Hello, Gleeks! (I want to come up with something else but there is no other good term! What do you want to be called?)
I’ll be back with a full recap tomorrow afternoon, but for now, here’s what you missed on Glee:
- Blaine’s butt makes its triumphant return as a main character as he twerks his way through organizing the choir room.
- Related: Honey, no.
- Will continues to be simultaneously ineffective and inappropriate.
- We all know “Blurred Lines” is a hundred kinds of problematic. This performance gave it new ways to be problematic. Congratulations?
- Apparently in New York underage people can drink in a tattoo parlor and then get tattoos. Which will inevitably be misspelled.
- There is so little interaction between Kurt and Blaine – who are both engaged and the most popular couple on the show – and acknowledgement of their relationship that I am genuinely happy just when Kurt says Blaine’s name.
- Chris Colfer finally joins the legion of shirtless Glee men, and the news is good.
- I’ve worried about how Glee would handle Unique’s storyline from day one, but by only addressing it sparingly and just letting her exist as a great character otherwise, they’ve managed to not completely destroy it. Bravo. And damn Alex Newell, sing it.
- Will’s presentation on other forms of dance that were considered scandalous was actually the only intelligent thing he’s done…possibly ever?
- Will is way too intense about twerking. Calm down man. But I do like Sue on the other side of a storm out tantrum.
- The mentions of Finn between Kurt and Rachel are really touching, as is Rachel’s tattoo memorial.
- Yay another indie pop song happy New Directions group number! I don’t care, I’ll always be a sucker for these.
Did you survive the bathroom gender wars of 2013? Do you think Kurt got cyber lucky with his new piercing? Let us know in the comments and I’ll be back tomorrow with a full recaps!