Episode #5: Glee “Pilot”

Glee “Pilot”

The podcast with nothing much ado about aircrafts, and potentially everything ado with first episodes of a filmic series. Join us today as we cast judgement and determine if the show that put Glee clubs back on the map will be hoisted, or not hoisted: that is the question!

Cheat Sheet:

  • Petard = bomb
  • Hoist a pilot = bad episode
  • Not hoist a pilot = good episode

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Show Notes

{2:40} Background: James had benged watched the first season of Glee for his first new years in Africa. He remembered it being funny and entertaining enough…Drew on the other hand was an OG Glee viewer, and he continued watching Glee from Mozambique until returning to the states in 2013 and losing touch.

{3:20} High Points: ridiculous characters; Rachel; music; editing; humor/detail

{8:15} Low Points: ridiculous characters; melodrama; cliche characters and plot points.

{11:35} MVPs: Drew loved Rachel and Fin’s chemistry, and Jimbo just loved Rachel.

{14:20} Crabman Award: by unanimous decision goes to The Lawn Care Dude!

{16:20} Dangling Threads of Interest: the parallels between love triangles and characters; the teaching profession and bullying; and last and least Fin’s speeches.

{33:00} Watch or Rewatch: Strong not watch! Drew will listen to the Glee musical covers online.

{3:40} To Hoist or Not to Hoist?: Not Hoist by split decision, Drew’s strong not hoist outweighed Jimbo’s hoist..

{36:16} Petardar:

{38:10} Next Week: Suprnatural

{3:45} Plugs: Jake Drew mixed the closing jam. And our first review “More, please!” by In a world…

Side Notes: For the record, Jimbo knows the difference between unanimous (in agreement) and anonymous (unknown), he just had an issue remembering the phrase “split decision” for undecided fights on the spot which lead to the collapse of his ability to distinguish between unanimous (in agreement) and anonymous (unknown). He has fully recovered physically, and is mostly okay emotionally and intellectually.

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