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Glee: Season 4, Episode 8:: Thanksgiving

Nov 30, 2012

This week on Glee (Season 4, Episode 8) New Directions gets some guidance from recent McKinley grads for Sectionals. Find out more in the Kidzworld Recap of "Thanksgiving" which aired November 29th 2012.

Thanksgiving & Sectionals

This week was action-packed at McKinley with the return of several alumni home for the holidays. Santana, Quinn and Mercedes and Mike were all back in town just in time to help prep the New Directions for Sectionals. Quinn was mentoring Kitty and gets in a fight with Marley's mentor Santana when Lady Lopez's "third eye" reveals that Kitty got Marley hooked on laxatives. Despite feeling weak and having chills, Marley takes the stage and passes out at the end of her number. The Dalton Academy Warblers have a strong performance, but there's still a window of opportunity for New Directions to take the lead next week. Unlike the ladies, this week Jake and Ryder see their friendship getting stronger, with Jakegetting Ryder's blessing to go on a date with Marley and Jake purposely threw his audition so that Ryder could take the lead with Kitty in "Gangnam Style."

NYC Turkey

Back in NYC Kurt and Rachel are having a Thanksgiving of their own, and Brody stops by to help stuff the turkey and Isabelle (Sarah Jessica parker) crashes the party with a bunch of wild friends, making for a lively evening. Kurt gets emotional and calls Blaine to almost forgive him, and they agree to meet over the Christmas break and talk.

Set List

Check out the preview for "Thanksgiving" below!                                                                            

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alyssia7710

alyssia7710 wrote:

i cant belive i missed the episode
commented: Sun Dec 30, 2012

cheersleader

cheersleader wrote:

I LUV LUV LUV them :))
commented: Sat Dec 01, 2012

alyssia7710

alyssia7710 wrote:

omg i missed this epidosode
commented: Sat Dec 01, 2012

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