Glee Recap: The Quarterback

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After news broke this summer that Cory Monteith had diedGlee fans began to wonder just how the show would go on in his absence.

RIP, Cory Monteith

Tonight, Glee paid tribute to the late star and his character in what might be one of the most emotional episodes of television we've seen in quite a long time. Here's a recap of the tragic action:

  • The episode takes place three weeks after Finn Hudson's funeral as the glee club gathers to say their own goodbyes. There was no mention of how Finn Hudson died, only that he had. 
  • In true Glee fashion, characters paid tribute to Finn in song. Amber Riley's vocals are sorely missed around the McKinley choir room.
  • Tina still can't get a reasonably story line. 
  • Burt and Carole were heartbreaking. (It was all heartbreaking.)
  • Without Finn around to tell him he's a good person, Puck has decided to join the Air Force. Santana plans never to return to McKinley. 
  • Considering the circumstances, everyone in the cast was amazing, especially Lea Michele as Rachel.

What did you think of tonight's Glee tribute to Cory Monteith? Be sure to head over to our Glee review for a more in-depth discussion of "The Quarterback."

 

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Ignore Abe. He likes to post negative stuff to get everyone going. AKA Troll.

Krissy houston

First off he was from canada and second if you dont like him good for u there is no reason to call him a loser a lot of ppl have a drug problem dont be so rude

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only rare persons become a legacy after their death. This is just an american Loser.................

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@ abe

Ironic, those are going to be the Exact words inscribed upon your very tombstone when you die."

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@ abe

Why a loser? Because he was a celebrity with an addiction? There are many out there, what makes him different is he was honest about his struggles and never glamorized drugs. He seeked help unlike a lot of others. The fact that someone such as yourself would write such hateful words gives me little hope for people like you. Let's say it was your father or brother and someone called them a loser. Would you agree?

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@ abe

He was Canadian. He was a phenomenal actor and singer that is gone too soon. The Glee cast played tribute to him wonderfully and put the message out there to raise awareness on addiction and how anyone can be an addict.

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