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JUNE 24, 2010
Glee Season One
reviewed by Mercedes

Glee Season One We don't have television service. Except for a brief time in Chicago, we have never had tv service in our 10 years of marriage. This has been a good thing but also sometimes bad...I never know what new movies are coming out, I miss all the really funny commercials, and we have no idea what shows are out there. When I began working at the library, I saw that we had the first season of LOST on DVD. We had heard lots of things about this show but had never watched it. I decided to give it a shot. Of course, we were completely sucked in at episode 1 and watched the whole season, then subscribed to Netflix so that we could watch seasons 2 and 3. After that we began watching the seasons on the day after they aired. So when LOST ended, we were glad to once again be a non-tv watching couple. THEN....a couple of weeks ago, I processed a new dvd for the library - Glee - season 1, volume 1. I had heard lots of good things about this show as well, and I wanted to see what all the buzz was about, so.... We are now firm fans of this fabulous show. We spent a little over a week, speed-watching Glee and, of course, are left wanting more. Season 1, volume 2 doesn't come out on dvd until September and you can only watch select episode on Fox's website, so I guess we have to wait to see what happens next. One other thought on Glee. It makes me feel old. The teacher character was in high school in 1993 (I was a junior). A lot of the music he gives the kids to perform, that he performed is called "old school" but it's my school. Talk about a walk down memory lane. All kinds of songs that we so popular when I was in middle school/high school. I don't feel this old, how can it be that I'm old school now? But since I just had a 16 year reunion with high school friends this weekend, I guess I really am old school. (And just for the record, my glee club never performed like this glee club!)

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