I wasn't a fan of "Glee" when it started, and despite seeing some improvement in later episodes this fall, it's still mainly background viewing for me while I do other things.
Last night's fall finale (the long hiatus comes in part because Ryan Murphy's busy directing a movie) brought a bunch of storylines to a head. In typical "Glee" fashion, it might have brought too many of them to a head at once, not allowing all to have as much impact as they might have had the big developments been spaced out, but the performances - both acting and, especially, singing - were uniformly strong. Myles McNutt, as usual, has a much more elaborate review of "Sectionals," as well as a list of questions the show needs to answer before it returns.
So, for the more passionate Gleeks, how satisfied were you with last night's show? And do you feel the show is creatively heading in the right direction? Or are there still things that can be improved between now and April 13?