Just when you thought Glee couldn’t get any sillier.
How silly is this episode?
First of all, the glee club members have superhero identities:
Huzzah, racism. (Should have gone with the Invisible Girl)
Somehow, we can tell this is going to be a Blaine episode.
Secondly, Finn is a teacher now, and that’s the silliest thing I’ve ever heard.
He can’t even write on a wipe board.
That’s his only job!
His ideas are awful, and he should feel bad about them.
Nightbird is not amused by this shit.
He doesn’t even notice when the glee club’s trophy disappears
Its only gone and been stolen by some… supervillians.
I wonder who he could be!? Who is he working with? And is he bi-curious?
But more importantly, is he bi-curious!?
That not even slightly bi-curious monster!
Meanwhile in that newbie love triangle we all try to ignore, Jake and Ryder are at odds with one another
But do it they shall, Marly. Do it they shall.
On the other side of the love triangle, Kitty and Marly are getting on surprisingly well.
They proceed to perform the most inappropriate performance ever to be broadcast on family friendly broadcasting.
Funnily enough they were supposed to be singing about female strength and independence, but it seemed to me more like they were singing about needing a man to whisk them off their feet whilst prancing around in tight, revealing costumes. Huh.
It turns out Blaine ‘Hairgel’ Warbler is revealing to his new bumchum Sam that he wants to move back to Dalton because he feels so bad about cheating on Kurt.
But the two of them team up and steal back the phallic object!
He decides to stay with New Directions, and they all celebrate with an adorable paint fight.
The episode ends on everyone accepting Finn as their supierior, and giving him a fanny pack of presents.
Including something for poop.
And That’s What You Missed On Glee!