'Glee' recap: The Show Must Go On

March 26, 2014 7:50 AM

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They really did it. They ended the thing. Glee shut off the lights in the McKinley choir room, a close zoom on Creepy Brad’s piano bench, the only memory that there was ever a Glee Club who dwelled there, made dreams there, dated like incestuous, insatiable rabbits there. In the second act of the 100th episode (some might call that the 101st episode – those people are not still watching Glee), it was time to really say goodbye to the Glee Club. Well, say goodbye to the newest members of the Glee Club, because most of the older members are headed to New York with the show. And by "say goodbye," I mean give Marley, Jake, Kitty, Ryder and Unique a brief group hug, and hopefully a pat on the back for a job done as well as it could have been.

Finn may have been its heart, and Rachel may be its star, but the Glee Club was always really about one William Schuester. No one needed the Glee Club more than Will in its genesis; for good or bad, for sweet or creepy, Glee was always about Schue, and tonight it said goodbye to him for good (I mean...

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