“Glee” will sing its last songs on Friday. The show has gone through so many ups and downs over the years between its mixing of NYC and Lima, Ohio. “Glee” has never exactly been known for its realism, and while we can’t speak for Lima, we are New Yorkers.
Leaving out the giant loft apartment that changes residents without a lease (this would exclude pretty much every show on television) and all the kids from the same high school going to the same prestigious dramatic school, we broke down the show’s most unrealistic parts here in NYC. From singing without being arrested in NYC’s biggest tourist attractions to a Vogue editor who goes to her intern’s apartment in Brooklyn on Thanksgiving, we’re here for a good, hard look at NYC reality, kids.