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Matthew Broderick to Guest Star on Modern Family, SJP on Glee

Matthew BroderickMatthew Broderick will guest star on Modern Family.

The Tony Award-winning actor will join the comedy show as a "neurotic new friend" of regular character Phil Dunphy (played by Ty Burrell), ABC has confirmed. No other details of his character have been released.

Matthew's wife Sarah Jessica Parker will also appear on the small screen when she stars in the latest series of Glee. The former Sex and the City actress will be a "frazzled and eccentric" editor of an acclaimed fashion magazine's website when she makes her guest appearance in the musical drama and show bosses think she is "hilarious."

"Sarah Jessica Parker is gonna be running Vogue.com. That's sort of where we encounter this character, who's sort of frazzled, eccentric, hilarious. It's gonna be good," said the show's co-creator and executive producer Ian Brennan.

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Gotye Slams the Glee Version of His Hit

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Gotye has slammed the Glee version of his hit "Somebody That I Used to Know."

The Australian singer and multi-instrumentalist's track was featured on a the show earlier this month, but he was less than impressed with the results: "They did such a faithful arrangement of the instrumentals but the vocals were that pop Glee style, ultra-dry, sounded pretty tuned and the rock has no real sense, like it's playing to you from a cardboard box," he told Australia's The Sunday Mail.

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Glee: Season 2 Ends with New York Dreams

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Glee Nationals Season 2 - Cory Monteith, Lea Michele

In the year’s most highly-anticipated episode of Glee, the New Directions traveled from Lima, Ohio to the grand city of New York, New York.

The opening started with Times Square, larger than life with its lights and billboards. In the midst of it all stood Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) in her adorable striped coat. “I made it,” she breathed. And that’s how it all began.

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Glee Recap: The Unlikely Prom Queen is Our Hero

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Glee - Prom Queen

Glee’s “Prom Queen” episode opened with an interview between Puck (Mark Salling) and Jacob Ben Israel (Josh Sussman). Puck was still campaigning hard for a Prom King win with queen Lauren Zizes (Ashley Fink) at his side… but as it happened, he and the rest of New Directions would be working the event.

Over Sue Sylvester’s protests, the glee club was selected to entertain the McKinley High prom crowd when Principal Figgins (Iqbal Thera) couldn’t secure his favorite band -- Air Supply -- for the event. Though Sue (Jane Lynch) was prom coordinator, the club scored the gig… mainly because there was no other act available. Thankfully, Sue keeps a list of the club’s worst number in her Spanx “at all times.” At the top of the list was “Run, Joey, Run.”

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Glee Spoilers: Blaine and Kurt, Gwyneth’s Return and More

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Glee returns with fresh episodes next week (finally), and we can give you a hint of what you’ll be seeing. We know which artist Gwyneth Paltrow is singing, which neglected character is getting spotlighted, even why Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff) is returning. Keep reading to get all the good Glee dirt…

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Glee: Spoilers, Straight from the Cast

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Glee cast at PaleyFest 2011

Gleeks who attended Tuesday night’s PaleyFest panel were treated to a live showing of the “Original Song” episode and a sit-down session with the cast and writers. If you weren’t among them, you didn't hear some interesting behind-the-scenes tidbits and more than one awesome spoiler.

But, don’t worry -- because we’re here to fill you in on what you missed. Keep reading to find out who’s going to be coming to William McKinley, which guest stars are going to be returning and what original song will soon be crooned for your listening pleasure…

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Behind the Glee: Chris Colfer Talks Original Songs

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In this fantastic video clip, Glee’s Chris Colfer talks about his long-awaited on-screen kiss with Darren Criss and singing original songs. Because his character, Kurt, is no longer a part of New Directions, Colfer did not get to sing an original song in the “Original Song” episode (bummer). But, he did compose a catchy little tune on the spot (“I miss Mercedes… and all my single ladies”).

He also spent some time joking around with castmate Darren Criss about their passionate kiss, complaining that Criss never called him afterward. “I don’t kiss and tell, unless it’s on camera,” he explained. Watch the entire video to get a look at what Glee is like behind-the-scenes.


Glee: Original Songs and Bittersweet Regionals

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Glee had a lot of stuff (and songs) to squeeze into the “Original Song” episode, and as such viewers were treated to the first-ever cold opening in show history. Rather than wasting time on the usual recap, the show threw Gleeks right into a Warblers number (Maroon 5’s “Misery”).

Sweet.

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Glee: Let’s Sing About Sex

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Not all of our spoilers panned out (TV producers are tricky, tricky animals), but all our expectations were met on Tuesday’s “Sexy” Glee episode. The episode highlighted the tricky world of romantic and sexual relationships, a topic that sorely needed to be addressed.

In the past, the show has portrayed teen sex as a matter of course, presenting the only consequence to be an unwanted pregnancy that tidily disappears in less than a year. Not this time. With the help of Gwyneth Paltrow, the students at William McKinley began to get a sexual education… erm, set to music.

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Glee: Blame It On the Pre-Regionals Buzz

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Drinking problems are beginning to sweep McKinley High, and this became the focus of Glee’s “Blame It On Alcohol” episode. Principal Figgins (Iqbal Thera) asked club coach Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) to have his kids perform a number “highlighting the dangers of teenage drinking” at an upcoming assembly.

As it just so happens, Rachel Berry’s two gay dads are on the Rosie O’Donnell cruise, leaving her alone in the house for the interim. Puck (Mark Salling) approached her about having a party, but she initially rejected the idea. It wasn’t until she shared her truly terrible original song, “My Headband,” with Finn (Cory Monteith) that she was willing to consider the idea.

At Finn’s advice, Rachel (Lea Michele) decided to go ahead and throw the party anyway. Horrible idea. But, at least it led into the best cell phone scene ever, which you can watch in the video above (“Noah, it’s Santitany and Artcedes, can your friend score some wine coolers?”).

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