The 'Wonder-Ful' episode of 'Glee,' airing this Thursday, May 2 at 9PM on Fox, is literally full of wonder and Wonder full.
That's because the New Directions tackle the songs of the R&B icon known as Stevie Wonder throughout the episode. All the classics, from 'Superstition' to 'Uptight' and more, are covered.
Jessica Sanchez was the runner-up on Season 11 of 'American Idol,' losing to Phillip Phillips, who has gone on to have a platinum-plus career on the back of his coronation single 'Home.' Sanchez is not lagging behind, though. On April 30, she is set to release her dance-oriented debut, 'Me, You & the Music,' a beat-drenched record that is much younger and groovier than what we saw from her on 'Idol.'
Things take a dark turn on this episode of 'Glee,' both literally and figuratively. The school is cast into darkness when the power goes out and the kids go unplugged for their glee club assignments. They also unplug their feelings and admit some secrets they've been keeping hidden away in the dark.
Following last week's school shooting-themed episode, which drew criticism for being too soon after the Newtown/Sandy Hook tragedy, 'Glee' is back with an all-new ep, dubbed 'Sweet Dreams,' set to air Thursday, April 18 on Fox. It's packed with some killer songs, including an oldie but goodie that Gleeks have seen and heard the cast perform before.