Glee: Meet The New Faces Of New DirectionsMargaret Hartmann9/22/10 5:19pmFiled to: Gleeking outGlee Audition RecapGlee AuditionGleeTVTelevisionCelebritytweetFb349EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkOn last night's season premiere of Glee, New Directions searches for more singers, Sue and Schue take on McKinley's female football coach, and the writers deliver a thinly-veiled attack on internet commenters.Advertisement"Audition" starts out with a clever dig at the show's critics, which references the rumors that Lea Michele's difficult to work with, the complaints about Will's rapping, and accusations that the show is "nothing but a glorified karaoke club designed to make the inventors of Auto-Tune millions of dollars." Oh, Kurt. I'm so happy to see you that I'll disregard that comment about bloggers' "cottage cheese behinds."Changes are afoot at McKinley High. Matt (better known as Black Guy Who Doesn't Talk) has transferred, but it looks like Mike Chang has earned himself a speaking role in Season 2, and Tina's heart, thanks to his awesome dance moves. And abs. This leaves one spot open in New Directions, so Will posts a sign-up sheet. However, his new best friend Sue advises him that auditions are the way to go. She's been charged with child endangerment because,AdvertisementThere's been a line of would-be Cheerios out there since late July. I guess they lost their humanity a little bit. One girl ate a pigeon. Several others started worshiping a possum carcass as their lord. That's how much they want to be Cheerios.After learning that both the Cheerios' and New Directions' budgets are being cut to give more money to the football team, Will and Sue launch a series of Mean Girls-like attacks against the new female football coach Shannon Beist ("it's French") because... it's actually unclear what they're hoping to accomplish, but it's still fun to see Sue and Will getting along (but not too well.)ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.