[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Thursday's "Sweet Dreams" episode of Glee.]
Following last week's McKinley-focused school shooting and last chance-themed episode, Glee shifted its lens to focus on dreams -- the theme for this year's Regionals -- as Rachel Berry prepared for the role of her own dreams during Thursday's "Sweet Dreams" episode.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Thursday's "Shooting Star" episode of Glee.]
Fox's Glee tackled its heaviest subject matter in its four-season run on Thursday with an hour primarily focused on a school shooting.
During "Shooting Star," New Directions tackled "Last Chances" when Brittany (Heather Morris) is convinced there was a meteor heading for Earth. The theme winds up being a fitting one after two gunshots echo through the halls of the Ohio high school, trapping most of the aspiring singers in the classroom, where aspiring filmmaker/director Artie (Kevin McHale) films his classmates' poignant messages to loved ones.
The actor "has voluntarily admitted himself to a treatment facility for substance addiction," his rep tells The Hollywood Reporter. "He graciously asks for your respect and privacy as he takes the necessary steps towards recovery."
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Thursday's "Guilty Pleasures" episode of Glee.]
Everyone has a guilty pleasure -- or in Brody's case -- a guilty secret job.
During Thursday's "Guilty Pleasures" episode of Fox's Glee, Blaine and Sam take control of New Directions while Mr. Schue is out sick, encouraging the club to share their musical shames in a team building exercise.
Rachel Berry has a lot on her plate right now on Fox's Glee.
In addition to a massive audition coming up for her dream role in Funny Girl, the NYADA freshman is juggling two guys -- the freewheeling and potential escort Brody and her potential endgame in Finn Hudson -- a crowded house with new roommate Santana. Add to this the minor detail that she may be eating for two when a pregnancy test reveals she might very well be pregnant.