If Tuesday night’s episode of Glee showed us anything, it’s Finn is a coward. Sam, Mike and Artie (who is wheelchair-bound, mind you) confronted Karofsky for bullying Kurt, and Sam even took a black eye in the name of justice. And might I add that Sam has known Kurt for six weeks? Meanwhile, Finn shuffled his feet because he didn’t want to risk losing quarterback title by doing the right thing. Puhlease. You’re a coward, Finn. Just because you serenaded Kurt at your parents’ wedding doesn’t mean you took a stand against what happened to your step-brother. Follower! I hereby demote you to towel boy, and crown Sam leader of the field. Or captain of the football team. Whatever holds the higher ranking.
Meanwhile, in the principal’s office, Sue Sylvester proposed to herself. Invitations were mailed out, (hopefully) gifts had been registered for, and Sue’s mom (played by the illustrious Carol Burnett), even showed up. Sue did the ole’ Carrie Bradshaw by saying “I do” to Sue, and it was commendable. Weird, but commendable. I didn’t see the point of her storyline, but enjoyed a visit from Ms. Burnett. And the track gown. Hats off to the cut and the color. Sue owned that dress as she walked through the common room of her sister’s nursing home. Congratulations!
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Sue called Kurt “lady.” It offended everyone.
“That’s why we’re feeding them glitter, Finn.” Black doves pooping glitter. Sounds like a good time to me. Maybe they could poop on Finn’s head. Jack-ass.
Ohio wedding planner extraordinaire Marcia Dean could pass as Julianne Moore‘s older sister. Not surprisingly, Carol Burnett thinks she could pass for a dude. “I think it’s perfectly alright for a woman to be handsome.”
It’s weird that Kurt is giving his father and Finn dancing lessons at school.
Karofsky’s father is the guy from Quints!
Of course Finn would not only wear a clip-on tie, but he would not know how to put it on. T-A-C-K-Y.
Kurt will be in his element at Dalton Academy. At least he won’t be crying as often, especially with Blaine there to serenade him. I’m getting almost as sick of Kurt’s tears as I am of Rachel‘s ballad-induced facial expressions.
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