Was Glee Good?

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It's time for the prom! Well, it's time for a convoluted series of events leading up to a Glee-themed prom, which is kind of the same thing. Jonathan Groff wears a really thin scarf, Quinn's dress is [spoiler alert!], and we finally learn who Christina Perri is. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, Lily, Robbie, and Liz continue to confuse one Midwestern state for another despite being 66% Midwesterners themselves. Also: Kristin Chenoweth is back and immediately going to Broadway, baby! Santana wears two pairs of overalls! Emma washes her grapes offscreen! Wow! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, neither Lily, Robbie, nor Liz want to be prom queen, and we're the only ones. Also: brief interludes for Broadway musicals and a very nice TNT drama about a comforting therapist. Also: bad hats. It's quite an episode! 90 minutes, baby! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, on Glee: a "Night of Neglect" that is somehow both about Glee's obvious and pointed neglect of Mercedes without being about that at all, an anti-Will Schuester club that somehow is not formed exclusively by the makers of this podcast, and Gwyneth Paltrow is STILL HERE, bay-bee. Also, we finally get into a backlog of fan mail and critical Glee news. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
We're trying something new this week! It's not original songs, which is what Glee is trying. Unlike original songs, our new thing is cool (we think?). Also new: a sexy bird funeral, a history of pop punk as told by a former thirteen-year-old, and Quinn Fabray Might Be a Person, Briefly.  Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, on Glee: the goop is BACK, and she’s ready to tell you what sex is. More importantly, she’s ready to dress you up in a wide legged denim and a big white blouse and make you gay with the power of Stevie Nicks. Also: Blaine ruins sex by singing Neon Trees in an abandoned warehouse, Mr. Schue ruins sex by singing a tango version of a Prince song, and Burt Hummel is the only person who knows what sex is.   Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
It's Very Special Episode week on Glee! This time: alcohol, and how it's bad. But maybe: fun? Also, Rachel has a very relateable crisis about feeling boring, Blaine worries he might like women but then realizes he doesn't, and we go to a cowboy bar for some reason.   Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week it's Bieber-Fever: Glee style, which is to say only kind of and when they remember. Also: Ryan Murphy's mental health, M.R.A. Artie, and our speculations about Bogey and Bacall's sexting. And could someone please tell us how to pronounce "Dierks." Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week on Glee: a Mr. Schue assignment that is both an immoral thing to ask of your teenage students and also completely inconsequential to the actual song choices made in the episode!   Plus: Cory Monteith makes the bold character decision to play an extremely sexual adult man instead of a teen, Kurt and Blaine make us feel real emotions, and a terrible Lauren Zizes plot comes into our homes, removes our brains from our skulls, and drops them right into hell.   Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
We’re back! Happy new year!!! It's sports night on Was Glee Good?!!!!! We're here with the second-ever post-Super Bowl episode, and we're talkin' football. Mostly about how it’s a bad and dangerous sport and once it made Robbie cry.   Plus: some very convoluted chronology, the complete absence of Quinn’s inner life, and Lily proves herself once again to be the jock of the podcast.   Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, dive HEADFIRST into the holiday season with Glee's first-ever Christmas episode. What did Ryan Murphy get us for Christmas? Mostly jokes about Lauren Zizes being fat, honestly. We'd love to trade them in, but they did not come with a gift receipt. Also: Lily has some hard rules about duets, Will has no boundaries, and we all imagine a very much better Glee Christmas. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
We recorded this episode in a spooky cabin in the middle of nowhere and you can tell because it is CHOCK FULL of ghosts: Finn's virginity! Kurt and Rachel's friendship! Mercedes! Our sobriety! Also: equally dramatic interpretations of "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" and Robbie's funeral. This is a fun one, honestly. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, we have our first -- but unfortunately not our last -- Glee wedding! That's right, it's time for everyone's favorite ship, Barol, to tie the knot. We're into it, honestly. Long live Barol. Also: a bullying, a surprisingly good Sue, Carol Burnett!, and who on earth did Ryan Murphy celebrate Thanksgiving with? Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, Gwyneth Paltrow is here to call us frigid and let us commit minor felonies and stop all character development whatsoever! Happy Thanksgiving. Also: a tiny purse falls out of a man's mouth, a joke we used to find funny turns out to be really horrible, Will ruins a classic, and we play a pretty exciting round of the IMDB game. