Glee (2009–2015)
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Mattress 

When Glee Club is left out of the yearbook due to budget cuts, everyone's relieved that they won't have to suffer the ridicule of years past.

Director:

Elodie Keene

Writers:

Ryan Murphy (created by), Brad Falchuk (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dianna Agron ... Quinn Fabray
Chris Colfer ... Kurt Hummel
Jessalyn Gilsig ... Terri Schuester
Jane Lynch ... Sue Sylvester
Jayma Mays ... Emma Pillsbury
Kevin McHale ... Artie Abrams
Lea Michele ... Rachel Berry
Cory Monteith ... Finn Hudson
Matthew Morrison ... Will Schuester
Amber Riley ... Mercedes Jones
Mark Salling ... Noah 'Puck' Puckerman
Jenna Ushkowitz ... Tina Cohen-Chang
Patrick Gallagher ... Ken Tanaka
Iqbal Theba ... Principal Figgins
John Ross Bowie ... Dennis
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Storyline

When the Glee Club is left out of the yearbook because of budget cuts, everyone seems to be relieved that they won't have to suffer the ridicule of years past. Everyone except Rachel, that is, who wants her legacy cemented in print. Meanwhile, Quinn makes it her mission to be in the Cheerios yearbook photo, and Will and Terri's relationship is shaken to its core. Written by Fox Publicity

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Goofs

Matthew Morrison's mark (red x) is clearly visible between his feet, when he drops the mattress on the floor in his office. See more »

Quotes

Rachel Berry: This script is brilliant, but we're a glee club. We should perform.
Dennis: "Perform" the lines as I wrote them.
Randy Cusperberg: Wait a minute, Dennis. What'd you have in mind?
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Connections

Featured in The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #19.159 (2011) See more »

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Written by Edward Van Halen (uncredited), Alex Van Halen (uncredited) and David Lee Roth (uncredited)
Vocals by Glee Cast
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Lift up your shirt...
3 December 2009 | by cRaZyBrOs2See all my reviews

Glee is reaching it's climax, and each new step is an exhilarating one. While this episode was severely shorter than the rest, it packed just as much of an emotional punch as any of its predecessors. With "Mattress", expect less music, more Rachel and Finn drama, and several scenes of sheer pain from Will. Although the absence substantial music is saddening and unusual, the focus of this episode was conflict, and boy does it deliver. This is, by far, the most emotionally involving episode of the season. I would not use the word "gleeful" to describe these past few episodes as the show has taken on a more dark tone with a few crumbs of happiness; mainly because of the music. It's sad to see this amazing show take a 4-month break, but I'm sure next weeks episode will tide us gleeks over until then. Prepare to have your mind blown wide open!


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 December 2009 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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