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'Funny Girl' Is Almost Here, But Will Rachel Berry Make It To Opening Night?

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03/20/2014 12:00 pm
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'Funny Girl' Is Almost Here, But Will Rachel Berry Make It To Opening Night?
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Tarra Matthews

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Gleeks! With episode 100 behind us, it's time to go full speed ahead in New York City. In the just released extended details for episode 15 entitled 'Bash,' it seems that everything might not be bright lights and stardom for the former members of the New Directions. If you don't want to be spoiled, stop reading now!
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First up, the ever-dramatic Rachel Berry has a tough decision ahead of her, NYADA or "Funny Girl?" Yeah that's right guys, apparently these kids still attend that school! Rachel must take a leave fr0m her Broadway life to deal with her "Midwinter Critique” for the legendary Carmen Tibideaux. We all know Rachel's history with Carmen is rocky at best, she choked her audition but NAILED her showcase piece. It looks like Rachel's Critique piece is going to be less than her best foot forward so she's going to have to decide which path to take, NYADA education or Broadway stardom.
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Samcedes are also going to have some struggles this episode. It seems their living arrangements may lead to a hook-up and questioning whether or not they should rekindle their romantic flame. One party seems willing to give it a shot while the other seems hesitant based on their blossoming career. We'll let you figure out for yourselves which one is which.
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Finally, we'll see Kurt Hummel dealing with one of a couple things that seems constant in his life, adversity. The extended summary mentions that Kurt will learn "the difference between life in high school and in the real world" while dealing with "an all-too-familiar enemy." With Mike O'Malley listed on the special guest cast listing for the episode, I bet we're in for a touching father-son scene and some amazing life advice. There you are Gleeks - are you excited for the 'Bash' episode of Glee? Glee airs Tuesday nights at 8pm EST on FOX. The 'Bash' episode will air April 8th.

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