'Glee' DVDs are nice, but how about some webisodes?
Glee makes a very early leap to DVD today, cranking out its first release before it even finishes the season. The “Road to Sectionals” package has the first 13 episodes, plus special features like director commentary and audition reels, yada yada.
I have resigned myself to the fact that Glee won’t be back until April, but I need more than DVD bonus features to carry me through. What’s a Gleek gotta do to get some webisodes between now and then? (The show didn’t immediately respond to our queries about possible webisode plans.) If there were ever a show whose fans slavishly devour any molecule of Web-based fandom, it’s this — and I say this because I do it, too. (How many times can I listen to “Maybe This Time” before it just lives in my brain 24/7, a la Franny Glass? A few more times, I guess!). To paraphrase one of my favorite numbers from the season, my life sucks without this show.
I would watch raw rehearsal footage, PopWatchers. I want more about how Sue “C”s it. I badly want to see Emma organize her closet. So let ‘er rip: Are DVDs enough for you, or are you with me on Team Webisode?
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