Kenny Rogers featuring Jennifer Nettles. Bubbled under the Hot in Carnie and Wendy Wilson. From the album Hey Santa! An adaptation of "Jingle Bells". Straight lounge-music cover of the Dead Kennedys song with jingling bells in the background and a "Merry Christmas" shoutout at the end. From the album Home for Christmas. Not to be confused with " I'll Be Home for Christmas ". From the album Honky Tonk Christmas. From the science fiction film Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.
With the Arthur Norman choir and orchestra. Written by Arnold Sundgaard and Alec Wilder. Goulet's version reached No. Written by Greg Lake and Peter Sinfield. Written and recorded by Guryan as a demo inand also released as a single by Claudine Longet that year. Covered by Saint Etienne for a fan club single. Novelty song first released in Charted briefly on Billboard magazine's Hot Singles Sales chart in Recharted in and Written by John Rox.
Features orchestration by Norman Leyden. Released during the height of the Eddie Fisher craze. B-side to the Bon Jovi song " Keep the Faith ". Remake of the UK hit by Wizzard. Yogi Yorgesson with the Johnny Duffy Trio. Written by Yorgesson under his real name, Harry Stewart.
Charted on the Billboard Hot and Adult Contemporary charts in Les Brown 's instrumental hit version was recorded inbut didn't become a million-selling top 10 song until late and early Written by Red West. From the album A Christmas Present. Reissued as an A-side in Decemberreaching No. Written by Barry White. Also a hit for Barbra Streisand in Written by Skip Ewing.
From the album Christmas Worship. First entered the Billboard Hot chart on the week ending December 29,peaking at No. From the album Christmas with Ronnie Milsap. Later covered by Trace Adkins.
From the film Santa Claus: The Movie. Sammy Davis, Jr. Also recorded by the Jackie Gleason orchestra. From the album Barry Manilow Live. Written in by George Wyle and Edward Polaand selected as the theme song for Christmas Seals in both and First entered the Billboard Hot chart on the week ending January 7,reaching the top 10 for the first time on the week ending December 29,and peaking at No.
The most famous instrumental version is George Winston 's "Joy" from the album December. First made the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot chart on the week ending January 5,reaching a peak of No.
First entered the Billboard Christmas Singles chart on the week ending December 19,peaking at No. Instrumental composed by Bert Kaempfert and Herbert Rehbein. From the album Christmas in the Aire. First recorded by The Trinity Choir in From the album A Joyful Noise. Taken from Black's holiday album, Looking for Christmas. Craig Morgan. New lyrics set to the melody of an old German folk song. Its first appearance on any U.
First version of song to make the Billboard Hot chart, peaking at No. From the album Let It Be Christmas. Not the same song as " Let It Snow! Featuring backing vocals by the Norton Sisters. Spent six weeks at No. First entered the Billboard Hot chart on the week ending December 15,peaking at No. Spent five weeks at No. Ruby Wright. Hit various pop charts in Billboard and Music Vendor. From the album Tell Me Why.
Narrated by Brown, with female backing vocals by The Charmaines. Amos Milburn and his Aladdin Chicken-Shackers. With the Bob Crosby orchestra. From the film Holiday Inn. Single available only as a cassette. With the Gene Garf orchestra; charted for one week on the Billboard Christmas charts. With the Hank Levine orchestra. Spoken-word record featuring a little girl who narrates a letter to Santa Claus about her brother Tommy, who is killed in Vietnam.
Quite controversial at the time, the record went to No. Little is known about Becky except for the fact that she was five years old at the time of the recording; the B-side, "Go to Sleep Little Lambs" is credited to Bill Lamb, presumably Becky's father.
Covered by Nat King Cole in Written in by Katherine K. Novelty song performed with the Ray Ellis Orchestra. Featured Tiny Webb on guitar and Joe Howard on tenor sax. Charted for 2 weeks on the Christmas Singles chart, peaking at No. B-side is "Loneliest Christmas Tree". Other popular versions recorded by Brenda Lee in and Dean Martin in Chad Mitchell Trio.
