I came late to the party on this one. I’d been hearing so much about Glee from both Bro’ B and Mr. Z, that I finally sat down and watched my first episode last month. WOW! Why had I not jumped on the bandwagon sooner?
Thankfully 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment came to my rescue by sending me disc four of Road to the Sectionals so that I could catch up on a couple of the episodes that I had missed. I have to say that this was a GREAT way to spend a quiet New Year’s Day – enjoying this ensemble of incredibly talented teens, great comedic actors and snarky script.
Glee is what happens when you mix the movie Fame with that 70’s TV series Soap. A combo of comedy and a LOT of great music and dance makes this destined to be cult classic series addictive. Created by Ryan Murphy of Nip/Tuck fame, Glee offers us an inside look into an unpopular, but extremely talented high school glee club. With tongue planted firmly in cheek and full hour of situational cliches, Glee will make you feel….well GLEE.
- Pilot – Director’s Cut
- The Rhodes not Taken
- Vitamin D
- Special Features
Glee, Vol. One: Road to Sectionals is available for purchase at Amazon.com for $24.49 or at your local DVD seller for $39.99.
Review by Broad “Z”- Zippy
Thank you to Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment for providing this disc for our DVD review We were in no way paid or compensated for our opinions.