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Old Dog, New Tricks 

As Rachel faces criticism for being a slacker, Santana makes sure her public image doesn't degrade. Kurt feels that his friends don't support him as much as he does them and Sam adopts a dog but has Mercedes to deal with.

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Jake Puckerman (credit only)
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Marley Rose (credit only)
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Ryder Lynn (credit only)
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Sue Sylvester (credit only)
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Will Schuester (credit only)
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Wade 'Unique' Adams (credit only)
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Rachel attempts to salvage her reputation among Broadway gossipers by hiring Santana as her publicist and creating a charity for rescue animals. Meanwhile, Kurt nabs the lead role in a retirement home production of "Peter Pan." Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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TV-14
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6 May 2014 (USA)  »

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Goofs

When Rachel is dragged on the street by the dogs, she has no shih tzu with her, however in the very next scene, she explicitly says a shih tzu has bitten the guy the dogs went after. See more »

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Take Me Home Tonight
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Written by Mick Leeson (as Michael Leeson), Peter Vale, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector
Performed by Kevin McHale, Darren Criss, Chris Colfer, June Squibb, Amber Riley, Lea Michele, Chord Overstreet and Naya Rivera
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Classic Glee feel
3 October 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Without revealing spoilers, "Old Dog, New Tricks" is a wonderfully positive, fun and touching episode with great music, amazing guest stars and writing that brings that the enjoyment of Glee during seasons 1 and 2. There's fun, fighting, romance, angst and a couple of very touching scenes.

The entire cast was fantastic & the characterizations were spot-on! In fact, Sam was back to the best of Sam (as in season 2). I've never cared much for Samcedes, but this was terrific. And Artie stole the show in a couple of places. Loved Kurt, Rachel & Santana together, as always, through the ups and downs of friendship. And Kurt and Blaine were not highlighted, but was wonderfully supportive.

Kurt was highlighted in this episode, written by Chris Colfer; Colfer advised that he wrote about the character with whom he was most familiar. That being said, I didn't feel that Kurt was the sole focus, as we got a lot of almost everyone. VERY well done; this episode was one of the two Fox network submissions for Glee for the Primetime Emmys, which was quite a compliment to a novice scriptwriter.


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