Well you've had 3.5 seasons to look at Datalounge. What was your fave performance?
This post just drives home the importance of the comma.
When they covered that "nobody's home" answering machine tape you could buy in the 80's.
I'm glad you called, but I'm not home but I'll be back
before too long
You gotta leave your name you gotta leave your number
WAIT FOR THE BEEP
ditto ^^ Teenage Dream
Unfortunately, Teenage Dream was where Glee peaked.
Some of my favorites are from Naya Rivera: Valerie, Songbird, River Deep Mountain High, Smooth Criminal. I also loved Kristin Chenowith singing Alone with Matthew Morrison, and Gwyneth doing Forget You.
My third favorite, "Marry Me," from the same episode as R10. I thought they were singing about dancing Jews.
R14 Burt Hummel, best TV dad EVER, beginning at 1:44.
I also love Don't Rain on my Parade.
"number" LOL who calls a song "number" anymore?
"Run, Joey, Run"
"She's Not There"
I don't have a favourite, but I hate number 2. That do that one alot lately.
The Adele mash up sung by Mercedes and Santana.
The Vogue video parody sung by Sue Sylvester. (She's better than Madonna).
"Hate on Me" featuring Mercedes, Kurt, et. al.
"Heroes" sung by Sam and Blaine.
I like the big production numbers over the solo performances. But then again, I like showtunes.
Safety Dance choreographed by Zach Woodlee.
Love the Adele mashup, r21.
Teenage Dream is iconic within the Glee fandom universe.
From this season I like 'Whistle' (by the Warblers) and the over the top 'Tell Him'.
I agree with "Teenage Dream", but would also add their duet version of "Hello". Believe it or not, I prefer it to Lionel Richie's original.
Nearly all the other renditions suck, though... One of the reasons why Glee gets so much hate.
Loved Kurt's "Rose's Turn" and could hear heads exploding as Chris Colfer got to do every Theater Queens wet dream, complete with red curtain and name in lights.
"Teenage Dream", the kid went from guest to star overnight.
Kristen Chenoweth & Matthew Morrison "One Less Bell". A beautiful fully sung through scene that earned Chenoweth a Emmy nomination.
"Safety Dance", Kevin McHale as Artie rises from his wheelchair at the mall to lead a flash mob, leading to a sad ending.
Colfer's "I Want To Hold Your Hand", Kurt in a hospital room with Burt, interspersed with clips of them when Kurt was a child. Yes, I admit I cried.
That show was over after the first season.
Kurt's father doing "all the single ladies"
I never watched it watched it, but watching these clips, good god is it corny.
[quote]I never watched it watched it, but watching these clips, good god is it corny
Every clip posted here has been altered. Fox is protective of the show and clips are deleted all the time. Half the picture of those clips are cut off. So you haven't seen the episode or the reason for the song, and have seen only a partial clip, so shaddddup. The wedding scene is wonderful.
Boogie Shoes by Unique
which one is shortest?
The gay lover kid that pretends to like Kurt is pretty short.
Baby it's cold outside sung by Kurt and Blaine.
Why do I picture you typing that with a lace handkerchief pressed to your nose?
Teenage Dream - piano version by Darren Criss but also love the acapella version with theWarblers
Just The Way You Are
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
"Home" by Kristi Dawn
No contest, Teenage Dream from Darren Criss and the Warblers.
2nd would be Don't Stop Believen by the Glee Cast.
"Teenage Dream" was like every gay man's fantasy. Who wouldn't want the most handsome guy in High School to cyranate you? And, it's the first time you see Kurt happy and smiling.
The number worked so perfectly in Glee.
[quote]Who wouldn't want the most handsome guy in High School to cyranate you?
I'm a top.
Too funny, r43. 😃
Oh Lord. I have better things to do than think back on the last three years of Glee performances. Sorry i stopped in.
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face--cried when Santana sang about Brittney. Ben. To be fair, I cry whenever I hear Ben.
Caugh Syrup not just because of Darren Criss, but because of Karofsky trying to hang himself while the song is performed.
[quote]The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face--cried when Santana sang about Brittney. Ben. To be fair, I cry whenever I hear Ben.
