‘Glee’ Recap: Rachel Must Choose Between College & Broadway

Tue, April 8, 2014 9:43pm EDT by 8 Comments
Glee Rachel Drops Out
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Samcedes Is Back!

Posted at 9:07 PM on April 12, 2014  

”Bash” was great and I’m happy ”Samcedes” is officially back together. Also,Amber Riley ”Colorblind” is amazing!

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ALice

Posted at 11:11 PM on April 15, 2014  

Disappointed Amber has been on the show 3 episodes now and no duet with Rachel. This time without the silly drama of a diva-off, just a couple of good friends singing together.

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Louise Rodway

Posted at 1:55 PM on April 10, 2014  

I think Rachel thinks she made the right choice but after Funny Girl, if it’s a hit she may have a chance but if it flops then shes back to being some girl who didn’t commit to nyada and flopped out of a Broadway show. She wont have many opportunities then. Personally I’m hoping she comes to her sense and sees that the producer doesn’t have her best interests at heart and there should be some flexibility to see that her schooling is a priority too,

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ALice

Posted at 11:04 PM on April 15, 2014  

In the entertainment business, no one cares if you went to college or even what college you attended. They care about experience, they care about the potential to make money. Plus, on the job training can be as good or even better. She’s an actress, not a brain surgeon. The producer may not have her best interests at heart, but neither did Carmen’s all or nothing option. Part time, take a semester off, etc. are all options. That whole segment was silly. Shows fail all the time and not many make it past two months, but that doesn’t mean it kills a career. Her dream was to play Fannie and that dream came true and if it doesn’t happen long term, at least it happened.

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Sehena Falconi

Posted at 4:54 PM on April 9, 2014  

Rachel obviously made the wrong choice in this episode. I would have killed for a chance to attend Nyada or any arts school. Kurt had a few good points, especially the fact that graduating from Nyada would have given Rachel more opportunities in the future. Of course Rachel is too pig headed and well “Rachel” to realize that.

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ALice

Posted at 11:09 PM on April 15, 2014  

Rachel went to NYADA so she could get a starring role on Broadway. She would have been a fool to give all that up to just “pretend” in college rather than do the real thing on Broadway. Broadway stars cross over all the time to tv and recording now. I’m not against college, but actors don’t need a degree to get a job, just talent.

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Stephanie

Posted at 12:05 PM on April 9, 2014  

I loved “Bash”, though I could have done with less Samcedes. Maybe have Artie facing some of his own hiscrimination, along with the other related issues. Top marks to Chris Colfer, Lea Michele, Darren Criss and Mike O’Malley (and always Whoopi Goldberg), with Amber killing it on her vocals, as always. I’ve never liked Samcedes much, but this would have been Ok – had there been less of it. Watching Sam is like watching a less-enchantingly off-the-wall Brittany: a bit painful. Colfer, Michele and Criss were fantastic in all respects. I loved “No One Is Alone” and “I’m Still Here” especially. The best scene was Kurt and Burt’s father and son in the hospital, followed by Kurt and Rachel’s make-up after Kurt gets home. And Blaine’s Winter Critique was very touching, as well.

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Mister Baja

Posted at 9:50 PM on April 8, 2014  

california state university Long Beacg(csulb)?
……..rowing ladies?

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