'Glee' Episode 5.1 and 5.2 Song List: Will Your Favorite Beatles Tune Be Covered?
'Glee' Episode 5.1 and 5.2 Song List: Will Your Favorite Beatles Tune Be Covered?
Esther Gim
Esther Gim
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
The first two episodes of Glee's fifth season will be a tribute to The Beatles. And just before the premiere, on September 26, fans will be able to buy the album with all the tracks. One former cast member you won't be seeing during Beatlemania -- and any episode thereafter -- is Dianna Arogn, who played Quinn. Read on to find out why.

The Beatles Episode

According to EW, Here's the listing of tracks released by Columbia Records:

1. "Yesterday"
2. "Drive My Car"
3. "Got to Get You Into My Life"
4. "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away"
5. "Help"
6. "A Hard Day's Night"
7. "I Saw Her Standing There"
8. "All You Need Is Love"
9. "Get Back"
10. "Here Comes the Sun"
11. "Something"
12. "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
13. "Hey Jude"
14. "Let It Be"

Whew! No wonder the episode will be two parts. One just wouldn't feel enough with the plethora of hits The Beatles recorded. I would love to see one of my favorite songs, "Come Together," be covered. 

I'm excited for "All Your Need Is Love," with a full (or most?) of the cast. "Yesterday" and "I Saw Her Standing There" could be good solos. I was also hoping for a possible second rendition of Kurt doing "I Want to Hold Your Hand," which he performed in season 2, but it's understandable that they're not.

EW says the first episode is titled "Love, Love, Love," and will air September 26. Will's having his New Directions kids take on hits from The Beatles. Meanwhile, Kurt and Blaine contemplate their future, and in New York, Rachel's career takes an unexpected turn.

The second episode titled "Tina in the Sky With Diamonds" will air October 3. Tina is nominated for prom queen but goes crazy, and it turns her supporters against her. Meanwhile, Rachel and Santana take on jobs at a diner to support themselves.

Where Is Quinn?

Quinn isn't returning for the first three episodes of the season, and it sounds like she won't be returning in the future either. Dianna Argon, who plays Quinn, went from series regular to just three episodes last season. The New York Post reports she wasn't asked back for the Cory Monteith tribute episode, either.

She also told the Post that she'll likely not take on the role of what she played on Glee -- that of a cheerleader.

"I always say, 'never say never,' but I truly believe I have exhausted the cheerleader that I never was."

I guess that's that. Which Beatles songs are you excited to see covered? Will you miss Quinn?

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