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    Quote Originally Posted by ez026zj View Post
    OK SO WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON WITH THE PICTURES OF THE SPANISH TEACHER ABOVE?? I hadn't seen him in anything before, and didn't expect to see pics of him like THOSE!
    He's already an established actor in New York and on Broadway. This is just his first major television role. That's why you've never heard of him. Or, rather his second. He was in 17 episodes of As the World Turns.

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    I loved the premiere, and I am going to continue watching. And not just because I think Cory Monteith is hot.
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    I'm already addicted! Cory Monteith is absolutely adorable.

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    I've watched the last scene 10+ times, I find Cory sosososo cute. He's not gorgeous, his character just makes him absolutely irresistible.

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    I thought it was a great show! I hope they are able to keep this one going.
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    I watched Glee and, while I found most of the actors quite cute, I couldn't help but recognize that all the plot lines and jokes were just taken from other movies and TV shows. The pilot started out with "Superbad" (down to the music!) while showing Jane Lynch reprising her character from Role Models. It then moved on to "Election", where each character gets their own voice over and the devote teacher proclaiming his love for teaching while attempting to get the jock into an unnatural school organization which happens to be composed of a Tracy Flick equivalent who talks about her gay dads and how they impregnated a surrogate with both their sperm at once to conceal the identity of the real father despite the fact that one is black and one is white, much like the clever joke first made in "Arrested Development". From there we get a feel for the camera work of "The Office" despite the show not being filmed in a documentary style except for where a sign posted in the teachers office contradicts his actions when blackmailing the jock to join the glee club, where his extreme talent (and ultimate enjoyment) of singing puts him at odds with his jock friends, a suspiciously familiar formula to that of every "High School Musical" movie. Maybe watching too many movies and TV shows has become bad for me as it ruins any show unoriginal enough to incorporate jokes and plot lines from many other sources.

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    I liked the show - really interesting concept - a musical TV show - and the characters are all likable.

    The girl who plays Rachel reminds me of Idina Menzel.

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    I thought the show was great. The final Journey number was terrific.

    The guy who plays the Spanish Teacher is hot!!

    Hope this show does better in the ratings in the fall. It's one of the few shows on TV that is actually good. Hope they don't cancel it like most of the shows I like.

    Something to look forward to the fall TV season to watch.

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    I think they have already cancelled the show do to the low viewership.

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    I enjoyed the show a lot! Hope it remains on the air for several seasons. The guys are hot! they look much older than high school kids. I liked the finale with the Journey song. Finally something decent on TV to watch, on Fox, nonetheless and it's not a reality ******
    I'd like to see more regular shows, less reality shows. The reality shows I'm sure are cheaper to produce, but enough already. Mostly stupid dumb reality shows. And they're not reality and they're edited.
    Good luck to Glee and if you liked the preview watch it in the Fall on Fox TV so it doesn't get cancelled!

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    Does anyone have the Justin Gaston pic of him shirtless from the pilot episode of Glee? Please post if you do.

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    While I highly doubt that it's cancelled already, it was never meant to air season 1 until Fall. I wouldn't be surprised if this ploy blew up in their faces. Dropping off the face of the Earth for all of Summer season it will likely be forgotten by fall and now that they've blown what must have been more than half of their marketing budget before the premiere that's gonna be an issue.

    And the whole things was just so they could get the American Idol lead which didn't even help that much. It's dark sarcastic humor that's masked by the bright fuzzy feel likely deterred the 'family' viewers that idol attracts. Maybe had it started with a song and dance number then they could've pulled an idol audience in but people need stick on through to the end. The dialogue wasn't very crisp and most of the episode was in the preview so while I like it I don't think it'll fair well.

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    I thought it was a good episode...can't believe they're holding out on it til the fall...this would have a great companion show to So You Think You Can Dance?....after hearing "Rehab"...I was hooked......and I just have to see why the hell they were singing Goldigger
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    Actually, this fall Glee will be televised on Wednesdays at 9pm, following "So You Think You Can Dance".

    In regards to the real-life ages of the cast as mentioned earlier, it is indeed odd that the teacher, played by Matthew Morrison is only 3 years older than actor Cory Monteith who plays jock/singer Finn. Morrison is 30 years old and Monteith is 27. Really, the other glee club members aren't that old -- Lea Michelle, who plays female lead Rachel, is 22. The male glee members Kurt (played by Chris Colfer) is 18 and the wheelchair-bound Anty (played by Kevin McHale) is 20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by braex27 View Post
    I liked the show - really interesting concept - a musical TV show - and the characters are all likable.

