Sometimes, “Glee” has chosen to highlight a cheesy dance number or two, but the good thing about disco is that it celebrates the cheese more than any other genre. You get the big costumes, the big hair, and the chance to really let loose on the dance floor.
Since “Glee” is in the midst of a two-part “celebration” of New Directions, it only seems appropriate for us to be entering the disco scene now. Speaking to E! News, Lea Michele explained what it was like shooting this number in particular, and working alongside someone in Dianna Agron who was at times her rival during the first few seasons of the show:
“Well I don’t know if Quinn and Rachel have a lot of scenes alone together, but we do go to a disco club together and Dianna [Agron] and I had so much fun. And then a couple times Ryan[Murphy] would say, ‘Freestyle!’ and I was like, ‘Dianna, you had better do it with me!’ So we have our little dance moments, but I don’t think that Quinn and Rachel have any scenes together that I remember, but everything is really meshed up and starting to blend.”
The bummer to us is that the move of some of the characters to New York City did not lead to Quinn coming down from Yale, but at least she is still open to making more appearances in the future. For the time being, though, Tuesday’s episode should give you somesort of temporary closure for the character, along with some of the other cast members (i.e. Jake, Ryder, and Marley) who you are not going to be seeing that much of in the future.
Remember that after Tuesday’s episode, there will be a time jump of around 3 months, and then we will leap into “New New York.” This could practically be considered in some ways its own pilot.
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