TWO DIVAS ENTER, ONE DIVA LEAVES (WEEPING) | Rachel, hot off her Broadway casting, and Mercedes, hot off her label deal, arrive at Mc Kinley’s farewell celebration for the soon-to-shutter New Directions and wonder how come there’s no red carpet or confetti, then renew their rivalry to be the club’s top (vocal) dog (during a very funny appearance on ).
They engage in a diva-off to the tune of “Defying Gravity” (with Kurt, oddly, snagging a line or two), but before it’s put to a vote, Santana brutally shreds Rachel in front of everyone, and it’s Mercedes who follows Ms. There, the gals share their high-school-fueled insecurities and a sweet embrace — and then return to the choir room to call off the competition.
(And then there was the original footage of the cast performing “Don’t Stop Believin,” which was absolutely gut wrenching in every sense of the word.) And in an even twist-ier twist, Mercedes had a brief run-in with Blaine(!
New Directions: “Don’t Stop Believin'” — Rating: A Gleeks, did the series finale live up to your expectations? And which familiar face were you happy to see return?
GLEE: Quinn (guest star Dianna Agron, L) and Puck (guest star Mark Salling, R) reunite in the "100" episode of GLEE airing Tuesday, March 18 (- PM ET/PT) on FOX. CR: Adam Rose/FOX " data-medium-file="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/100glee_ep512-sc7_091.jpg? Sneak Peek: Last Days in Lima — and a Rockin’ Kurt-Elliott Romp in NYC!
To illustrate just how much things have changed during the past six seasons, “2009” began with a still-closeted Kurt getting slapped with an unthinkable ultimatum: join an extracurricular team… A chance meeting with Rachel Berry — of whose My Space videos he was a big fan — led Lady Hummel to the glee club, though Rachel was quick to clarify that she had no intentions of sharing the spotlight with him.
had to do so without the use of the late Cory Monteith, a challenge the show tackled flawlessly.
(And “you bet your sweet ass” she’ll be running for president.) * The Mc Kinley High School auditorium is renamed after Finn Hudson.