One of my favorite running gags of the show through its whole run has been Finn running into the mailman to get it down. Gets me every time. Although Sam evolving that into Coach Beist fantasies was...well...hilariously disturbing. Loved watching it spiral out of control.
I get the conflict they're setting up with Kurt, especially having officially introduced his love interest. The thing is...would anyone really blame him if he eventually tried to transfer? Although...umm...wow, I really, REALLY did not see that twist coming.
Puck's community service was the highlight of the episode for me. He's laughable as a rebel, but at least he came to terms with it at the end of the episode.
Rachel got very little screen time this week. That's probably for the best, because they were towing the line of overexposure for a few weeks now.
I loved Puck's rendition of One Love, but the rest of the music didn't do it for me. The mash-up of Start Me Up and Livin' On A Prayer didn't work at all.
Next week, it's Principal Sue Sylvester in what could potentially be the funniest episode of the season.
Originally posted by Guru ZimOk, so I've never watched Glee. Not once.
You are telling me there is some way that a gay angle on this show comes as a shocking twist?
Believe me, I was as shocked as anyone, just because I thought I had the formula down: Boy meets boy, boy is inspired to stand up to bully, boy stands up to bully, boy falls for boy. Instead, we got: boy meets boy, boy is inspired to stand up to bully, bully kisses boy. That's...not how that normally goes.
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