The show is fun, entertaining, and charming, even if some of the situations are just a biiittt contrived. The show has delt well with some tough issues. Pregnancy, infielity, teen sex and handicaps. (the scene in the xmass show where santa tells the cheerleader he can't deliver he wish is great.)The show's promotion of the gay lifestyle, however, is unjustsified and for me, very unappealling. For a family show this storyline corrupts an entertaining cast. I don't understand how the gay community isn't up in arms. Kirk is small, coltist, feminine, and sings very well and loves clothes.In addition he has a crush on a football player and gets picked on by them.How original. I was a musician and in choir, and the stereotype of a gay, male singer is shallow and insulting. Besides being trite the character and storyline could be carried with a straight character. The emotional angst of his relationship with his dad, his loss of his mother, and relaltionship issues could be done with a straight character. In addition to having no place in a family show, the character seems to only be the "token" gay. The show has more potential than that. If they wold only use it
About The Show
Set at a Midwest high school, this musical comedy follows an optimistic teacher who - against all odds and a malicious cheerleading coach - inspires McKinley High's Glee Club to persevere, one singing competition at a time.
Set at a Midwest high school, this musical comedy follows an optimistic teacher who - against all odds and a malicious cheerleading coach - inspires McKinley High's Glee Club to persevere, one singing competition at …
My husband and I have 3 teenagers and we watched last night's episode together. We loved it. I think it was …