GLEE, DREAM ON, ARTIE DANCES VIDEOS

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Dream on Duet

Last night’s episode of GLEE, Dream On, guest starred Neil Patrick Harris as Mr. Shuester’s old nemesis, Bryan Ryan. The episode’s theme, as hinted by the title, was about dreams. Dreams desired, dreams lost, dreams transformed.

Since Fox won’t allow us to bring you videos right to our website, we do the next best thing. We recommend special musical clips, give you a link to the whole episode on Fox.com and locate the time codes inside the episode so you can find the cool scenes.

Clip #1 DREAM ON DUET

Matthew Morrison, who plays Will Shuester, sings a duet of Aerosmith’s Dream with Neil Patrick Harris (Bryan Ryan).

Once you click on the episode link below give the vid a few seconds to load, then slide the player button to the right until the time code on the right gets to 20:28. The Dream On clip is from 20:28-23:05.

Artie Dances

Clip #2 ARTIE DANCES
Artie’s (Kevin McHale) dream is to dance. He’s wheelchair-bound so that’s a big dream. Artie’s girlfriend, Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) finds research about new spinal cord injury treatments, giving Artie hope he may some day walk and dance. This inspirational clip is Artie’s fantasy of realizing his dream of dancing. The clip is 23:30-26:40.

NOTE: YOU MAY WANT TO PRINT THIS POST TO HAVE THE TIME CODES HANDY OR WRITE THEM DOWN.

GLEE DREAM ON EPISODE LINK
http://www.fox.com/watch/glee/82995028001?start=1546&stop=1681

Dream on, friends.

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