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"God, sometimes Rachel is so entitled it makes me want to throw my TV in the garbage and then throw the garbage into the ocean and then throw the ocean into outer space and then throw outer space at Rachel."

Lindy West, recapping/disemboweling “Glee” (which The Washington Post Style Tumblr loathes) on NYMag’s Vulture blog. (H/t Caitlin Gibson)

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"This is what’s insidiously wrong (and tiresome) about ‘Glee’ and the gays: Its modest ambitions for a little provocative high-school camp were fun to watch up to and until the moment I realized that gay kids (and grown-ups) were taking it seriously."

Hank Stuever, on “Glee.” A thousand times yes.

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Good news from GleeSucks.com: Buttons will be available soon!
But surprise surprise: Our own Emily Yahr actually discovered a cohesive plot in last night’s episode. There’s a first time for everything.

Good news from GleeSucks.com: Buttons will be available soon!

But surprise surprise: Our own Emily Yahr actually discovered a cohesive plot in last night’s episode. There’s a first time for everything.

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"I love Jane. Honestly I do. But I don’t think she should have gotten the Emmy for that part. [Sue Sylvester] is just a one-note character."

— Ed O’Neill, speaking the truth. Especially in light of last night’s über-horrendous Christmas episode of “Glee.”

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theweekmagazine:

Bigger than The Beatles
The irrepressible “Glee” kids have surpassed the Fab Four with 75 hits on the Billboard charts – depressing cultural critics everywhere.

“Yes folks, we have to either bang our heads against a brick wall, or  accept that the public’s taste in music has changed from hardworking,  original bands to covers of famous songs by American musical theatre,”

Ruth  Harrison at FemaleFirst
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Another chance to plug Glee Sucks, the only thing standing between cultural literacy and the screaming void.

theweekmagazine:

Bigger than The Beatles

The irrepressible “Glee” kids have surpassed the Fab Four with 75 hits on the Billboard charts – depressing cultural critics everywhere.

“Yes folks, we have to either bang our heads against a brick wall, or accept that the public’s taste in music has changed from hardworking, original bands to covers of famous songs by American musical theatre,”

Ruth Harrison at FemaleFirst

Photo: FOX

Another chance to plug Glee Sucks, the only thing standing between cultural literacy and the screaming void.

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"This was a tough one to watch and, to be real honest, we don’t know if we can make it through a 2nd season. This show already feels like it has been on longer than M*A*S*H, and we weren’t even born when M*A*S*H ended."

Glee Sucks, a wonderful and necessary blog dedicated to public service, in its episode 2.1 recap (i.e. flaying) of the Fox show “Glee.”

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