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"Maybe it was the montage, or possibly, as previously stated, the fact that Lea Michele works at an extremely advanced level when it comes to onscreen crying. (The quivering lips, the shaky voice, the snot — she really fires on all weep-cylinders.) In any case, this was the most heartbreaking relationship rupture of the night, because it truly took the audience “back to the start” where “Glee” began. Said by: Washington Post - The Break up

That moment, though, may be topped by a climactic, moving speech by Rachel, which is arguably the best acting Lea Michele has done on the series.  Said by: Tim Stack - EW

There was a lot of hype about this episode but more importantly this scene and there is no question that Lea Michele stole the show. All she needs is five minutes and you’ll be a mess in her hands. She possess such a unique quality that pushes her above and beyond what a simple musical Comedy should be.  Said by: SpoilerTV

Star of the Episode: Lea Michele as Rachel Berry. Lea has never sounded or looked better. And that teary break-up speech—we’re still dabbing at our eyes. Said by: Broadway.com on The Breakup

The representation of Glee, what Glee is, what makes it tangible is completely on Lea Michele’s shoulders. Last seasons aptly named, car scene was one of Glee’s most emotional scenes to date, that is until the writers told Lea Michele to break our hearts! Said by: SpoilerTV

Maybe it’s because a part of me identifies with that “moon-eyed” girl Rachel was at the beginning of the series and the relatively confident woman she’s becoming, but Lea Michele nailed it tonight. Said by: Miranda Wicker - TVFanatic - The Break up

In my opinion, Lea Michele’s acting during this was some of the greatest on the show. Said by: EW - The Break up

Jonathan Groff telling Seth Rudetsky the story of ‘Mom and Dad’ nickname.

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Jonathan Groff telling Seth Rudetsky the story of ‘Mom and Dad’ nickname.

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