Each GLEE-Tail: Intercourse On A Stick & Every Shippers Dream.
Last night time’s Glee reaffirmed that this season is on most positively on track. As all the time, the present really triumphs when it tackles essential delicate subjects – faith, sexuality, Britney Spears – and final night’s episode about Rachel and Kurt shedding their virginity was no exception. From the music to the tone, all the pieces really fell into place to seize the beauty of somebody’s first time and send shippers of these two pairings into fangasims.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD FROM LAST NIGHT’S EPISODE OF GLEE. DO NOT READ ANY FURTHER IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW OR ARE SAVING YOURSELF TO WATCH IT AT THE RIGHT TIME. (PUN INTENDED)
The First Time kicked off with Rachel and Blaine in rehearsals for the varsity musical, West Aspect Story. While their rendition of Tonight leaves Beiste in tears, Artie appears like there is something missing from their performance: passion. As their director, he means that these two virgins do the deed to provide their roles as Maria and Tony more honesty. The fact that Artie calls them both out on being boring virgins might seem a little harsh to some, but we had been bothered extra by Lea Michele clutching sheet music. Yeah, right. Like Rachel Berry doesn’t know ALL the words to EVERY music in West Facet Story. PLEASE!
Anyway, we learn that the boyfriends are retaining their relationship on hold sexually till Kurt feels extra comfortable. It’s not like he hasn’t thought of it (Twi-exhausting fantasies anyone?), it’s just that Kurt is a romantic and desires to wait. Rachel, then again, decides to commit to her ambition and prepares to go all the way in which with Finn for the sake of her acting. Nonetheless, Finn pulls the plug on their romantic night when he finds this out and Rachel’s left to face her selfishness … again.
Issues get sophisticated for Klaine too when a brand new man stirs up trouble. The Warblers new lead singer, Sebastian, takes an on the spot liking to Blaine and he begins to scheme methods to put off Kurt. His plan takes the three of them to Lima’s only gay bar, Scandals, for Drag Queen Wednesdays. Whereas Sebastian tries to make his move on Blaine, Kurt is met on the bar by a well-recognized face: his former bully, Dave Karofsky. Having changed schools for his senior yr, Karofsky has finally discovered some peace, even if he hasn’t completely come out yet. He toasts Kurt and himself for taking “child steps” in becoming the boys they want to be. It was a extremely outstanding, stand-alone scene, made that much better by the sultry sounds of Thelma Houston.