Glee Season 4 Episode 3 “Makeover” Live Recap 9/27/12

Glee Season 4 Episode 3 “Makeover” Live Recap 9/27/12GLEE airs tonight on FOX with a whole new episode. On tonight’s episode called “Makeover”, the campaign showdown begins when Brittany and Blaine go head-to-head for Student Council President. Did you watch last week’s episode called “Britney 2.0″? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On last week’s show Gleeks and Britney fans were introduced to the second version of the last infamous Britney episode, namely “Britney 2.0.” The episode worked on certain levels, especially with the subdued Britney finale by Marley (Melissa Benoist), who did a much better version of the sentimental ballad “Everytime”.

However, the fourth season premiere issues were still prevalent and the re-introduction of old characters (Noah Puckerman) came across as naive and heavy handed. The stocky editing resulted in a half-baked episode of lackluster Britney songs and the dialogue, most specifically the breaking of the fourth wall by Brittany (Heather Morris), became stuck in literal characterization. In the world of computing, this episode might be akin to Windows Vista – bugged beyond belief and too clunky for regular users.

On tonight’s show Blaine and Sam are running together for senior class office, and Brittany is running against them. Blaine will end up giving Sam a makeover during the episode to look more candidate and serious like. Kate Hudson guest stars.

Glee is slowly coming out of the comatose state it was in during the premiere episode, but it is unfortunately still lingering in the cold recesses of stocky dialogue, weird editing and bad acting. Lets hope tonight is a better episode.

Tonight’s episode looks like it is going to be a fun episode and you won’t want to miss it, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of FOX’s “Glee” at 9 PM EST! While you wait for our recap hit the comments and let us know if you are excited to see all the changes in season 4 of Glee?


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