Glee honors The Rocky Horror Picture Show on this episode, which features the return of John Stamos. Get excited for it via this preview.
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From episode "Duets," of Sam and Quinn getting along very well during rehearsal
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Which tandem will come up with the best duet? That's the question posed on this episode of Glee, as officially previewed here.
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In the wake of tragic teenage suicides in the gay community, Chris Colfer has recorded this message. It's important, and it's worth a viewing.
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What can you look forward to on the episode "Duets?" A series of duets from various Glee artists! They're previewed here.
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Glee takes a major risk on this episode: it tackles the subject of religion. Check out the promo for "Grilled Cheesus."
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Get to know Heather Morris in this great video. She talks about her career and how she ended up on Glee.
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Welcome to Glee, John Stamos! We're introduced to his character in this clip from the show's 9/28/10 episode.
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Glee Quotes

You know, the New York Times said, um, half the increase in support of gay marriage is due to generational turnover. That's what smart people call 'crazy, uptight bitches dying.' You guys lost, okay? And honestly the rest of us are just going about our business being normal and waiting for you not to be around, and not because you can stop us from getting married, but because you're kind of annoying.

Brittany

I just want somebody to love me.

Quinn