Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Naya Rivera & 2Cellos - "Supermassive Black Hole" Video

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We assumed it'd be hot, but we didn't know it'd be like this. Check out Naya's latest project with the incredibly talented 2Cellos, performing "Supermassive Black Hole". Great song, great vid... greatness everywhere.

What do you think? Our thoughts: Girl. Is. On. Fire.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below or hit us up on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Glee 4x11 Promo: "Sadie Hawkins"

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Glee Christmas always gives me warm fuzzy feelings everywhere. But now we're on hiatus. And it makes me sad. Unfortunately all we have to hang on to for the next few weeks is the promo for Glee 4x11: "Sadie Hawkins"... and it looks pretty interesting. Looks like everyone's gettin' naked!

What do you think?! Tell us your thoughts on everything Glee in the comments below, or hit us up on twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog!

Peace.Love.Glee. And Merry Christmas!
-Bonnie & Whitney

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Glee Christmas Songs - First Listen!

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Glee, for some reason, has a really good way of making Christmas sexy... And fun. But mostly sexy. And I'm sure this year is going to be no different, as Glee releases their music from "Glee: The Christmas Album Vol. 3". So far, we like LOVE!

Jingle Bell Rock
Performed by: Chord Overstreet

White Christmas
Performed by: Chris Colfer & Darren Criss

Silent Night
Performed by: Naya Rivera

Joy To The World
Performed by: Alex Newell

Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah
Performed by: Jacob Artist & Mark Salling

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Performed by: Heather Morris, Chord Overstreet, Darren Criss, Chris Colfer, Jacob Artist, Mark Salling & the New Directions

Silent Night
Performed by: Melissa Benoist

I'll Be Home for Christmas
Performed by: Lea Michele

Feliz Navidad
Performed by: Kevin McHale

Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
Performed by: Cory Monteith

What do you think? Are you excited for this album to drop?! We can't wait! Make sure to tell us your favorite track on Glee: The Christmas Album Vol. 3 in the comments below, or hit us up on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog! Then.. Make sure to buy your copy when it's released on Tuesday December 11! :)

Merry Glee Christmas! (and of course a belated Merry Snixxxmas!)

-Bonnie & Whitney

Friday, December 7, 2012

Glee 4x10 Promo: "Glee Actually"

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I'm not sure how you felt about the Glee episode tonight, but we actually really liked it. It felt very season 1ish. Very underdog storyish. And we're looking forward to next week, too. Check out the promo for Glee episode 4x10 "Glee Actually".

What do you think?? The most important things here: 1) Artie can walk? 2) The alums are back in high school? 3) OMFG IS THAT TERRI SCHUESTER?!?!? ♥♥♥

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below or hit us up on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Gleecap: Glee 4x08 - 'Thanksgiving' Recap

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In case you missed this week's episode of Glee, which I'm not sure why you would because all the Old Directions came back and let's face it, they're the reason we fell in love with this show in the first place, so why wouldn't you watch when they're all together, in the same room, singing the same songs, and... YOU JUST CAN'T SIT WITH US, OKAY?! ... Sorry, we're talking about Glee, not Mean Girls. Anyways, in case you missed it, here is your Gleecap for Glee episode 4x08: "Thanksgiving":

It started off with a promising sequence consisting of Quinn, Puck, Mike, Santana Mercedes and Finn singing a mashup of "Homeward Bound/Home". It brought a simultaneous tear and smile to our faces. Apparently the old gang decided to promise to come home for break. Almost all of them did.

Marley has a very Rachel Berry-esq monologue at the beginning about the pressure she's feeling and her dreams. All we gathered from it though was that Skeet Ulrich gave her a bouquet of kittens in her dreams.

Take 2 of the Old gang being back together. Puck is telling tales of LA that we don't quite understand. Then they all talk about how they are glad they came back. Then Finn decides that he needs there help.

He wants to take advantage of the Old Directions being back, so he makes them mentors. Really, though just the newbies. Really though, just 4 of them get specific mentors. Really, I wasn't exactly sure why some had single mentors and others didn't but I guess that's beside the point. #logic #continuity

Marley's mentor = Santana. Kitty's mentor = Quinn. Unique's mentor = Mercedes. Jake's mentor = Puck. Mike is teaching everyone how to dance, particularly the leading man which [Spoiler Alert!] happens to be Ryder. Funny how that worked out.

Finn lays out the plan for Sectionals: Blaine and Marley handle the duet (shocker there) and the group number would be "Gangnam Style".

Santana retors with a hilarious comment about how no one knows how to dance except Britt and that their hand jive looked more like hand jo.... you get the picture.

Jake tells Ryder that he and Marley "aren't official" and if he wants him to end it, he would. In true bro-friendship style, Ryder tells Jake that he doesn't have to stop seeing Marley. But, on the other hand, he better not take away the lead role in Sectionals... because that's how normal teenagers negotiate.

The new, and gorgeous Rachel and always-chic Kurt take a walk through New York city debating whether or not they should go back for Thanksgiving, and ultimately decide that they wouldn't. They'd just hang out at the apartment.

