A tween practices his singing, dancing charade for his bar mitzvah in 'Glee.'

A tween practices his singing, dancing charade for his bar mitzvah in 'Glee.'

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Remember Sam Horowitz, the Dallas boy whose bar mitzvah dance had more sparkle and pizazz than an off-Broadway show?

TV show Glee parodied his performance in its latest episode, letting a stand-in Sam sing and dance with hilarious fanfare. The only thing missing from the show was Sam himself. (Glee featured the superintendent's nephew, "Myron.")

But let's face it, this is the Myron formerly known as Dallas' Sam Horowitz, bedazzled dance suit and all. He even offers to pay the glee club $20,000 to be his bar mitzvah opening act.

Here's the best part of the episode:

It's funny, it's cheeky, and Sam apparently loved it. But next time, Glee? Get Sam to play himself.

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