But Jane's "Tightrope" is pretty damn delightful, especially with the novelty of seeing the Warblers back a woman for the very first time, and Roderick's "Mustang Sally" is a kind of funky, soulful crooning new to .
And the second episode's final moments, where the new kids and the alumni frolic around the football field singing "Home," are legitimately touching, although that might just be the camaraderie and hand-holding and actual fireworks.
Look, I know that at this point, having written about the show for three seasons and having fallen in and out of love with it over and over, I'm pretty much the girl who cried wolf when it comes to announcing that is BACK.
But trust me when I say that last night's episode was funny, smart, extremely meta, and genuinely touching at times (if unfortunately preoccupied with fat-shaming jokes).
Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing died at her London home on November 17, her publisher said.
The British author was best known for "The Golden Notebook," which is considered by many critics to be one of the most important feminist novels ever written.
Even with the return of almost every original New Directions member, the second episode drags a bit more than the first, in part because it's focused on a wave of new kids.