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Glee makes a grand leap from "Guilty Pleasures" to one of its most serious and heart-wrenching
episodes of all four seasons. I'm Alex and if you haven't last night's "Shooting Star,"
this is your official spoiler alert.
So, let's start with the important stuff. Glee jumps right back from yet another hiatus
and tackles the subject of school violence head on. I know dealing with such a serious,
weighty issue couldn't have been easy, and it was a huge risk... but I haven't decided
if I think it paid off or not. I will say, however, that the cast – newbies, you too
– did a really great job of capturing the raw emotion of such a traumatizing event.
The twist was that no one was actually in any real danger, as far as this Glee story
goes, and as it turns out, Sue has taken the fall for Becky, who brought a gun to school
for protection… So is that really the end of Sue? I mean… she blackmails her students
and barrels through the halls, shoving kids against lockers for comic relief… and she's
just NOW getting fired? That said, her final scene did make me tear up a bit.. and reminded
us all that behind all the one-liners and coordinating track suits.. she really does
have a heart. Somewhere. Like really deep down.
Of course, despite the very somber subject matter of most of this episode, there was
still room for some lighthearted moments. It all begins when Brittany decides there's
a meteor slash comet headed for the Earth… and even though Sam is the only one who believes
her, Schue still thinks this topic is important enough to model an entire lesson around it.
Like I said, seriously running out of ideas.
And let's not forget Ryder's catfishing storyline. He finds who he thinks is his beloved Katie
roaming the halls, pours his heart out to her via song, of course, and…. she's thrilled.
But she's not Katie. Apparently Ryder the football star has never heard of Manti Teo,
but Marissa has, and she breaks the devastating news that he's been catfished. The good news
is… Marissa still wants you to call him. The bad news is… I'm pretty sure she left
before giving him her number.
A romantic duet between Sam and Brittany turns out to actually be a love song for Lord Tubbington.
I like how everyone on stage looked really confused when Brittany starting singing to
the audience when there was clearly a gigantic tabby cat on a love seat throne perched in
the audience with a spotlight on him. Well, at least Lord Tubbington now has a lady friend,
thanks to Sam, who probably reached the absolute height of adorableness in this episode.
Anyway, still no sign of Ryder's catfisher - any last predictions on who it is? My guess
is back to Unique, but I'm still preparing myself for surprises just in case. Let me
know your predictions, as well as your thoughts on how Glee dealt with this episode's serious
subject matter. Too ambitious? Perfectly poignant? Sound off below and I'll see you next week
to talk more Glee.
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Glee 4x18 "Shooting Star" Recap/Review: McKinley High Tackles the Subject of School Violence

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