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Glee DVD Review: Road to Sectionals

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It's a credit to the Glee cast, crew, producers and musical numbers that the show has remained so popular despite its unusual scheduling.

First, it premiered a single episode in May 2009. Fans were then forced to wait until September for a true first season.

Now, it's taking the longest hiatus a series has ever gone on mid-season. It won't return with new episodes until April.

Fortunately, Fox recognizes this problem and has taken yet another unique step: it released a DVD this week of just the first half of the show's first season.

Glee DVD

Titled "Road to Sectionals," the four-disc set includes 13 episodes and a few special features. They are:

  • Welcome to McKinley: Principal Figgins-featured video that introduces new students/viewers to the school. 
  • Audition Clips: Full-length videos for Rachel's "Respect" and "On My Own" renditions.
  • Casting Sessions – Crew members and cast members discuss the origins of the show, as well as the casting process for various characters.
  • Deconstructing Glee with Ryan Murphy: The creator analyzes the themes behind the show.
  • Dance Boot Camp: The Glee choreographer and many actors focus on the musical numbers and provide backstage footage from the dance practices.
  • Meet Jane Lynch: Self-explanatory. Hilarious.
  • Video Diaries: Many of the cast members share video diaries they shot during promotional appearances for the comedy.

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Glee Quotes

Beiste: Dr. Jones said the new end of world date is September 27, 2014
Brittany: That gives us like two whole years of giving love and brutal honesty to everyone we know.

Relationships are a lot like flowers. If you find the right seed, put it in good soil, give it water and sunlight, bam. Perfect bud. And then comes winter and the flower dies. But if you tend that garden, spring will come along and that flower will bloom again.

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