I was raised to believe in the final judgment of the living and the dead. Based on the season premiere, however, the show is apparently just all wild tangents. Rachel and Kurt going to the NYADA mixer thing in Dayton was a good example of how the show expertly plays these kids grand dreams off the reality of their bland existences. Also, bonus points for the hostile-through-song Harmony, who may be the best new character ever.
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It premiered on September 20, The season premiere opens, revealing that for some members of New Directions , it's their senior year. With the purple pianos scattered around the school, the New Directions have to sing a song if they spot one. With the seniors questioning their futures beyond high school, Rachel and Kurt attempt to find a college in New York after learning that Juilliard does not offer a musical theater program while Finn is lost and confused about his future plans. The episode was directed by Eric Stoltz and written by Brad Falchuk. The episode opens with Jacob interviewing the New Directions , heavily emphasizing that for many of the students, this is their senior year. Finn is the first to be interviewed. Jacob refers to him as both a "mediocre quarterback" and "mediocre glee club lead. Mike is next, and he says that his mother has not yet decided whether he will attend Harvard or Stanford after high school. Tina reveals that she is not applying for any colleges because she is a junior, like Artie , while Mike is a senior.
Look back at the leading ladies of the s who made their mark with iconic roles and some major hairstyles, too. See the gallery. Its fall and that means back to school for the students and faculty at McKinley High. The New Directions clan returns after a devastating loss at Nationals, so Mr. Schuester assigns a project to get them back on track. Meanwhile, Sue Sylvester starts her congressional campaign. Written by Fox Publicity. Looking for something to watch? Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. Sign In.
Members of the club have left, and a recruitment drive is launched to bring the numbers back up. Sue Sylvester is running for Congress. The episode received mixed-to-positive reviews, with favorable notice being taken of the renewed focus on the core characters, though there was a lack of overall enthusiasm from several reviewers. Five covers were released as singles, three of which charted on the Billboard Hot and the Canadian Hot Upon its initial airing, this episode was viewed by 9.