Written by Tom Paxton. Kenny Rogers with Wynonna. Lyrics written in by Mark Lowry. Buddy Greene composed the music in Written by Jester Hairston. Reed, and Christine Wiltshire. Spoken-word piece, accompanied by "Auld Lang Syne". Bing Crosby with The Andrews Sisters. This Hawaiian Christmas song reached No.
Later recorded by Johnny Mathis and Bette Midler B-side of single " I Wanna Live ". Johnny Moore's Three Blazers. Brown also recorded a hit solo remake of the song in Re-charted in,and Also a hit for Vanessa L. Williams in From the album Gringo Honeymoon. A version by Montgomery Gentry also charted at No.
Hit the Top 40 Mainstream chart in Novelty song which imagined Howard Cosell as Santa Claus. Max Headroom. Covered by Margo Sylvia in Two versions of the song. The other is a satire of spending time with the family. Camp Jam Allstars. Bobby Boris Pickett and the Crypt-Kickers. Similar to Pickett's No. Song debuted in the South Park episode of the same name, has appeared in several others since. Written by Hal Moore and Bill Fredricks. First recorded by Mitch Miller and the Gang in Also covered by Bob Dylan in Includes elements of " The First Noel ".
Written by Tony Romeo. Originally written for the Broadway musical The Sound of Music. First released in ; charted for one week on the Billboard Christmas charts in First released on Briar Records in Re-issue on Kapp Records peaked at No. Alabama with Gretchen Peters. Nicholas " with musical background orchestrated by Victor Salon.
Originally released in Covered by Amy Grant in Nicholas " featuring a melody written by Johnny Marks and orchestration by Carl Cotner. Featuring orchestra and chorus conducted by Lew Douglas. Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops. Also a hit for the Berlin Symphony Orchestra and many others around the world. Introduced in a stylized jazz-big band version by Les Brown in the album Concert Modern. Latter's version retitled "A Mad Russian's Christmas".
Eartha Kitt released a version in with different lyrics titled "Nothin' for Christmas" with the same writer credits. Also covered by the rock group Smash Mouth. Same melody as "Bagpiper's Carol" by The Mariners. Performed in the style of their hit " We're Not Gonna Take It ", while staying faithful to the carol's original words and melody.
First appearance on a popular Christmas album was in by Fred Waring. On her album, " The Joyful Season ", it features Stafford accompanying herself as a vocal choir through the use of multitrack recording.
Also charted on Billboard 's Hot Singles Sales chart in, andpeaking at No. The classic Franz Gruber carol sung in Gaelic. Later released as the main track on a three-song EP inwhich was also the best-selling Christmas single in the U. From the album Twelve Songs of Christmas. Reached the Music Vendor Christmas chart the same year.
Instrumental track that peaked at No. The Vincent Lopez Orchestra version peaked at No. Originally performed on September 11, for Crosby's final holiday television special, Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmasand first released as a single in A recording by the Eagles reached No.
Recorded for Denver's Farewell Andromeda album; on original LP and single releases the song's title was displayed as simply "Please, Daddy". Re-recorded for Denver's Rocky Mountain Christmas album in The song has been covered by other artists, such as Alan Jackson and The Decemberists Bill Anderson and The Po' Boys. Also charted on Billboard 's Christmas Singles chart, peaking at No. The original recording by Orbison was arranged by Bill Justiswith orchestra and chorus conducted by Ivor Raymonde.
Single available only as a bonus CD with the purchase of Rimes's studio album Blue at Target stores during the holiday season. Parody of the traditional English song " Twelve Days of Christmas ". From the album Songs from the Wood. Written by Marvin Fisher and Gus Levene. Also recorded by Lawrence Welk and Fred Waring Written by Johnny Marks. First entered the Billboard Hot singles chart at No. The single re-entered the Hot chart eight times in,,andeventually peaking at No.