Now back to Ohio, where the Men are teaching the boys how to dance in a dance off that Ryder wins... And the Women are teaching the girls. Queue an Unholy Trinity number called "Come See About Me", where Quinn informs the girls that they knew each other so well that they knew when to shake and when to shimmy just by the twitch of Santana's lip. I didn't really get this number... 1) Because Santana acted as a background singer, and that's just untrue, and 2) It was non-eventful. Just an excuse to get the Unholy Trinity to sing. [Don't get us wrong, we love the Unholy Trinity as much as the next person, and this DID give us excellent Season 1 feels, but I would have loved for this number to have a meaning behind it. cc: the lyrics?]

Uh oh, trouble on the front line, superheroes, where's Blaine?! Finn unveils that Night Bird may have left to go to Dalton, because everything at McKinley reminded him too much of Kurt. #wompwomp #wompwompwomp

Jake decides to hand Ryder a note that shows off his "kyrptonite". Ryder tells him to be a man and tell him face-to-face. Jake accepts the challenge and says that he's insecure about his mixed race. Ryder's kryptonite in response: He couldn't read Jake's note. (Gasp x 3!)

Now back to New York! Brody and Rachel have a little interaction where Brody apologizes for sleeping with Cassie, and promises he wouldn't do it again, and to make up for it, he'd cook her and Kurt Thanksgiving dinner at her place. Again... because this is how normal 19 year olds negotiate.

Carrie Bradshaw Isabelle asks Kurt about Blaine, and Kurt informs her that he "closed the door on that sad saga" (side note: as much as we would LOVE that to be true, I'm going to take a stab and call him a liar). She informs him that he should accept an apology from the guy. Oh, and somewhere in there he invites her over to their apartment for Thanksgiving.

Back to Ohio! #keepup! Kitty tells Quinn about Jake and Marley in a manipulative way that makes it seem like Jake is taking advantage of Marley, so when he and Puck are walking down the hall, and Puck is praising him for his Bros before Hoes attitude, Quinn turns ultra bitch and tells Jake to back off Marley otherwise they'd lose sectionals.

It another oh-so-enlightening mentoring session, Quinn tells Kitty to smile at the judges. Because that will help them win sectionals. Enter Santana who comes in to tell Quinn that Kitty is giving Marley laxitives and that Kitty was pure evil. She's so smart, that Santana...

Quinn then enlightens Santana, telling her that she's jealous of Quinn because Quinn is dating her psych professor. Since Santana was so aware of that situation, she screams out the "Twitter Update" of the century, saying that Quinn was letting another man define her life. Then Quinn said something about Santana being too scared to follow her dreams (first thing we've liked Quinn for all episode). Things get heated, Santana mentions something about Quinn never seeing Beth, and Quinn slaps Santana. So, in true Santana fashion, she slaps Quinn back. Then Brittany steps in asking what they were doing. I personally would have much rather heard "Stop the violence", but clearly, things aren't the way they once were. Still though I love those fights that Santana points out that Quinn's a maaaahhther.

Ryder is trying to figure out how to dance to "Gangnam Style", but he just can't figure it out. So Ballerina Jake comes in to help him. And they work on it together. They're such bros.

Conveniently for him, Ryder decides that now that he knows what his learning disability is, he should stay in on Friday and study. So he cancels his plans with Marley. Marley, trying to be self-confident after a knock from Kitty, decides to go up and ask Jake out on a date. And he accepts. Thanks for the advice Big Bro!

Back in New York, Brody is bagging up the turkey, Kurt's complaining about the use of the bag and the use of the turkey as a courtship device between Brochel, and Rachel mentions that Sectionals are starting. Conclusion: no one is eating the turkey.

BACK TO OHIO, sheesh! Marley is getting ready for sectionals, she feels bad for eating a tic tac, and then the kids, the children - all of them Old and New - get into a show circle, and start praying. Because they've done that before.

The Warblers open up sectionals with "Whistle" and "Live While We're Young". Both were decent performances, even though that Hunter kid kind of creeps us out a little bit.

In New York, Thanksgiving turns into a Kiki (No, not Brittany's cell phone friend) when the three New Yorkers sit down for dinner and Carrie Isabelle's friends knock at the door for the party. Isabelle is late, but shows up just in time for them to lock the door tight and start the party with a great rendition of "Let's Have a Kiki/Turkey Lurkey Time". 'Twas my favorite performance of the night and we got to see Brooke Lipton! Yay!

Back at Sectionals, Will shows up and the New Directions + Emma get excited about it. We weren't.

Oh yeah, and then the Rosedale Mennonites performed "Over the River and Through the Woods/She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain". This was my second favorite performance of the night.

Kurt decides to call Blaine right before the New Directions are getting ready to take stage. It was emotional. Blah blah blah. Blaine apologizes for the 104982035th time and Kurt says that they'll talk over Christmas Break. The best part of this scene was the love for SJP that I felt when she hugged Kurt after the phone call was complete.

Marley is still feeling pressure of Sectionals resting on her shoulders, especially because of her weight, and she's oh so hungry. Jake assures her that she'll do great and that they'll win. Upon overhearing, Ryder tells Jake that he needs to take over the male lead to ensure a victory. So he does.

The New Directions take the stage with "Gangnam Style", which wasn't great in my opinion, but the dancing was fun and Tina was Oh-So-cute while she was singing. It wasn't racist at all, though.

Then Marley passes out on stage. Enter cliffhanger here.

...And that's what you missed on Glee!

