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Glee: Season 4, Episode 19 :: Sweet Dreams

Apr 19, 2013

This week on Glee (Season 4, Episode 19) Rachel draws on her New Directions past to find her future on Broadway. Find out more in the Kidzworld Recap of "Sweet Dreams" which aired April 18th, 2013.

Open Call Awesomeness

This week on Glee Rachel attends an open call for a Broadway stage production of Funny Girl, and before heading out she gets advice from her birth mom Shelby who says she needs a new interpretation of something. We also see a touching call between Rachel and Finn (is the romance back?) While auditioning she hearks all the way back to her Season 1 performance of "Don't Stop Believin'". As she's ons tage perfforming for the bored New York theater directorsshe imagines that her old New Directions crew is singing in the background with her (Artie, Tina, Mercedes, Kurt and Finn). At the end of the show we hear Rachel's phone ring - she got a callback! She and Kurt flip out!

Meanwhile back in Lima, Marley decides to free her original songs from their secret drawer, only to have Mr. Schue crush her dreams with a literal interpretation of the dream theme - covers of "Sweet Dreams Are Made of This,""Dream Weaver," and "You Make My Dreams." However when Schue hears one of Marley's original songs his heart melts and he reconsiders doing original material Regionals.

Party Kings

Since becoming roomies with Puck at Lima State, Finn has been doing nothing but partying - and ruining his opportunities. He misses a test offered by Schue, and that's when Puck tells him they both need to get a grip and get back on track. Finn manages to repair the damage with his old singing coach and even gets a credit for being co-director of the New Directions. Meanwhile there's a new Cheerios coach in town, Roz Washington, who demands that Becky and Blaine refrain from casting any spells on her like they did her predecessor.

Set List

  • Next to Me
  • (You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)
  • You Have More Friends Than You Know
  • Don't Stop Believin'
  • Outcast

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