Forget the cast of Glee. This has been a great week for Gleeks! On Monday we got to see them perform at the White House for the annual Easter Egg Roll and then today, they appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show for the entire hour! Does it get any better? If you weren't able to watch the episode, don't worry: here are the six most important things you missed.

Gleeks Heart Puck!

While every cast member received an overwhelming show of support from the Oprah audience, no one got louder cheers than Mark Salling. When Puck and Finn inevitably battle for Rachel's heart, we already know which guy fans are going to get behind.

Which Cast Member is Most Like Their Character?

If you guessed Lea Michele, you win! Though, don't think that means she's a total diva and drama queen. Lea highlighted Rachel's drive to succeed as one of her more admirable traits.

Oprah Wins, Always!

Just to show you how important an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show was to the cast of Glee, Amber Riley (Mercedes) informed the audience that they canceled a planned group vacation to Cabo San Lucas to meet with the talk show queen. Said Riley: "Oprah trumps Cabo." Uh, we're not so sure about that, Miss Amber...

Sneak Peaks!

Oprah and her cameras got a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the upcoming episode guest starring the super talented Neil Patrick Harris. Spoilerphobes stop reading now. For the rest of us, though: we find out that Kurt joins the Cheerios, NPH plays "a bit of a villain," and the cast does a group performance of the Parliament Funkadelic song, "Give Up the Funk." Also: Dianna Argon's Quinn is hella preggers!

Matthew Morrison, Dance Off!

The cast of Glee only performed one song for Oprah (Queen's "Somebody to Love"), but that doesn't mean the action stopped there. Going into a commercial break, Oprah invited Matthew Morrison (Mr. Schuester) to show off some of his moves. In turn, Matthew brought Harry Shum Jr. (Mike Chang) up on stage and challenged him to a dance-off. These two Glee dudes have got some serious moves! Matthew was break dancing and spinning around like one of Lady Gaga's backup dancers, and Harry busted out some gravity-defying craziness.

Glee Forever!

If you're worried about Glee coming to an end when the kids are forced to graduate high school, don't be. Creator Ryan Murphy told Oprah that they'll never graduate and that McKinley High has one of those "10-year" programs. Hey, whatever works! Just as long as Glee doesn't go off the air...