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Chris Colfer On Writing This Week's GLEE

Chris Colfer On Writing This Week's GLEEThis week's is the penultimate S5 episode of FOX's hit musical dramedy series Glee and some very special surprises are in store, especially considering it was written by one of the show's stars.

GLEE star Chris Colfer penned the ep, titled "Old Dog, New Tricks" and took to Twitter to share his excitement about the various guest stars appearing, writing, "June Squibb, Tim Conway, and Billy Dee Williams are in the episode of Glee I wrote!!! #OldDogsNewTricks".

Additionally, Colfer recently posted a pic of himself in full Peter Pan garb alongside Squibb herself, captioning it, "It's a production of "Peter Pan" you'll never forget! #OldDogsNewTricks".

Additionally, Colfer recently posted some behind the scenes videos of his preparation to take flight as Peter Pan himself, as well.

Colfer shared, "My first time in the harness for #OldDogsNewTricks! Who's excited for Tuesday???" and later wrote, "Racked up some serious frequent flyer miles during #OldDogNewTricks rehearsal."

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The official description of GLEE's "Old Dog, New Tricks" is as follows: "In an episode written by series star Chris Colfer, Rachel attempts to salvage her reputation among Broadway gossipers by hiring Santana as her publicist and creating a charity for rescue animals. Meanwhile, Kurt (Colfer) nabs the lead role in a retirement home production of Peter Pan."

View the behind the scenes videos of Chris Colfer discussing penning tonight's ep of Glee below.

Photo Credit: Twitter

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