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GLEE Marriage Tease
The first episode of Glee to be aired in 2012 is going to be a strange one as it uses the strange combination of a marriage proposal and synchronized swimming. No, seriously. There will be plenty of synchronized swimming and you can get a sneak peek at this nonsense (the good kind) in the promo video for “Yes/No” embedded below. Unfortunately, the swimming doesn’t get nearly the amount of screen time I think it deserves. Instead we are subjected to the agonizing doubt and dread that comes before popping the big question.
The union of Will and Emma has been a long time coming, so how do you make something like that interesting to watch? Apparently you do so by making everything super awkward and cranked up to a level that is nearly nauseating. That’s Ryan Murphy’s charm; take something simple and make it obnoxious. And what better way then to have everyone already know and include several daydream sequences of Will and Emma in a wedding tux and dress. The best moment comes from Quinn who says, “We totally think you won’t screw it up this time.” Ha! Way to support Will, Quinn. That was classy.
Meanwhile, Sam “Trouty-mouth” Evans has joined has joined the synchronized swimming team and for some reason the Glee club decided to join as well in order to bring him back. And we only get one measly little shot of it in the video for “Yes/No”. Just one! What a rip-off. The world needs to learn to appreciate synchronized swimming!