John Stamos showcased some great acting in his Law & Order: SVU appearance, especially during an interrogation scene with Chris Meloni when he talked about his natural male urge to procreate.
Just as Kurt and Karofsky finally make amends, someone else is wreaking havoc at McKinley High. This time, it's not a homophobic high school football player, but anti-gay culture critic Dan Gainor.
Despite Adler portraying a bully of frightening proportions, viewers appear to have rallied around the closeted and confused Karofsky and the young actor who portrays him.
Auditioning was difficult. It's very hard for these children to show emotion, no less learn lines or sing songs or look at each other.
By bringing new career and college planning programs at a fraction of the price of traditional independent advisers, Theba hopes others can avoid similar career-choosing struggles.
What's next for John Stamos? I suppose there's a chance he'll pop up on Glee again, but we know he'll grace our TV screens this April, thanks to a guest-starring role in an upcoming episode of Law & Order: SVU.
If you ever wondered how you'd handle a week where Avril Lavigne, the cast of Glee, Lupe Fiasco, and three-fourths of Oasis all simultaneously released albums, here's your survival guide.
When I was in college in the 1990s, white guys never danced. Fortunately, a gender revolution is being televised, and Katy Perry seems to be the omnipresent narrator.
GLAAD and its media awards used to celebrate the "unsung heroes" -- the regular people writing about LGBT issues and putting their lives on the line to stand up to the mainstream.
Sam decides he's ready to perform his "Justin Bieber Experience" for the group. Though the other guys think the teen sensation is a joke, it takes only a few notes before the girls are enthralled.
It turns out that the influence of the arts may go far beyond the audience retention benefits of Glee: Green Bay Packers players had been adding a bit of the secret weapon of the arts to their own game arsenals.
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What happens when you mix bombastic cheerleading costumes, pyrotechnics, locker room scuffles, and a zombie shuffle? You get the over-the-top spectacl...
Take one remake of a risk-taking British series about disaffected youth, throw in protests from a TV watchdog group, add a few advertiser pull-outs and you're good to go with a controversy that will keep the show in the media spotlight for weeks.
I was also delighted when Katey Sagal won for Sons of Anarchy. Kudos also for Chris Colfer's win for Fox' Glee. But then we had to listen to Gervais again.