Tonight’s episode of Glee, “Shooting Star” just finished airing. Come chat with other Glee fans and check out a preview of episode 4×19 “Sweet Dreams.”
Tonight’s episode, “Shooting Star,” focused on some pretty heavy material that hadn’t really been touched before on Glee. But it’s not the first time Ryan Murphy has gone down this path. Remember the first season of American Horror Story?
What are your thoughts about tonight’s episode? Was the subject matter at hand handled well or do you think the episode didn’t really prove a point? Also, what are your thoughts about the Brittany and Sam situation? It sounds like Brittany is planning on graduating! Also, what was your favorite musical performance? We’re just glad that Lord Tubbington is getting some of the camera time that he deserves this season on Glee, that’s for sure!
What are your thoughts about how season 4 is going to end? With the news of Cory Monteith’s absence from the final episodes, it has been a very dramatic couple of weeks for all of us Glee fans!
Let us know what you thought in the comments section below.
Glee returns next week with an all new episode titled “Sweet Dreams.” Check out the promo for next week’s episode right here:
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