Friday, March 11, 2011

Glee Recap: Sexy

 In this week´s episode, Glee was determined to show the real meaning behind the word "Sexy" and boy, were they successful.

 After a couple of somehow slow episodes, this week the storylines finally developed into a journey of unleashed emotions and feelings that the characters expressed through the music. Plus, Gwyneth Paltrow is back as Holly Holiday which is always a good thing!

 If you haven´t watched this week´s episode we strongly advise you to stop reading! If you have, then turn your ventilators on, cause the temperature is about to rise up...

 Lets go right to the chase. The kids from New Directions are struggling with sex issues and their lack of information on the subject. Holly Holiday offers to help once more, this time by using the Glee club songs as a way to teach them about the consequences that come with having sexual relationships.

 First things first, Gwyneth Paltrow has proven what a good asset to the show she is. Her character is fresh, dynamic and keeps the story interesting by shaking things up. Her interaction with the kids and her new found chemistry with Will brought some amazing (and highlarious) moments to the episode.

 Nothing like a substitute teacher to have an epiphany. Emma finally accepted the fact that she still has feelings for Will and this may be the reason she hasn´t done the dirty with her sexy husband. We predict some major trouble ahead.

 Santana´s and Brittany´s relationship was finally adressed in a non-superficial way, giving a much needed depth to both characters. We even got to feel some appreciation for Naya Rivera´s character for the very first time. Please Ryan Murphy, keep those scenes coming...

 Blaine and Kurt´s relationship continues to develop as they touched upon the issue of sexual awareness in gay kids. What a lovely and realistic way to portray such a delicate situation that young gays go through regarding their sexuality and family. Plus, this also paved the way for another great scene between Kurt (Chris Colfer) and his dad (Mike O´Malley) and you know how much we love those two together.

 So, to sum things up:

The Best: Gwyneth Paltrow. Santana and Brittany being honest with the true nature of their relationship. Gwyneth Paltrow. Kurt and his dad have the talk. Gwyneth Paltrow. Holly and Will finally hooking up. Oh and did we mention how awesome Gwyneth Paltrow is?

The Worst: Quinn is quickly becoming the most annoying character on the show. Her quest to becoming the leader of the school is seriously lame and non-realistic. Plus, her romance with Finn is unnecessary and predictable.

Quote To Remember: "Don´t throw yourself around like you don´t matter" - Burt

Best Musical Number: Kiss by Will and Holly

The Moment: Santana opens up to Britanny in the school hallway about her real feelings soon after they perform the wonderful Stevie Nicks classic, Landslide.

 What was your take on this week´s episode? Strip it down in the comments below!

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