The Rise and Fall of Glee

Can we talk about Glee last night? My feelings for this show are certainly something I don’t hide, but to be honest, this season I have felt like I have been on an emotional rollercoaster with the kids from William McKinley High School. I have enjoyed some of the episodes, but let’s be serious, my feelings took a serious nose dive after the Britney Spears episode. Leading up to that episode, I was excited because Brit brings so much potential with her, but it was ruined by John Stamos and the terrible dentist dream sequences. I am not really sure which writer thought that was a good idea.

However, last night all of my negative feels towards Glee were gone and slate was wiped clean. This was done by the Glee club from Dalton Academy, an all boys private school. When Kurt decided to visit the school for a day, we were treated to the musical talents of the Warblers.

Now, for those of you who are also addicted to reality TV, you might recognize some of these singers. That’s right, the boys from Tufts, better known as the Beelzebubs, have joined forces with the kids from Glee. The Beelzebubs gained stardom when they appeared on the reality show, “The Sing-Off” hosted by Nick Lachey.

I am not looking to start a heated debate here, but I am pretty sure that during TheWarbler’s performance of Katie Perry’s Teenage Dream, I was transformed into a gay 16-year-old boy. And I was loving it.

Now all Glee needs to do it get Sam Tsui on the show…