Hell, I cried when we discovered Sue had a Down Syndrome sister and she read a story to her. Won Jane lynch The Emmy for it, and cried again when she dies and the Glee's sang Willy Wonka's Pure Imagination at her funeral.
The Coldplay song in the "Break Up" episode this season. Very haunting.
R48 Cough Syrup was great and great episode.
Lea and Idina "Poker Face" (Lady Gaga), Jonathan Groff's "Rolling In The Deep" (Adele) and Darren Criss "Something's Coming" (from WEST SIDE STORY).
Darren Criss and "The Warblers" doing Teenage Dream and Naya Rivera doing Valerie were two of the rare cases where the Glee version absolutely left the original in the dust.
I also really enjoyed Jayma Mays doing Wedding Bell Blues , and have to confess to loving Mark Salling and Dot Jones (Coach Bieste) duettting on Mean.
Actually the Glee prom rendition of Rebecca Black's "Friday" was so much better it didn't seem like the same song.
Unique doing Boogie Shoes in full drag. He sang the hell out of that song. Best Glee Performance evan..hunty.
Worst Sarah Jessica Parker doing Let's have a Kiki.
wow, I haven't see GLEE in ages. Thank heavens for Unique, because the rest of the new kids are SOOOOOO bland and boring. I assume that they are all from the TV competition.
(And I agree, Boogie Shoes is pretty wonderful.)
Queen's "Somebody To Love."
The Warblers doing both "Teenage Dream" and "Hey, Soul Sister."
Their original number "Light Up The World."
Kurt and Rachel duetting on "For Good."
The Voice of the Night
Santana & Mercedes, River Deep Mountain High
Teenage Dreams, both versions
Toucha, Toucha, Touch Me, by Emma Pillsbury, it was so surprising!
[quote]Toucha, Toucha, Touch Me, by Emma Pillsbury, it was so surprising!
When they were auditioning actors, those without musical theater experience were required to sing a song to show that they could. That's the one Jayma Mays used, and I'm glad they incorporated it in the actual show, because, well, she's a ringer for Susan Sarandon in the 70s.
The Voice of the Night
Rachel's "Don't Rain on My Parade" and Unique's "Boogie Shoes".
I think I'm the only person in the universe who like the AcaFellas.
[quote]"Let's go all the way tonight No regrets Just love." A boy singing that to another boy on television. I never thought I'd live that long. Even now I'm crying.
Agree, except for the crying part. I think people don't realize how fucking groundbreaking this show has been.
I'm also a sucker for Naya doing anything, particularly Valerie.
Love how few of these are Rachel's. Are you reading Ryan Murphy? Fans like Kurt, Darren, Naya and anyone but Lea!
R64 I like "Take a Bow."
I actually liked Lindsay Pearce, especially the Anything Goes/Anything You Can Do medley.
The Adele mash-up and Don't Rain On My Parade.
Of course the one that started it all: Don't Stop Believing
I loved the "Like A Virgin" scene where multiple characters were going to go all the way. Some did and some didn't.
[quote]Love how few of these are Rachel's. Are you reading Ryan Murphy? Fans like Kurt, Darren, Naya and anyone but Lea!
You have no idea what your talking about.
I can *hear* Rachel, but I can't *see* Rachel, R68.
Almost anything by the Warblers.
No love for Lady Gaga's "Born This Way"? (although I think the show changed a line)
When I get you alone and The Boy is Mine
Rumor Has It/Someone Like You - the trouble tones
The number I think it was 4 minutes. When Kurt and Mercedes joined the Cheerios. That rocked.
Are any if them with the white guy with the yellow skin?
That was a great number R73, i also liked Rachels Dont Rain, the Adele mash up, the girls Shake it Out and the Blaine/Kurt Baby its Cold Outside. Glee has done some great music ispite of whatever else you might say.
My partner loved this show for years and it annoyed me because, now and then, I thought I had to try to enjoy it.
My favorite is the "Ohio" duet between Sue and her mother, played by Carol Burnett, because Sue, whose character I detest, was so uncomfortable singing it.
Wow, here is Matthew and Jayma dancing on the ceiling in next weeks episode about the movies. The rehearsal and timing must have been a bitch. I love Jayma on the shelf upside down.