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Glee: Acafellas

by Jane Boursaw, posted Sep 17th 2009 3:12AM
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(S01E03) "I'm gay." - Kurt to Mercedes


We're three episodes into Glee, and we continue to learn more about the characters' angst, drama, dreams and passion. Kurt told Mercedes he'd never said those words out loud, but -- like the rest of us (excluding Mercedes) -- he must have realized he was gay. I mean, come on, the kid is clearly gay.

There were a lot of great lines in this episode, but Kurt had some of the best, including this one about his car: "My dad got it for me for my 16th birthday if I swore to stop wearing form-fitting sweaters that stop at the knee. What he doesn't know won't hurt him." (He's wearing a red form-fitting sweater that stops at the knee.)

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Glee: Showmance

by Allison Waldman, posted Sep 9th 2009 10:31PM
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(S01E02)
After the terrific premiere episode of Glee last May, it was probably inevitable that the second episode would have a hard time recapturing that euphoria. For the first few minutes, however, Glee had succeeded. As Will made his entrance into McKinley High, high on the joy that the New Directions had brought back to his life and seeing it reflected in the lives of the students in the club, I related to the euphoria. I love that euphoria.

As the music to Dean Martin's "Ain't That A Kick in the Head" played (sans vocal) in the background, it seemed that Glee was sailing. More on the rest of the show after the jump.


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What You Missed Last Night: Stephen Colbert's new cereal takes on Cheerios

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 3rd 2009 3:07PM
I know that there was a Colbert Report DVD set released a few years ago, but they should really do another one. The show has so many funny - and brilliantly written - segments that it's often hard to pick the best one from an episode (I guess that's the definition of "a good TV show"). Last night he talked about how the FDA was cracking down on Cheerios, and introduced another cereal to the world. (Video also here.)

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Toons pushin' products - VIDEO

by Adam Finley, posted Jul 21st 2007 9:02AM

underdogI was sitting around thinking, because I really had nothing better to do, and I wondered why you don't see cartoon characters acting as pitchmen for different products much anymore. If you're nostalgic for the days when 'toons weren't afraid to put their names behind different products, you might enjoy the following videos.

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