Alliances are formed in threes.
Keep your friends close and your frenemies closer.
It's the Christmas special that never was (until now).
Blaine gets bossy.
The uptown girls and boys are in a New York state of mind.
You better twerk. THU 9/8c.
It's time to choose a pop diva side.
The New Directions remember Finn.
It's Tina's time to shine.
Beatlemania hits Lima!
Will Rachel be Broadway's next baby? Will Blaine marry Kurt? Can the kids of New Directions win yet again at Nationals? Find out the answers to all these GLEE-related questions in season five!
It's time for Regionals, and the glee club is more determined than ever to advance to Nationals. Meanwhile, Brittany returns with a new attitude.
The members of New Directions perform Stevie Wonder's greatest hits. Meanwhile, Artie receives news that could affect his future.
When the power goes out at McKinley High, the members of New Directions "unplug" and perform acoustic numbers.
New Directions gets ready for Regionals, where "Dreams" will be the theme. Meanwhile, Rachel auditions for a Broadway revival of "Funny Girl."
As the members of New Directions prepare for Regionals, an unthinkable event occurs and puts matters into perspective.
Combining Twilight and Glee and the kids go crazy!
Kurt and Coach Beiste receive their first kisses while Will tries to tackle bullying.
She is a gleeful person.
Hold on, I'm going to party call mode.
New Directions takes on New York
If they write a brand new part for you, you've pretty much nailed the audition.
Glee: The Rhodes Not Taken clip - starring Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Cory Monteith, Dianna Agron, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison.
Cast member Cory Monteith (Finn Hudson) says that separating Finn from Rachel Berry (played by Lea Michele) makes for an interesting story but drives fans crazy. Mark Salling (Noah "Puck" Puckerman) reflects on Puck's reputation as a ladies' man.
The Glee cast took cameras on a trip to New York. Here was Chris'.
Get a sneak peek at Matthew Morrison's new song "Still Got Tonight" from his debut solo record.
From the cast of Glee’s own perspective, atop an LA city tour bus, a real live flip-cam look at the New Directions' journey to the City of Angels to compete in Nationals.
Cast member Chris Colfer (Kurt Hummel) talks about his audition and Kevin McHale (Artie Abrams) talks about acting from a wheelchair. Series co-creator/executive producer Ryan Murphy says he wants minorities (gays, pregnant teens, et al.) to have a voice.
Was the Dodge Colt blue?
Series co-creator/executive producer Ryan Murphy talks about the show’s production schedule which includes clearing, recording, and choreographing the songs. He also talks about the "Glee" appearance at the White House and the concert tour.
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