    The girl who plays Rachel reminds me of Idina Menzel.
    I was thinking the same thing throughout the whole episode. She'd be a good one for Wicked some day.

    I thought the show was funny and pretty strong for a pilot. Rachel did remind me of Tracy from Election, but then they added some more dimension to her character by making her someone who could be empathized with.

    Am I the only one who does not find Jane Lynch funny at all? She just leaves me cold--I don't know if I've ever laughed at anything she's done. I'll find it easy to dislike her character when the show begins in the Fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bostonboy20 View Post
    LOVE Jane Lynch! Party Down is hilarious.
    Jane wasn't in the Party Down season finale OR the episode before that. Pissed!! I wonder if filming Glee conflicted with that show?

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    even though it is totally biting other things, like "election" and "american pie," i am totally loving the ****** when rachel said, "there's nothing ironic about show choir," i almost died. and it seems like kurt is going to be hilarious, i.e. the preview of him showing up on the football field and saying "i'm here to audition for the role of kicker." i hope they don't make him pine for some straightie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrow View Post
    Jane wasn't in the Party Down season finale OR the episode before that. Pissed!! I wonder if filming Glee conflicted with that show?

    I think it probably did.....though I'm not complaining about Jennifer Coolidge replacing her for the episodes! But both of them together would be FANTASTIC!

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    I just got around to watching it. Fun 'n entertaining. I'll be tuning in when it starts in the Fall.

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    I loved the pilot. I can't wait for the show to start in the fall. Cory Monteith is hot...but officially, I'm watching the show for the musical numbers.
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    I thought it was just ok, not nearly as good as Ryan Murphy's other show Nip/Tuck. But I'll probably end up watching it just for Matthew Morrison, gosh he's beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammie13 View Post
    Actually, this fall Glee will be televised on Wednesdays at 9pm, following "So You Think You Can Dance".
    that's good...still odd that Fox is trying to gain hype on a show they ran once on the air that isn't going to show anymore new episodes til 3 months from now...I guess they are really trying to push their website for broadcasting....good luck with that...but either people are going to forget about it...or they are going to annoy us to death with ads about how its coming out this fall (and watch the first episode again and again online)
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    Anyone else watch it the pilot tonight? Definately was camp but in a good way. Anyone else like?

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    I thought it was great! Looking forward to seeing more episodes!!
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    I love the ****** I caught the premiere a few moths back on Hulu, and since then, I've been waiting for the season to officially start. I think this is a really fun show, and God knows I love me some Jane Lynch (homegirl is funny as hell). I just really want to see the episode where this Amber Riley does this performance:


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    I loved it...laughed a lot...the ONLY thing that annoyed me was the songs. They are fantastic but so overproduced that they don't match up with the actors singing. "Golddigger" was great but sooo didn't look like the teacher was actually singing it. And then the cheerleaders sounded like there was a full chorus behind them, not just 2 man-ish looking girls.

    but other then that little gripe, I love the show, Jane Lynch and Jessalyn Gilsig are AMAZING as usual! Sad that Jane won't be on "Party Down" anymore but glad she's on another great ******

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    I love evrything about this ****** except:

    the terrible lipsynching

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    the wife/pregnancy subplot. It's silly, takes up too much time and has ben done to death before. When I saw next week's preview with the sister holding a plastic belly pad to fake the pregnancy, I wanted to scream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by josher View Post
    I love evrything about this ****** except:

    the terrible lipsynching

    and

    the wife/pregnancy subplot. It's silly, takes up too much time and has ben done to death before. When I saw next week's preview with the sister holding a plastic belly pad to fake the pregnancy, I wanted to scream.
    yah and gotta love some plot holes, like when theyre in the tub together. Because your husband, that you sleep with every night won't know you are wearing a belly pad.

    As great of a show that it is, the plot is just so bad it has nowhere to develop. Get the cheer-os to start lezzing out or some hot gay action in the glee club to make it more interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josher View Post
    I love evrything about this ****** except:

    the terrible lipsynching

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    the wife/pregnancy subplot. It's silly, takes up too much time and has ben done to death before. When I saw next week's preview with the sister holding a plastic belly pad to fake the pregnancy, I wanted to scream.
    Don't the actors actually sing? That's what I like about the show despite the heavy autotuning.

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    Loved the pilot...have my DVR set to record the ****** Plus, the Glee teacher is HOT!

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    Yeah, I thought the singing voices were terribly dubbed in.

