Glee recap: They kissed. Everyone won.

At Regionals, there are two losses and two major wins as New Directions takes on the Warblers
Ep. 16 | Aired Mar 15, 2011

ONE-OF-A-KIND: Originals songs made for a few unforgettable moments.

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I’m a sucker for a Warbler-ized pop song, especially when it makes Blaine dance and make his weird, animated faces. They’re simply adorable, and these Warblers are simply amazing. A

Who decided that Kurt was the only person who could sing Beatles solos in season 2? Because I want to hug them. A-

“Trouty Mouth”
If we’re taking this song as a joke, it gets a B- because Santana sounded great. But when I think about how bad I felt for Sam watching his utter mortification, D. Glee’s the anti-bully show, right?

“Big Ass Heart”
I loved the lyrics, I liked Puck’s voice, I adored watching Lauren groove to this song. B

“Hell to the No”
I would never throw sticks at this song. A-

“Jesus Is My Friend”
…no. C-

It’s really hard for this pair to live up to the awesomeness of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” I’m sure they could one day, but this one fell a bit short for me musically. (Did the harmonies sound a little off for anyone else?) In the context of the show, however, it was a great moment. B

“Raise Your Glass”
iPod, meet your new obsession. A

“Get It Right”
Y’all know by now that I’ve never met a power ballad that I didn’t like. This is no exception. Also, the message of the song is so incredibly worldly, whether you take it in the context of romance, ambition, or life in general. It’s sappy goodness. And if I’m being honest…yes, it made me cry the first time I heard it. Dork. A

“Loser Like Me”
This one took a little time to grow on me. I liked it better on the show than when I heard it by itself, which is weird because it’s exactly the same thing. Goes to show how much of a difference a good performance (with slushies!) makes. B


“The only Berry on my family treeeeeeeeeeeeeee.” – Rachel’s song

“Prom queens live on average five years longer than regular people because they smile a lot, and smiling has been proven to ward off diseases.” -- Quinn

“Consider this the opening salvo of World War Sue.” – Sue

“All I know is that you blew me off with stubbles McCripple pants.” – Santana

“Kurt, there’s a moment when you say to yourself, ‘Oh, there you are. I’ve been looking for you forever.’” – Blaine

Schue: What’s your favorite song of all time?
Brittany: “My Headband.”

“That Dalton Academy, is it a gay school or is it just a school that appears gay?” – Sister Mary Constance

“Can I add a dash of Rod to this lady soup?” -- Rod Remington

"The competition season is over, but we'll still get to perform. We do nursing-home shows all the time, and do you know how many Gaps there are in Ohio? Tons." -- Blaine

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