Starring: Amber Riley, Chris Colfer, Cory Monteith, Dianna Agron, Heather Morris, Jane Lynch, Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Naya Rivera
Genres: Comedy, Musical
Showmance - S1-E2
Rachel: I tried, but I don't have a gag reflex.Emma: When you're older, that will turn out to be a gift.
Will: Hold on a second, Sue.Sue: I resent being told to hold on to anything, William. I will not be treated like a second-class citizen because of my gender.
Will: My father always said you'd become a man when you bought your first house. I'm not sure what he meant though, because he burned ours down during a drunken fight with mom.
Rachel Berry: We're going to give these kids what they want.Kurt Hummel: Blood?Rachel Berry: Better. Sex!
Kurt Hummel: One day, I will own you all!
Sue: You think this is hard? I'm living with hepatitis. That's hard!
Sue: We're gonna bring this club down.Quinn: And I'm gonna get my boyfriend back.Sue: I don't care so much about that.
Sue: Iron tablet? It keeps your strength up when you menstruate.Will: I don't menstruate.Sue: Neither do I.
Sue: It is my strong recommendation that both these students be hobbled.
Sue: That was the most offensive thing I've seen in 20 years of teaching, and that includes an elementary school production of "Hair."
Ready Player One
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In "Wheels," when Artie is singing 'Dancing By Myself' and doing tricks in his wheelchair, the wheels on the back of the chair that prevent him from falling backwards disappear and reappear, depending on whether or not he is performing a trick.
The show is based on creator Ian Brennan's experience in show choir at Prospect High School in Illinois.