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This generated strong interest in the album: Rumours reentered the Billboard 200 chart at number eleven the week after the show was aired in the US, and the Australian album charts at number two five days after the show was aired in that country. Amy Reiter of the Los Angeles Times wrote that "the episode had its moments that made lovin' Glee fun", but called the Sue Sylvester subplot "tired".
Many critics were impressed with how well the album's music was incorporated into the episode including Erica Futterman of Rolling Stone, who wrote "the songs of Rumours fit the New Directions' drama in an organic way." The "Fondue for Two" segments were a favorite of reviewers, and were developed from an idea by one of the show's fans.
Brittany walks away in tears, stating that he was the only one who never called her that up until then, and he sings "Never Going Back Again".
Santana further opens up to Brittany about her true feelings by singing "Songbird" to her.
Additional guests include Sam's sister Stacey and brother Stevie, played by Ava Chelsea Ingram and Cody Hamilton respectively, a barista played by Cathy Doe, and a coffee shop patron played by Connie Ventress.
All six songs from Rumours covered in the episode were released as singles, available for digital download.
Quinn then gives an ultimatum: if Finn wants their relationship to continue, he cannot sing any more duets with Rachel.
Rachel has other ideas, and later sings "Go Your Own Way" to Finn, who accompanies her on the drums.
The episode is a tribute to that album, and all the songs covered in the episode are from it.
"We [Glee co-creators] have always wanted to do an episode that is a tribute not to a musical act but to an album. One of the albums that we all three love, that meant a lot to us: Rumours by Fleetwood Mac. We can get Stevie Nicks on the phone now, and we can get Lindsey Buckingham, who has kids, who's like, 'Oh my God, I'd love that', so twelve hours later you get the rights to Rumours." The idea for Brittany's "Fondue for Two" segments in the episode came from a Glee fan. Chenoweth's reappearance marks her third time on the series as April.
She last appeared in the season one episode "Home".
"Rumours" is the nineteenth episode of the second season of the American musical television series Glee, and the forty-first overall.
The episode was written by series co-creator Ryan Murphy, directed by Tim Hunter, first aired on May 3, 2011 on Fox in the United States, and it features the return of guest star Kristin Chenoweth.