Renditions of "Hold On" and "Gloria" and "Barracuda": Can you say sassy?
Rachel gets a New York Magazine cover shoot — how meta.
As will many of the show's now-departed original characters.
The musician describes the surreal experience of watching himself being played by Matthew Lillard.
Alicia takes on a Glee-like TV show who ripped off her Jonathan Coulton–esque musician clients and “legal jazz” ensues.
Finn and Rachel would have reunited in Lima.
Cumberbatch and Lawrence, sure. But Kaya Scodelario? Tyler Hoechlin?
It’s hard not to be at least a little charmed by puppet versions of every Glee character.
A Billy Joel tribute without “We Didn’t Start the Fire”? Seriously?
Transgender issues? Relevant. The rape-iness of "Blurred Lines"? Not so much.
“Are you a Katy or a Gaga?” isn’t a particularly interesting question.
Featuring Artie as both Katy and Gaga.
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland didn't do well last night, either; Glee did.