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Glee Sectionals (2009–2015)
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  • Director:
    Brad Falchuk
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  • Writer:
    Ryan Murphy,Brad Falchuk
  • Cast:
    Dianna Agron,Chris Colfer,Jessalyn Gilsig
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Sectionals is finally here for the Glee Club, but when Quinn's secret unravels, the club may not be able to recover in time to compete. Meanwhile, Sue's scheming hits an all-time high, and with Emma and Ken's marriage looming, Will makes a decision that could change his life forever.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dianna Agron Dianna Agron - Quinn Fabray
Chris Colfer Chris Colfer - Kurt Hummel
Jessalyn Gilsig Jessalyn Gilsig - Terri Schuester
Jane Lynch Jane Lynch - Sue Sylvester
Jayma Mays Jayma Mays - Emma Pillsbury
Kevin McHale Kevin McHale - Artie Abrams
Lea Michele Lea Michele - Rachel Berry
Cory Monteith Cory Monteith - Finn Hudson
Matthew Morrison Matthew Morrison - Will Schuester
Amber Riley Amber Riley - Mercedes Jones
Mark Salling Mark Salling - Noah 'Puck' Puckerman
Jenna Ushkowitz Jenna Ushkowitz - Tina Cohen-Chang
Eve Eve - Grace Hitchens
Patrick Gallagher Patrick Gallagher - Ken Tanaka
Iqbal Theba Iqbal Theba - Principal Figgins

Glee Sectionals (2009–2015)

For their performance of "My Life Would Suck Without You" for Mr. Schuster, the New Directions incorporated choreography bits of quite a few of their past performances such as the line dance from Kristin Chenoweth's episode, the guys sitting on the stage from their "Confessions/It's My Life" mashup etc.

Anna Camp, who guest stars in this episode, has worked with Skylar Astin in both Pitch Perfect movies and she is engaged to him. Astin is good friends with Lea Michele (Rachel) and Jonathan Groff (Jessie) since they all worked together in the Broadway musical "Spring Awakening" and he has appeared in Glee: City of Angels (2014). Moreover, another "Spring Awakening' cast member, Phoebe Strole (Penny) appeared in the 5th season of Glee (2009). Finally, Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina) had joined the cast of "Spring Awakening" in 2008 as an understudy.

10/10? Meaning this is the best there *can possibly be*? On basis of what? Make no mistake, this is a great episode, but it's far from *perfect*. Too many IMDb users write reviews from *highly* subjective viewpoint, and while they are useful in telling the average reader, what the reviewer likes, they could be more than plot summaries (there is a different update section for that) topped of with a few gushing praises.

So, in a nutshell: great plot and character development, good acting, laughs and drama, *but* Glee's main problem remains: the playback/attempts at lip sync performances are so out of sync it's *distracting*. The singers clearly are talented - why isn't there anyone on the production side making sure the vocals match the lip movements? If bands can put out live recordings with 100% audio/video sync, why can't Glee do it? Until then, we get just a shadow of Glee's full potential, "only" 8/10 at best - like this episode.
"I think you will be adding revenge to the list of things you're not good at including getting married, running a glee club, and finding a hairstyle that doesn't make you look like a lesbian." Considering the real-life orientation of the person making that statement, that's quite a funny comment. Anyway, Sue Sylvester certainly gets what's coming to her when it's found out she's responsible for the other two glee clubs stealing the set list of the New Directions from hew own McKinley High. Also, Rachel-having a sixth sense-finds out that Puck is the real father of Quinn's upcoming baby and tells Finn who punches Puck out. And when Emma moves her wedding to a few hours after sectionals, well, Ken's not too thrilled about that...With this, the thirteenth episode of the first season of "Glee", most of the loose ends are tied up as the McKinley glee club manages to win the competition despite the judges, which included that news anchor that Sue tried to date a few eps back, not knowing about the other teams' cheating. Quite an entertaining episode musically as well what with Mercedes performing "And I'm Telling You" in the beginning, Rachel doing "Don't Rain on My Parade" for the actual competition, and the whole gang singing "You Can't Always Get What You Want" and "My Life Would Suck Without You", the latter on the occasion of Will Schuester's return. Looking forward to the rest of the first season's episodes now...