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.
Check out this exclusive clip from the 'Glee' Season 2 DVD.
She is a gleeful person.
Hold on, I'm going to party call mode.
Glee sneak peek.
Self-professed Broadway babies and theater geeks Lea Michele and Darren Criss loved shooting this episode.
Blaine looks after Kurt, who's just been attacked, and sings "Not While I'm Around" from Sweeney Todd.
Sam looks on as Mercedes shines her light with a rousing performance of "Colorblind."
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."
New Directions takes on New York
Go on tour with the cast of GLEE.
Quinn returns to McKinley a changed woman.
Series co-creator/executive producer Ryan Murphy says that it's unlikely that actors from his show "Popular" will guest star on "Glee." Ryan says that, unlike his experience with "Nip/Tuck," he doesn't have conflicts with the censors on "Glee."
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