Glee Spoiler Roundup: Guide to Season 4, Episode 15: “Girls (and Boys) on Film”
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Glee Spoiler Roundup: Guide to Season 4, Episode 15: “Girls (and Boys) on Film”

Glee is finally coming back! After a multi-week hiatus, our favorite show is finally returning tonight, March 7... and its time for a big, movie-themed extravaganza! Season 4, Episode 15: "Girls (and Boys) On Film" will be comprised only of music from various movies.

We’ve been keeping up with all the spoilers we can find. Here’s a look at what we’ve managed to figure out so far.

- Synopsis of Glee Season 4, Episode 15: "Girls (and Boys) on Film"
Your basic summary of what to expect.

- Promo for Glee Season 4, Episode 15: In-Depth Analysis of “Girls (And Boys) On Film”
We’ve watched the promo a dozen times. Now we’re breaking it down: second by second, frame by frame, in search of clues to what will happen next.

Glee Spoiler Roundup: Guide to Season 4, Episode 15: “Girls (and Boys) on Film”
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Music

Glee Music Spoilers: Song List For Season 4, Episode 15 — Leaked
- “Come What May” from Moulin Rouge, performed by Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss)

- “Sparkling Diamonds” from Moulin Rouge, performed by the New Direction girls

- “Footloose” from Footloose, performed by Sam (Chord Overstreet) and the New Directions

- “You’re All The World to Me” from the musical Royal Wedding, performed by Will (Matthew Morrison) and Emma (Jayma Mays)

- “Shout” from Animal House, performed by the New Directions

- “In Your Eyes” from Say Anything, performed by Will and the New Directions

- “Unchained Melody” from Unchained, performed by Jake (Jacob Artist) and Ryder (Blake Jenner)

- A mashup of “Old Time Rock and Roll” from Risky Business and “Danger Zone” from Top Gun, performed by the New Direction Boys

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03.7.2013 / 07:00 PM EDT by Beth Douglass
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