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Glee, 2009/Dreams Come True


It's the end of an era. 

After six years, over 600 musical performances and countless Slushies, Glee is saying goodbye. And while we were already emotional over the Fox hit coming to an end, these just-released photos from the series finale, airing on Friday, March 20, are making us seriously emotional. No, we're not crying. You're crying. Shut up!

In the first part of the two-hour series finale, which is titled "2009/Dreams Come True," Glee is flashing back to when it all began, 2009, and it looks like we'll get to see Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt's (Chris Colfer) first meeting. Plus, Puck's (Mark Salling) Mohawk is back...as is bully Karofsky (Max Adler). Oh, how times have changed!

During a recent appearance on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live , star Jane Lynch spilled that Glee will also be flashing forward to the year 2020. How very Lost of them! Lynch also revealed that fans can expect to see a lot of familiar faces, teasing, "Everybody came. Everybody that was in the show who wanted to come was invited."

But before it comes to an end, we need to make it to Sectionals! And in the exclusive sneak peek above, New Directions is merging with another choir team: the Warblers! After Dalton Academy burns to the ground, the two dueling teams combine to form "a show choir super-group," as Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) puts it.

And while most members of New Directions and the Warblers seem happy about the merge, there is one glee club member is so NOT OK with it. Press play to find out who the odd man (or woman!) out is.

To see all the pics from the sure-to-be epic series finale, check out our new Glee gallery below!

Glee airs tonight at 9 p.m. on Fox, while the series finale airs on Friday, March 20.