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Glee - Season 1, Vol. 1 - Road To Sectionals

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Breathless

I have a hard time finding the words to explain exactly why this is the ONLY --- I mean the ONLY --- show on tv that my daughter and I (or anyone else in the fam, for that matter) schedules into our lives.
What is it? It leaves me breathless.
If you are at all vocall...
I have a hard time finding the words to explain exactly why this is the ONLY --- I mean the ONLY --- show on tv that my daughter and I (or anyone else in the fam, for that matter) schedules into our lives.
What is it? It leaves me breathless.
If you are at all vocally or theatrically inclined, this show is the most compelling phenomenon since the Cellblock Tango number in Chicago.
I know they use Autotune (but not as much as Akon or Cher do!), and I know the performance situations are often implausible, but there is also something so captivating and compelling and gut-plucking about this show that makes it absolutely a not-to-be-missed event. Every Wednesday.
Be there. Or be a Cheerio.

posted by harmonygirlCT on October 1, 2010

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

And now for something completely different....

I admit, I watch Glee primarily for the music numbers. I certainly find the show itself amusing from time to time, but with a cast of stereotypes instead of characters, the show can tend toward storylines that seem half After School Special and half soap opera. And sinc...
I admit, I watch Glee primarily for the music numbers. I certainly find the show itself amusing from time to time, but with a cast of stereotypes instead of characters, the show can tend toward storylines that seem half After School Special and half soap opera. And since I'm not really anything like most of those stereotypical characters, I don't really identify with any of them. So while the show can be fun to watch, most of the enjoyment I feel comes from the music. Which Glee does very, very well. I'm amazed, actually, how much music---and of so many types!---the show manages to squeeze into each episode. As long as they keep doing that, I'll keep watching!

posted by slimikin on October 1, 2010

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