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Glee is a hit. It is being talked about, it is getting good ratings, and it is a well made show. That for one thing does not change tonight…..

10720090505_scene53_IMG-8579What FOX Says about “Throwdown”:

To cause dissention among the Glee Club members, Sue forces the students to compete against each other, but the real showdown happens when she and Will get called into the principal’s office. Meanwhile, the Glee kids rally to support Quinn after some shocking news is revealed in the “Throwdown” episode of GLEE airing Wednesday, Oct. 14 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

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I can sum up why this episode of Glee is the funniest and best installement yet in two words, Jane wait for it Lynch. Jane Lynch plays a beautiful complex cheerleading coach that is Sue Sylvesteer. Sue is such a mean, disgusting character but one that you just want on the screen every single moment of the episode, and that wish is almost granted here in this episode entitled “Throwdown.”

It is all about Sue’s integration as co-runner of the Glee Club and she is out to hear Schuester. She sets out to take down every single member and make them fight like dogs to get the attention they need. Brilliant!

The music in the episode ranges from oldies but goodies to recent stuff like Jordin Spark’s No Air, and Jill Scott’s Don’t Hate on Me. Plus some more music I prefer for you to see for yourself.

Also feautured tonight is Dianna Argon who plays the preggers Quinn, who gets to play out some fun emotions and sing a fun little number.

Glee rocks, and it should be rocking yours too.

Glee airs tonight after more of a great Vegas Week on So You Think You Can Dance at 9/8c on FOX!

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Comments on: "First Look: My Review of Tonight’s “Glee”" (3)

  1. The episode it called Throwdown, dude. Throwdown.

  2. Sorry about that, the episode was entitled Takedown to start with but I did not see the new press release sorry.

  3. Oh wow, sounds awesome! really can’t wait for this episode (:

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