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August 28, 2015


'Glee' - 'Hell-o' Recap (Spring Premiere)

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 13th 2010 11:11PM
Hello, indeed! 'Glee' is back, and Mr. Schuester declared that New Directions needed an exciting new re-introduction to vault them into the next level, regionals. After all the glory and greatness of winning sectionals, McKinley's glee club was back to basics, thanks to reality setting in -- slushees in the face again! -- as well as Figgins reinstating Sue, who renewed her attacks on Will.

If that sounds like a spoiler to you, you haven't been paying attention to the groundwork laid in the first thirteen episodes. For more on the latest from Ohio's little singing group that could, read on after the jump.

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The next episode of Glee will be explosive!

by Allison Waldman, posted Oct 22nd 2009 4:25PM
Last night's Glee -- "Mash-Up" -- was one of the best of the season, but it may be that it was merely an appetizer and that next week's show is going to be the big enchilada (hmm... I must be hungry). Anyway, the show won't be back until November -- after the World Series --- and based on Fox's previews, it looks like a lot is going to happen.

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Conan's Finn didn't win -- UPDATE

by Anna Johns, posted Jan 16th 2006 12:05PM
She didn't lose, either. Finland President Tarja Halonen, a dead-ringer for American talk show host Conan O'Brien, received only 46% of the vote in this weekend's election, forcing her into a run-off against a conservative candidate. Finn laws require the winner to receive at least 50% of the vote.

Leading up to the election, there were several articles that expressed some concern among the Finns that Conan's mock-campaign endorsing Halonen would influence the election. I think we can expect to see some more campaigning on Conan's part all week long, assuming he's not in reruns.

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Conan's power over Finland

by Anna Johns, posted Jan 15th 2006 12:05AM
This is one odd story. While we're used to hearing our late night television hosts make fun of politicians, their jokes never seem to weigh heavily on whether a candidate actually gets elected. That may not be so in Finland, where Conan O'Brien's endorsement of Finn President Tarja Halonen in today's election is getting a lot of attention. Why did Conan endorse this woman? Because of her looks. She has a remarkable resemblance to tall, pale-faced, red-haired Conan O'Brien, who airs five nights a week in Finland. Every time he mentions his endorsement of the president, the Finn tabloids pick it up. One fake campaign ad in Conan's show had Conan and some "Finns" fishing on a frozen lake and talking about the election. When they mentioned the name of President Halonen's competitor, a dead fish shot out a hole in the ice and one of them said that even a mention of the competitor's name causes fish to commit suicide. The president's competitor, of course, is annoyed by Conan's running gag.

Whether Conan's endorsement actually holds any weight at the polls today will never be known, but let's hope not, because that would be sad on so many levels.

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