And That’s What You Missed On Glee!: Thanksgiving

Just when you really thought Glee couldn’t get any more ridiculous:

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Glee are going to sing and dance Gangnam Style.

Remember when Finn came with the worst idea last episode? Foreigner songs in foreign languages in foreign costumes?

I’m pretty sure this idea is worse.

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No, there is not, dreadlocks guy! We’re just gonna have ride to this out. Congrats on the line, by the way.

A bunch of the old glee members come back in time for sectionals, to help out the newer members.

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Because, you know, they don’t have classes to attend, or anything.

This of course creates the perfect excuse to pair up the glee club members with the characters they’re poorly impersonating!

Puck is put with,
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Half Puck, Half Finn.

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Mike Chang is put with,

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Half Finn, Half Mike Chang.
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Mercedes is put with,

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Half Mercedes, Half Kurt.

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Old Rachel isn’t available, so New Rachel gets,

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The Lesbian Master.TG13

And last but not least, Not Even Slightly Bi-curious Kitty gets put with her idol,

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Quinn.TG7

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Santana ships it!

Finn is convinced that with the power of Old glee clubbers and PSY,

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HAHAHAHA. HA.

Moving on, the pressure is on for Marly, who more or less has the task of saving the New Directions’ collective asses lying on her delicate shoulders.

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HAHA HAHAHA HA- oh dear.

But fear not, she has the support of her mother, and her great advice,

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And of course, The Lesbian Master, who finds laxatives in Marly’s bag and jumps to the – correct (due to lesbian powers, mexican third eye, and plot convenience) – conclusion that Kitty is her supplier.

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Quinn, so flattered by the completely non-creepy and Not Even Remotely Bi-Curious infatuation Kitty holds for her,

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believes that Kitty could be nothing but a complete angel, just like she was when she was a popular cheerleader. Um…

Santana calls out bullshit on Quinn’s perfect little life,

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And that was it. That was the only reason to watch this episode.

Meanwhile, In New York, Kurt and Rachel are celebrating Thanksgiving.

Apparently Rachel is vegetarian this week?

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But that doesn’t stop her flirting with her new squeeze over Turkey-fondling.

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Brody is clearly on the wrong show,

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But, do not fear, their small Thanksgiving get-together ends up being occupied by half of Manhattan

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And musical numbers ensue!

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And Kurt gets up the courage to accept Blaine’s apologies for cheating, in the spirit of thanksgiving, or closure, or something, causing Blaine to break down into his weekly blangst (Blaine Angst) moment.

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It’s Sectionals night, and Marly is feeling a bit woozy.

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Right there with you, gurl.

The Warblers sing a song about blowjobs.

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Note: I should probably mention now, for the sake of ~future plot importance~ that their performances involved many ~superhuman~ backflips and such, the kind that could presumably only be achieved with the help of steroids. I would screen cap it, but I’d rather let you fill in the blanks mentally yourself, as it would probably be more impressive that way.

Mr Shue arrives just in time!

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to see their catastrophic display, and see just what Finn has been turning the glee club into in his absence.

And then their performance begins.

And it was going so well guys.

They were jumping around.

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Tina was singing lead guys, lead! And it was Korean song, and she’s Asian, and it was so appropriate and not at all awkward and racist.

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And then Marly had to go faint.
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Well that just ruined it.

All that hard work, beautiful choreography, confetti…

 wasted.

Find out next episode if they won or not!

Spoiler: They don’t.

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And that’s what you missed on Glee! Gangnam Style and a Quinn/Santana slap off. That’s pretty much it.

And a snippet of White Chocolate.

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See you next time for the thrilling conclusion of what’s going to happen to Glee Club now that they fucked up!

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