History Series / Glee

21st Jun '16 10:48:41 PM goldenroad
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''[[{{Music/OneRepublic}} With every broken bone, I swear I lived.]]'']]
21st Jun '16 2:58:07 PM lakingsif
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''[[Music/OneRepublic ...with every broken bone, I swear, I lived.]]''

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21st Jun '16 2:54:07 PM lakingsif
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''[[{{Music/Journey}} Don't Stop Believin'!]]'']]



''Glee'' was about a high school teacher's attempts to organize his small public school's show choir while dealing with his personal issues and the torrid personal lives of the students around him. The first episode alone featured music from such disparate sources as ''Theatre/GuysAndDolls'' and Journey, and the show went on to showcase everything from Creator/CharlieChaplin to Music/LadyGaga.

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''Glee'' was about a high school teacher's attempts to organize his small public school's show choir while dealing with his personal issues and the torrid personal lives of the students around him. The first episode alone featured music from such disparate sources as ''Theatre/GuysAndDolls'' and Journey, Music/{{Journey}}, and the show went on to showcase everything from Creator/CharlieChaplin to Music/LadyGaga.



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''[[Music/OneRepublic ...with every broken bone, I swear, I lived.]]''
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21st Jun '16 2:50:41 PM lakingsif
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21st Jun '16 1:05:50 AM gewunomox
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** In "Theatricality," the girls ([[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Kurt]]) and guys dress up in costumes from Music/LadyGaga and {{Kiss}} respectively.

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** In "Theatricality," the girls ([[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Kurt]]) and guys dress up in costumes from Music/LadyGaga and {{Kiss}} Music/{{KISS}} respectively.
17th Jun '16 3:31:50 AM Doug86
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* CaptainErsatz: A majority of the alter egos of the Superhero Club in "Dynamic Duets" are based off of actual comic book heroes. Blaine lampshades it when Artie dresses as a [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} certain telepathic member of a certain band of mutants]], and informs him that members of the club can't dress as existing superheroes or else risk copyright violation.

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* CaptainErsatz: A majority of the alter egos of the Superhero Club in "Dynamic Duets" are based off of actual comic book heroes. Blaine lampshades it when Artie dresses as a [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen certain telepathic member of a certain band of mutants]], and informs him that members of the club can't dress as existing superheroes or else risk copyright violation.
9th Jun '16 4:36:38 PM nombretomado
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** Similarly, the versions of ''[[TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Rocky Horror]]'' and ''{{Grease}}'' that the club puts on are movie based rather than the actual stage productions.

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** Similarly, the versions of ''[[TheRockyHorrorPictureShow ''[[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Rocky Horror]]'' and ''{{Grease}}'' ''Film/{{Grease}}'' that the club puts on are movie based rather than the actual stage productions.



* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Sue lands an Award Bait expose on New Directions putting on a production of ''TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'' due entirely to Will's jealousy over Emma, but makes her case so well that Will cancels the show.

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Sue lands an Award Bait expose on New Directions putting on a production of ''TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'' ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'' due entirely to Will's jealousy over Emma, but makes her case so well that Will cancels the show.
9th Jun '16 6:20:05 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** "Extraordinary Merry Christmas" is one to classic Christmas specials, specifically, ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'', ''The Creator/JudyGarland Holiday Special'', and ''ACharlieBrownChristmas''.

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** "Extraordinary Merry Christmas" is one to classic Christmas specials, specifically, ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'', ''The Creator/JudyGarland Holiday Special'', and ''ACharlieBrownChristmas''.''WesternAnimation/ACharlieBrownChristmas''.



* TrueMeaningOfChristmas: Played with in "Extraordinary Merry Christmas." Rory reads Linus' speech from ''ACharlieBrownChristmas'', which is about the birth of Christ, to the rest of club. However, the speech is more of a reminder for them to stop being so selfish and materialistic.

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* TrueMeaningOfChristmas: Played with in "Extraordinary Merry Christmas." Rory reads Linus' speech from ''ACharlieBrownChristmas'', ''WesternAnimation/ACharlieBrownChristmas'', which is about the birth of Christ, to the rest of club. However, the speech is more of a reminder for them to stop being so selfish and materialistic.
30th May '16 12:51:37 PM Josef5678
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* BurnBabyBurn: After being fired as principal at McKinley, Sue burns everything inside her hurt locker, including her Cheerio trophies.

