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'Glee' Season 3, Episode 4: Introducing Rory Flanagan & a Shocking Kiss

by Crystal Bell, posted Nov 1st 2011 11:30PM

glee season 3 pot o' gold

['Glee' -- 'Pot O' Gold']

After a three week hiatus, I honestly didn't know what to expect from 'Glee' this week. So to say that I was pleasantly surprised is an understatement. It definitely wasn't as good as 'Asian F,' but it was better than a majority of Season 2, so I'll call this one a win.

Actually, call me completely shocked. To be honest, I totally didn't see that super awkward Puck and Shelby kiss coming this episode. Even though I knew it was headed there, that didn't make it any less creepy.

Not only did we get a bit of totally illegal Shelby/Puck action, we also met the much-anticipated new kid.

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'Glee' Season 3, Episode 3 Recap (VIDEO)

by Crystal Bell, posted Oct 4th 2011 9:20PM
['Glee' - 'Asian F']

Last week's 'I Am Unicorn' was setting up for something big -- and 'Glee' totally delivered. While it's not my favorite episode ever, it definitely seems to echo the glory days of Season 1.

But what made 'Asian F' so great? Three things: A Mike Chang storyline (FINALLY!), more screen time for Mercedes and actual character development (...FINALLY!). I know there are still a few naysayers that have "sworn off 'Glee' forever," but this might seriously turn into the show's best season yet. However, only time will tell if Ryan Murphy & Co. can keep the momentum going.

We come to find out that McKinley High isn't just a school where everyone sings, dances and slushies each other -- it's actually a legit learning facility. Who knew? Well, apparently Mr. Chang did because he seemed all sorts of unhappy when Mike received an A- (aka an 'Asian F') in chemistry class. So he gives his son an ultimatum: get an A, quit 'Glee' or break up with Tina.

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'Glee' Season 3, Episode 2 Recap: Three Directors & a Little Baby

by Crystal Bell, posted Sep 28th 2011 12:01AM
['Glee' - 'I Am Unicorn']

OK, judging by some of your comments from the premiere recap, I get the feeling that no one really believes in 'Glee' anymore, and I totally get it. Season 2 was too uneven and had way too many over-the-top quest stars and musical numbers and not enough plot.

Yet, I was hopeful for Season 3 because, believe it or not, I actually care about these kids.

I want to see Rachel make it to Broadway and Kurt follow his dreams to New York -- and I really want to see Brittany graduate high school (what grade is she in exactly?!).

As much as I applauded 'Glee''s Season 3 premiere for getting back to its basics, this week's 'I Am Unicorn' felt a little flat, like Ryan Murphy was building up to something, only to have it be revealed in episode 3. And I'm okay with that because I like the direction this season is going.

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