It's now or never for the New Directions.
Life is Stevie Wonder-ful.
It's back to basics when the lights go out.
You're never too old to chase your dreams.
The glee club faces their toughest challenge yet.
Everyone has a secret.
The claws come out.
Lights! Camera! Glee!
Will and Emma's wedding is finally here, and it lands on the day of romance and love: Valentine's Day.
The diva claws come out.
Skin is in at McKinley High.
Female empowerment rules the school.
Tis the season for holiday tales.
The glee club faces new possibilities after Sectionals.
New Directions warms up for Sectionals.
It's a new era for the New Directions.
The New Directions and the Cheerios deliver a mashup of "I Still Believe" and "Super Bass."
Unique and Ryder take the lead on a rocking mashup of "The Bitch Is Back" and "Dress You Up."
Bad boy Brody knows a thing or two about "How To Be A Heartbreaker."
Here comes the rush before we touch; the New Directions invite you to come a little "Closer."
Mr. Schuester and Finn confront their issues on stage via dueling 90's boy band mashups.
The rival glee club Who's Your Daddies rock the Regionals stage with their rendition of "Clarity."
Rachel does her best to wow the judges with her performance of "To Love You More" at callbacks for Funny Girl.
The New Directions pull out all the stops with "I Love It" at Regionals.
The glee club inspires the audience at Regionals with the uplifting lyrics of "Hall of Fame."
Frida Romero (guest star Jessica Sanchez) leads her school's glee club at Regionals with "Wings."
It's Marley's turn to shine as she leads the glee club with her original song "All or Nothing."
Entering its fourth season, this year the members of New Directions compete amongst themselves to be the "new Rachel" and hold auditions to find new students. Meanwhile, the graduating class leaves the comforts of McKinley where Rachel struggles to please her demanding NYADA teacher (Kate Hudson) and Kurt second-guesses his decision to stay in Lima. Four newcomers also join the musical comedy.