Glee takes on Michael and I couldn’t be happier! Honestly, I wouldn’t mind if they only did Michael songs for the rest of the year.
There was so much drama in this episode I could barely keep it together as I watched.
Sebastian has come back into the scene as a full-time asshole, officially raining on everyone’s parade any chance he gets. He really went from a clever comeback kid who was always at the coffee shop to a truly evil human who always manages to have some goons holding on to a slushie for him. He must just have people him buying him slushies every 10 minutes to be sure that he will be ready with fresh iciness anytime a Glee kid comes around. What a waste of $2.75.
This slushie business goes too far when Blaine has to get an eye patch due to a slushie-related injury. But let’s put Blaine in bed to await his surgery while we focus on all the other drama.
Sam is still trying to plant his fish lips on Mercedes and tries to lure her in with song, which is a coincidence because Finn uses a similar tactic with Rachel. And I won’t spoil anything for you, but each effort results in at least one kiss. So singing really does bring people together and if we want to win over the loves of our live we just need a guitar and an MJ song.
Artie gets angry, like really angry, like so angry he wants to scream. So he does OUT OF HIS WHEELCHAIR! Miracle of all miracles! Not only does MJ bring people together, he makes legs works again. Wait, no. It was all a dream. But with Mike Chen playing Janet! Wowza!
Quinn gets an early acceptance letter into Yale and is seemingly normal in this episode. I’m not ready to put my guard down yet because every time I get comfortable around Quinn, she goes to crazy town all over again and I just have to spend all this time building back up this wall of trust.
Speaking of acceptance, Kurt gets notification that he is one of the finalists to NYADA, which I am confused about. Is getting into NYADA like an American Idol audition?
Rachel doesn’t get her letter and throws an appropriately dramatic fit as her character would, only to find that she did get a letter! Don’t worry, there’s still a chance she won’t get accepted because she’s only a finalist. But her making it into the finals makes her rethink her decision to marry simple po-dunk small town love Finn.
Whatever will she do?
Maybe she should just wait until she gets confirmation that she is in fact going to NYADA, then she can cut him down from her rising star. This way, if NYADA says no she will still have a simple hunky-dory love in a town where she sings as the Sunday school for free rolls.
Here’s what you missed last time on Glee.