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Glee Season 6 Episode 11 – TV Review

Glee We Built This Glee Club Vocal Adrenaline performance reactions

Glee-watching emotions range from “horror” to “disgust.” I would know.

I was under the impression that Glee would be getting 24 episodes for its final season.

But it turns out it’s only getting 13, and next week is a double.

So this time next week, Glee will be finally dead for good.

We won, you guys.

We won.

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Glee Season 6 Episode 10 – TV Review

Glee The Rise And Fall Of Sue Sylvester Kitty

Obtuse, frustrating static.

Is it fair to say that my recent tolerance for Glee is related to Kitty’s increased prominence?

Yeah, I reckon.

Every little bit helps.

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Glee Season 6 Episode 7 – TV Review

Glee Transitioning All About That Bass

“We are also ’bout that fried chicken and high fructose corn syrup.”

And no, Mercedes and Roderick teaming up to sing All About That Bass isn’t the most shameful thing about this episode.

I’d append that with an “in case you were wondering.”

But you’re watching Glee Season 6, baby. There’s no wonder anymore. You know what you’re in for.

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Glee Season 6 Episode 5 – TV Review

Glee The Hurt Locker Part 2 Sue Billy doll Saw

Glee: queen of oldmeme.

Sam’s retarded hypnosis from last episode wasn’t enough, so it’s time to break out the Saw parody hostage situation.

Yet this episode is somehow far more bearable than last week’s jaw-dropping shitfest.

Would it be too much to hope that last week really was as bad as Glee can get, and everything from here on will be mildly better?

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Glee Season 6 Episode 4 – TV Review

Glee The Hurt Locker Part 1 Sue's shrine

A sight nobody should be forced to endure.

Glee has always been my favourite whipping boy, but this episode has finally pushed me to question just what extremes I’m willing to accept in my mission to hate-watch.

Every time I think Glee has finally, finally hit rock bottom, Ryan Murphy busts out the dynamite and blows the bottom clear away, revealing more sprawling, cavernous depths of unbearable retardation.

For example, the plot of this episode hinges on hypnosis.

I’ve never said “Oh my fucking God” in rage so many times in a forty minute period.

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