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  1. CBS Has Found Its Supergirl in Glee Alum Melissa Benoist

    Melissa Benoist, who joined Glee in its fourth season, has now officially been cast as Kara Zor-El in producer Greg Berlanti's latest DC Universe show Supergirl for CBS. Benoist isn't the first Glee actor to join the superhero ranks, either— there's also Grant Gustin and now he's doing an awesome job on The Flash now. Wait, guys, is Berlanti a Glee fan? That explains so much.

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  2. Arrow Gets Its Flash Plus, Justin Bieber Might Be Carrie Kelley In Man Of Steel 2 (What?)

    Faster than a speeding bullet!

    We knew the clock was ticking on casting The Flash on The CW's Arrow. Luckily, they picked someone before the day of the shoot. Glee star Grant Gustin is your new Barry Allen. Hit the jump for all the details plus a great side-by-side comparison of Justin Bieber and DC Comics' Carrie Kelley. And also the reason why we would do such a thing.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: King Joffrey Cuddling A Puppy

    Things We Saw Today

    Game of Thrones' Jack Gleeson helping his image considerably. Watch the Vine of this adorable meeting here. (via Daily Mail) 

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  4. Archie Comics Gets a Live-Action Movie Deal With Pitch Perfect & Glee Team Attached

    Suddenly

    Ok, so the above image is from the MAC's Archie's Girls cosmetics line but this news is for real. Archie is headed to the big screen. 

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  5. John Hodgman Covers Glee’s Cover of Jonathan Coulton’s Cover of “Baby Got Back”

    You all listen to the Judge John Hodgman podcast, right? RIGHT? Good. In case you missed last week's episode, it featured one of the greatest moments in the show's history. The show is hosted by occasional Daily Show correspondent, professional PC, knower of all things, and eccentric millionaire John Hodgman with co-host "Bailiff" Jesse Thorn. Hodgman sang the cover of "Baby Got Back" featured in an episode of Glee that was stolen from Jonathan Coulton, who was in the audience. Hodgman and Coulton are friends, and unlike Glee, Hodgman at least gave Coulton implied credit.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Empire Magazine‘s Man of Steel Cover

    Things We Saw Today

    Please tell me I'm not the only one reminded of Rob Liefeld's bulbous-chested Captain America here. Just a little bit, for just a second. It's the angle! You can see two more pics—one of Jor-El, one of General Zod—at /Film.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Jonathan Coulton Sticking It To Glee

    Things We Saw Today

    The saga that is musician Jonathan Coulton vs. FOX/Glee continues (read up if you're not familiar). Coulton has released his original cover version on iTunes, Google, and Amazon under the name, “Baby Got Back (In the Style of Glee).” He's going split the proceeds between The VH1 Save the Music Foundation and The It Gets Better Project and even joked Glee should do the same. As of publishing this post, Coulton's song has surpassed all the other songs from that episode of Glee on the charts. (via Geekosystem)

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  8. Buy Jonathan Coulton’s Cover of Glee’s Cover of His Cover of “Baby Got Back” for Charity (It’s His Original Version)

    Here's a quick recap for those who haven't been following this story: Indie musician Jonathan Coulton recorded a cover of Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back" back in 2005. This year, the television program Glee also did a cover of "Baby Got Back," but they didn't cover Sir Mix-a-Lot -- they covered Coulton's version of the song without crediting him. Then they aired it. Then they started selling it on iTunes, all the while refusing to acknowledge that it was Coulton's version. Now, Coulton has put his version up for sale as well, but unlike Glee, he's donating all the proceeds to charity after giving Sir Mix-a-Lot his cut.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: How to Make a Lockpick Out of Your Underwire

    Things We Saw Today

    Step by step instructions on Instructables. (via LifeHacker)

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  10. Glee Thinks They Did JoCo a Favor by Ripping Off His “Baby Got Back” Cover

    Ah, Glee. Can you get any worse? The answer to that question, for those playing along at home, is an unequivocal "yes, though not much." It came to light last week that an episode called "Sadie Hawkins" would use a version of Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back" song. That version, unfortunately, turned out to be Jonathan Coulton's specific arrangement and even lyrics. Well, now it's aired and, yup, it's basically JoCo's version. Even worse, Glee apparently thinks they did the man a favor by using it.

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