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'Glee' Recap: 'Lights Out' Leaves Lots Of Unanswered Questions

April 26th, 2013 7:40pm EDT
Lights Out
Revealing storylines, ballet dancers and “catfishing” were at the forefront of this week’s “Glee.” The episode began with a school-wide power outage taking over McKinley, allowing students and staff alike to go a little crazy. I’ve never been to Ohio, but evidently sunshine doesn’t stream through windows, so much of the episode featured students tossing flashlights around and lighting a dangerous amount of candles. With the power outage in full-effect, Will’s weekly one-word lesson became: unplugged. Members of the glee club approached the issue musically and emotionally.

While Sam and Art...
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10 Most Dysfunctional Onscreen Families

April 25th, 2013 8:00am EDT
The Big Wedding
Dysfunctional families are frequently portrayed in varying film genres, including comedies, dramas, horror and action films. The upcoming romantic comedy “The Big Wedding” brings an all new dysfunctional brood to the silver screen, with Robert De Niro and Diane Keaton portraying a divorced couple faking their marriage during their son’s impending nuptials. The film features an all-star cast with the likes of Robin Williams, Katherine Heigl and Amanda Seyfried. In honor of the film’s release on April 26, here are 10 of the most dysfunctional families ever to grace the big screen.

1. The H...
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'Glee' Recap: Sweet Dreams

April 19th, 2013 1:06pm EDT
Sweet Dreams
This week’s “Glee” opens at the University of Lima, where Finn adjusts to life as a college freshman. This immediately raises a few questions: How could Finn possibly be enrolled in college? Does the university allow students to enroll months after the semester began? “Glee” has always had a problem with realism, but this is a major head-scratcher, seeing as Finn spent the last nine months assisting a high school glee club.

In between classes, study breaks and the occasional Harlem Shake, Finn discovers he has a new roommate: Puck. Though Puck admits he isn’t actually enrolled in the colle...
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