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Umm.. Isn't this the same show that dealt with Quinn Fabray getting pregnant out of wedlock and leading her boyfriend to believe it's his when it was really his best friend's? I mean seriously, this isn't sesame street that we're dealing with.. Its a show about high school, but i don't really think that it's made for high school students. And, on top of that, if your high schooler is so easily influenced by television stars that seeing a photo of their "favorite" TV personality in her underwear would drive him/her to commit some act of sexual deviance then I suggest that you be less worried about lea michele's drawers and more worried about your child's mental state.

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Randyjacksonsbutt,

I have gathered from your username that you have quite a bit of issues, but where exactly is this demographic coming from? Your own perverted mind? No one needs your opinions here.

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oh yes too hoot.. whats going on here!

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I love the show, but I agree--- a bit too much. It's a show about highschool-- so Im sure a lot of young kids watch it. You got to remember your audience before you want to go prancing around in your underwear on every magazine cover months in a row.

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True randyjacksonsbutt! I have never seem an episode but WTF is the only thing that comes to mind. Was this suppose to help?? Don't get it but again I never watch!

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Since only gay men and overweight women watch this garbage show then I would assume that they are trying to attract heterosexual men as viewers with this spread.

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I'm a fan of Glee but I do have to admit that posing in underwear is a bit much. If they're "advertising" Glee and they're supposed to be playing high school students... why are high school students in their underwear? Then again, it's titled "Glee Gone Wild" so what do I know! ha!




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