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This Made-Up "Hamilton"-Themed "Glee" Episode Sounds So Real It Maybe Actually Happened

This didn't happen but maybe it did?

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OK, so for all your Glee AND Hamilton stans, obviously you know Glee wasn't on the air anymore when Hamilton became the most popular Broadway show on Earth.

It seemed like we'd never know what a world would look like if Glee did an episode and it was all Hamilton-themed. That is, until now.

Whilst browsing Twitter, this was shoved into my feed. It is a screenshot of a Tumblr post that is pretty much a script outline of a Hamilton-themed episode of Glee.

this is the most cursed thing I’ve ever read it that doesn’t mean it isn’t 100% true

Reading it is like experiencing an episode of Glee that never happened.

So let's walk through it!

"Opening scene: ND in the classroom talking among themselves. Schue walks in wearing full period costume. Everyone is confused and a little ashamed. Schue tells them he’s discovered they’re all failing history, and one of them tells him history is just SO BORING."

Fox

"Cut to a scene of somehow all the kids in the same class in various stages of unconsciousness while a Professor Binns type teacher drones on about the war of 1812."

Fox

"Schue assures them history is TOTALLY COOL, informs them about Hamilton, tries to white rap his way through either Guns and Ships or Yorktown. Santana makes that 'why am I surrounded by white fools' face that she always makes. Hamilton is the assignment this week, even though COMPETITION looms in the future, but when have they ever actually practiced before the week of?"

Fox

"Blaine has been super friendly with some guy from Dalton or from Hairgellers Anonymous or something, is constantly liking his posts on FB. Kurt sings 'Burn' over a montage of Blaine ignoring him in ridiculous situations that no one would ever be on their phone during."

Fox

"Rachel has decided this week is one of the weeks where she’s aggressive about becoming a star, sings 'Satisfied.'"

Fox

"Tensions are getting high, so Artie flawlessly white boy raps through 'What’d I Miss' while Mike dances, to lighten the mood."

Fox

"The kids are learning about Hamilton, but Schue is worried they’re not REALLY learning the point he’s trying to get at."

Fox

"Probably the Unholy Trinity sings 'Schuyler Sisters.'”

Fox

"Schue walks back in on the kids excitedly talking about the show and/or history in general. Smiles that smile he smiles when he thinks he’s a good teacher. 'See you guys? History is now. You’re the founding fathers. You’re the underdogs. Your time is coming, you just have to wait for it.'”

"New Directions: YEAH!"

Fox

"The group sings 'Wait for It' in the auditorium either in full costume, or wearing just vaguely matching outfits. Finn takes lead, but Mercedes comes in on the middle solo."

Fox

"They all smile at each other at the end, while Schue makes that face again."

Fox

"Sue is in the background glowering that ND has managed to not fall apart yet again."

Fox

Like, I literally remember this episode! But...IT IS NOT REAL.

Others agreed.

@kaludiasays I'm in SHOCK I haven't watched Glee in years but this was so well-written I had flashbacks

It was too uncanny.

@peachmckinnon @kaludiasays oh my fucking god I feel like I just watched the episode wig flew

Even if you haven't seen Hamilton it doesn't even matter.

@kaludiasays @sarahhollowell @mexicanbjork I haven’t even seen Hamilton and I feel like I’ve seen this episode of Glee

It all makes perfect sense.

@mandamargaret7 @India_summerr I feel like we've seen this episode a thousand times for sure.

In a parallel universe this happened.

@kaludiasays @rainbowrowell Why do I feel like this mist be a real episode and I can imagine it so perfectly in front of me

In conclusion:

@kaludiasays Okay but I feel like I've seen this episode?? Klaudia am I Twilight Zoning??

So yah, thanks to Murphels for the mindfuck!!

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