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Glee: Season 4 [NOOK Video]

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Overview

Entering its fourth season, Glee is a musical comedy about a group of ambitious and talented kids who escape the harsh realities of high school by joining a glee club where they find strength, acceptance and, ultimately, their voice. This year, the members of New Directions compete amongst themselves to be the ?new Rachel? and hold open auditions to find a fresh crop of students. Meanwhile, the graduating class leaves the comforts of McKinley for the real world where Rachel struggles to please her demanding NYADA teacher (Kate Hudson) and Kurt second-guesses his decision to stay in Lima. Four newcomers also join the musical comedy when it returns this fall. Golden Globe? Award winner and Academy Award? nominee Kate Hudson will join the cast in a ...
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Episodes

    • 1. The New Rachel
    • In the season premiere episode, the members of New Directions compete amongst themselves to become the next star of the glee club. During open auditions, a fresh crop of students is introduced, including Marley (Melissa Benoist) and Jake Puckerman (Jacob Artist), Puck’s half-brother. Meanwhile, Rachel (Lea Michele) has a rocky start at NYADA and struggles to please her demanding dance teacher, Cassie (guest star Kate Hudson). She also meets Brody (Dean Geyer), a handsome upperclassman. Musical performances include “Call Me Maybe”, “Americano”, “Never Say Never”, “New York State Of Mind”, “It’s Time” and “Chasing Pavements”.


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    • 2. Britney 2.0
    • Brittany S. Pierce is in a funk and turns to her icon Britney Spears’ music for inspiration! Meanwhile, Rachel struggles to adjust to life in New York, but is helped by her newfound NYADA friend, Brody Weston. Musical performances include “Hold It Against Me”, “Boys/Boyfriend”, “Womanizer”, “3”, “Crazy/Crazy”, “Oops I Did it Again”, “Gimme More” and “Everytime".


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    • 3. Makeover
    • The campaign showdown begins when Brittany and Blaine go head-to-head for Student Council President. Meanwhile, Kurt gets the internship of his dreams. Musical performances include “Everybody Wants to Rule The World”, “Celebrity Skin”, “The Way You Look Tonight/You’re Never Fully Dressed" and “Change Would Do You Good”.


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    • 4. The Break-Up
    • Rachel and Kurt are caught off-guard when they get unexpected visits in New York City. Meanwhile, Santana and Brittany deal with the long distance between them, and Will and Emma disagree on a new job offer. Musical performances include “Barely Breathing”, “Give Your Heart a Break”, “Teenage Dream”, “Don’t Speak”, “Mine” and “The Scientist”.


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    • 5. The Role You Were Born to Play
    • The school production of “Grease” is underway and Marley (Melissa Benoist), Jake (Jacob Artist), Kitty (Becca Tobin) and football player Ryder (“The Glee Project” winner Blake Jenner) compete to play “Danny” and “Sandy.” Meanwhile, former glee clubbers Mercedes (Amber Riley) and Mike (Harry Shum Jr), return to cast the play and Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) struggles with a difficult decision. Musical performances include “Hopelessly Devoted To You”, Blow ME (One Last Kiss), “Juke Box Hero”, “Everybody Talks” and “Born To Hand Jive”.


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    • 6. Glease
    • Rachel and Kurt pay a visit to Lima as the glee club launches its production of “Grease.” Meanwhile, Cassandra July returns to shake things up in Rachel’s life, and Santana comes back to lend a helping hand. Musical performances include “Greased Lightning", "Look At Me I'm Sandra Dee", "Beauty School Drop Out", "Look At Me I'm Sandra Dee Reprise", "There Are Worse Things I Can Do" and "You're The One That I Want".


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    • 7. Dynamic Duets
    • A love triangle heats up among Marley, Jake and Ryder, and Blaine has a run-in with the Warblers. Musical performances include "Dark Side", "Superman", "Holding Out For A Hero", "Heroes" and "Some Nights".


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    • 8. Thanksgiving
    • It’s time for Sectionals, and New Directions receives guidance from some of the recent McKinley graduates who volunteer to mentor the glee club during their Thanksgiving breaks. Meanwhile, Rachel and Kurt have a non-traditional holiday dinner in the Big Apple. Musical performances include "Homeward Bound/ Home", "Come See About Me", "Whistle", "Live While We're Young", "Let's Have A Kiki/ Turkey Lurkey Time" and "Gangnam Style".


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    • 9. Swan Song
    • As New Directions regroups after Sectionals, Finn ponders his future with the club. Meanwhile, Rachel prepares for the NYADA Winter Showcase, and Kurt gets his shot at redemption with a second audition. Musical performances include "Somethin' Stupid", "All That Jazz", "Being Good Isn't Good Enough", "O Holy Night", "Being Alive" and "Don't Dream It's Over".


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    • 10. Glee, Actually
    • In an homage to the beloved holiday film “Love, Actually,” seemingly separate storylines come together to form one merry GLEE episode. As the end of 2012 draws near, Sam and Brittany live their lives to the fullest before the Mayan Apocalypse occurs. Meanwhile, Jake and Puck spend quality sibling time together for Hanukah, Artie has a holiday dream that changes his outlook on life and Kurt has a Christmas he’ll never forget. Musical performances include “Jingle Bell Rock”, “Hanukkah Oh Hanukkah”, “White Christmas”, “Feliz Navidad”, “The First Noel” and “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas”.


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Overview

Entering its fourth season, Glee is a musical comedy about a group of ambitious and talented kids who escape the harsh realities of high school by joining a glee club where they find strength, acceptance and, ultimately, their voice. This year, the members of New Directions compete amongst themselves to be the “new Rachel” and hold open auditions to find a fresh crop of students. Meanwhile, the graduating class leaves the comforts of McKinley for the real world where Rachel struggles to please her demanding NYADA teacher (Kate Hudson) and Kurt second-guesses his decision to stay in Lima. Four newcomers also join the musical comedy when it returns this fall. Golden Globe® Award winner and Academy Award® nominee Kate Hudson will join the cast in a six-episode arc. In her first return to television since “Sex in the City,” Emmy® Award-winning actress and fashion icon Sarah Jessica Parker also will guest-star this season.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2949000509435
  • Network: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
  • Format: NOOK Video