This week on Glee, Blaine ate a lot of cronuts and everybody got tested for STDs!
The good news is that Mercedes is back, the bad news is that Kurt got gay-bashed.
This week on Glee, Blaine and Kurt got a lot of face time with each other’s faces/feelings, and Rachel went a little Shosh on us.
This week on Glee, everybody graduated and old loves blossomed anew!
This week on Glee, everyone we love (including Brittany!) came back to Lima to sing, dance, eat at the Cracker Barrel (offscreen), cry and kiss each other!
This week on Glee, everybody competed in a big contest and some people won and some people lost and other people ate pudding for dinner with forks!
This week on Glee, everybody yelled at each other some more! Then there was a cool band at a hot club called CALLBACKS. Also, I think waitress uniforms are the new Cheerios uniforms.
This week on Glee, various lyrics were sung in bizarre contexts and everybody slapped everybody else in the face!
“She is unapologetic about who she is and where she comes from. Us Queer Latina cheerleaders need to stick together.”
After hours — probably years — of research, Dannielle has concluded that every lesbian on TV has a side part. She’s meticulously compiled her evidence in the essay contained herein.
Autostraddle’s television writers on their favorite lezalicious, bisexual, queer and trans* ladies on the 2013 teevee!
Romi Klinger’s getting divorced, Dot-Marie got married, trans* voices are getting published, and we’re celebrating the holidays in a special space where it’s just you, Ari Fitz, and the rest of the Internet.
What drug were the Glee writers on while designing this year’s Christmas special? That question and more will not be answered in this week’s recap!
This week on Glee, everybody turned in to a muppet and Santana and Dani didn’t make out!
This week on Glee, everybody sang Billy Joel songs and everything hurt!
This week on Glee, enthusiastic children danced and sang and broke walls as William Schuster toed the blurred line between “the worst” and THE WORST.
This week on Glee, everybody took turns dressing up like idiots and my gay boyfriend Adam Lambert showed up to sing a tune or two!
“Where We Are On TV” has some promising and not-so-promising numbers for queer women on the teevee, and also raises some questions about how we quantify “representation” in the first place for all groups.
The show must go on…but only for one more season.
In which Kate takes over the Gleecap for a week and is unsure how to recap a tribute episode