Glee recap: Baby Got Some Issues

McKinley's Sadie Hawkins dance presents problems for everyone, including people who are no longer in high school
Ep. 11 | Aired Jan 24, 2013

THINK IT'S FLY? The guys give viewers a lesson in '90s hits. 

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-“Locked Out Of Heaven” (Original by Bruno Mars): My favorite number of the night. The ladies took to the stage to show the boys how it's done. The harmonies -- especially towards the end -- were fantastic, and the energy was great as well. A

-“No Scrubs” (Original by TLC): Aww man. I'm sure viewers will be divided, but I thought the guys' cover of this female empowerment track at the dance was unexpected silly fun. Total commitment plus sweet dance moves? All in. B+

-“Tell Him” (Original by The Exciters): The performance was a total blast, with the girls (including Unique!) rocking out with great dance moves in coordinating blue dresses. Vocally, it wasn't the strongest of the night, but it was a fun couple of minutes. B+

Top Lines: All Noah Puckerman Edition:

“As long as you get on base, you’ve got an opportunity to score.”

“You’ve got to resist that Jesus-loving little devil.”

“Don’t you worry, little brother from a different-colored mother, I’ll make her go away.”

“Leave my brother A-L-O-N.”

“Puckermans are like chocolate chip cookies right out of the oven. Sure, you know we’re not good for you, but as soon as you get a whiff of our fresh-baked goodness, the next thing you know you’re lying in bed, covered in crumbs, crying.”

“Amateurs have threesomes, professionals have foursomes.”

Let’s hear it. What did you think of "Sadie Hawkins"?

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