Glee (2009–2015)
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Sam and Mercedes as well as Kurt and Blaine encounter trouble in their relationship; Artie regrets his decisions.

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Cast

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Jake Puckerman (credit only)
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Marley Rose (credit only)
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Kurt Hummel
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Ryder Lynn (credit only)
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Sue Sylvester (credit only)
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Artie Abrams
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Rachel Berry
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Will Schuester (credit only)
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Wade 'Unique' Adams (credit only)
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Sam Evans
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Santana Lopez (credit only)
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Kitty Wilde (credit only)
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Tina Cohen-Chang (credit only)
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Mercedes Jones
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Sam and Mercedes as well as Kurt and Blaine encounter trouble in their relationship; Artie regrets his decisions.

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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TV-14
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15 April 2014 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Addicted to Love
(uncredited)
Written by Robert Palmer
Performed by Kevin McHale
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Best episode in a long, long time
16 April 2014 | by (St. Paul, Minnesota) – See all my reviews

This had to be the best Glee episode they've run in the past season or more. They used good songs this week, ones that actually moved the plot along (boy, I've been missing that lately, Glee!), they even used songs from an era closer to our current one. They also actually had a well written story line that progressed as it should, involving just about all the Ohio characters that have been magically found themselves in New York (the city so nice they named it twice), and the episode was filled with teen aged kids who actually acted like teen aged kids have been known to so. Congratulations Glee show runners! Folks, you done good here, even having Rachel Berry acting like a normal human being and not the bizarre psycho bitch that she's been written as in recent months......


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