'Glee' Spreads Fleetwood Mac's 'Rumours' With Plenty of Drama
'Glee' Spreads Fleetwood Mac's 'Rumours' With Plenty of Drama

Stevie Nicks might be having the best week ever. Not only is she wowing fans with her first album in 10 years ("In Your Dreams," released yesterday), but Nicks has the potential reach younger fans via -- surprisingly -- last night's episode of "Glee."

The New Directions took on Fleetwood Mac's 1977 classic album "Rumours," fueled by a gossip-filled plotline of love triangles within the singing group. The back-story may work better than the actual effort, with Fleetwood Mac having more to gain than "Glee." But, there were musical high points throughout the episode, regardless if many of "Glee's" younger fans were less-than familiar with the songs.

The boys -- specifically, Artie -- shined this week with "Never Going Back Again," which was the episode's musical highlight despite the song being lesser-known than other Mac singles performed. Watch below.

Video: Artie and the Boys Perform "Never Going Back Again" on "Glee"

The episode also marked the return of April Rhodes (Kristin Chenoweth), who performed a stellar, chemistry-filled duet of "Dreams" with Mr. Schuester. (Sidenote: What is going on with April and Schue? Is there still hope for "Wemma"?) Watch below.

Video: April and Mr. Schuester Perform "Dreams" on "Glee"

And what would "Glee" be without a cheesy, feel-good number for the whole cast? Is "Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow" the new "Don't Stop Believin'"? Probably not... but there are little kids so extra points for cuteness.

Gleeks, what do you think of last night's "Rumours" episode? Tell us in the comments below!

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