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  • Last weekend, the charming and soft-spoken Director of Photography for Glee – Joaquin Sedillo – sat down for a chat about his road to success, the show, its final season and his interactions with fans on Twitter.

    Getting to Know Glee’s Joaquin Sedillo

    Last weekend, the charming and soft-spoken Director of Photography for Glee – Joaquin Sedillo – sat down for a chat about his road to success, the show, its final season and his interactions with fans on Twitter.

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  • Featuring a hilarious guest shot from Kristen Schaal, a visit from Brittany (Heather Morris), a few metaphors via the show Pippin, and some big numbers, it almost feels like a series wrap-up.

    RECAP: Glee S5 Ep20 – “The Untitled Rachel Berry Project”

    Featuring a hilarious guest shot from Kristen Schaal, a visit from Brittany (Heather Morris), a few metaphors via the show Pippin, and some big numbers, it almost feels like a series wrap-up.

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  • The Grown-Up New York Adventures continue this week on Glee, with "Tested" as relationships, faith and blood work all play into some difficult moments our plucky McKinley grads.

    Glee S5 Ep16 – “Tested”

    The Grown-Up New York Adventures continue this week on Glee, with "Tested" as relationships, faith and blood work all play into some difficult moments our plucky McKinley grads.

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  • The main issue with this episode seem to be conflicting tones - while Glee, at it's best, skillfully blends the heart-wrenchingly dramatic and the weirdly cracky humor, this felt a beat or two off.

    Glee E5 Ep15 – “Bash”

    The main issue with this episode seem to be conflicting tones - while Glee, at it's best, skillfully blends the heart-wrenchingly dramatic and the weirdly cracky humor, this felt a beat or two off.

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  • If "Purple Piano Project" and "The New Rachel" got married and had a baby, "New New York" might be it. Our theme is space and boundaries - finding it, making it your own, managing it with the people you love.

    RECAP: Glee S5 E14 – “New New York”

    If "Purple Piano Project" and "The New Rachel" got married and had a baby, "New New York" might be it. Our theme is space and boundaries - finding it, making it your own, managing it with the people you love.

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  • What a terrific episode! Touching, funny, great music, quirky and tender at once. This was classic Glee - a focus on the love of performing and the friendships between the New Directioners. It's a perfect way to count down to a Lima-less Glee, and say goodbye to the promise that will never be fulfilled. This was supposed to be Finn's Glee Club.

    Glee S5 E11 – “City of Angels”

    What a terrific episode! Touching, funny, great music, quirky and tender at once. This was classic Glee - a focus on the love of performing and the friendships between the New Directioners. It's a perfect way to count down to a Lima-less Glee, and say goodbye to the promise that will never be fulfilled. This was supposed to be Finn's Glee Club.

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  • Rachel serves bread, but Sam demurs. He's on the Mentos and flavored air diet. Rachel and Kurt want Sam to find another agency and Blaine decides this should be settled with a song, much to Santana's horror. Rachel and Kurt are as happy as five year olds, and Ms. Lopez's screaming nightmare of the loft becoming a gay piano bar becomes a reality.

    Glee S5 E6 “Movin’ Out”

    Rachel serves bread, but Sam demurs. He's on the Mentos and flavored air diet. Rachel and Kurt want Sam to find another agency and Blaine decides this should be settled with a song, much to Santana's horror. Rachel and Kurt are as happy as five year olds, and Ms. Lopez's screaming nightmare of the loft becoming a gay piano bar becomes a reality.

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