American Horror Story has been on my radar from the moment it was announced. I've always loved the horror genre's sporadic stabs at the small screen (from Night Gallery to American Gothic) and am more than ready to welcome new additions. But as I watched this 2nd season -- I realized I could never write about the show on a week to week basis.
Okay, so after criticizing how immature this season's new love triangle was, Glee must've heard me because they stepped up their game with a couple of surprise twists to make this triangle much more interesting. All that trouble that Ryder was having in his classes? Turns out he's dyslexic.
Were you like me and found it a little odd that this episode wasn't so much the New Directions staging the musical Grease, but more them paying homage to the 1978 movie Grease? I'm a fan of the movie too, but I would have liked to have seen some creativity instead of everyone just performing scenes shot for shot straight o
After weeks of baseball playoffs and Presidential elections, Glee is finally back. I almost forgot where we left off. Everyone broke up, remember? Well as it turned out Will and Emma are still together, but they still have some things to work out. More on that later.
Three episodes in and I haven't felt Glee has been breaking much new ground this season. And you can hear me groan at the sight of Marley and Jake bonding at school about being poor at the beginning of this episode.
It's been a fun start to the fourth season of Glee so far, despite some predictability. And so here lies the first episode with a major cliff-hanger ending.
Oops, they did Britney again! At only the second episode, Glee does its first theme episode of the season, and Ms. Spears becomes the first artist to get a second treatment from the New Directions. I hope this isn't a sign that Glee is running out of songs/artists to perform.
Wide eyed Midwestern ingénue. Check. Bright lights, big city. Check. Dreams of making it in the big apple. Check. Drill sergeant for a dance instructor. Check. Reality check. Check.
Welcome to New York, you suck. And so begins Dance 101 with Cassandra July (Kate Hudson).
Like any difficult goodbye, the final episode of Glee's Season 3, seemed like there wasn't enough time for everything to be said. Before we knew it everyone was in their cap and gown and tears were flowing.
Silly me, I thought this week's episode was the season finale. Alas, next week will be the infamous "Graduation" episode that Gleeks around the world have been waiting for...