Spent eight weeks at No. Autry recorded an updated version of the song in that featured orchestration by Carl Cotner, which peaked at No. First entered the Billboard Hot singles chart on the week ending December 15,originally peaking at No. Spoken comedy record. Re-charted on the Hot Country Singles and Hot charts in Written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.
A version by Dwight Yoakam peaked at No. George Hall and the Hotel Taft Orchestra. Written in by Haven Gillespie and J. Bass boost makes a big difference.
To Becky's dismay, when the third season commences she is not the sole captain, but is made co-captain with Santana. She also assists Sue with her Congressional campaign, though Sue loses the race.
She asks him out on a date, and while they do have a good time, he balks at a more serious relationship, to her great disappointment. Sue comforts her afterward.
She wins a game of strip poker with Puck after the others go to the prom after all, and he crowns the two of them the anti-prom king and queen. They then go to the real prom, and she helps him spike Sue's punch bowl. In " Feud ", Sue names her Cheerios co-captain again, along with the newly recruited Blaine Anderson. Sue takes the blame for having the gun, which she gets rid of, and is fired by Principal Figgins.
She returns in the final season during homecoming, and in the series finaleshe become the head of the secret service for the vice president Sue. Potter is a member of the Down's Syndrome Association of Los Angeles, and was contacted Album) auditioning through the association's in-house talent agency, Hearts and Hands.
Fourteen actresses auditioned for the role, which Potter deemed "a great experience" to perform. He is a member of the hockey team who slushies Finn,  but by " Theatricality " he's on the football team with his friend and fellow bully Azimio James Earl ;  they regularly target members of New Directions.
He is expelled for his death threat, but allowed to return by the school board as no physical violence was witnessed—and Kurt had not revealed the kiss. In the episode " Born This Way ", after being blackmailed by Santana, he issues an apology to Kurt at a group meeting involving their fathers, Principal Figgins and Will. In " Prom Queen ", when Karofsky wins prom king and Kurt, shockingly, wins prom queen, the two walk onto the floor for the traditional king and queen dance, but Karofsky is unable to come out as Kurt suggests, and leaves.
He next appears in the third-season episode " The First Time ". He has transferred to another high school from McKinley for his senior year; he sees Kurt in a gay bar, and tells Kurt he has become a regular there and feels accepted. He is later outed at his new school and bullied so mercilessly that he attempts Album) commit suicide but is saved by his father; Kurt visits him in the hospital and they agree to become friends.
Adler had previously questioned his character's motivations, but was surprised by the scene in which Karofsky kisses Kurt. But I also love Max and I love that character and I sorta want that character to have a happy ending. The two of them are shown to be incredibly close and are referred to by Kitty Wilde as the "creepy incest twins". She and her brother successfully audition for the New Directions and become the third and fourth members of the newly reformed club.
He and his sister successfully audition for the New Directions and become the third and fourth members of the newly reformed club. Later, during " Jagged Little Tapestry " he performs a duet with Jane, though it is negatively received by Kurt, which inspires the two to do better.
Myron Muskovitz J. Totah is the nephew of School Superintendent Bob Harris Christopher Cousins who was first introduced in " Child Star ", when he has New Directions serve as his opening act at his bar mitzvah. He describes himself as a "post-modern gay teen. Spencer eventually joins the New Directions and competes with them at Sectionals, and later at Regionals and Nationals, where they win.
In voiceover, Roderick talks about how he is a transfer student and that music is his only friend and it wouldn't hurt to make some real friends, just as someone places a "wide load" sticker on his back.
It is later revealed he is the voice Rachel heard singing, and later becomes the first official member of the newly reformed New Directions after a successful audition of " Mustang Sally.
Matt Rutherford Dijon Talton is a football player who joins New Directions in the fourth episode, "Preggers",  and appears for the remainder of the first season of Glee.
