Sue and Mr. Schuester take a bite out of the Big Apple with their performance of "NYC" from Annie.
Sue's come to New York to see Rachel choke on her opening night - and to crash at the loft.
Rachel isn't fooled when she receives an encouraging note that's supposedly from the original Fanny Brice.
Rachel skips the cast party to head to a gay club with her friends where the guys adore her, particularly after her performance of NONONO's "Pumpin Blood."
From jumping on mattresses to skating in a rink in the middle of New York City, the original cast of Glee reflects on some of the most ridiculous scenarios in Glee history.
With Rachel's pre-show jitters behind her and Sue wrapped up in a man she meets at the show, they each perform "Who Are You Now" from Funny Girl.
After reading negative reviews online, Rachel attempts to build herself back up with a little help from "Lovefool" by The Cardigans.
In her Broadway debut in Funny Girl, it's Rachel's time to shine bright with her showstopping performance of "I'm The Greatest Star."
Discover the challenge of casting “triple threats” for the Glee Club – people that can sing, dance and act!
McKynleigh shares her backstory.
Once learning that this week's theme is pairability, Marissa, Lindsay and Hannah discuss what it takes to sing a great duet.
Check out this bonus clip from the upcoming Oxygen series The Glee Project
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