-Bonnie and Whitney

Monday, December 3, 2012

Glee 4x09 "Swan Song" Songs - First Listen!

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How are you guys hanging in there? Just two more weeks of Glee before winter hiatus, and we're just not sure how we feel about any of it! We're basically in a glass case of emotion, laughing, crying, craughing.. angry, happy, excited... you name it, we've probably felt it in the last week or two.

This week comes the results of sectionals, some unwanted interesting coupling of characters, excellent songs, and Rachel Berry. So, without further ado, here's your First Listen for Glee 4x09 - "Swan Song".

Something Stupid
Performed by: Chord Overstreet & Heather Morris

Being Good Isn't Good Enough
Performed by: Lea Michele

O Holy Night
Performed by: Lea Michele

Being Alive
Performed by: Chris Colfer

All That Jazz
Performed by: Lea Michele & Kate Hudson

Don't Dream It's Over
Performed by: Cory monteith, Chord Overstreet, Jenna Ushkowitz, Heather Morris, & Darren Criss

Tell us what you think in the comments below, or hit us up on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Glee 4x09 Promo: "Swan Song"

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Well... there's not much to say about this one. Here's your Glee 4x09 "Swan Song" promo:


-Bonnie & Whitney

Gleecap: Glee 4x07 - 'Dynamic Duets' Recap

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We know it was Thanksgiving and all, but shouldn't your family know by now that nothing comes between you and your Glee, not even the most succulent turkey, delicious mashed potatoes, savory green bean casserole and the most scrumptious pumpkin pie? BRB we're hungry... while we're gone, make yourself busy and catch up on what you missed on last week's Glee episode: 4x07 "Dynamic Duets". Nom nom nom nom nom...

This week's Glee opens up at the Superhero Club meeting, which basically consists of only Glee club members and Becky. I'm shocked that we haven't heard of this before.

Crisis of the week: The New Directions' Nationals trophy was stolen. (GASP!)

Never fear, turns out Night Bird (aka Blaine Warbler) has a special power that just so happens to recover lost trophies. So he goes to Dalton Academy to recover said trophy, and they tell him that they'll give it back if Blaine rejoins the Warblers.

He of course says, "No" but they take him to the dark side by: (dun dun dunnnn), making him sing "My Dark Side" WHILE wearing a Warblers jacket. (Gasp x 2!)

Meanwhile, back at WMHS, Finn is unsurprisingly struggling as the Glee Club leader, and Tina is still alive.

He decides to make the theme of the week "Dynamic Duets". Everyone had to dress up as superheros, and Ryder + Jake had to sing together, and Kitty + Marley had to sing together, just so that they could squash their differences.

Ryder and Jake decide that they're both Mega Studs (um what?) and they think that they should sing "I am Superman" to try and win the love of that Absolutely Stunning Kind-Faced Blue Eyed Gir, Marley. But they end up beating each other up.

To get them to really squash their differences, Finn tells them to tell one another their biggest fears.

In the other dynamic duo, Kitty takes it upon herself to dress up as Femme Fatale and decide their song should be "Holding Out For A Hero".

Marley, still self conscious doesn't want to dress up in a super hero costume. But after trying it on, and Kitty convincing her that she looked hot- insert alterior motif right here- Marley decides she'll wear the costume, and go as Woman Fierce. P.S. the performance was great and Teen Jesus' hair turned into a whip...

Uh oh, trouble on the front line, superheroes, where's Blaine?! Finn unveils that Night Bird may have left to go to Dalton, because everything at McKinley reminded him too much of Kurt. #wompwomp #wompwompwomp

Jake decides to hand Ryder a note that shows off his "kyrptonite". Ryder tells him to be a man and tell him face-to-face. Jake accepts the challenge and says that he's insecure about his mixed race. Ryder's kryptonite in response: He couldn't read Jake's note. (Gasp x 3!)

Jake tells Finn about Ryder's disability, and Finn takes Ryder to see a special education teacher. He finds out he's dyslexic. He thanks Finn, but Finn tells him that Jake's the real hero (insert creys).

Jake stands up to the jocks during lunch, as they, once again are making fun of Marley's mom. #sadpanda. As the jocks surround Jake to fight him, Ryder steps in and tells them that he has Jake's back. (I smell a new studly BFF duo over here.)

Sam talks to Blaine about Kurt. Blaine whines some more about how awful he felt about cheating on Kurt. Sam basically told him to man-up and tell Kurt that. #seriouslybro #manup

Together, Blam sings "Heroes" by David Bowie. It was a good duet. And the performance was basically adorbs, because the Glee club was doing some community service which ended in a paint fight, which we loved, and then the song concluded with Wham, Blam, thank you ma'am taking the Glee Club's Nationals trophy back to McKinley.

Jake decides to give older brother Puck a call (since I guess they do that now?) to get a little brotherly advice on how to get Marley to like him, without intentionally sabotaging Ryder, since they're BFFs now (all this back and forth relationship talk is confusing us).

Puck, who is making money dressed as... wouldn't you know it? A superhero named the PuckerMan on Hollywood Blvd, tells Jake to hang back, be cool, don't be a dick, and let her come to him. So that's what Jake decides to do.

Conveniently for him, Ryder decides that now that he knows what his learning disability is, he should stay in on Friday and study. So he cancels his plans with Marley. Marley, trying to be self-confident after a knock from Kitty, decides to go up and ask Jake out on a date. And he accepts. Thanks for the advice Big Bro!