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* BurnBabyBurn: After being fired as principal at McKinley, [=McKinley=], Sue burns everything inside her hurt locker, including her Cheerio trophies.



** In "The Rocky Horror Glee Show," Sam mentions the Men of McKinley calendar. In Season 4's "Naked" episode, we see the calendar shoot.

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** In "The Rocky Horror Glee Show," Sam mentions the Men of McKinley [=McKinley=] calendar. In Season 4's "Naked" episode, we see the calendar shoot.



* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: Sue is finally fired from being principal at McKinley after the Superintendent saw her hurt locker, she lost her position, financial security, and legacy, then also gets humiliated on a Fox News interview, and eventually becomes the new coach of Vocal Adrenaline.

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* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: Sue is finally fired from being principal at McKinley [=McKinley=] after the Superintendent saw her hurt locker, she lost her position, financial security, and legacy, then also gets humiliated on a Fox News interview, and eventually becomes the new coach of Vocal Adrenaline.



* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: For seven episodes in season 5, the show abandoned the McKinley High storyline, and took place completely in New York, following the glee club alumni. Ultimately subverted when Season 6 went back to its original premise.

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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: For seven episodes in season 5, the show abandoned the McKinley [=McKinley=] High storyline, and took place completely in New York, following the glee club alumni. Ultimately subverted when Season 6 went back to its original premise.



** Season 5 had the most dramatic retool of them all; New Directions is temporarily disbanded in Episode 11 (leading to the departures of Melissa Benoist, Jacob Artist, Alex Newell, and Blake Jenner), and the last seven episodes were entirely based in New York. Season 6 returned the action to McKinley.

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** Season 5 had the most dramatic retool of them all; New Directions is temporarily disbanded in Episode 11 (leading to the departures of Melissa Benoist, Jacob Artist, Alex Newell, and Blake Jenner), and the last seven episodes were entirely based in New York. Season 6 returned the action to McKinley.[=McKinley=].



* ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections: Myron, despite being a 13-year-old middle school student, is somehow able to attend McKinley and join New Directions, thanks to his superintendent uncle pulling some strings.

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* ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections: Myron, despite being a 13-year-old middle school student, is somehow able to attend McKinley [=McKinley=] and join New Directions, thanks to his superintendent uncle pulling some strings.



** To an even larger extent, Kurt is played as having almost no shot at getting into NYADA unless he becomes class president. However, along with being in the Glee Club, he brought the Cheerios to a national title, started a P-FLAG chapter at McKinley, was in the school play and, most of all, organized his father's successful congressional campaign. And as a performing arts school, NYADA would definitely take notice of that, considering that Burt ran on a pro-arts platform.

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** To an even larger extent, Kurt is played as having almost no shot at getting into NYADA unless he becomes class president. However, along with being in the Glee Club, he brought the Cheerios to a national title, started a P-FLAG chapter at McKinley, [=McKinley=], was in the school play and, most of all, organized his father's successful congressional campaign. And as a performing arts school, NYADA would definitely take notice of that, considering that Burt ran on a pro-arts platform.



** Season Five's "100" and "New Directions" acted (unofficially) as a two-parter goodbye episode to McKinley High's Glee Club after they lost at Regionals and are forced to (temporarily) disband. The show went into a minor {{Retool}} as the final seven episodes shifted focus to New York, with Will and Sue reduced to cameos. Season 6 returned to McKinley.

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** Season Five's "100" and "New Directions" acted (unofficially) as a two-parter goodbye episode to McKinley [=McKinley=] High's Glee Club after they lost at Regionals and are forced to (temporarily) disband. The show went into a minor {{Retool}} as the final seven episodes shifted focus to New York, with Will and Sue reduced to cameos. Season 6 returned to McKinley.[=McKinley=].
21st May '16 2:14:48 PM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: Sue, Terri, and Kendra (Terri's sister) are all played fairly straight, although with the exception of Kendra they are given redeeming qualities in varying degrees. Quinn starts out this way, but [[HeelFaceTurn changes as the series progresses]], especially after getting pregnant and later getting kicked out of the Cheerios. Averted by Brittany, who seems genuinely sweet (possibly because she appears to be too dumb for cruelty).
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