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TV Club: GLOW makes a fuss, just not in the way you’d expect

So late in the season, it might be surprising that GLOW does an episode with absolutely no wrestling. Especially after the disaster that was the wrestling match in “Live Studio Audience.” Sure, we have Sam’s verbal visualization for what the G.L.O.W. pilot will be like, but even the short amount of gym time in this episode only features weight training and sword handling.
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