BY Scott Taylor, Mstarz reporter , Mstarz reporter | Apr 09, 2013 03:02 PM EDT
After a few week hiatus, FOX's hit show "Glee" finally returns this Thursday April 11 with a new episode. The last couple weeks have been filled with off camera news surrounding the cast, but "Gleeks" can finally just sit back and enjoy the on-camera drama. Not only did Heather Morris announce she was pregnant recently, but "Finn" actor Cory Monteith made headlines when it was announced he was entering rehab for substance abuse treatment. The good news is the show is back on the air with its latest episode "Shooting Star."
Show creator Ryan Murphy reportedly has been building up this week's episode as one of the most emotional episodes this season. In the teaser trailer you get a glimpse of Heather Morris' character Brittany S. Pierce asks for help from the New Directions in expressing her love to Lord Tubbington her cat. Yes, ladies and gentleman, "Glee" is back. Maybe the funniest part of the video sneak peek is learning that Lord Tubbington actually has a stand in. Since when did Lord Tubbington demand a fake cat as a stand in?
"Gleeks" will be happy to know starting this Thursday, the final five episodes of season four will be taking place every week, with no time off in between. The season 4 finale is set to air May 9.
E! Online has a few possible spoilers for "Shooting Star" this week. The website reveals at least one character will be proclaiming their love to another character. E! also reveals that someone could be walking out of McKinley High and never look back. Who do you think it will be? Finally, Sam will reportedly be making a big gesture to Brittany to show he is serious about her. Will it have anything to do with Lord Tubbington?
The song list for "Shooting Star" was also revealed. You can check it out below.
- "Say" New Directions (John Mayer)
- "More than Words" New Directions (Extreme)
- "Your Song" Ryder (Elton John)
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