|New Directions performing together at Sectionals, even though they all hate each other. Image property of Fox.|
Kurt has his own troubles getting a solo with the Warblers. Even with Rachel's help, he doesn't get it. Blaine tells him he's trying to hard to stand out, when he needs to be fitting in. Seems like this new school isn't as great as Kurt thought it would be.
To add to the drama, Santana decides to spill the beans about her and Finn, and now Rachel is madder than ever. To get back at him, she makes out with Puck, and Finn breaks up with her. No more star couple. And the infidelity doesn't stop there. Apparently Mike and Brittany are doing a little more than rehearsing together... leaving poor Tina and Artie heartbroken. Or were they? And speaking of doomed relationships, Will's love for Emma will be forever unrequited. She and Dr. Carl got married in Vegas!
- Rachel walking in with tape over her mouth. Ha ha. What a way to protest her lack of a solo...
- "I gotta say. She kinda' rocked my world."
- I loved when Blaine and the Warblers sang Train's "Hey, Soul Sister." So so so so good!
- I finally like the Artie/Brittany relationship. At first I didn't get it (and also doubted it would last more than an episode) but they were really cute together tonight.
- I enjoyed New Directions' performance of "(I've Had) The Time of My Life"/"Valerie". Sam, Quinn, and Santana rocked it! And speaking of awesome solos from the supporting cast, I'm glad Tina got featured heavily in "Dog Days Are Over" by Florence and the Machine. She hardly ever gets a solo and this one made me quite happy!
- Old people singing is just... weird. I didn't enjoy that at all.
- Sue was absent this episode, and an episode without Sue Sylvester never really seems complete. I need to hear her crazy rants!
- Oh, and a three-way tie? That is the dumbest thing I've ever heard! So mad about that. I guess I should be happy that New Directions is going to compete at the next level... but come on? A three-way tie? Does that actually happen? Ever?