"Funk"

Quinn tries to get in touch with her funky side on this episode of Glee. Also (gasp!), Will attempts to seduce Sue and the squad learns that Jesse has gone back to Vocal Adrenaline!

  • 4.0 / 5.0
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"Theatricality"

Ready for Glee to go Gaga? A bunch of Lady Gaga songs are at the center of this episode, as the club members don't hold anything back, dressing the eccentric parts.

  • 3.9 / 5.0
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"Dream On"

We have three words for this Glee episode: Neil Patrick Harris. He guest stars as a former rival of Will's and performs multiple songs.

  • 4.4 / 5.0
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"Laryngitis"

Rachel loses her voice this week. As you might expect, this is the biggest nightmare for our favorite member of New Directions. Elsewhere, Puck does whatever he can to be cool.

  • 4.2 / 5.0
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"Bad Reputation"

Olivia Newton-John shows up this week, helping Sue get over a humiliating incident from her past. Molly Shannon also guest stars, while Will is focused on a salacious list that's getting passed around school.

  • 4.2 / 5.0
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"Home"

Kurt tries to set up his father with Finn's mother on this week's episode. That's awkward.

  • 3.0 / 5.0
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"The Power of Madonna"

An entire hour devoted to Madonna songs? Sign us up for this Glee episode, please!

  • 5.0 / 5.0
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"Hell-O"

This is the first new Glee episode after a lengthy hiatus. Read on for a detailed recap of events from it.

  • 4.4 / 5.0
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"Sectionals"

The name of this episode says it's all. It's time for sectionals, folks!

"Mattress"

It's getting close to sectionals. This week's episode of Glee is titled "Mattress."

Glee Quotes

Thank you so much, it really is a pleasure. While the boys chose a selection of songs that casts an eye inward on the irresponsible life choices and sexual hunger of today's modern teens we have chosen a selection of songs that speaks of the nation as a whole during these troubling times filled with economic uncertainty and unbridled social woes, because if there's two things America needs right now, that is sunshine and optimism! Also angels.

Rachel

Finn: Who am I? I barely even graduated high school and my life has absolutely no direction.
Rachel: Don't you get it? No matter how rich, or famous, or successful I become, when it comes to you, I'm always going to be that moon-eyed girl who freaked you out at a first glee rehearsal. You are the first boy who made me feel loved, and sexy, and visible. You are my first love. And I want more than anything for you to be my last. But I can't do this anymore. At least not now. We're done.