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Glee Review: When The Lights Go Out At McKinley (4/26/2013)Unfortunately, I have to disagree with the reviewer about the sexual abuse situation and how it was handled. I think that Murphy hit the nail on the head with the reaction of the Glee clubbers. Remember--this is a show about high schoolers. This is how high schoolers respond. People (especially children/teens) are uncomfortable with anything that is not "normal".... this was a portrayal of a real and common response. Murphy should take it a step further and have Will make sure that Ryder gets into some counseling. I loved Sue singing "Little Girls"---best sequence of the night next to "We Will Rock You". Santana is always a plus on the TV--I really wish we had more Kurt singing though. Missing Brittany and Joe also. Glee is a fun show that I enjoy with my kids. The topics recently have opened discussions with my pre-teen girls in a way that is helpful to explain things to them.
Glee Review: Say What You Need To Say (4/12/2013)This episode was absolutely done with respect to all the parties--the students and especially to Becky. I appreciated the warning at the beginning of the show--because I decided not to let my 9 and 10 year old daughters watch it until after I did--and I deleted it before they could. It was too much for that age group (they love Glee). I was in tears during the choir room and bathroom scenes. Murphy did a great job with this episode; as did all the actors. This review is right on target Miranda.