Monday, October 11, 2010

Glee Season 2 Episode 4 – Duets Tonight on Fox



Another brand episode is coming right up on Glee. The Glee Season 2 Episode 4 – Duets is set to air tonight, October 12, 2010 on Fox. Actually, I haven’t got over with the Grilled Cheesus episode yet. I never saw it coming and just blown me away. It just amazingly wonderful and I’m not just talking about the music but also on the message that the episode had delivered. No wonder positive reviews from audience and critics alike are overflowing on this episode.

Okay, so much of the last week’s episode. Let talk about the latest on Glee which is the Glee Season 2 Episode 4 – Duets. This episode will feature 7 songs including “River Deep – Mountain High" originally sang by Ike and Tina Turner's which was interpreted by Santana and Mercedes. "Lucky" by Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat which was performed by Sam and Quinn and the "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" by Elton John and Kiki Dee, performed by Rachel and Finn. Plus the "Sing!" from A Chorus Line performed by Mike and Tina, which by the way is Mike’s first musical in the show. And a mash-up of "Happy Days Are Here Again" and "Get Happy" as performed by Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand on The Judy Garland Show. Plus, my most awaited Kurt’s solo of "Le Jazz Hot!" from the musical Victor/Victoria.

You can catch this episode on Fox on October 12, 2010 at 8/9c time slot. It will be night of jammin’ and rockin’ of popular duet songs. But if you happen to miss this episode of TV you can watch Glee Season 2 Episode 4 online, it will be available shortly after the broadcast on TV.

For the synopsis of the episode plot: The glee club members work on a duet assignment. New Direction co-captains Finn Hudson and Rachel Berry plan to throw the competition in favor of new recruit Sam Evans. Meanwhile, the love triangle develops between Mike Chang, Tina Cohen-Chang and Artie Abrams.

Gleek out!

1 comments:

Entertainment Guru said...

I am looking forward to watching this show on the DVR tonight. The musical performances and writing of this show are second to none. I think the duets will be fantastic.