Glee (2009–2015)
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The Quarterback 

The New Directions remember Finn.

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Jake Puckerman
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Marley Rose
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Blaine Anderson
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Ryder Lynn
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Artie Abrams
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Rachel Berry
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Wade 'Unique' Adams
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Sam Evans
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Kitty Wilde
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Tina Cohen-Chang
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Mercedes Jones
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The New Directions remember Finn.

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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TV-14
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10 October 2013 (USA)  »

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As of the end of the show, this is Glee's highest rated episode on IMDb with a rating of 9.5/10. See more »

Quotes

Sue Sylvester: If students wish to mourn Finn's passing, they're free to visit the memorial that I erected. I planted a tree in the exact location where I caught Finn and Quinn Fabray fondling each other's breasts.
Will Schuester: Come on, Sue.
Shannon Beiste: How can you even joke at a time like this?
Sue Sylvester: Ah, take it easy post-op Michael Chiklis. I'm grieving. And I grieve by insulting those who mean the most to me. It's just a coincidence that's also what I do when I'm not grieving.
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References Project Runway (2004) See more »

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No Surrender
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Written by Bruce Springsteen
Performed by Mark Salling
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Excellent - But Feels Wrong
30 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

If you read all sorts of things online about this episode, you will know that this was filmed "as is". Everyone in this episode is sad. This isn't acting sad but just sad... and you can tell from the opening number how much trouble everyone was having trying to get through each sequence.

I agree with everyone here...this was a great episode. Maybe too good.. which if you watch it closely sort of feels "wrong" to be watching it. Sort of like you are infringing on people in grief that should be left alone. It is obvious the sad faces and tears are everyone trying to get through the filming of this episode is all real.

Watch it again and you will see what I mean if you really look at the actors. I felt this the first time it aired, and if you watch online you can see it also... Great episode... It is so good it feels weird to be there.


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