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'Glee: The Complete First Season'
(Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer, et al / 7-Disc DVD / NR / 2010 / 20th Century Fox)

Overview: Join the club and bring home the fun with Glee Karaoke and Glee Jukebox ó available only on DVD! A talented group of high school misfits transforms into a performing sensation with the help of a dedicated teacher. Through laughter, tears, irreverent humor and unforgettable music, they learn to follow their hearts and chase their dreams.

DVD Verdict: 'Glee,' a musical comedy-drama television series, bubbly and sweet like a glass of champagne, follows a bunch of misfits that have joined the Glee Club, as they sing and dance and dodge the slurries the popular bullies throw at them on the halls.

But although, the musical numbers are great, what makes the show such a pleasure to watch, for me, are the characters.

We have Rachel, the super achiever raised by two gay fathers, who has accomplished more things before breakfast I get done in a week. She likes Finn, the confused basketball player who was dating Quinn, the most popular cheerleader, until she got pregnant by Puck, the Latino kid, with the Mohawk hairdo and the macho attitude.

There is also Kurt who dresses and moves as if he is in a ever present catwalk and Mercedes, the African American girl who wants to date him without realizing he is gay, Tina, the Gothic Asian American girl and wheelchair-bound, bass guitar player Artie. Two more cheerleaders sent by their coach to spy on the Club and bring it down at any costs, round up the group.

And if you think the kids are out of the box, wait to hear about the grown-ups: William is the Spanish teacher who runs the club and just broke up with his wife, who was pretending to be pregnant, while the counselor who is totally OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) watches him doe eyed and almost gets married to the basketball coach, who, after being stood on their wedding day now drowns his sorrows on greasy food. And best of all, Sue Sylvester, the cheerleaders coach who has a TV show so politically incorrect you don't know whether to be outraged out of your mind or cheer for her.

As Glee left us before the break, Sue everybody's favorite antagonist, had been fired. But fear not, she is back again in full swing after blackmailing the principal into her job by drugging his drink and having his picture taken, shirtless in bed.

In my favorite episode Sue decides that the best strategy to empower her cheerios is by exposing them to Madonna. The best role model there is, according to her.

As outrageous as the idea may sound at first, it made perfect sense to me after watching the show. [CF] This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs and comes with the Special Features of:

Disc 1:
Pilot - Director's Cut
Showmance
Acafellas
Preggers

Disc 2:
The Rhodes Not Taken
Vitamin-D
Throwdown
Mash-Up

Disc 3:
Wheels
Ballad
Hairography

Disc 4:
Mattress
Sectionals
Welcome to McKinley!
Glee Music Video
Full Length Audition Pieces
Fox Movie Channel Presents Casting Session
Deconstructing Glee with Ryan Murphy
Dance Boot Camp
Jane Lynch A to Glee
Meet Jane Lynch
5 Things you donít know about Jayma
7 Things you donít know about Cory
6 Things you donít know about Amber
7 Things you donít know about Chris
Video Diaries

Disc 5:
Hell-O
The Power of Madonna
Home
Bad Reputation
Glee Music Juke Box

Disc 6:
Laryngitis
Dream On
Theatricality
Glee Music Juke Box

Disc 7:
Funk
Journey
Glee Music Juke Box
Glee Sing-Along Karaoke
Staying in Step With Glee
Sue's Corner
Bite Their Style: Dress Like Your Favorite Gleek
Behind the Scenes of the Madonna Episode
Making of a Showstopper

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