    I find the storyline of the teacher and his controlling wife super boring. He should just hook up with the redheaded-Anna Faris and get it over with.
    Whatever happened to that white dog poop from the '70s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbnormalDann View Post
    Don't the actors actually sing? That's what I like about the show despite the heavy autotuning.

    yes they actually sing...but they are pre-recorded tracks that they lipsync to when filming. I don't have a problem with it when it's like the big musical numbers (Don't Stop Believin') but when it was Gold Digger and Say A Little Prayer, when it was just a few people in the music room but it sounds like a full choir singing in an arena, it threw it off a bit for me.

    and yeah the wife/pregnancy is annoying...BUT Jessalyn Gilsig is so fantastic I look past it. I just hope Ryan Murphy doesn't kill her off of this show like he killed her off of Nip/Tuck!

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    One of my favorite new shows of the year. Great singers, funny characters, truly entertaining all around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbnormalDann View Post
    Don't the actors actually sing? That's what I like about the show despite the heavy autotuning.
    Almost all singing in film and television is pre-recorded and then dubbed.

    But in most films they also do post-dubbing to fix as many mistakes as they can.

    They're clearly not doing that here, perhaps due to time or financial restraints.

    Or perhaps the actors are just too young and inexperienced to do it well.
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    Well it's not financial concerns when it comes to the poor dubbing since the episodes are costing upwards of 5 million dollars to produce. Then again, the majority of that is going to the rights for the songs so maybe there really isn't that much left over for other things like that.

    Still though there's just so much to love. The cast is awesome and clearly very talented. Definitely on my top 10 list.

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    I have such a new obsession with this show, it's only been two episodes and I'm in love. I like anything musical though, so it was easy to pull me in. And then there is Cory Monteith and his infinite cuteness.

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    ^Cory's cute, but I find his faux-hawked friend much hotter. I think we saw a tease of him with no shirt on.
    Whatever happened to that white dog poop from the '70s?

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    I haven't been this excited and satisfied about a show since Buffy went off the air.

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    I want to like this show more than I do. It has some hilarious moments (Finn's flashback, most of the time Jane Lynch is on screen) and I enjoy some of the musical numbers alot (Don't Stop Believing was incredible) but something just doesn't resonate with me. I can't help but notice both the gay character and the black character are total stereotypes, all the women seem to define themselves by their need for the men, who have the luxury of being normal in a world where are the women are just inexplicably one sided and zany. It's like I LOVE quirky shows with quirky characters. But Glee's not set up like most shows I've seen pull off the quirky/hyperboyle character matrix: it's not one real person in a world of hyperboyle (Arrested Development), or real people from an off beat exaggerated world (Pushing Daisies), or the real world with a few incredibly quirky characters sprinkled in (Buffy). Glee is some bizarre and unsatisfying half and half situation that just makes you wonder... why the hell doesn't he just DUMP glue gun bitch, or why doesn't Finn tell Cheerleader McBitchy to kick rocks. These women have no redeeming qualities so the relationships they have are just puzzling.

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    It's not just the women, falcon. The PE coach is thick-headed and smokes pot. The seemingly earnest and caring lead character planted marijuana in the jock's locker and blackmailed him to join the glee club. The jock is a horny dullard who still lets friends torment geeks. The other jocks are all stereotypical pricks. The former glee club sponsor was a closeted gay guy. The principal is a tightwad.

    The show's humor is based on all of these high school stereotypes banging up against each other. I think the weird disconnect you might be feelings is that it also then tries to play it straight and sincere in some of the musical numbers and the characters' feelings. It's almost like the moral tacked on at the end of every South Park episode. It's a somewhat schizo little ******

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killjoke View Post
    It's not just the women, falcon. The PE coach is thick-headed and smokes pot. The seemingly earnest and caring lead character planted marijuana in the jock's locker and blackmailed him to join the glee club. The jock is a horny dullard who still lets friends torment geeks. The other jocks are all stereotypical pricks. The former glee club sponsor was a closeted gay guy. The principal is a tightwad.

    The show's humor is based on all of these high school stereotypes banging up against each other. I think the weird disconnect you might be feelings is that it also then tries to play it straight and sincere in some of the musical numbers and the characters' feelings. It's almost like the moral tacked on at the end of every South Park episode. It's a somewhat schizo little ******

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    I would disagree. The things youre pointing out, isolated incidents that are barely mentioned in characters that over all appeal to be much more whole and noraml, are nothign compared to the insanity of Jane Lynch's militant characters, Rachel's absolutely obsessive lust for fame, Terri's atrocious avarice, or the head cheerleaders boundless need for popularity... these character traits DEFINE characters. They are motivating factors for the central female characters and many (materialism and popularity often pegged as negative stereotypes about women (you know those catty wenches LOVE to shop).

