Series co-creator/co-executive producer Ian Brennan gives examples of risque jokes -- many of which are written for cast member Jane Lynch (Sue Sylvester) -- that do or don't make it to air. Executive producer Dante Di Loreto also comments.
Kurt and Coach Beiste receive their first kisses while Will tries to tackle bullying.
If these cast members of GLEE could have a conversation with their character, what would they say? Find out here!
It's Mike Chang, people and you'll get to hear a lot more from him in season 2.
Self-professed Broadway babies and theater geeks Lea Michele and Darren Criss loved shooting this episode.
The gang and the Lexington Home residents rally the diners into adopting rescue dogs with a rousing performance of the appropriately-titled "Take Me Home Tonight."
If they write a brand new part for you, you've pretty much nailed the audition.
Glee sneak peek.
A phoner. An interview. On the telephone.
Watch Lea's diary of her trip to NYC. And don't forget to watch the series premiere of Glee 9/9 on FOX!
Rachel isn't fooled when she receives an encouraging note that's supposedly from the original Fanny Brice.
Kurt demonstrates his perseverance with a rousing performance of "I'm Still Here" from Follies.
Rachel, Blaine, Kurt, Sam and Artie band together after Kurt is attacked because of his sexual orientation, taking part in a candlelit vigil to "No One Is Alone" from Into The Woods.
"People" (Full Performance)
Get a sneak peek at Matthew Morrison's new song "Still Got Tonight" from his debut solo record.
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