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April 9, 2010

Glee's Must-See TV

The misfits of McKinley High stranded on a desert island? Here's what they'd need to get by.

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JANE LYNCH (SUE SYLVESTER)

TV box set: Absolutely Fabulous. "Genius. I watch it over and over, quote it, re-enact it — I just can't get enough of it."
CD: Blue, Joni Mitchell. "Every song on it is a masterpiece unto itself."
DVD: Private Benjamin. "This one stands the test of time. It's still knee-slappingly funny."
Book: A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving. "Weird, funny — and heartbreaking."

CHRIS COLFER (KURT HUMMEL)

TV box set: Xena: Warrior Princess or The West Wing. "So I wouldn't go stir-crazy. I could watch these shows a hundred times and still have no idea what's going on."
CD: Marie Antoinette soundtrack. "It takes me back to AP European history class. Ah, to be young again ..."
DVD: Notes on a Scandal. "It's dramatic, gritty, suspenseful."
Book: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. "The Harry Potter series feels like home. On my 11th birthday, I stayed up all night waiting for my Hogwarts acceptance letter, but nothing came."

AMBER RILEY (MERCEDES JONES)

TV box set: Gilligan's Island. "I'd be able to relate."
CD: Continuum, John Mayer. "What better way to escape reality than to listen to that sexy tenor voice?"
DVD: Singin' in the Rain. "My favorite movie of all time."
Book: "I'd try to find one that tells you how to build a boat out of trees and sand!"


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