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Glee

October 6, 2010 - Brandi Bowers

It occurred to me today that I haven't blogged much about Glee. I don't consider myself a Gleek, because I don't have to be in front of the tv for every new episode that comes on, but I have to say when I do watch, I'm never disappointed.

I didn't blog last week because there really hasn't been much exciting me in the world of entertainment lately. In fact, I think the only new show for the fall season to excite me is Boardwalk Empire. I'll have to blog about that after a couple more episodes. There are, however, some returning shows, such as Glee, that I think have really kept their momentum.

I missed the majority of last week's Britney episode, but did catch the end. I was very delighted to see they were singing Paramore. I absolutely love everything by Paramore, especially "The Only Exception." I just love those times when a song fits so perfectly into the storyline.

Last night's episode definitely captured that. They managed to tackle a very sensitive subject, religion, & really did a good job giving different view points. It was also one of those episodes that with the "Grilled Cheesus" is just so absurd that you can't believe you're watching something that silly. But, then it turns around and you see a real & serious situation with Kurt & his father, that just makes you tear up. No, it wasn't the best episode. I was bored with some of the songs, except for REM's Losing My Religion, but Glee still manages to keep prime time tv interesting. And of course, you can always count on Sue Sylvester for some good entertainment and maybe a little insight.

 
 

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