Oi! I am declaring at this moment that I have another favorite TV show and it is called ‘glee‘. I just don’t know where to start. It is a quandary to decide whether it is the cheerleading coach’s daunting quotes*, the hottie professor who stars in a boys band, or the tremendous talent of McKinley High School’s glee club that threw me off my chair when I discovered this TV show. I order you to go through this awe-inspiring new comedy series. Get a sneak peak with this extended trailer.
‘Glee’ just started a few episodes ago and is already collecting marvelous critics. I believe that all high school kids should take the time to watch this series. They will initially feel the urge to dance and sing their heart out, and will also eventually accept that it is OK to be different.
Indeed, in addition to the superbly choreographed music acts, the show succeeds to deal with teenage topics like sex, eating disorders, pregnancy, homosexuality, etc. Rest assured, the adults also get their share of mid-life crisis, career’s reevaluation, couple’s drama and secret crushes. Needless to say that this astute series ‘glee’ is due to the blatant talent among the cast.
Oh yeah, speaking of pure talent, I almost forgot to tell you to tune in tonight’s episode, the recently Emmy winner Kristin Chenoweth will guest star! Believe me, every episode is a palatable treat to your eyes and ears :)
*Sue Sylvester the cheerleading coach (Jane Lynch) quotes:
- “You think this is hard? I’m living with hepatitis, that’s hard!”
- “Let me be the one to break the silence. That was the most offensive thing I have seen in 20 years of teaching and that includes an elementary school production of “Hair.”
- “This is what we call a total disaster ladies, I’m going to have to ask you to smell your arm pits… That’s the smell of failure. And its stinking up my office!”
Big L ol