He does not return in the second season; Will says that he transferred to another school. Talton explained that Finn joining the glee club made it more acceptable for Matt to be honest with himself about what he wanted to do, and that he is becoming more comfortable being in the glee club, "what it stands for, how it makes him feel". I wanted Matt to be fun and just enjoy the moment [ At the end of the day the only thing that matters is if you're happy and if your own judgment for yourself is a good one.
That's what I wanted to bring to Matt. During the first season, Kurt tells his father that Lauren's parents had to sue the school district to get Lauren a spot on the wrestling team.
Lauren has an acerbic personality and is admired by Puck for being "a bigger bad-ass" than he is. She is overweight and has a love of candy, specifically Cadbury Creme Eggs. Lauren has occasionally been seen dressing in the Goth style and is a fan of the Twilight book series. She is seen in the episode " The Substitute ", in which she is taken advantage of by Sue Sylvester to spread a disease, which Sue calls "loud bisexual primate flu ", to a number of students and faculty, namely Will Schuester and Principal Figgins.
She joins New Directions in the episode " Special Education ", enabling the club to meet the member quota for sectionals. She campaigns with Puck for prom king and queen, though they both lose, and the two are still a couple at the end of the second season. However, after the glee club finishes twelfth at Nationals, Lauren concludes that being in New Directions is hurting her credibility, so she quits the group and breaks up with Puck at the start of the new school year. She returns in the fourth season's " Sadie Hawkins " as a member of Tina's "too young to be bitter" group, but regains her confidence, dances with Joe Hart, and announces that she's applied to go to Harvard on a wrestling scholarship.
Sandy Ryerson is said to have behaved sexually inappropriately towards him, leading to Sandy's dismissal and a restructuring of the glee club. For unknown reasons, Hank does not audition to re-join the club, unlike Rachel, who does. In the season one episode "Ballad", Sarah Drew makes a guest appearance as Suzy Pepper,  a senior with "an insane, absurd, psychotic crush on Mr.
While this student ensemble was introduced in the pilot episode, with numerous appearances throughout the series, none of these instrumentalists were given character names. The only instrumentalist to receive an acting credit is Scott Henson as "Scott T. Henson, guitarist" for having a line of dialogue in " A Very Glee Christmas ". Regular members of the group include a drummer played by John Lock   and a bassist played by Scott Henson later a member of the real band Nightmare and the Cat both introduced in the pilot; a guitarist played by Spencer Conley in the first two seasons,  first seen in " Throwdown "; a guitarist played by Derik Nelson in seasons three to five,  replacing Conley in season three opener " The Purple Piano Project "; and a keyboardist played by Mark Nilan Jr.
Lock and Henson temporarily abandoned their instruments to sing and dance with New Directions for Sectionals competition in the episode " Hold On to Sixteen ". Other student instrumentalists regularly accompany New Directions, alone or with the Jazz Ensemble, including string and horn players, additional guitarists, keyboard players and percussionists, and a harpist. Lillian Adler Jane Galloway Heitz was the glee club director until when she died of unknown causes. She was the director of glee club when Will Schuester was a member.
Adler first appears in the uncut version of the premiere episode, " Pilot ", and her memorial plaque serves as inspiration for Will to take over as glee club director. Her plaque was viewed during the course of the series by Will and other glee club members as a further source of inspiration. The plaque resided in the choir room until the episode " ", when it was moved to the auditorium.
Adler's final appearance is seen in a flashback by Will to the pilot episode in the series finale " Dreams Come True ". The last scene of the series showed Adler's plaque alongside a plaque of the rededication to the auditorium and a memorial plaque for Finn Hudson. Fans had lobbied for Menzel to be cast as Rachel's biological mother, due to the strong resemblance between Menzel and Michele. She had signed a contract that stated that she could not seek out her daughter until she was eighteen.