    Where as things you describes, the fact a teacher smokes pot or that Schuster was willing to frame Finn to get him in Glee they're events not the kind of traits that consume a character. You're correct in your note about Finn's teammate being extremely stereotypical of jocks. I don't know why I didn't notice that maybe because Finn provides a blance for the jock stereotype while all the cheerleaders still move as a unit.

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    Re: Glee!

    watching the shoe right now - missed it on wednesday

    awesome

    cute boys

    good singing

    funny likeable characters

    the lead girl singer is amazing - what a great voice - so she's in love with the lead guy? he's cute

    i have it on my dvr

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    Quote Originally Posted by falconfan View Post
    I would disagree. The things youre pointing out, isolated incidents that are barely mentioned in characters that over all appeal to be much more whole and noraml, are nothign compared to the insanity of Jane Lynch's militant characters, Rachel's absolutely obsessive lust for fame, Terri's atrocious avarice, or the head cheerleaders boundless need for popularity... these character traits DEFINE characters. They are motivating factors for the central female characters and many (materialism and popularity often pegged as negative stereotypes about women (you know those catty wenches LOVE to shop).

    Where as things you describes, the fact a teacher smokes pot or that Schuster was willing to frame Finn to get him in Glee they're events not the kind of traits that consume a character. You're correct in your note about Finn's teammate being extremely stereotypical of jocks. I don't know why I didn't notice that maybe because Finn provides a blance for the jock stereotype while all the cheerleaders still move as a unit.
    Well, considering the audience this show targets the most, teen girls, the female stereotypes/quirks are probably quite deliberate. They're likely to identify with, or at least recognize, people like these characters.

    I don't dismiss the males' bad traits as quickly as you do; I think they're pretty defining as well. It's not like we've seen much depth on anyone's part, and even the two guys we're supposed to be rooting for are stereotypes. I'm willing to give this show many more episodes before jumping to the idea that it's misogynist--we're only two episodes in, after all.

    Besides, the music is pretty.

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    LOVED IT!!! It was really good. I look at TV strictly for entertainment. I try very hard to not disect every little thing about the ****** And just enjoy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Killjoke View Post
    Well, considering the audience this show targets the most, teen girls, the female stereotypes/quirks are probably quite deliberate. They're likely to identify with, or at least recognize, people like these characters.

    I don't dismiss the males' bad traits as quickly as you do; I think they're pretty defining as well. It's not like we've seen much depth on anyone's part, and even the two guys we're supposed to be rooting for are stereotypes. I'm willing to give this show many more episodes before jumping to the idea that it's misogynist--we're only two episodes in, after all.

    Besides, the music is pretty.
    I agree it needs more time. I mean critics love it. It's got it's moments. I WANT to like it but whenever the Schuster/bitch wife storyline or Finn/Bitch girlfriend storyline comes up I can't help but think... shut up and get on with this already. If you're going to have such staunch and unsympathizable characters they really should be used for comedy (ie Lynch's character) not for someone we'd have to reasonably expect the protagonists care about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brian1052000 View Post
    LOVED IT!!! It was really good. I look at TV strictly for entertainment. I try very hard to not disect every little thing about the ****** And just enjoy it.
    Same here! Love it and just watch it for entertainment!. Enjoy it very very MUCH!

    Also, their 1-liners = funny.

    The guy on wheelchair belongs to this Group called NLT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by falconfan View Post
    I agree it needs more time. I mean critics love it. It's got it's moments. I WANT to like it but whenever the Schuster/bitch wife storyline or Finn/Bitch girlfriend storyline comes up I can't help but think... shut up and get on with this already. If you're going to have such staunch and unsympathizable characters they really should be used for comedy (ie Lynch's character) not for someone we'd have to reasonably expect the protagonists care about.
    While I want see where Finn/girlfriend goes, I completely agree on Schuster/Bitch wife. The girlfriend tonight showed she has a soft side in wanting to get her boyfriend back--she actually looked vulnerable rather than calculating. But the wife is such a one note character and completely unlikeable.

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    I watched the pilot and episode 2 a few days ago.

    I think it's a really fun show with a lot of potential. But I can't really see how they'll keep it fresh for more than a season (if it gets picked up).

    Also, like others have already mentioned, the lip synching is awful. Perhaps this is being done on purpose to add to the cheesiness of the ******

    I have a crush on the bully guy "Puck" or whatever his name is.

    Quote Originally Posted by neoachilles View Post
    I just really want to see the episode where this Amber Riley does this performance:



    LMAO. I have no idea what's going on in this clip. Amber is in love with him? Wtf.

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    " They are gonna throw fruit at us and I just had a facial".

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    Not bad at all, it will take a couple more episodes to lock me in to the show but a good start. I love coach Sue.
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