'Glee': The First Season, Reimagined as an Old-School Video Game

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Glee's second season begins this week, and we've already helped you get ready by telling you the five things you need to know, even if you've never watched the show before. But this interactive YouTube video, which plays out the inaugural season's main events in 8-bit video game format, puts our summary to shame (though it takes some liberties with the plot—Did we miss the episode where the glee club throws Sue Sylvester out the window into a Dumpster)?:


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