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"There is NOTHING ironic about show choir!" GLEE - May 27th 2009, 08:57 PM

I just checked and was totally appalled to see that there wasn't already a topic in this show.

Did anyone watch the pilot episode of Glee that came on Fox last Tuesday? Because I did, and I absolutely LOVED IT. I do theater myself, and I was glad a show finally came about that showed the quirky weird side of all of it, rather than movies such as High School Musical that really don't.

I thought it was absolutely hilarious, I loved the characters and the actors and the singing, and this show has so much potential but such a limited potential audience that it kind of kills me. You can watch it on Fox.com, I think, and for sure on Hulu. But if you saw it, tell me your thoughts!


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Re: "There is NOTHING ironic about show choir!" GLEE - May 27th 2009, 09:53 PM

I really want to see that, but they don't show it in the UK
I want it to do well in America so we can watch it over here


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Re: "There is NOTHING ironic about show choir!" GLEE - May 28th 2009, 01:32 AM

I am absolutely in love with Glee. It is very smartly written and the characters are so funny. I love Jane Lynch in it. She plays the cheerleader coach. I love everyone on it.
   
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Re: "There is NOTHING ironic about show choir!" GLEE - May 28th 2009, 03:41 AM

I watched it!

I like it so far, my mom doesn't though so that will be interesting to see if she lets me watch it. I look forward to see more of it and how it turns out.
   
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Re: "There is NOTHING ironic about show choir!" GLEE - May 29th 2009, 09:18 PM

Being in show choir myself, I couldn't stop laughing. And hey- some of it did have some true to life portrayals. I thought it was hilarious. Especially the part where the teacher put sign ups for show choir in the football locker room and all the names on the sign ups were like "Penis" and "Butt Lunch". That is so something that kids at my school would do. All in all, I think it has a lot of potential.


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Re: "There is NOTHING ironic about show choir!" GLEE - May 30th 2009, 11:56 PM

Have yet to watch it, but I don't hold out much hope for anything on Fox surviving very long any more. They have a terrible history of canceling shows that should not have been canceled (Firefly, Arrested Development, and most recently Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, for example), and they seem to have a thing for canning new shows before they even finish a proper season.



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Re: "There is NOTHING ironic about show choir!" GLEE - June 2nd 2009, 04:45 AM

I think it's hilarious. and very emotional. All in a good way of course, I'm for sure a fan now.
   
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