She leaves Vocal Adrenaline before the beginning of the next school year. Shelby returns in the second episode of season three, " I Am Unicorn ", having been recruited to lead a second glee club at McKinley High by Sugar Motta's father when Sugar is refused entry into New Directions. Shelby offers to include both Quinn and Puck in Beth's life.
Puck falls in love with her, but Shelby tells him in " Mash Off " that the kiss was a mistake. She resigns in the following episode, however, and he is reinstated. Near the end of the season, he hires the glee club to perform at the school's junior prom. In the fifth season, Sue takes over the role of Principal and makes Figgins the school janitor. Although Figgins was initially conceived as WhitePakistani American actor Theba was cast in the role.
He finds Figgins a challenging character to play, as it entails finding "the right mix of someone who is an authority figure but who is also very insecure about his own strengths as a person.
Her first appearance was in the second-season episode " The Substitute ", when she temporarily takes over as the director of the glee club while Will Schuester is out sick.
Paltrow's Glee appearance marked her first ever scripted-series guest performance. In that same episode she also begins a romantic relationship with Will. Holly's third and final appearance that season is in the episode " A Night of Neglect ", in which she breaks off her relationship with Will because she knows he is in love with Emma.
Murphy stated at PaleyFest in March that Paltrow as Holly would be returning in season three for a series of guest appearances, but she has not appeared on Glee in the two years since that announcement. Although he claims to have a girlfriend, Rachel refers to him as a " closet case ", and he is fired for his inappropriate sexual behavior towards a male student.
Following his firing, he becomes a drug dealer, reselling medical marijuana. While Groban does attend, he does so only to serve Sandy with a restraining order for constantly sending him inappropriate photos and messages over the internet.
The casting notice for the role of Sandy read, in part, "He's gay, but covers it With a pastel sweater thrown over his shoulders, Sandy is the former Glee Club teacher, who is given the axe after an episode of inappropriate touching. The second-season episode " A Night of Neglect " confirmed this, with Sandy characterizing himself Root - Gee Brown & The Brunettes - The Dropout Party (CD a "predatory gay". In that episode, he joins Sue Sylvester's "League of Doom", using the codename "The Pink Dagger",  but ends up donating money to support the school's academic decathlon team, spoiling Sue's plans.
Ken Tanaka Patrick Gallagher was the head coach of the football team and was previously engaged to Emma. Gallagher has stated: "I think you understand where Ken comes from as they go on. You understand where the bitterness comes from, and people may start to like him a little. Ken will keep going [after Emma]. Ken will go after what he wants. The one thing Ken won't do is give up. I realized I was going for what I like to think as an older version of me from years ago.
I think Ken is not happy with where he is in life. I think he's still got a good heart, but there's this insecurity and bitterness piled on top of it. I think love is in Ken's head, and love for me is kind of an idealistic concept. But one thing I really respect about him is that he goes after something: He just doggedly pursues Emma.
I wish I was more like that. In some ways, he's a little bit braver than I am. I mean—look at what he wears. That takes guts. He did not return for the second season; the new football coach, Shannon Beiste, is played by Dot-Marie Jones. He is briefly seen in the season four episode " Shooting Star " as a potential match for Coach Beiste on an online dating site. It is here revealed that he is currently living in Medford, Oregon. Roz manages to convince Principal Figgins to appoint her as cheerleading co-coach, which outrages Sue who doesn't want to share power, though the two team up to teach the glee club girls that spousal abuse is nothing to joke about.
Sue makes a deal with Figgins: if she helps the glee club win the Nationals competition, she will regain full control of the Cheerios. The club wins Nationals, and Sue is triumphant. Roz returns late in the fourth season to take over the Cheerios after Sue is fired, and is still coach early in the fifth season after Sue returns as school principal. The role of Roz was created by Ryan Murphy, who noted that Leakes herself was part of the inspiration for the character, from her appearances on The Celebrity Apprentice and The Real Housewives of Atlantaand only afterward did he realize he could offer the role to Leakes herself.
