Why I Can't Blog About Glee Anymore

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Whatever, I'm guessing the next big thing will be a revival of talking horse sitcoms.
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Do you live inside my brain, Dave Bow?? I also just decided to throw in the towel on Glee. (Unless it gets fun again. It would be cool if that happened.)
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I think we should stage an Egypt-style overthrow of Glee, and replace it with a spin-off called, "The Warblers." (THEY'RE THE ONLY PART I CARE ABOUT!!)
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This is the perfect example of privileged people problems; why my favorite show isn't my favorite show any more.
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"Glee is one of the most important TV shows of the last decade."

Wonder what people thought was the best model of horse/buggy before the car overtook it?
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YOU GUYS CAN PRY GLEE FROM MY COLD DEAD FINGERS.
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@ Art A

Thanks for dropping by with your moral superiority!
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TIL: If I had real people problems I'd spend my time complaining about blog posts instead of writing them.
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"Glee is one of the most important TV shows of the last decade."

It showed how to monetize TV shows in the age of the new media. It is designed to make money for the network even if the viewer can avoid the advertisers using DVR or the web. Each episode has 6 to 8 songs to be sold to children on Itunes. Who get to sing these songs are based on sales data. Paid product placement still remains even though the commercials are removed. The only placement I've seen removed to date was that Chevy song fest.
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@WmSH Now that I have your attention, ever since the dub-dub canned him, I have kind of missed seeing taxicab confessions. Please commission his work in print again.
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Glee The Musical!! Reviewed here http://www.largemanchester.com/glee-hits-manchester.html