Glee: Season 1, Volume 1 Review

Glee: Season 1, Volume 1

by William Thomas |
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There’s a sad symmetry in Glee’s success coming so soon after the death of John Hughes. You can’t help thinking Hughes would have approved of these singing and dancing geeks, in a school where the popular kids have more hang-ups than the rejects. It’s those soapy problems that keep us riveted as much as the virulently catchy soundtrack.

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