kritzer 
Robert J. Ulrich 
 
Production Design by
Mark Hutman 
 
Art Direction by
Michael Rizzo 
 
Set Decoration by
Bob Kensinger  (as Robert Kensinger)
 
Costume Design by
Elizabeth Martucci 
 
Makeup Department
Jennifer Greenberg .... key makeup artist
Kelley Mitchell .... makeup department head
Tena Parker .... hair department head (as Tena Parker Baker)
Alyson Black-Barrie .... hair stylist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Kenneth J. Silverstein .... unit production manager (as Kenneth Silverstein)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Hope Garrison .... second assistant director
Jacki O'Brien .... additional second assistant director
Janell M. Sammelman .... first assistant director (as Janell Sammelman)
Alejandro Mora .... dga trainee (uncredited)
Sarah Olivieri .... second second assistant director (uncredited)
Richard W. Welch .... dga trainee (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Paul Breuninger .... property master
Michelle Collier .... art department coordinator
Chad S. Frey .... set designer (as Chad Frey)
Anthony Lattanzio .... construction coordinator
Ellis J. Barbacoff .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Peter Beck .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Stephanie Feinerman .... art department assistant (uncredited)
Jason Sweers .... graphic designer (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Doug Andham .... sound re-recording mixer
Christian Buenaventura .... dialogue editor
Joe Earle .... sound re-recording mixer
Gary Megregian .... supervising sound editor
Phillip W. Palmer .... production sound mixer
Judah Getz .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Jason Krane .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Patrick Martens .... boom operator (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Steve Galich .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
William J. Cox .... digital compositor: FuseFX (uncredited)
Josh Miyaji .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Matt Resta .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Tim A. Davison .... stunt coordinator (as Tim Davison)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jerry Day .... key grip
Andrew Glover .... lighting designer
Ken Little Jr. .... first assistant camera
Rick Maddux .... chief lighting technician
Duane Mieliwocki .... camera operator
Andrew Mitchell .... camera operator
Justin Stroh .... lighting technician (2009-2013)
Ken Glassing .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Bill Green .... rigging key grip (uncredited)
Steve Olsen .... technocrane technician (uncredited)
Michael Otis Ropert .... additional camera operator (uncredited)
Jay Sheveck .... libra technician (uncredited)
Jay Sheveck .... technocrane technician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Alana Balden .... casting assistant
Jim Carnahan .... original casting: New York
Alex Newman .... casting associate
Guy Yosub .... extras casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marisa Aboitiz .... costume supervisor
Nikki Fallenstein .... costumer
Marta Font .... costume supervisor: new york
Katie Leech .... costumer
Andrea Medina .... costume assistant
Antoinette Scherer .... key costumer: new york (uncredited)
Brooke C. Thatawat .... assistant costume designer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Adam Grabel .... post-production assistant
Christian Heron-Bastidas .... post-production assistant
Ishai Setton .... assistant editor
Adam Neely .... junior editor (uncredited)
 
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)
Blaine Cline .... music production supervisor
Brad Ellis .... musician: piano accompanist
Heather Guibert .... music coordinator
David Klotz .... music editor
James S. Levine .... producer: musical score
Ryan Murphy .... executive music producer
Ryan Murphy .... producer: featured songs
Kristopher Pooley .... producer: "(You Drive Me Crazy/Crazy", "Oops I Did It Again", "3")
Benjamin West .... producer: "(You Drive Me Crazy/Crazy", "Oops I Did It Again", "3") (as Ben West)
Elin Carlson .... a capella singer (uncredited)
Tim Davis .... vocal contractor (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Thomas A. Gordon .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Derek Alvarez .... production secretary
Barbara Brown .... script supervisor
Lawrence Gaba .... first assistant accountant
George Halstead .... production accountant
Adam Haracz .... production assistant
Matthew Hodgson .... story editor
Aristotle Kousakis .... script coordinator
Peter Lichtor .... office production assistant
Brooke Lipton .... associate choreographer
Ross Maxwell .... story editor
Andrew McCulloch .... assistant production coordinator
Hannah McLoughlin .... assistant: Kenneth Silverstein & Karen Romero
Jessica Meyer .... assistant to executive producers
Will Pellegrini .... media/marketing
Lynnet Price .... production coordinator
Liliana Romero .... office production assistant
Peter Sands .... location manager
Matt Solik .... assistant
Stephanie St. Hilaire .... production assistant
Sara Stelwagen .... assistant to executive producers
Troy Terry .... assistant to executive producers
Robert Teten .... production assistant
Oren Tuvia .... additional set production assistant
Zachary Woodlee .... choreographer (as Zach Woodlee)
Steven Causey .... extras coordinator (uncredited)
Joyce Lasley .... stand-in (uncredited)
Jared Scott Mercier .... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Dean Geyer was a little shy during the filming of the "Oops!... I Did It Again" number, and Lea had to tell him "Why aren't your hands on me? It's OK. You can actually touch me!". A few moments later, when asked by Dean how far down he could drop her as she split open her legs, she told him: "Don't you worry. I can go all the way down to the floor." And she did.See more »
Quotes:
Brittany Pierce:My voice is too weak to sing live. I've been up every night this week yelling at the shrubs in my yard that have been making fun of me.See more »
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1 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Well, there surely was no glee when watching this episode., 24 September 2012
Author: Joshua Glowzinski from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

OK, there MAY be spoilers in this. MAY BE SPOILERS!!!!

MAY BE SPOILERS!!!!MAY BE SPOILERS!!!!MAY BE SPOILERS!!!! ---- I really like Glee. My mom and I watch it. So we started watching this episode and after about 15 minutes, I almost could not stand it. They had so many different things going on. Back and forth, back and forth. OK, I will break down the things that bugged me.

First, why are we seeing the characters that are no longer going to that school? Are they going to come back into the Glee club so how? If not, keep them out. Speaking of people no longer in the Glee club, it seems Rachel's character now had breasts. OK, that's either because they thing she should look more like a mature woman, or it just happened, but it's odd.

Then, how could the two characters afford the placer they are staying? I am sure they said how during the episode, but I was just trying not to turn it off, so I must have missed it.

OK, so the guy joined I think the Army. Rachel's character is SO into him. All she does is think about him. Then, at the end she is painting over his name. Is that all it takes? Not being able to talk to someone and you say forget them? That was kind of dumb.

Now for something that really bothered me. Brittney is going through a mental break down and they decide to cure it by singing Brittney Spears songs to her? Really? They make the Brittney character far to stupid for me to care about or want to see ANYTHING with her in it. Just end her character already. That or make her act like a normal human being.

Oh, the singing. There was far to much of it. Now I am aware that Glee is a singing show, but it has been a while since there was so much of it. It just never felt like the right tome for them to sing. That got really annoying.

New characters. OK, it's cool that there are new characters in the show. Some left, so you have to fill the spots. But, why did they just put them in as if they had been there since the first episode? Come on, make them work for it.

I think the first episode of the last season felt the same way. They need to have one basic point of the episodes. Stop showing the characters that are no longer in the Glee club, or let them come back for some reason. Don't just drop them in at random. If your going to have them sing, make it be about or for something. Any moron can walk around singing. I do it all the time. Finally, if they are going to add new characters, don't just think of a 10 minute thing that adds them to the group. Make a good back story. I hope the rest of the season gets better. I really liked this show since the pilot episode.

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