Then, in true-Glee fashion, the episode concludes with "Some Nights" by Fun. And it was Fun.

...And that's what you missed on Glee!

-Bonnie and Whitney

Monday, November 26, 2012

Glee Cast - "Something Stupid" First Listen!

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We knew it was coming, but how do we feel about it? We know that in an upcoming episode Sam and Brittany are going to have a duet about... must we say it? ... Love.

What does it mean? We don't know. How is it going to be used in the show? We don't know. But what we do know is that we really dig the harmonies of one Heather Morris & Chord Overstreet... much to our dismay, since we wanted to hate it oh-so-badly. Hey, can't win 'em all, right? Here's your first listen of Glee's "Something Stupid":

Something Stupid
Performed by: Heather Morris & Chord Overstreet

What do you think? Do you love it, or do you hate it? How do you think Glee is going to use this duet, and do you think "Bram" is on? Leave us a comment below, or hit us up on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Glee 4x08 "Thanksgiving" Songs - First Listen!

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Gosh, the holidays seemed to have slowed us down a bit. Too much turkey! Sorry about the lack of recaps & promos, but there's one thing we'll try to make sure we don't fail you on, and that's our First Listen Sunday. This week's much anticipated episode of Glee features some greats songs, and we're super stoked to hear them. So without further ado, here's your First Listen Sunday of episode 4x08 "Thanksgiving".

Gangnam Style
Performed by: Jenna Ushkowitz & The New Directions

Performed by: The Warblers

Live While We're Young
Performed by: The Warblers

Let's Have a Kiki/Turkey Lurkey Time
Performed by: Sarah Jessica Parker, Chris Colfer & Lea Michele

Come See About Me
Performed by: Dianna Agron, Naya Rivera & Heather Morris

Homeward Bound/Home
Performed by: Dianna Agron, Mark Salling, Harry Shum Jr., Naya Rivera, & Amber Riley

Basically weeping at this all. A) We miss this old cast so GD much. 2) These songs are fantastic. So many feelings... Just everywhere. 3b) Is it Thursday yet?!?!?! Tell us what you think in the comments below, or hit us up on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Glee Cast Goes 'Gangnam Style' - First Listen!

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In case you didn't know, Glee is going "Gangnam Style". So first things first, watch this behind the scenes preview that Fox gave us a little while back:

And now that you know what they've been up to, have a listen to the full version of "Gangnam Style" - Glee edition right here:

Gangnam Style
Performed by: New Directions

What are your thoughts? Looks like they're doing it for Sectionals... Do you think this number will get them a big victory?

Let us know what you think! Hit us up in the comments below or on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Glee 4x07 "Dynamic Duets" Songs - First Listen!

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Well, "Glease" is over. Now let's get into prepping for Sectionals. Judging by the group number at the end of this week's episode, I have a feeling we're going to get some Season 1 Feels comin' up... which as you know, always makes me so very happy. Here's your first listen Sunday for Glee 4x07: "Dynamic Duets":

My Dark Side
Performed by: Darren Criss with the Warblers

Performed by: Blake Jenner & Jacob Artist

Holding Out For A Hero
Performed by: Becca Tobin and Melissa Benoist

Performed by: Chord Overstreet & Darren Criss

Some Nights
Performed by: The New Directions

What do you think about this superhero themed episode?! We're intrigued! What a heroic Thanksgiving this will be!

Oh, speaking of Thanksgiving, we're thankful that Gangnam Style was released, too! Check it out!

Let us know what you think! Hit us up in the comments below or on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Glee 4x07 Promo: "Dynamic Duets"

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Everyone dressing up like superheroes? As the uber-nerd half of TMB I can say that this excites me! Check out the promo for Glee next week!

McKinley High School for Gifted Youngsters. X-men, what?

-Bonnie & Whitney

Gleecap: Glee 4x05 - 'The Role You Were Born to Play' Recap

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So after a five week hiatus, Glee returned last week with "The Role You Were Born to Play". And after those awful break ups, we can understand why you may have missed the episode for reasons like locking yourself in a coffin after those awful breakups or driving yourself insane from the possibilities that lie ahead with each relationship. So incase that was you, here's what you missed on Glee 4x05 "The Role You Were Born to Play":

The episode starts off with Finn whining about not having anything to look forward to. Artie encourages to direct the Musical... beacause Finn is Artie's hero. I'm not sure I agree with this - for reasons I'll explain later - but he agrees nonetheless.

Blaine the cheater... who's apparently hopelessly devoted to Kurt, doesn't think he can play Danny Zuko. So he auditions for the musical, singing "Hopelessly Devoted", but thinks he can only MAYBE play Teen Angel, since, you know, he's so heartbroken and all. #what?

Finn decides that he doesn't think he's cut out for directing, but Artie is here to save the day by bringing in reinforcements by the names of Mercedes Jones and Mike Chang. Because most college kids can just take off school to help with their high school's musical.

Beiste also returns this episode with some hilarity in the form of Wemma Couple's Counseling... So that's a treat... and Emma decides during this sesh that she'd like to go to Washington with Will. We don't buy it Emma...

