John’s allergic to the twerk dance move in the Glee Chat recap of Glee season 5, episode 5 “The End of Twerk.”
-We update what’s up with Roxanne and Jack.
-John meets a Fall Out Boy member and sees mama monster Gaga.
-Why was “The End of Twerk” so hated? Natalie elaborates.
-How was Rachel’s rehearsal song for Funny Girl?
-Kurt and Rachel are taking risks and it’s fun! But destructive.
-Mitch missed out on the twerking of the opening scene.
-Sue’s corner had a ridiculous amount of continuity.
-Will’s “Blurred Lines”? Um…
-Natalie notices that John looks a LOT like a certain celebrity.
-We give tattoo tips. And woah, Chris’s shirtless body was sculpture-like.
-It was about time that Unique got another emotional feature song.
-The period dance examples were actually really well put together.
-Miley’s career choices are a topic of discussion as we talk about the repercussions of the VMAs.
-Marley’s “Wrecking Ball” was either brilliant or ridiculous.
-We play the worst version of Miley’s “Wrecking Ball” that you’ve ever heard.
-Why didn’t Will bring Unique to use the faculty bathroom from the beginning?
-Mitch doesn’t know who Bette Midler is.
-Natalie has some wonderfully symbolic fandom tattoos.
-“On Our Way” was a unique song choice from an unknown band called The Royal Concept.
-Becky’s personality had taken a turn for the ugly as of late, and we don’t appreciate it.
-News includes a story of Darren sending out signed post cards to those who donate to the Philippine Typhoon relief.
-So there is going to be a Christmas episode?
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This episode's hosts: John Thrasher, Natalie Fisher, and Mitchel Clow
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