Filled with Glee: The Unauthorized Glee Companion

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Leah Wilson
BenBella Books, 2010 - Performing Arts - 273 pages
5 Reviews
Is Sue is the true driving force behind Glee? Who is the real alpha male in New Directions? Why do we really keep coming back to Glee week after week?

From its quirky character insights to its inspirational, funny, and touching stories from fellow gleeks, Filled with Glee is the perfect companion for the fan who can’t get enough Glee.

Other standout sections include:

• A guide to putting together a glee club in your own school or community
• An index of Glee song and musical references, by episode
• Biographies of main and guest actors’ musical theater backgrounds (and where and when they’ve worked together before)
  

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Review: Filled with Glee: The Unauthorized Glee Companion

User Review  - Krista Ivy - Goodreads

it would be cool with a more updated version especially regarding the essay on the alpha male. i think it would be between blaine and sam. Read full review

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User Review  - Kimberley Burfoot - Goodreads

Mindless drivel. Can I get that hour of my life back please? Read full review

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Contents

The Nerd in All of Us
5
Musical Promiscuity
13
Music Appreciation
26
The Alpha Glee Male
27
Whos the Real LIMA Loser?
39
True Colors
54
Mercedes and Tina
57
My Life to the Tune of Glee
67
How Glee Helped Me Defy Gravity
115
At the Heart of Sue Sylvester
117
You Think This Is Hard? Try Being an Antagonist Thats Hard
129
Every Girl Needs a Kurt
136
Youre Having My Baby
137
Glees Most Versatile Character
149
Gleeful
163
Tips for Creating Your own Vocal Performance Group
165

Minorities R Us
69
Not Just a River in Egypt
81
The Twisted Love Life of Mr Schue
95
GLEE CAST BIOGRAPHIES
255
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About the author (2010)

Kevin R. Grazier, PhD, has been a research scientist at NASA, served as the science advisor for shows like Eureka and Battlestar Galactica, and lectured on astronomy, cosmology, and other out-of-this-world topics at UCLA and Santa Monica College.

Contributors to Fringe Science include: Brendan Allison, Amy Berner, Bruce Bethke, Mike Brotherton, Stephen Cass, Jacob Clifton, Jovana Grbic, Robert Jeschonek, Paul Levinson, Nick Mamatas, Amy H. Sturgis, Garth Sundem, and David Thomas

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