Unique wants to play Rizzo, but doesn't think she'll get cast as the part. If Sue Sylvester has anything to do with it, Unique won't get Riz. Marley decides she wants to audition for Sandy. Sue tries to discourage them with insults, but it's nearly impossible to bash Absolutely Stunning Kind Face Blue Eyed Girl Marley.

Marley and Unique decide to do a joint audition after an unwanted, inappropriate, and rather grotesque excellent pinky link, and together they ruin sing "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)".

Since they can't find anyone to play Danny (and they really tried hard?) Finn decides that he would take matters into his own hands and find someone who can make a difference. Enter Ryder Lynn.

Finn encourages Rider to try out for the musical, but Ryder is struggling with his grades. Find out he gets a C- on his latest test, even though he studied for hours. He decided, with the help of Finn, that the best way to improve your grades is to add more extra-curriculars to your schedule.

Finn and Ryder sing "Jukebox Hero" with a bunch of jukeboxes surrounding them, and that concludes Ryder's audition. #normalpolicies

When Ryder finds out he's probably going to play Danny and Marley's probably going to play Sandy, he introduces himself and the two have so much chemistry, it could set the school on fire.

Puck Jake gets jealous and decides he wants to try out for the musical as Danny. Kitty decides she wants to try out for Sandy just to spite Marley. #drama

Together Jake and Kitty try out with "Everybody Talks". It was actually a pretty hawt audition. I dug it. Big time.

The old Directions decide that they'd call back the 4 Danny/Sandy auditions and have a perforamnce-off with "Born To Hand Jive". Hands down the best performance of the night, as it was kicked off by one Mercedes Jones, and the tension in the performance was just like the tension you felt in "Grease".

Tina doesn't want to try out for the musical because Mike is back to direct. More tension comes when he tells her she needs to try out because she'd make the perfect Jan. I dig the Tike tension, for showw.

Sue tries to discourage Finn from casting Unique as Rizzo, and he retorts by calling her baby retarded. Smart Finn. Smart. #PickANewHeroArtie

Oh. Don't forget about the far-too-long interaction between Will and Emma where Emma tells him that she doesn't want to go to Washington. So.. she's not going to. #wasteoffiveminutes

When Schue tells Finn that he's leaving, Finn gets all whiney and stuff, but Schue decides it's time for Finn to start calling him Will, put on a sweater vest, and take over the New Directions.

The cast list is decided at the end, and you can see who's playing what roles here: Glease Cast List. We personally find this cast-list to be GOLD. Particularly the role of Patty Simcox.

And here's what you didn't miss: Rachel Berry, Santana Lopez, Quinn Fabray, Noah Puckerman, a talking Brittany, a good Wemma scene, a tremendous performance, Finn being the hero that he is, Mike Chang's abs, or logic and continuity.

...And that's what you missed on Glee!

-Bonnie and Whitney

P.S. I apologize if you found the tone of this message to be sarcastic or harsh. Not meant to be - just not one of my favorite episodes. That's okay tho! Can't like 'em all, huh? What'd you think?? Hit us up in the comments below, or on Twitter at @TroutyMouthBlog.

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Glee's Grease - Glease The Musical Cast List

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If you're wondering who's playing whom in Glee's production of 'Glease The Musical', then you've come to the right place. Next week, we'll get to see everyone partake in the world's greatest musical, and we need to know the break down of every person involved. So, without further ado, here's the cast of 'Glease', the Glee edition of the popular musical Grease:

Danny: Ryder (Blake Jenner)
Sandy: Marley (Melissa Benoist)
Kenickie: Sam (Chord Overstreet)
Rizzo: Unique (Alex Newell)
Frenchy: Sugar (Vanessa Lengies)
Jan: Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz)
Doody: Joe (Samuel Larsen)
Putzie: Jake (Jacob Artist)
Cha-Cha: Brittany (Heather Morris)
Patty Simcox: Kitty (Becca Tobin)
Teen Angel: Blaine (Darren Criss)

Tell us what you think Gleeks! Do you agree with the cast list? Who would you cast for each character? Tell us in the comments below or hit us up on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Glee 4x06 Promo: "Glease"

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Well... that episode was alright. We got to see our beloved Mike Chang and Mercedes Jones come back. Also Dot Marie Jones spilled some humor into our lives. But other than that... just so-so for us.

BUT next week, we're looking at the production of 'Glease', fun songs, and more of the old cast to return. Here's the promo for Glee 4x06: "Glease".

Tell us what you think Gleeks! What are you looking most forward to? Hit us up in the comments below or on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

Until next week...

-Bonnie & Whitney

Monday, November 5, 2012

Glee 4x05 "The Role You Were Born to Play" Songs - First Listen!

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After a long hiatus, we finally have our First Listen Sunday's back. And after a heartbreaking 'Break Up', we're looking forward to some upbeat stuff. Here's your first listen from Glee 4x05: "The Role You Were Born to Play". Enjoy!

Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
Performed by: Alex Newell & Melissa Benoist

Everybody Talks
Performed by: Becca Tobin & Jacob Artist

Born to Hand Jive
Performed by: Amber Riley, Melissa Benoist, Blake Jenner & Jacob Artist

Jukebox Hero
Performed by: Cory Monteith & Blake Jenner

Hopelessly Devoted to You
Performed by: Darren Criss

You ready for this, Gleeks?!

Let us know what you think! Hit us up in the comments below or on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Glee's 'Glease' Songs - First Listen!

