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Glee
"Britney 2.0"

Glee pays tribute to Britney Spears again as Brittany S. Pearce has a meltdown and a comeback. In New York, Rachel gets closer to Brody.

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"The New Rachel"

Glee kicks off Season 4 by following Rachel to New York City. Back in Ohio, the glee club seeks to replace Rachel's star-power with a new member or two.

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"Goodbye"

The title of the Glee season finale says it all, doesn't it? It's time for McKinley High's seniors to say goodbye.

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"Nationals"

The New Directions are off to Nationals to compete against Vocal Adrenaline for bragging rights and a $10,000 grant. Lindsay Lohan and Perez Hilton, along with Whoopi Goldberg, guest star.

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"Props"

Tina falls into a fountain at the mall and hits her head on this episode of Glee. The result? Freaky Friday, Glee style.

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"Prom-asaurus"

As their senior year comes to a close, some members of the New Directions prepare for the prom while others plan an anti-prom. Quinn campaigns for queen with Finn as her king.

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"Choke"

Kurt and Rachel's final NYADA auditions take place. One of them does well, while the other one chokes. Puck must pass a test to graduate. The girls help Coach Beiste.

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"Dance With Somebody"

New Directions will pay tribute to the late, great Whitney Houston by covering some of her biggest chart-toppers in this episode.

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"Saturday Night Glee-ver"

Saturday Night Glee-ver, fittingly, features the Glee club paying homage to the movie Saturday Night Fever with disco-infused numbers, while Glee Project runner-up Alex Newell debuts.

  • 3.4 / 5.0
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"Big Brother"

Welcome to Glee, Matt Bomer! This White Collar star stops by this week as Blaine's brother, Cooper.

  • 4.6 / 5.0
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