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Glee Episode 7: I Kissed a Girl
Of course Glee would reference Katy Perry’s hit single I Kissed a Girl in an episode about a teenaged lesbian coming out in a show where 99.9% of the audience is extremely horny teenagers.
What better way to speak to teens than by using their own vernacular preached by their modern-day prophet, Katy Perry, as she sings nothing but the truth?
It seems that Glee has turned Santana’s whole “coming out” into a 2 maybe 3 episode arc. Finn has take a complete 180 on Santana’s lesbianism, going from a hater that exposes her to everyone to a caring friend who just wants to “not hide her awesomeness anymore.” By awesomeness he means he wants to watch her make out with girls openly, as do the rest of the boys at McKinley High.
I love that his rationale for caring about her now is because she was his first. Is he a total lady? Because that is the most female-like string of logic I’ve ever heard and followed myself at one time.
The elections are STILL going on, but this episode marks the end of the longest televised fictional high school presidential election of all time. Spoiler alert: Kurt doesn’t win. I’m all for being positive, but if I’ve learned anything from McKinley High, it’s that the students there don’t dig the gays. I don’t really know when Kurt stood a chance in this scenario, plus Brittany promised “Topless Tuesdays”, sort of a no-brainer.
Probably the most shocking moment of the episode occurred when Coach Beiste began singing. And I thought she was just there to pull out more ridiculous amounts of protein from her lunch.
Favorite line in the episode: “I would rather rawdog a beehive.”
Thank you Glee.