Glee: Season 2
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Despite their loss at the Regionals, the kids in New Directions are more motivated than ever. And whether it's Will doing a sexy tango with a substitute teacher (Gwyneth Paltrow), Sue joining the glee club, or everyone catching Bieber fever, the excitement at William McKinley High School is keeping everyone on their toes. With more incredible musical numbers, hugely popular guest stars like John Stamos, Carol Burnett and Kristin Chenowith and lots of behind-the-scenes special features, Glee Season 2 hits all the right notes.
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And newcomers Sam and Blaine. Sam is a total One Direction stand in but it works. He has a beautiful voice and his struggle with Finn over leadership just sets a new dynamic. Blaine the dreamy gay guy every girl wishes was straight so they could have him. He helps Kurt stand up for himself and helps him to feel okay in his own skin. He makes Kurt happy.
Glee works because they don't try to change who the characters are completely it works because it trys to show the growth of each character and how one club that keeps getting pushed around can change so many point of views and touch so many hearts with the love of music.
Those kids are talented and inspiring. They teach you that when you love something so much then you shouldn't let your emotions get in the way of keeping it's dream alive. But most importantly it's about a family who love each other no matter what goes down between them.
The story lines, however, are phenomenal. I love how this season covers SO MANY important topics, such as: religion, homophobia, blended families, disabilities, sex, accepting yourself, death, etc. Glee is definitely on top of things.
I absolutely love the Santana/Brittany & Kurt/Blaine story lines, and think that it is really important to portray gay teens on television. Also the fact that Glee is one of the first shows, if not the first, to have a parent explaining to their gay child the importance of practicing safe-sex, that just shows that Glee knows what's up!
Glee is a roller-coaster and I'm enjoying the ride.
Yes, the season has its problems...but the DVD doesn't. Honestly, sometimes I watch Glee for the actual show and characters and other times, I just need a pick-me-up with its beyond fun super karaoke. I have fast-forwarded through many shows just to watch and sing and dance along (great exercise) to my favorite numbers again and again. I highly recommend it. Episodes like Britney/Brittany and every single one featuring the Warblers make up for the flaws of this young series.
Why blu-ray? It's the new world order and the price finally fell close enough for me to the DVD version that it was worth it. I've been watching for the price for a year and waited forever for it to fall below $32 bucks. That seemed more reasonable than the high 40s though I am sure other Gleeks didn't mind paying that much for the season.
Bonus features: Glee Music Jukebox, The Making of the Rocky Horror Glee Show, Exclusive Bonus Song, Building Glee's Auditorium with Cory Monteith, A Day in the Life of Brittany, Shooting Glee in New York City, Guesting on Glee, Stevie Nicks Goes Glee (Amazing feature if you ask me!), Sue's Quips, Santana's Slams, The Wit of Brittany, Getting Waxed with Jane Lynch, and Glee at Comic-Con 2010.
This season definitely has the best bonus features. :)
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I have to wait 5 minutes from when I insert the disc until I can actually watch the episode.