Hello Gleeks! Last night Glee paid homage to the recently deceased singer Whitney Houston. We start off with Rachel, Kurt, Mercedes, and Santana singing an a cappella version of How Will I Know. It was very cute; they serenaded a framed picture of Whitney, and sported their best dresses and suits. This performance transitioned to the Glee Club’s theme this week, “Whitney” with the underlying theme of letting go.
The first relationship having issues letting go is our beloved Klaine. We had some trouble in paradise last night; Kurt wanted Blaine to join him at Between the Sheets to help him pick a song for Whitney week, as well as NYADA auditions, but Blaine was unable to go! Kurt went all by himself, and met Chandler, who asked for his number. Chandler sent Kurt cute texts that made him smile, which Blaine had been neglecting to do for some time. We have a Hummelberry moment where Kurt describes his and Blaine’s relationship as a Lesbian Death Bed (they act like an old married couple, a fabulous old married couple). Rachel attempts to warn him to stop texting Chandler, but Kurt presses that it’s just friendly talking!
As the episode progresses, Blaine finds out about Chandler, and it’s not good. He accuses Kurt of cheating, which leads on to an angsty performance of It’s Not Right but It’s Okay, where Blaine eventually storms out of the choir room! LOTS of tears from both Kurt and Blaine
Kurt has a talk with his father, and Burt just really doesn’t want Kurt to leave (we don’t either!). This talk makes Kurt realise how much he misses Blaine, and does an emotional solo of I Have Nothing. Kurt and Blaine go to couples counseling with Ms. Pillsberry. Turns out the reason Blaine has been distant is because he’s practicing for the future, when Kurt leaves him for New York. Kurt ensures him that he will NEVER forget him, and our wonderful couple is good as new! They also exchange some “love you’s” and a hug; it was very sweet
Another couple having some issues is Wemma; Will wants the wedding moved to May (that’s a month away)! He surprise hires Mr. Lavender to crunch plan for the wedding. Will is not satisfied; Mr. Lavender is not finding him any good venues, so he fires him, and suggests to Emma that they have their wedding at a campground on Route 9! He claims ample space for the Glee club to perform, and it’s even open in May! Emma, of course, doesn’t want this. Turns out the root to all of this rush for Will is that he’s worried the Glee kids won’t be back for his wedding. I’ll admit, I cried a bit. Emma assures him; if he had his wedding 10 years from now on the moon, they would all come.
We have another relationship sparking; Quinn and Joe!! Joe wants to help his fellow Christian get through therapy, but he starts to develop some feelings. Quinn doesn’t think he likes her, she’s insecure about her wheelchair, and she’s not seeing much progress. Suddenly, at one of Quinn’s therapy sessions, Quinn notices Joe’s “feelings”. They talk it out, and Quinn tells Joe not to lose his faith just to be with her, and that it’s nice knowing there’s something that can’t be lost. They also do a flirty duet of Saving All My Love for You.
OTHER MEMORABLE MOMENTS:
Pezberry duet and scene by the lockers We get a hug!!
Puck gives goodie bags to all of his guys, where he thanks them for letting him sleep with their woman and that he’s going to miss their Broments.
a parallel to Don’t Stop Believin’, an emotional group number! My Love Is Your Love
and last, but certainly not least, a Brittana Duet! Dance With Somebody
I hope you enjoyed last night’s episode, I sure did! I apologize for the length, but a lot of things happened last night. What are everyone’s thoughts on Quinn and Joe? When should the Wemma wedding be? Was it right for Kurt to text Chandler?
Rate and comment below! Until next week, Gleek on!