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Gleeks Countdown to a ‘Thrilling’ Episode on Super Bowl Sunday

by Dish Systems Team

Posted on January 31, 2011

Just as NFL fans everywhere are discussing Super Bowl day party plans, Gleeks are also doing a little preparing of their own for the big day by counting down to a different one of the most anticipated 'Glee' episodes: "The Sue Sylvester Bowl Shuffle" airs on DISH Network after the Super Bowl, Sunday night. The cast of 'Glee' never disappoints or fails to surprise fans of the show by delivering some of the most talked about performances on TV. The brand new episode set for Sunday, February 6 on FOX will keep the Super Bowl theme of the day alive as the McKinley High School football team plays for the state championship. Even though there won't be any cheerleaders at the Super Bowl on Sunday, viewers can get their fix by tuning in to 'Glee' as the cheer squad competes in the local regional cheerleading competition.

The 'Thriller' performance on the football field during the state championship already has Gleeks talking, listen to a preview of the 'Glee' cast's rendition of his hit song. The students will not only sing a mashup of 'Thriller' and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' 'Heads Will Roll,' but Lea Michele (Rachel) will be singing Lady Antebellum's 'Need You Now,' Cory Monteith will perform 'She's Not There' by The Zombies and a Destiny's Child cover of the track 'Bills, Bills, Bills' will be sung by Darren Criss. 'Glee' is also known for its famous cameos, and in this particular episode, Katie Couric will be making an appearance to interview Jane Lynch (Sue Sylvester).

Watch the Green Bay Packers take the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV on FOX, then get ready for one "thrilling" episode of 'Glee,' part of DISH Network programming. To order DISH Network to make sure you don't miss the Super Bowl and 'Glee's' "The Sue Sylvester Bowl Shuffle," visit authorized DISH Network retailer DISH Systems online or call 866-989-3474, especially if you are a DirecTV subcriber in the Northwest Region of the U.S. and currently do not receive FOX on your pay TV service because you don't want to miss out on one of the most talked about days of the new year! Find DISH Systems on Twitter and Facebook for even more satellite TV programming news and deals.