Glee Songs For April 13, Season 1 Episode 14 ‘Hell-O’ (VIDEO)

Glee Songs For April 13, Season 1 Episode 14 ‘Hell-O’ (VIDEO)

On April 13, 2010, television’s best musical dramedy Glee returned to FOX with its 14th episode, “Hell-O.” The show featured five songs (four of which were performed) that featured either “Hello” or “Hell” in the title.

The actor who played Jesse St. James was Jonathan Groff. He was in the Original Broadway Cast of Spring Awakening with Lea Michele (Rachel Berry).

The coach of Vocal Adrenaline was played by the sensational Idina Menzel. She was in the Original Broadway Casts of Rent and Wicked. Because Michele looks so much like Menzel many Gleeks wanted Menzel to play Rachel Berry’s mother.

Certainly the idea was floated but what actress wants to play a mother when she can play the coach of Vocal Adrenaline and mack with Matthew Morrison?

Sadly, Menzel did not sing in the episode.

Groff however did. He performed Lionel Richie’s “Hello” with Michele and “Highway to Hell” with Vocal Adrenaline.

Land of Punt enjoyed Cory Monteith’s (Finn) version of “Hello, I Love You.” It’s a very strong cover. LOP liked the direction the show took with his character; he dedication to New Directions. Finn has never been more likable.

Another highlight of the episode was large speaking parts for Heather Morris (Brittany) and Naya Rivera (Santana). Their characters were given some much needed attention and Morris had some very funny lines. Her comedic abilities are underrated and under-used.

The ‘Hello Goodbye” number was particularly good although you can never go wrong with The Beatles.

The episode practically ignored our boy Puck and Quinn.

After the episode, FOX broadcasted a video featuring Jane Lynch as Sue Sylvester performing Madonna’s “Vogue.” The spoof/homage came out of nowhere until FOX aired a preview of next week’s episode. Then it made (some) sense; basically the “Vogue” video is nothing more than a commercial.

Nonetheless it was a little weird. We would have liked to have seen Sue Sylvester stay in her track suits.

Apart from Lynch, and the four “dancers” from New Directions, the only other Glee cast members in “Vogue” were Chris Colfer and Amber Riley.

The episode garnered 13.66 million viewers making it the most watched Glee of all-time.

“Hello, I Love You” by The Doors
“Gives You Hell” by All American Rejects
“Hello” by Lionel Richie
“Hello Again” by Neil Diamond
“Highway to Hell” by AC/DC
“Hello, Goodbye” by The Beatles


“Hello, I Love You”



“Gives You Hell”



“Hello”



“Highway to Hell”



“Hello, Goodbye”



“Vogue”

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