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, we talk about the best activity of all time, kissing, in the worst way of all time. Also: Dave Karofsky does gay panic, Kurt gets gay bullied, and we invent a new game -- Texting Like Blaine.  REQUIRED READING: tomandlorenzo.com/2010/11/glee-s2e6-never-been-kissed-2/ Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, we're back to the serious business of shouting about how fun it is to sing and be gay! Or at least, how fun it is to watch a show about people singing and coming to terms with the reality of being gay in a suburb of Ohio. Also: Puck stole an ATM and we don't care, Mercedes continues to be mute except when it's time to sing, and teens should consider the emotional impact that sex might have on them, or whatever. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, we're going a little out of order to bring you a spooky Halloween-themed episode of Was Glee Good! Trick: We're talking about The Rocky Horror Glee Show, which was universally panned at the time and as recently as 2016: https://decider.com/2016/10/28/never-forget-the-glee-rocky-horror-picture-show/ Treat: Instead of describing the performances in this episode, we're offering our recommendations for things you may enjoy more than this episode of Glee. You're wecome. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, we have some silly sacreligious fun when Finn sees Jesus in his grilled cheese and Kurt repeatedly has his wishes ignored in a time of crisis! Also: Mercedes is back, and she's going to church! Sue is the best iteration of Sue! Robbie loves "One of Us"! We are a little drunk and you can tell! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
This week, we bring John Stamos-as-Carl into a universe in which John-Stamos-as-himself also exists, Brittany doesn't kiss Britney Spears except in my head, and Will Schuester buys? A? Car? Also: Terri Schuester is back, thank god! Mercedes is basically gone, which is just rude! Lea Michele is doing just fine! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
Welcome back to Was Glee Good! We're thrilled to be back for season 2 of this podcast and absolutely miserable to be back for season 2 of Glee, a racist show about horrible people. Did you miss us? This week, we recap what we can remember of season 1 (very little), address the Mark Salling situation head-on (he's a literal criminal!), and dive headfirst into the hot pile of garbage that is this episode. Tina and Mike have the same name but are also dating! Finn raps about "his" "Dominicanos"! Rachel harasses a student for being Filipino and also having a good voice! None of this is played as satire! Also: A quick discussion about genre, a quick discussion about Lea Michele's new boyfriend, a quick discussion about Paul McCartney. You're gonna love it. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
It's the first ever season finale of Was Glee Good! In episode 22, Lily, Robbie, and Liz demand that you watch the most Glee performance of all time. Just trust us: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXPmQkiz7Jk. Also: a shout out to our favorite job hunter, a screed about the logistics of adoption, and we'll see you in a few weeks. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
In episode 21, Lily, Robbie, and Liz could not know less about funk as a musical concept. Please help us. Also: Will Schuester keeps his clothes on and still grosses us all out, Quinn dances more than she probably should be given her situation, and we, yes, google "funk". Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
In episode 20, Lily, Robbie, and Liz have strong feelings about motherhood for three non-moms. Also: the two-dimensional plight of Tina Cohen-Chang, Burt Hummel makes us cry, and all of our bits are about Lady Gaga because why not? Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
In episode 19, Lily, Robbie, and Liz shout out the hardest working nurse actress in the biz. Also: Joss Whedon is directing, Emma is doing good counselling, and a truly reprehensible series of vests is being worn. Neil Patrick Harris is also here, we guess. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say (330)-366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
In episode 18, Lily, Robbie, and Liz take turns screaming strangled screams about the way a character we'll never see again is treated. Also: Kurt goes deer hunting and makes us cry, Ryan Murphy's baffling self-concept strikes again, and we refine our pro-kissing stance. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @wasgleegood, shoot us an email at wasgleegood@gmail.com, and give us a call if you've got something to say: (330) 366-6130. Don't watch Glee.
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Created by
WasGleeGood
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Apr 1st, 2017
Latest Episode
Apr 24th, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
42
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic

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