Ooh…it’s a Neil Patrick Harris and Will Schuester showdown. Looks like he’s got a thing or two to say (or sing?) to the kids as well.
Only got a couple promo photos for episode 18 of Glee, “Laryngitis”, but look at the bright side. We get some Kurt….
It’s all about winning, popularity, and stardom for Rachel Berry until – dun…dun…dun…! She gets laryngitis? Oh, no! But knowing Rachel, it’s more than likely just her, well, being Rachel.
“Use protection.” “Does he mean like a burglar alarm?” You gotta love Britney. Even if only for the reason that without his signature mohawk, she wonders who the heck Puck even is.
So a while back those on-set photos of Glee’s Mark Salling (Puck) and Cory Monteith (Finn) masquerading as members of KISS were springing up on the Internet, and now Cory has something to say about that. No really, he does.
I’ve got a sneak peek here for you, for this week’s new episode of Glee, “Bad Reputation”, but first – visit the original article here at E! Online and read Heather Morris’ method for delivering Brittany’s insanely awesome lines. It’s relevant, I promise.
“I think Sue needs to be put in her place. So why not have the talented Molly Shannon do it?” Molly Shannon (Saturday Night Live, Kath and Kim) is playing Brenda Castle, Sue’s nemesis (seems everybody has one these days)….
Some fun things happening in this upcoming Glee episode. Like Neil Patrick Harris guest-starring as Will’s nemesis, Bryan Ryan (say that three times fast!). Forget Joss Whedon directing, it’s Neil Patrick Harris!
Korbi Ghosh over at Zap2It may call him Jesse St. Sexy, but my inkling from the start has been – we can’t trust this guy. Now she throws that very topic into play in an interview with creators Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan. I like Ryan’s answer.
After the news that Heather Morris and Naya Rivera might be promoted to series regulars as Brittany and Santana on Glee, TV Guide Magazine recently conducted an interview with Ms. Morris. And while there might not be any Brittany-related spoilers….