Thursday, 4 February 2010

Who is a Glee-full person?

Put your hands up!

The best episode so far for me, series one episode 3.

A recap: For McKinley High football club to win for the first time ever, Kurt - uber gay Glee teen - shows how it should be done. By shakin' one's booty to Beyonce's Single Ladies. The team loosen up, find their inner divas, strike fear and utter bemusement to their opponents and guess what happens next? Classic.

But you will have to go here to watch this clip! As 20C Fox people are clamping down...!

Thanks Theresa Milstein.


Theresa Milstein said...

You have to find another link because the video was removed. Some sort of violation, terms of service thing.

I liked the first couple of episodes of "Glee", but then I lost interest. It was accumulating in my DVR, so I deleted them. Maybe I should give it another chance.

Old Kitty said...

Hi Theresa Milstein

Awww! Such a shame that Fox people removed it from youtube!


This episode was worth waiting for. The first two were kind of bleagh but then I stuck with it and this had me crying and laughing and loving the characters!

Oh and thanks for pointing out the youtube video removal. Oops on my part.

Take care

Kea said...

Oh, so typical...I have no idea what you are referring to. LOL. I assume this is something on television? I'm so NOT in sync with any current pop culture. :-/

Old Kitty said...

Hi Kim

Yes, sorry - this is the new in thing to watch on the telly! I got suckered into it and now am hooked. oh dear! But it's a show that shows a bit more promise than most stuff on telly, honest!



Anonymous said...

If you're in the UK, you ought to be able to watch it at - I think they add them a few days after they've aired.

I think you've just seen the one with that scene between Kurt and his dad - quite glad no-one else was in when I was watching that, or: 'Why are you crying during a programme about singing footballers and cheerleaders performing show tunes?'

Old Kitty said...

Hi hampshireflyer

That scene right at the end between Kurt and his dad just made me weep - weep!!! - without shame! It was done with such tenderness...

Wasn't that just a beautiful scene?


Take care