So, Season Three turned out to be one long extended interval. Any reason to return to the cheap seats for Glee Season Four??
It's graduation, which means Glee as we know it is disbanding. Try not to cry or anything.
New Directions take on Nationals one last time. It's the end of an era or something.
AKA How Tina Got Her Groove Back.
It's prom, which can only mean one thing: One Direction, Jurassic Park and a Prom Queen reveal. Right?
Rachel and Kurt face the music, but aren't the only ones challenged this week.
Things get so emotional as the Glee kids prepare to say goodbye to Whitney and each other.
Thursday night fever, as Glee struts under the glitterball.
Family strife and lower body paralysis. Thank the Glee gods for Sue Sylvester.
Teen suicide, teen marriage and lots of teen singing. This is Glee, dontchaknow?
Silly love songs from a heart-shaped episode of Glee.
Glee gets la vida loca with a little help from Ricky Martin. O-kayyyy...
Chamone! Glee does Jacko and the result is expectedly entertaining.
Glee club is back in session, with wedding bells a-ringing and Dame Helen Mirren's voice on loan.
Glee's second Christmas special is an early festive treat.
Oh, grow up. Or don't. Glee does Sectionals.
Who will be making it to the finals?
Girls just wanna have fun. But oh, those pesky consequences...
When TV meets music, you get a fantastic band like this.
It's the quarter finals, which means that this is almost over.
Movie night, and you would have probably been better off watching a movie instead.
Mash-up week (and dodgeball) brings the fun factor back.
Touched for the very first time - Glee gets sexy.
Were you listening to the racket outside or on TV?
Glee gets some of its magic back with the aid of a leprechaun. Wait, whu?
It's Halloween week, but Alexandra Burke is scarier than the songs.
Frankly there's more rock on the bottom of my fish tank.
The second week of X Factor live shows, and at last, time for you, the public to take control!