Another favorite: when the frequently clueless Finn said of the library, with the guilelessness of youth: "Did you know that you can take books home from there?"
"Yes," said Mr. Schuester.
To which I'd add: "And CDs and DVDs, too, and yes, all for free!"
If you can't get enough of Glee, the Fox tv series about a high school show choir, you can further indulge yourself with Glee related CDs and DVDs from the library.
A great starting place is Glee. Season 1, Volume 1: The Music. A highlight for me is the soaring "Defying Gravity," with Lea Michele as Rachel and Chris Colfer as Kurt trading verses of the Wicked show-stopper. (I confess that Kurt is my favorite, played by Colfer with sweetness, humor and heartbreaking vulnerability.)
Other Glee CDs are:
Glee, The Music. Season 1, Volume 2. Check it out for Lea Michele's performance of My Life Would Suck Without You.
Glee. Volume 3, Showstoppers: The Music
Glee. Season 1, Volume 1, Road to Sectionals or Glee. The Complete First Season, which is currently on order.
We even have a novel for teens based on the show, Glee: The Beginning, an Original Novel.One final Glee tidbit: one of the co-creators and writers, Ian Brennan, grew up in Mt. Prospect and attended Prospect High School, where he was a member of the show choir. Nominated for an Emmy award, Brennan writes the gleefully wicked Sue Sylvester's witty and biting dialog. ("Your hair looks like a briar patch. I keep expecting racist animated Disney characters to pop up and start singing songs about living on the bayou.")
Do you have a favorite Glee character, moment, song or line of dialog?