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Glee Podcast: "New York"

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The kids hit the Big Apple on Glee, which entails original songs, a few appearances on Broadway stages, a "shocking" kiss, and a marked lack of heckling. Every time we've been to New York, there's been heckling.


We're torn on the episode. There were some sweet parts -- Rachel and Fin's date, Kurt and Rachel's duet and Shue's realization, among others -- and parts we weren't so thrilled with. Exhibit A: Original songs. We get why the show is doing it (and it involved buckets of cash), but we can't help but feel that it lessens our enjoyment of the show. What's the point if you can't sing along?


Lindsey, Janine and I dissect what we liked, what we didn't, and what we think of when everyone else is thinking about, say, the thrill of being on a major stage (I was thinking "Look out for Teamsters!") Take a listen, then tell us whether you agree or disagree with our assessment of the finale.


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I disagree when you say that one of the only reasons you like the show is so you can sing along. I don't sing along personally because I want to hear them sing the new version of the song I already know. With this being said, that's why I love when they do original songs! It gives me something new to love.

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