Glee recap: There's No Guilt In Pleasure

With Mr. Schu away, the Glee club members decide to explore their most embarrassing guilty pleasures
Ep. 17 | Aired Mar 21, 2013

SPICE UP YOUR LIFE Brittany (Heather Morris), Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz), Marley (Melissa Benoist), Unique (Alex Newell) and Kitty (Becca Tobin) act out their guilty pleasure -- the Spice Girls.

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But don't worry guys. Marley quickly forgave her dashing beau and admitted that her guilty pleasure was anything starring Jessica Simpson. OK, enough with the show's most adorable couple. Let's get to the show's potentially most adorable couple: Sam and Blaine. Now that they were both out of the closet with their guilty pleasures, it was time for a good ol' confrontation. In Sam's words, "I'm your guilty pleasure." Apparently, Sam had known about Blaine's crush on him for a while, and he was OK with it. In fact, he would have been a little offended if it didn't exist. And in terms of the sometimes awkward tension that comes about as a result of Blaine's crush? Sam called it flattering. Well, that's one way to look at it, I guess.

Miles away in NYC, Rachel couldn't find a way to forgive Brody. After Santana revealed the fact that Brody was a gigolo, Rachel confronted him at school (P.S. When does Kate Hudson come back?!). Brody admitted to his mistakes, but he also called Rachel out on the fact that she slept with Finn at Mr. Schu's non-wedding and that she was still in love with him. And when Rachel found out that Finn was the one who defended her honor with Brody, she admitted to wanting to make Finn jealous. The vocally-talented couple ended things the only way they knew how -- with a song. Radiohead's "Creep" to be exact.

And after Rachel was done creepin', she returned home -- where Kurt and Santana were enjoying a Facts of Life marathon with their boyfriend arms -- and thanked Santana. Oh, and then she invited her to live with them permanently (yay!). The episode came to a close with a performance of "Mamma Mia" that involved lots of gold and white, a number of hula hoops and some rather snazzy platform shoes. I don't know that there is a better way to end an episode than with gold platform shoes.

So are Rachel and Finn going to get back together now, or did you believe her when she said she wanted an older man? And what was that weird vibe happening between Artie and Kitty? Could they become a thing? And when will we learn more about Ryder's cyber-girlfriend? Was it Jake? Do you want to see more Emma and Schu? And how much longer until Kurt ditches his boyfriend pillow and goes back to the adorable arms of Blaine?

NEXT: Musical grades and top lines

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