Congratulations to Lea Michele (née Lea Michele Sarfati), the star of Fox’s Glee, on her Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a TV Comedy. In Tablet Magazine, Jeremy Dauber celebrated Glee, an hour-long comedy with musical numbers, as “the most bizarre, delirious, delightful show currently airing on network television.” In particular, Dauber praised one plot-line in which a Jewish football star falls for a Jewish theater chick—played by Michele—and serenades her with Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” (see below!). It is important, Dauber suggested, for a show all about high school outsiders to include Jewish characters (and even have them portrayed by Jewish actors, like Michele): “They’re part of the story of minority America muscling their way, in their difference, to center stage, to the heart of American entertainment.”

Golden Globe Nominations Announced! [Vulture]

Related: The Outsiders [Tablet]