Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss and many more cast members of Fox's Glee are reflecting on their time spent on the show what the show really means to them.
Fox has uploaded a new video of the show's cast revealing what Glee means to them, with each cast member having touching answers in regard to how the show brought people together.
"By it's very definition Glee is about opening yourself up to joy, and I really feel like that's exactly what this experience has done for all of us," Michele says in the video. "It's opened us up to some of the most amazing opportunities and experiences."
Kevin McHale discusses the "relationships" he's made over the past six years and how they will last a lifetime.
He adds that "we've gotten to do amazing things, and go on tours and go on Oprah and had a movie. It's about the people."
Colfer has no other word to describe Glee other than "groundbreaking," emphasizing the importance of love. "Love that straight people, gay people and the world had for all this. That's really what the special thing is about all this."
Amber Riley says that "Glee literally means happy to me. It really does. It just means happy. Finding your happiness."
Matthew Morrison admits that the show has "been quite a ride. Honestly I've had the best time of my life here."
The final two episodes of Glee are slated to air back-to-back on Friday, with the first episode essentially looking back on where they've been and the final episode looking to the future. It is sure to be a tearjerker for many loyal Glee fans.
Glee airs its final episodes starting on Friday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.
Watch the Glee cast reflecting on their experience with the show here: