Will is back in Lima and all the original glee members have returned for the wedding, which results in some surprising Valentine’s Day pairings.
Here’s what you missed on last night’s episode, “I Do”:
Runaway Bride – Emma had been in OCD overdrive in the weeks leading up to the wedding. While everyone, including Will, chalked it up to the demands of being a bride, the stress of possibly having another failed wedding was just too much (I’m sure Sue showing up in a replica of her dress didn’t help either) and she ended up running for the hills. Not a great way for Mr. Schuester to celebrate his return.
Valentine’s Week – As if a day wasn’t enough. Jake was dry when it came to ideas for a gift for Marley, so he enlisted the help of Ryder to make the entire week special. The only problem was that Ryder still has feelings for Marley, so Jake got all the glory while he got all the heartbreak. Marley is a smart girl and figured out that the ideas were coming from him, and when she said thank you, she gave a kiss in return. Poor Ryder! I know Marley’s taken, but I’m not! Come cry on MY shoulder!
Tina is officially a hag – Don’t worry, it doesn’t have anything to do with her looks. Kurt was at the wedding and while he and Blaine saw it as an opportunity to hook up, Tina saw it as another opportunity for Kurt to hurt Blaine. She and Kurt got in a little fight at the reception, during which he accused her of vapo-raping (his words, not mine) Blaine, which caused her to finally admit she was in love with him. I understand Tina’s behaviour. Unrequited love sucks.
Wedding Sex – Everyone hooks up at weddings, right? At least at Glee weddings they do. While there was a lot of love making happening in Ohio this Valentine’s Day, the two most interesting pairs of the night were Artie and Emma’s handi-capable niece, Betty (recognize her from the Glee Project?) and – the bigger shock – Santana and Quinn! Yes, you read that right. It’s amazing what one too many glasses of rosé can do.
Rachel’s not into labels – And that’s exactly what she told Finn about her relationship with Brody. Open and mature – think Sex and the City. Finn was not buying it, and as he predicted – their serious musical chemistry led to some serious chemistry elsewhere as well. Brody may have been okay with Rachel’s romp down memory lane, but he may not be okay with the label she might be carrying come next week – pregnant.
Best Performance: Ellie Goulding’s “Anything Could Happen,” sung by the entire club. As this week’s episode showed us, it really is true.