Ian Brennan writes most of Roz's dialogue, much as he write most of Sue's. Pierre, "a retired wood shop teacher with an excellent singing voice". Hagberg, who appears in " Prom Queen " teaching home economics, in " I Am Unicorn " teaching geography, in " I Kissed a Girl " teaching math, and retires from her tenured position as a history teacher in " The Spanish Teacher ", though she returns for an end-of-the-year ceremony in " Nationals ". Rachel invites her to join the glee club after seeing Sunshine sing along to New Directions' version of " Empire State of Mind ", mistakenly thinking that Sunshine idolized her, but when the two sing " Telephone ", Rachel feels threatened by Sunshine's singing prowess and tricks her into going to a crack house instead of the auditions.
Rachel is found out, and Sunshine eventually does audition, amazing the club with " Listen ". Though she is immediately accepted into the club, Sue Sylvester contacts Dustin Goolsby, the new director of rival glee club Vocal Adrenaline, who secures permanent U. Sunshine confesses that she would have loved to be in New Directions, but she felt that Rachel would have made her stay a "living hell".
In that episode, Sunshine hears of New Direction's fundraising benefit for the McKinley team's finals expenses and volunteers to perform, promising to ask her Twitter followers to attend.
They accept her offer after she sings " All By Myself ", but Dustin Goolsby pulls her out of the fundraiser and her fans do not come. Sunshine reappears in the season two finale " New York " for the National show choir competition. Sunshine tells Rachel that she has come to hate being in Vocal Adrenaline, and desperately wants to leave on the day of competition.
Rachel encourages her to perform and apologizes for what she did to her at the beginning of the year. Sunshine sings the original song "As Long As You're There", and her group finishes in second place, while New Directions places twelfth. Dustin Goolsby Cheyenne Jackson is the director of rival glee club Vocal Adrenaline who replaces Shelby Corcoran Idina Menzel when she leaves the post after leading the team to four national championships in a row.
Murphy described Dustin as "a complete villain", stating that he will "become very intertwined in Will's life". He returns in " A Night of Neglect ", joining Sue's "League of Doom" to help her sabotage the McKinley glee club, and returns again at the National show choir competition in the season two finale, " New York ", where Vocal Adrenaline comes in second—as is subsequently revealed in the third-season episode " I Am Unicorn "—and Goolsby is fired as director for failing to win a fifth national crown.
Jackson was originally considered for the role of Will,  and in was initially cast in the Glee episode " Acafellas " as Vocal Adrenaline choreographer Dakota Stanley, but he was unable to perform due to illness. She has been working in show business since before birth—an ultrasound of her was featured in an episode of Murder, She Wroteand she later appeared in commercials for Gerber baby food. Harmony is portrayed by The Glee Project runner-up Pearce,  and her debut was met with critical acclaim.
Club wrote that hers might be "the best new character ever",  and TVLine 's Michael Slezak felt that Harmony was "brilliantly bought to life" by Pearce. She and rival glee club director Dalton Rumba give Principal Figgins proof that Sue helped them cheat, leading to Sue's suspension. I'm the teacher of a reform school.
I'm used to being very strict. When the first pilot episode came out, I figured it was something different and something we haven't seen on TV before. I didn't want to turn it down! Kennedy for the Los Angeles Times was impressed by Eve's acting and "on-screen charm", and felt that she worked nicely in the "Hairography" episode. Sebastian Smythe Grant Gustin is a student at Dalton Academy who transfers into the school in the show's third season.
When Blaine Anderson comes to Dalton to invite his Warbler friends to see a musical he's starring in at McKinley, Sebastian is attracted to him and propositions him. However, Blaine is happy with his current boyfriend, Kurt Hummeland turns him down. Sebastian becomes captain of the Warblers, and in " Michael ", he spikes the New Directions plan to do Michael Jackson songs at Regionals by adding Jackson's music to the Warblers setlist. When the McKinley glee club challenges the Warblers for the right to use Jackson, Sebastian throws a slushie spiked with rock salt intended for Kurt that injures Blaine — damaging his cornea and requiring surgery to repair.
