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Glee!!!

Ok, so this is not book related, but for some reason the bookish people I know are also Glee fans. Maybe because we're such a super smart group of people!:)

So you can imagine my joy in the fact that Glee returns tonight! If you didn't catch the pilot over the summer, tonight's your chance. And if you did see, tonight is the director's cut, with extra special scenes! Yay!

Anyone else share my Glee joy?

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  1. Okay, I admit it: I am totally a gleek.

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  2. I don't know what this is... but I am willing to find out!

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  3. Ahh, so this is what Glee is about. Hm, I'm not really into musicals but it looks interesting :)

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  4. I promised khy that I would watch it! let the geeking out begin!

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  5. SO EXCITED for Glee. I cannot wait. Some of the guest stars they have lined up are going to make it even more amazing.

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  6. Thanks for sharing, will definitely check it out tonight

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  7. I LOVE THIS SHOW! It's so good. I already know it's going to become my new favorite thing on tv. I'm such a gleek.

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  8. This series looks great, I'm already addicted and I've justed seen the trailer LOL. Thanks for the heads up :-)

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  9. I'll be watching! I didn't catch the pilot yet, and I've been looking forward to tonight for weeks.

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  10. that does look pretty fun. I'm not much of a TV watcher, but I'll try to catch it tonight.

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  11. Thank you,thank you!!! I actually squealed with delight at this news. DVR is now set.

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  12. Gleeeeeeeeeee!!!!!

    (I think that says it all.)

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  13. I still need to see Glee. Everyone has said such awesome things about it.

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  14. Oh, squee!! In my mind, the premiere was next week. You have made my day! I'll go share the news on my blog. :)

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  15. OMZ, I Love GLEE! That teaser episode in soring was just plain cruel!

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  16. LOVE, love, love this show! And I can't wait to see some new episodes!

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  17. How did I TOTALLY miss that this was the director's cut and not just a rerun. SHOOOOOOT! I didn't watch! But excited for the new season to start!!!! So much potential in this show.

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  18. Totally watched it again for like the bazillionth time. (The pilot was a free download from iTunes last May.) Looooooove "Glee!"

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  19. Mrs. Green Bean,

    I also <3 this show! It's so fun! Glad you blogged it!

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  20. Glee is definitely in my top three new shows this season. I'm beyond excited for the soundtrack to come out in November. We only have a couple more days to wait for a new episode!

    Woo hoo :)

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