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Glee: Merry Christmas Card!

Glee: Merry Christmas Card!

The Glee Christmas card has been revealed by E!, with the entire cast dressed up in colorful Christmas sweaters!

The Glee Christmas episode airs Dec. 7 on Fox and the album is currently being streamed on Glee’s MySpace page.

Amazon has the exclusive song premiere of “The Most Wonderful Day of the Year” from Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album. You can hear the exclusive clip there and pre-order the album, which is available everywhere Tuesday, November 16.

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# 1

Ok, am I the only one who notices the hypocrisy of such a move on the part of the people behind Glee?

Not all of the characters are christians, to begin with, and it’s a complete reversal of the show’s main themes to put out such a specific, exclusive album. Why no songs for other winter holidays from the major religions?

Glee is losing my respect for this move.

# 2

@Katra: why? all they ever mention are jew this/ jewish that. I’m sure that makes up for it. all thses overrated @ssholes just need to diaf.

# 3

@katra: @Katra: You suck

# 4
Iffy Miffy @ 11/11/2010 at 6:53 pm

@Katra: Christmas is also about tradition. My family does not celebrate it as a religious thing at all but as a coming together at the time of a new year and just enjoying each other and having fun. We need to relax our definitions and just … have fun!

# 5

Holy Christmas sweaters!

# 6


You, Katra, are part of the reason some people in our society have become sooo sensitive to normalcies. GET OVER IT! Life is too short to be nit-picking traditions. Almost every episode of Glee mentions a different religion, sexual orientation, custom, etc. so if that isn’t enough for you, then i would suggest finding your remote and getting a new show to watch & pick on.

# 7

Look everyone Glee is having an “UGLY SWEATER” Party! LOL! Can’t people see Glee is all about making the holidays fun.

# 8

naww where’s ‘other asian’ ? :(

# 9

Why do you even bother watching “Glee,” since you have proven to be incapable of understanding the show’s message about tolerance and inclusion. It is an huge disappointment that “Glee” failed to include any other tradition’s music on the CD, since I know it would have meant a lot to people of other faiths. As to your hateful message, guess the holiday of Christmas, which is all about celebrating a Jew, and honoring the Jewish mother who gave birth to him, must drive you up the wall.

I have to agree (sort of). Glee has been dishing out a lot of religion this season, including with the song choices and themes. I’m a little sick of it.

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