Santana gets him to privately admit his perfidy, but unknown to Sebastian his admission was taped and the other Warblers are made aware of his actions. Sebastian had cruelly rebuffed Karofsky at a gay bar and blames himself. The Warblers lose to New Directions at Regionals. He is a part of the effort to persuade Blaine to rejoin the Warblers. It seems that he is the Warblers' captain again when he is the one to announce that they agree to do so.
When Gustin made his first appearance, it was reported he was playing a new "major" recurring character,  a "gay Dalton Academy Warbler who sets his sights on Blaine". Jesse St. James Jonathan Groff is the male lead of Vocal Adrenaline and one of the main antagonists of the first season. Once the truth about Shelby is revealed, however, Jesse transfers back.
He ends his relationship with Rachel by egging her in the McKinley High parking lot along with his fellow members of Vocal Adrenaline, humiliating her.
In the episode " Prom Queen ", he returns, after having flunked out of college, in an attempt to befriend Rachel again, claiming that his biggest regret was choosing Vocal Adrenaline over love. He joins Rachel, Sam and Mercedes, who have teamed up to go do "prom on a budget", at the McKinley junior prom; however, after getting into a fight with a jealous Finn, he's kicked out of prom. He sets up a consulting business to help show choirs with their performances; his first client is New Directions.
His resumed relationship with Rachel ultimately fails when Finn suddenly kisses her in the middle of a Nationals performance and Rachel chooses to get back together with him.
Jesse returns in the latter part of the third season as the new coach of Vocal Adrenaline, replacing the fired Dustin Goolsby. He also somewhat mockingly congratulates Finn on being engaged to Rachel. Later, after sadly watching Rachel perform at Nationals and implying he still has feelings for herJesse talks to Carmen Tibideaux Whoopi Goldberg and tells her Rachel's the most talented person he knows. In a controversial essay for Newsweekcritic Ramin Setoodeh wrote that Groff, who is openly gay, was unconvincing as the straight Jesse "he seems more like your average theatre queen; a better romantic match for Kurt than Rachel".
He convinces Rachel to join him in the new Broadway show. Whit Hertford appears as Dakota Stanley, a glee club choreographer who worked for Vocal Adrenaline early in season one, and was briefly hired by New Directions. Hunter Clarington Nolan Gerard Funk is introduced in the fourth season's seventh episode as the new captain of the Warblers. Hunter is a new Dalton transfer student, recruited from a Regionals-winning military academy. She influences many of Terri's decisions during her hysterical-turned-fake pregnancy by assisting Terri in her schemes, and predicting disaster whenever Terri contemplates confessing the truth to Will.
In the episode " Throwdown ", Kendra and Terri bully their obstetrician, Dr. Wu Kenneth Choiinto faking an ultrasound to convince Will the baby is real.
Entertainment Weekly ' s Wendy Mitchell deemed Kendra "hilarious" and wished to see more of her,  while her colleague at the magazine, Ken Tucker, described Kendra as "a garish cartoon who exists only to further the pregnancy plotting".
He dislikes Emma and Will spending time alone together, aware that Will has feelings for her. However, after Emma naively advocates abstinence to the glee club with a performance of "Afternoon Delight", a song actually about the joys of sex, Carl requests a private couples counseling session with Holly Holliday, the acting sexual education teacher, as his and Emma's marriage hadn't been consummated after four months.
Holly forces Emma to admit she is still attracted to Will, leading to Carl walking out and filing for annulment. When Finn was young, she had a relationship with a lawn-care worker who left her for a younger woman. He commented that in the pilot episode, Carole was "just the slightly pathetic figure we saw pining after the lawn-care guy", Root - Gee Brown & The Brunettes - The Dropout Party (CD her reaction to Quinn's pregnancy was "a brilliant bit of characterization through small moments", an example of how Glee was "becoming very good at showing how life happens in small exchanges in people's laundry rooms and finished basements".
