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Glee Review: What Did You Think of Grease — Season 4, Episode 6: “Glease”?

That’s a wrap on Glee’s Grease. What did you think: Was it The One That You Want? And more importantly, are you ever going to be able to get Finchel and Rydley's version of the tune out of your head? Because we’re not sure we will.

Season 4, Episode 6: “Glease” was full of drama, backstabbing, and all the cutthroat goodness you’d expect from the competitive world of musical theater. Still outraged over not getting the starring role of Sandy in McKinley’s production, Kitty (Becca Tobin) took things into her own hands and decided to do everything in her power to make Marley (Melissa Benoist) quit the show.

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Yet when the curtain opened, Marley and Ryder (Blake Jenner) still had their leading roles, much to the dismay of both Kitty and Jake (Jacob Artist). Rachel (Lea Michele) came back to McKinley to watch the performance, but not before she experienced some pretty interesting developments with Brody (Dean Geyer) and her dance teacher, Cassandra (Kate Hudson).

We loved hearing the McKinley guys team up for “Greased Lightning,” but we have to admit that we sort of loved Blaine’s (Darren Criss) “Beauty School Dropout” most of all.

You’ve seen the show, now we want to know what you think! Did Glee’s Grease tribute live up to your every expectation, or did some things just not end up the way you might have hoped? Head below and sound off.

It wasn't one of my favorites.

I loved this episode so much!

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11.16.2012 / 08:30 AM EDT by Beth Douglass
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