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Well, it started with a breakup, a break up, an unofficial break up and a toss up... And we've been depressed ever since. But the hiatus has almost come to a close, and from the sounds of it, we're in for some fast upbeat times at Ridgemont McKinley High. We're talking the production of "Glease: The Musical" by WMHS's very own Glee club.

From all the spoilers/articles we've read, it seems this year's musical will be one heck of a good time, AND we get to see our favorites McKinley All-Stars return from their various destinations to help out. Thank Goodness!

So, as we approach the days of the musical, here are some first listens of the songs they've released so far. Don't get your hair gel in a glob, we'll keep coming back as more songs are released :)

Grease Lightning
Performed by: Blake Jenner & Chord Overstreet

Born to Hand Jive
Performed by: Amber Riley, Melissa Benoist, Blake Jenner & Jacob Artist

Look at Me, I'm Sandra Dee
Performed by: Becca Tobin

Look at Me, I'm Sandra Dee (Reprise)
Performed by: Melissa Benoist

Hopelessly Devoted To You
Performed by: Darren Criss

Beauty School Dropout
Performed by: Darren Criss

There Are Worse Things I Could Do
Performed by: Naya Rivera, Kate Hudson & Alex Newell

You're The One That I Want
Performed by: Blake Jenner, Melissa Benoist, Lea Michele & Cory Monteith

Are you excited for the hiatus to be over?! Can you make it one more week?! Tell us your thoughts on 'Glease' in the comments below, or hit us up on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog!

-Bonnie & Whitney

Friday, October 12, 2012

A Very Happy Birthday, Telly!

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The time has finally arrived! Today is Telly Kousakis' birthday! Not only is this guy effin' hilarious, but he works pretty hard for that TV show!

So as you know, last year on Telly's birthday, we started Snickerpuller and The Veiled Fairy: Search for the Sparkle Snatcher. On Naya's birthday we released the second installment, and after months of gathering jokes, storyboarding, and drawing the comic out (on Whitney's part), we've finally got the last installment to this series.

So, if you missed the first two comics, here they are:

(Click pictures to enlarge)
(Otherwise... Part 1 & Part 2)

Now Part 3, is finally here:

(Or view Part 3 here)

To Telly and Naya, we hope you loved it. Hopefully we'll see some Snickerpuller & Veiled Fairy mini-strips in the future. 

And to everyone else, especially those who understood the jokes, we hope you loved reading as much as we loved making it! Tell us whatchya think!


-Bonnie & Whitney

Thursday, October 11, 2012

The Post Gleekret Project

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If you all remember, a few months back we worked on a project called "Post Gleekret". It was designed to allow our followers and gleeks everywhere to anonymously tell the story of how Glee changed their lives. It resulted in one of our favorite projects to date. Not only did people share their personal stories with us, but they also shared them with the world. It allowed Gleeks everywhere to feel connected with one another through their struggle, through their dreams, and through Glee.

Thank you to everyone that participated. We couldn't have done this project without each and every one of you. You're all beautiful. You're all inspirational. And you're all brave. And we love you all!

-Bonnie & Whitney

Friday, October 5, 2012

Gleecap: Glee 4x04 - 'The Break Up' Recap

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In case you missed this week's episode, which would have been silly because we all knew this was going to be the world's worst best episode filled with heartbreaking moments and showstopping scenes, or maybe that's why you didn't watch. Maybe you didn't want it to feel like your heart was getting ripped out of your chest in six different ways, then stopped on, thrown against a wall, cut in to pieces... and well, anyways.. here's what you missed:

The show opens up at McKinley with some harmless flirting between Marley and Jake. Brittany and Blaine realize that they miss this with their respective lovers.

Flip to New York, and Kurt is making some brunch for Rachel & Finn. Come to find out that Rachel and Finn barely even spoke over night.

Let's change the awkward. Turns out Finn got semi-honorably discharged from the army, and has been backpacking through Georgia for the last four months... apparently without a cell phone? #becausewerein1800 #nohewasembarrased #butstill

Now switch to Santana's bedroom. The girls are folding some laundry. Turns out that Santana likes being at Louisville so that she can come home every few weeks so that she can see Brittany every few weeks.

Kurt and Blaine keep missing some phone dates and stuff. It's been really hard for them. They all seem to be feeling a little... out of place without their significant others.

Insert the nineties classic, Barely Breathing. Probably my third favorite performance of the night.

Finn, Rachel & Kurt are getting ready to go out at "Callbacks", when [surprise!] Blaine shows up at the door with flowers for Mr. Kurt Hummel.

Queue awesome karaoke bar where the NYADA kids hang out and order Virgin Amaretto Sours.

Brody encourages Finn to sing with Rachel, but basically Finn just surrenders his role as Rachel's boyfriend to Brody, so Brochel sings Give Your Heart A Break.

Then Blaine decides that he wants to sing a song to "the Love of [his] Life". So, he sings an original: Teenage Dream. Kidding. It's not original, but what he does is original. Acoustic. Acoustic and emotional?

On the walk home, Finn accuses Rachel of being more-than-friends with Brody. She admits she kissed him, but only because he said that he was setting her free at the end of last season. He's stupid -- HIS words, not mine.

Blaine tells Kurt that he's been with someone... like WITH someone. Bla-cheater.