She is made fun of by students and the glee club members initially for her weight, but when they discover she is Marley's mom they stand up for her. She makes all of Marley's clothes and is particularly fond of Marley's boyfriend Jake Puckerman and the rest of New Directions, Root - Gee Brown & The Brunettes - The Dropout Party (CD.
In the episode " Glee, Actually " Sue breaks into her house and stocks it with presents and money. Millie tries to give it back, but Sue refuses to take it, so she brings Sue to the auditorium where the New Directions perform " Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas " for her. Jean, who has Down syndromelives in an assisted living facility, and is the only character Sue consistently treats with care and compassion.
Sue reveals that, as a child, people laughed at and were mean to Jean, and Sue prayed for it to stop, but it didn't; this is why Sue believes there is no God. Jean dies near the end of the second season, in the episode " Funeral ". First season guest stars include Victor Garber and Debra Monk as Will's parents,  and Gina Hecht plays Puck's mother in the eighth episode, and is seen again in the third-season finale and the fourth season's holiday episode.
Gregg Henry and Charlotte Ross play Quinn's parents Russell and Judy Fabray in the tenth episode; Ross makes additional appearances in each of the first three seasons. Keong Sim appear as recurring characters starting in the season's third episode. Rod Remington Bill A. Jones is a television news anchor on the newscast where Sue Sylvester has an opinion segment "Sue's Corner". Rod and Sue had a brief relationship shortly after his wife drowned that began and ended in the episode "Mash-up"; she caught him making out with his co-anchor, Andrea Carmichael Earlene Davis.
Rod and Andrea later marry and announce it during a newscast in the episode " Furt ", humiliating Sue. As a local celebrity, Rod has been tapped to judge show choir competitions—he has appeared as a judge for four of those that New Directions has competed in: the first and sixth season's Sectionals competitions, and the Regionals competitions for the first two seasons.
April Rhodes Kristin Chenoweth is a former member of the glee club who never finished high school and ended up hitting rock bottom,  as well as Will's high school crush, who never acknowledged his existence. She briefly rejoins the glee club as an adult, during a period in which Rachel had left the club and it was in need of a female lead.
During her revisit to the school, she gives muscle magazines and alcohol to Kurt, she teaches Mercedes and Tina how to shoplift, and has a brief romance with Puck. April then decides to buy the glee club their auditorium back, now called The April Rhodes Civic Pavilion, and return to Broadway to back an all-white version of The Wiz.
The show flops, and she returns in the season 2 episode "Rumours" to get Will's help with her new one-woman show, CrossRhodes. If it means hearing Chenoweth sing, we can put up with any explanation the show cares to offer. Bryan appears in " Dream On " as a school board member, out to cut district arts programs and the McKinley High glee club in particular as revenge for the latter giving him false hope back when he was its lead singer.
Guest stars have included Josh Groban and Olivia Newton-Johnwho appeared as themselves both separately and acting as judges at the first-season show choir regionals competition. Wu, Terri's obstetrician. She quits as co-anchor midway through the fourth season, but is seen again as a co-anchor in the following season.
Shane, a psychiatrist Album) Emma Pillsbury. Sarah Jessica Parker is introduced in the third episode of the fourth season, " Makeover " as Isabelle Wright, who is Kurt's mentor at Vogue. She appears in several episodes during the season. British actor Oliver Kieran Jones first appears in the fourth-season episode " Sadie Hawkins " in a recurring role as Adam Crawford,  a NYADA senior and the leader of the school's glee club: Adam's Apples, which Kurt looks into joining when he starts classes at the school for the spring semester.
Kurt and Adam subsequently begin seeing each other, though the relationship doesn't become serious. Another employee is Dani, played by Demi Lovatoa "struggling artist" who becomes Santana's romantic interest, and who debuted in the season's second episode, " Tina in the Sky with Diamonds ". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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