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Glee 7 Seasons 2011

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Season 2
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(645) IMDb 8.3/10

12. Silly Love Songs TV-PG CC

Love is in the air.

Starring:
Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer
Runtime:
45 minutes
Original air date:
February 8, 2011

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Season 2

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173 of 209 people found the following review helpful By Phoenix Child VINE VOICE on May 31, 2011
Format: DVD
There's been quite a bit of truly justified criticism of "Glee"'s second season. I myself had to force myself to wait a few weeks after the airing of the "New York" finale to actually try to write a coherent review on this sophomore season. Bearing that in mind, let's take the route of this season's first episode and recap what was the first season of "Glee":

"Glee" tells the story of a tiny, bullied glee club (a show choir where the participants sing and dance to either pop or showtunes or both without actually performing a musical) and how both the power of music and a kind mentor who believes in them helps twelve misfits forge a family and strive to share how special they are with the world, no matter how much is stacked against them. Although it sounds like a strangely cheesy premise and an unlikely TV show, "Glee"'s madcap formula, amazing music performances, terrific acting, intriguing characters, and potently quotable one-line zingers launched it into the stratosphere and it quickly became an international sensation and success. Within these plot lines, "Glee" tackled the sensitive issue of teen pregnancy (and how religion can impact that issue) wonderfully, along with showcasing the struggles of teenagers with body issues, the confusing adolescent world of sexuality, popularity, friendship, family, loyalty, bullying and peer pressure. Although there were a few misses in the first season, overall the season itself was one of the brightest and freshest new shows around, and it won several awards for it as well.

There's the rub, however: "Glee" is handled by three showrunners (Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan), all of whom apparently decided that they could do no wrong.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Robertson on November 13, 2010
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WOW! Such a sensitive and timely representation of bullying and high school homosexuality goes way above my already very high expectations for this show. And the substance goes down smoothly when coated with musical numbers that make you want to get out of your seat to dance and sing along! I smell Emmy for Chris Colfer this season. Darren Criss (I think that's his name) absolutely lights up the screen as Kurt's new gay friend, and I predict this show will really be a springboard for him. I can't believe that FOX, the station with one of the most conservative news teams on TV, aired a program in which two men kissed! Why couldn't we have had television like this when I was growing up?!
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23 of 30 people found the following review helpful By kyrakahn6 on July 12, 2011
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Season 2 of Glee has earned a lot of heat, to say the least. Meandering plot lines, 'in your face' storytelling,characters being forgotten about. And yes, some of these things hold true. I am still patiently waiting for Tina to make a reappearance as a functioning human being. Yet, for all these criticisms, I believe the season 2 surpassed season 1, for a variety of reasons, some of these reasons being why the show was critiqued as well.
First, season 2 had some of the most fantastic songs ever featured on the show. From Quinn and Rachel's "I Feel Pretty/Unpretty" duet to Kurt's absolutely heart-breaking "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" to Santana's "Songbird", the original cast stepped up to the plate and delivered their best performances to date. And then we have new cast members adding to the mix...you guessed it...the incredible Darren Criss in his portrayal as Blaine and the astounding Warblers! Who can forget "Teenage Dream", and how it swept us all of our feet? To sum it up, the music this season was incredible.
Second, the 'in your face' message episodes. These episodes have been criticized for trying to push a message to strongly and obviously. However, I can assure you that this is the only way that the show's target audience- namely teenagers- are going to listen. For example, the episode that dealt exclusively with alcohol. I believe in every way that the episode was brilliant, because in the end the message it sent was 'Yeah, we know you kids are going to drink. It's a fact of life. But you need to be careful, and adults--please give your teenager the support system they need.' This episode actually reached teenagers that I know, and got them thinking harder than any lecture ever had.
And I have to devote an entire tirade to what season 2 has done for the LGBT community.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By The Vampire Pandorina on March 23, 2011
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This weeks Glee episode really moved and excited me with its positive message and sweet romance. It is good to see a show presenting teen relationships in a positive light without being in your face or preachy. It also impressed me with its original songs. All I have to say is it is about time. I hope this show will stick around for more than a few years. These characters have grown on me.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 2, 2011
I read an interview of the creator of this show at the start of the season. He said he was making no one a star and was going to regularly rotate kids out of the show and accent new characters. This might make sense if he hadn't chosen to use one of the real break out stars, Chris Colfer, who plays the gay teen Kurt in the Glee Club. He has not been totally gone but he has been marginalized for a really long time. On this episode he returns to his rightful high school and pretty much stars in the episode.

What an enormous difference it made to the show. I had steadily been losing interest in the show but my interest really came right back up the moment he returned front and center. I wrongly thought that Jane Lynch, my other favorite, would be enough to sustain my interest but not so. Much as I loved Gwyneth Paltrow in her first appearance on this show, I was heartily sick of her by her last appearance and was really eager to get back to the show I used to love. I have also really missed seeing Kristin Chenowith this season. She was just superb as April. But I will take getting Kurt back in his rightful place, thank you very much.
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