Glee (2009–2015)
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Hold on to Sixteen 

In an attempt to recruit a few more members, Finn tracks down former teammate Sam Evans and convinces him to come back to the Glee Club.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Quinn Fabray
... Kurt Hummel
... Blaine Anderson
... Sue Sylvester (credit only)
... Emma Pillsbury
... Artie Abrams
... Rachel Berry
... Finn Hudson
... Brittany S. Pierce
... Will Schuester
... Mercedes Jones
... Santana Lopez
... Noah 'Puck' Puckerman
... Mike Chang
... Tina Cohen-Chang
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In an attempt to recruit a few more members, Finn tracks down former teammate Sam Evans and convinces him to come back to the glee club. Tina comes to the defense of Mike and encourages him to pursue his dream while McKinley prepares to host the big sectionals performance. Written by Fox Publicity

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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6 December 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Quinn tells Rachel in this episode that she's an adult and can do what she wants. But later in this episode goes to say that she's 17. See more »

Goofs

(at around 8 mins) The camera guy can be seen onstage to the left, with his back to the New Direction dancers downstage. He's filming upstage towards the band. See more »

Connections

References Fight Club (1999) See more »

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Man in the Mirror
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Written by Glen Ballard and Siedah Garrett
Performed by Cory Monteith, Mark Salling, Chord Overstreet, Kevin McHale, Darren Criss, Harry Shum Jr. and the Glee Cast (New Directions)
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Excuse you previous reviewer.
27 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

This show is not always the best, even the people who watch this show will tell you that, but its actors and producers and writers do not deserve to be belittled for how the content is presented or how you felt about it. I disagree wholeheartedly with your opinion, lekud26, but I respect your right to say what you please. I hope your daughter gets all her lessons from the realistic show "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" and not "Glee" whose content is never taken seriously by it's viewers. And I am disgusted with you for saying that the people who watch this show are not intelligent, because you would be sorely mistaken.

When Glee is bad, it's terrible, I'll give you that. It takes itself too seriously and tries to send out "relevant messages" that it really shouldn't. But when it's good, when it is just Glee, a campy, silly show, it can be one of the best things.


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