Alright folks! We have a few days left until Glee returns! So we here at PopWrapped figured that you should know ABSOLUTELY everything WE know about the next couple episodes of Glee: “Shooting Star” (4x18), “Sweet Dreams” (4x19), “Lights Out” (4x20) and “Wonder-ful” (4x21).
Summary: As New Directions prepare for Regionals, a few of the gleeks are distracted by Astronomy Club President Brittany’s prediction that a meteor (or perhaps it’s a comet, or maybe an asteroid) will strike Lima. For their weekly assignment, Will gives the kids the theme “Last Chance” in the hopes their fear of the impending (albeit improbable) disaster will inspire them to live each day as if it could be their last. While Will’s lesson plan has the residual effect of prompting a heartfelt and unexpected confession from Coach Beiste, its premise suddenly takes on new meaning when the school is immersed in a terrifyingly real event. Meanwhile, when Ryder discovers, much to his delight, that Katie – the girl he’s been communicating with strictly via text message – is a student at McKinley, he decides to initiate the next step in their relationship.
This is a McKinley only episode. This is going to be an emotionally powerful episode.
Yes it will be a real gunshot. This will not be a joke nor will it be treated like a joke. We will not see the gun. Only hear the gunshot. This is also not a school shooting.
We will possibly see who the shooter is.
The shift in tone takes place about 2/3 of the way through the episode.
No one is going to get hurt.
Some of the faculty members are going to be affected by the shooting more than others.
Principal Figgins will be in this episode.
Millie Rose will be in this episode.
Becky Jackson will be in this episode. She will begin a storyline about what she wants to do post-high school and try to figure out how to live in a world that might not understand or accept her.
Coach Beiste is back in this episode. She will take the theme of “Last Chances” to heart and profess her feelings for someone who played a big role in her romantic life while having a Lady and the Tramp themed dinner. This person will be Will.
Ryder is going to be Catfished. “Katie” is a student at McKinley. His storyline may end in a cliffhanger.
Sue covers a secret for someone and it jeopardizes her job at McKinley
There will be a Blaine and Tina scene about the incident. There will also be a Blaine and Sam scene. Blaine will record a message to his parents.
Brittany wants to tell Lord Tubbington that she loves him through song. Lord Tubbington will also come between Sam and Brittany in some way. Sam wants to show Brittany that he’s serious about her.
Someone who appeared in “Bad Reputation” (season one episode seventeen) will be back as a potential love interest for someone. Sources speculate that this may be Coach Ken Tanaka.
A couple will get back together. Two pairs will say “I love you”.
One long time Glee cast member will leave the halls of McKinley forever.
We learn the names of the teams competing at Regionals. Puns will be involved with the names.
Lord Tubbington has a Twitter account that he uses to insult Sam.
Kitty will confess something to Marley and the two will bond.
Ryder and Jake will bond over the shooting and the Catfishing.
Artie will shoot his most poignant piece yet.
Where The Students Will Be During the Shooting (Supposedly):
Brittany-standing on the toilet in the bathroom crying. Will finds her.
Tina-outside of the school during the event and running late for glee club.
Everyone else is in the choir room, including Beiste.
There will be a shocking twist and a cliffhanger. One of these may have an impact on season five.
Songs: “Your Song” by Elton John sung by Ryder Lynn
“More Than Words” by Extreme sung by Brittany Pierce and Sam Evans with New Directions
“Say” by John Mayer sung by New Directions
Ryder will dedicate his song to Katie.
“More Than Words” is dedicated to Lord Tubbington.
Summary: When the New Directions find out this year’s Regional’s theme is “Dreams,” everyone has their own opinion as to what they should sing. Meanwhile, the day has finally come for Rachel to audition for the Broadway revival of “Funny Girl”.
Coach Roz will be back in this episode. She will also try to overtake the Cheerios from Sue (again).
Shelby Corcoran will be back in this episode. She is going to help Rachel prepare for her “Funny Girl” audition.
We will see a five-year-old Rachel in this episode.
Finn’s roommate in college will be Puck.
We will find out the nature of Puck and Kitty’s relationship and where Puck has been living.
Mercedes will back in this episode.
Becky will also be in this episode.
Marley is going to write an original song in this episode for Regionals.
Songs: “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey sung by Rachel Berry with the Original Six Members of New Directions
“You Have More Friends Than You Know” by Mervyn Warren sung by Marley Rose, Blaine Anderson, Unique Adams and Sam Evans
“Fight For Your Right (To Party)” by The Beastie Boys sung by Noah Puckerman and Finn Hudson
“Next to Me” by Emeli Sande sung by Rachel Berry and Shelby Corcoran
“Outcast” sung by Marley Rose, Ryder Lynn, Jake Puckerman, Kitty Wilde and Unique Adams
“Harlem Shake” will also be performed at some point during the episode.
Summary: When the power goes out at McKinley High, Will and Finn enlist the members of New Directions to “unplug” and perform acoustic numbers. Meanwhile, Isabelle Wright (guest star Parker) asks Kurt to volunteer at the Vogue.com charity event, with Rachel and Santana in tow.
Isabelle Wright is back in this episode.
Coach Roz will be in this episode.
Becky will be in this episode.
This is Finn’s last episode due to Cory Monteith entering rehab.
Finn and Will seem to have reconciled in this episode.
Santana will “find herself” in this episode.
There will be little Santana, Kurt and Rachel in this episode.
Songs: “At the Ballet” from A Chorus Line sung by Rachel Berry, Isabelle Wright, Santana Lopez and Kurt Hummel
“Everybody Hurts” by R.E.M. sung by Ryder Lynn
“For the Longest Time” by Billy Joel sung by New Directions
“Little Girls” from Annie sung by Sue Sylvester
“You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’” by The Righteous Brothers sung by Ryder Lynn and Sam Evans
“We Will Rock You” by Queen sung by New Directions with Will Schuester and Finn Hudson
This is the Stevie Wonder tribute episode.
Cassandra July will be back in this episode.
Katey Sagal will play Artie’s mother, Nancy Abrams, in this episode.
Jessica Sanchez’s character, “a legendary diva”, will make her debut in this episode.
Burt Hummel and Carole Hudson-Hummel will be back in this episode.
A very shady and important British producer named Martin will be introduced, according to sources.
Mercedes and Mike will return to help New Directions prepare for Regionals.
Kurt will come back to Ohio for an important medical appointment for Burt. Blaine and Burt will have a scene together. Kurt and Blaine will have at least one scene together.
Songs: All songs in this episode are by Stevie Wonder.
“Signed, Sealed and Delivered I’m Yours” sung by Kitty Wilde
“You Are the Sunshine of My Life” sung by Kurt Hummel
“Higher Ground” sung by Mercedes Jones
“For Once in My Life” sung by Artie Abrams
"Superstitious" sung by Mercedes, Blaine and Marley (This originally was going to be a Blaine and Mercedes duet but was changed into a group number.)
There will be solos from Jake Puckerman and Cassandra July. There will be a duet from Mercedes Jones and Blaine Anderson.
This is the first time that Rachel doesn’t sing in a tribute episode.
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