Queue Don't Speak. It was a little awkward. They didn't speak. They just sang. And they had this weird bedroom scene where the couples were sharing their respective beds, but clearly distant from one another. And Blaine had on really cool pajamas. #sarcasm

Since they went to bed not speaking, Finn decides it's best not to speak some more. So he sneaks out. Kurt catches him because he's waiting for Blaine to wake up. But when he asks Finn if he should tell Rachel anything, Finn says "No". I'm assuming he'll just call her from that magical cell phone from the 1800s.

Back at McKinley, Kitty asks Marley to the next "Left Behind" club, which accepts losers and lezzies, but not Muslims. So she holds a rapture.

In the words of Santana Lopez, "What the hell are you talking about Kitty?" Yep, she's talking about Armageddon, and we best get right with God, because Jesus booked himself a flight back to Earth... through Orbitz... so that He can judge the crap out of people.

Then she pulls a prank on Dottie, Tina's assistant. Everyone leaves and lays out their clothes for a fake rapture. And Dottie thinks she gets left behind. She cries about it.

Queue a second-lair of feelings: Santana wants to go home, and doesn't think the club is good for Brittany. But Brittany tells her that being left behind sucks, and Santana had left her behind. It feels like she's hypervenilating. Now I'm hyperventilating.

Finn goes back to McKinley, and Finn wants to talk to Mr. Schue, which translates into "Can I hug you and cry?" He does.

Blaine and Finn have an awkward confrontation in the choir room where Finn asks Blaine why he did that to Kurt. No one knows, but everyone's excited about Finn being back at McKinley. He helps them pick a musical: "Grease".

As we saw last week, Schue is following his dreams. He's officially on the Blue Ribbon Panel to Improve Arts Education. He wants Emma to come with her, but Emma doesn't want to go. They have a fight. And Emma tells Schue off. It was awesome.

Kurt gets make up flowers. And then he gets hit on by one of his office mates... Well maybe he was just being nice, either way I liked it.

Santana calls Brittany into the choir room and tells her that sophomore year she "counted the days she smiled at her and died on the days she didn't". Basically it was like a kick to the balls.

Then she sang Mine. They both cried. Both loved each other a lot. Then broke up? Or something? It wasn't "official" but it pretty much felt official. That WAS a kick to the balls... I don't care if you have them or not... it hurt.

[Side note: Heather Morris gets all the awards. Showstopping scene alert.]

Jake apologizes to Marley for the rapture. Then Kitty gets jealous. And gets mouthy with Marley. Then Jake breaks up with her. Aw snap!

The next showstopping scene comes from Lea Michele. She finds Finn in the auditorium. And the scene starts off sweet. But then Rachel starts going off because he wouldn't pick up his 1800s cell phone or answer texts etched in stone.

The real kicker: She thought he was a man. Then he treated her like a little girl. And she told him he was not acting like a man. She really sets him in his place.

...Then they break up. This time you're punched in the face.

Then all the couples sing The Scientist. The scene itself wasn't that emotional -- but the flashbacks were. And also the song. The song was emotional. Basically it was the icing on the cake from Hell.

And that's what you missed on Glee! It was quite sad. It made me very sad. But weirdly, enough, it was quite an impressive episode!

-Bonnie & Whitney

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Glee 4x04 "The Break Up" Songs - First Listen!

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These songs are kicking us right in the feeling-nads. I can't even deal. So much feeling, so much emotion, so many ships that are on the rocks. WHAAAT IS HAPPENING?! Not much to explain here, except for the fact that I'm so excited, so nervous, and so ready with a box a Kleenex for Thursday's episode of Glee - 4x04 "The Break Up".

Teenage Dream (Acoustic)
Performed by: Darren Criss

Don't Speak
Performed by: Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Darren Criss, & Chris Colfer

Barely Breathing
Performed by: Darren Criss & Cory Monteith

Give Your Heart a Break
Performed by: Lea Micehele & Dean Geyer

Performed by: Naya Rivera

The Scientist
Performed by: Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Naya Rivera, Heather Morris, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison & Jayma Mays

You can find me in a corner. With the lights off. Weeping... Weeping for the next 6 weeks, probably.

Let us know what you think! Hit us up in the comments below or on Twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

Peace.Love.Glee.... and Tissues.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Glee 4x04 Promo: "The Break Up"

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I'm not sure my feelings on the latest episode of Glee but I can tell you I am stoked about next week's episode. Angst, angst and more angst. Obviously it couldn't get any better. Although I am wondering where Santana is...

Let us know your thoughts on this weeks episode, or what you're thinking is in store for next week in the comments below... or hit us up on Twitter at @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Glee 4x03 "Makeover" Songs - First Listen!

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Maybe we're not settled on the day yet... It's Sunday night and we have a first look into the songs for next week.

I must say, this week probably isn't my favorite, but we dig the nod back to the old school tunes. You tell us, do you like 'em or not? Here's your first listen (Sunday?) at the newest Glee episode 4x03 "Makeover" songs:

Celebrity Skin
Performed by: Heather Morris & Chord Overstreet

The Way You Look Tonight/Never Fully Dressed
Performed by: Sarah Jessica Parker & Chris Colfer

A Change Would Do You Good
Performed by: Lea Michele & Dean Geyer

Everybody Wants to Rule the World
Performed by: Darren Criss

Mister Monotony
Performed by:

So what do you think? Leave us some comments below or let us know on twitter: @TroutyMouthBlog.

