The drama of Glee never stops and this week’s eppy was full of goodies! Basically, the episode was based on how the kids are perceived by the other students. One of the funniest yet, this episode had the best one liners, good songs, Sue singing, and Olivia Newton John! And let us not forget our favorite Sue line of the week:
“I want to get you little diaper because your chin looks like a baby’s ass.” Hilarious.
Rachel decided it was time to pump up her own reputation and tried to run game on Fin, Puck, and Jesse. Her plan, of course, blew up in her face.
If you want more details, you need to catch the full episode online. Yeah, it was just that funny.
Last night’s episode of Glee was devoted to the works of the magnificent works of Madonna. Who knew Sue Sylvester could belt out Vogue like that? The episode was really devoted to the characters taking control of their lives and expressing themselves. With Madonna music belting from the loud speakers, Sue insulted Will, Finn slept with Santanna, and Rachel almost slept with the “traitor” Jesse St. James. Will almost had sex with Emma, who just couldn’t give herself completely to him. In the end, it was more of Finn and Rachel fighting off the inevitable. This by far was one of the most hilarious and entertaining episode of Glee by far, but most of all, it was the HAWTEST episode to date.
Best Glee line so far this season:
Sue to Will: “Oh Schuester, there you are. I thought I smelled the aroma of cookies baking in the small ovens of elves.”
Here is just a little preview pic for next week’s Madonna filled episode of Glee. SPOILER ALERT: Sue WILL be singing!
One of the reasons Glee is such a popular show is (besides of course the singing) is the over the top bitchiness of Coach Sue Sylvester. Never before have we seen this woman show a hint of emotion, much less even a tinge of normalcy in her voice. Last night’s episode changed all of that. Sue shocked us all by giving a girl with down syndrome a chance. Like Will, we were pondering what Sue’s latest evil scheme was all about. This time, there was no evil scheme. Later in the episode, Sue paid a visit to a sister that we didn’t know she had. I think it is safe to assume that it was a bit surprising to us all that 1. Sue’s older sister had down syndrome and was institutionalized, and that 2. Sue morphed into a normal, loving, and caring human being the instant she was in the presence of her sister. I personally cried tears of joy at finally seeing a crack in Sue’s hard ass facade. Will may never the know the truth behind Sue’s sudden acts of kindness, but we do!