No teen marriage, for starters.
The season finale was mostly a love letter to, for, and about Brittany.
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We're just super stoked to get a Glee where no one’s getting shot at or molested.
Not all the things that complicate us or make us interesting as humans are born out of trauma, Glee.
Remember how fun this show was when it started?
Glee consistently abandons the important issues it milks for drama. Maybe it shouldn't try then.
No one's saying Glee isn't allowed to try to tackle big issues like school shootings. The show's just not very good at it.
At least give Zach Woodlee another show, Oxygen.
As Artie's mom.
To deal with substance addiction.
Glee just loves to follow terrible episodes with pretty good ones like last night's.
Is anyone else increasingly frustrated at how phoned-in this season has been?
"Every time I see him, I’m like, 'Jesus.'"
In fishnet stockings.
It's movies week on Glee, and the show sings its 500th song.
A lot of hooking up on last night's episode.
Kurt blows Rachel away with a song from Les Miz.
The New Directions are back in the running.
What will likely overshadow last night's episode (which, honestly, would be a breeze to overshadow) is the whole Jonathan Coulton thing.
"The fact that we got her is an absolute miracle."
Ho ho h'OMG!
Glee's Christmas episodes are historically problematic. The streak continues.
If you’re a casual Glee fan, you might have missed how directly last night’s episode knocked down the fourth wall.