-Bonnie & Whitney

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Gleecap: Glee 4x02 - 'Britney 2.0' Recap

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Well, another week has gone by, and you missed yet another episode of Glee? Tragic. Why? Because this week was Britney 2.0. And it was 2 times more fun than the first Britney episode. And unless you're a hater, or a Christina Aguilera fan, you should never have missed an episode as epic as Glee 4x02: "Britney 2.0". But in case you did... here's a recap:

The episode opens up with an epic "Voiceover" from one Brittany S. Pierce. She's going to be senior class president fo' lyfe. Why? Because it's Brittany... bitch. (queue epic "Hold It Against Me" dance).

Sue kicks Brittany off of the Cheerios because her grades are too low. While she's trying to instill some "tough love" on our beloved Britt, "Tough love feels a lot like mean". (queue broken heart.)

Brittany and Santana are Skyping. Santana is trying to comfort her, but she's super busy. Plus she blows Britt off when she wants a Scissor Skype date later. (Queue downward spiral).

Will and Emma are concerned about Britt since she was kicked off the Cheerios, so Emma gives her a "So You Look Like Crap" brochure. So they plan to bring Brittany back with Britney 2.0. (queue "Boys/Boyfriend" mash-up... Despite Blaine's rapping, it was quite good).

Kurt and Rachel move to the ghetto for a meer $1800 a month... Yay roomies!

Turns out, Cassandra July is the biggest trainwreck in Broadway history... Kurt's words, not ours.

Marley's diggin' Jake a little bit... Wade.. or Unique -- I'm not sure who's who -- says "uh uh girl! He's a womanizer!" (queue "Womanizer).

Since Cassie said that Rachel wasn't sexy enough, she thinks that adding Brody to her dance should help with that (she's right)... and even though Cassie doesn't allow upper classman to dance in her classes, Brody agrees to do it.

Tina, Teen Jesus, and Trouty Mouth decide that they want to sing a sweet acoustic rendition of "3". I'm not sure what it has to do with the episode. But after it, Brittany tries to shave her head. The Glee Club stops her though. But it doesn't mean that word of Britt's downward spiral hasn't spread across the school. (Queue Britt beating up JBI, and awkward passerby screaming "Leave Brittany alone!!").

Marley meets up with Jake and they sing a sweet rendition of "(You Drive Me) Crazy/Crazy". It was really good. And I think that I ship Jarley hard. Really hard.

Brittany found a new best friend in KiKi - Siri's really smart cousin. The Glee Club thinks she should be the lead performer at the pep assembly. She agrees... as long as she lip syncs.

At this point, my television turned to Cinemax. Ironically, on this channel, Rachel & Brody were singing a hot rendition of "Oops!... I Did It Again". And quite possibly they may have had sex through a table... I'm not sure...

Naturally, Cassie didn't like the rendition, so Rachel called her out for her trainwreckiness, and Cassie kicked her out of class.

The jocks keep making fun of Marley's mom. Marley stands up for her, and Jake decides he wants to, too... by beating up the jocks. At that point, Schue steps in, and brings him to the choir room to meet....

Puckerman... Noah Puckermann... As in, Jake's older half brother. Puck tells him that Glee made him a man. Basically he made me... and likely Gleeks everywhere cry. And he told him, that he was indeed his brother.

Brittany takes lead, as requested, in the assembly. They sing "Gimme More". But she lip syncs. And everyone can tell because she's eating Cheetos & drinking Orange Soda the whole performance. Plus she's barely singing... it turns out to be... a trainwreck. She passes out.

Schue gets really mad that they lip synced the song. It's the biggest debacle in 58 years... even moreso than the "Tik Tok" debacle.

Rachel apologizes to Cassie. Cassie makes a point that she had one chance, and she screwed it up... Just like on Broadway. Cassie picks on her students because she wants her to be ready. But luckily, school policy allows Rachel a second chance.

Sam confronts Brittany. He knows she's hitting rock bottom. But Britt wants to make a glorious comeback. But Brittany is sad because she misses Santana... Not just because she loves her. But also because she's her best friend. (queue tears).

Brittany demands to get back on the Cheerios... as a presidential demand first. But then also, because she got a C-, and so Sue let her back on the Cheerios.

Brody comes over to Rachel & Kurt's apartment... right after Rachel puts Finn's name in a heart on their apartment wall. Brody brings an orchid. Also sweet words. Also a hot body. I'd have kissed him. Rachel didn't. But Brody wanted to. I also ship Brochel... HARD.

Little Puck decides to join Glee. He wants to hang with Marley when he does. Marley's excited about it... until she realizes that Jake is dating Kitty... ew.

Marley sings "Everytime" in glee club. Queue everyone being sad. Britt misses Santana. Marley is sad that Jake is dating Kitty. Brody wants Rachel... And basically everything is heartbreaking.

Basically this episode was probably my favorite in about... 30 episodes. AND definitely in my Top 5 of all time. Glee... you're making a comeback... A glorious comeback... Like Britney Spears. I laughed... SO MUCH.. I cried. I felt feelings for all kinds of people in this episode. Just like old times.

Can't wait for more of Season 4.

-Bonnie & Whitney