Glee: Season 2, Episode 4 :: Duets
In "Duets" (Season 2, Episode 4), Puck goes to jail, Quinn falls in love and everyone’s singing in pairs! Check out Kidzworld’s recap of the newest episode of Glee.
Glee got everyone singing this week with a round of duets. Mr. Schuester challenged the glee club to pair up and give the best performance, with the winners receiving a free dinner at the beloved Breadsticks. Mr. Schu announces that Puck has been sent to juvi for stealing an ATM, and the new kid Sam will take his place.
Fin and Rachel kicked off the duets with a bubbly rendition of “Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart” (with Rachel wearing an adorable heart skirt). In order to keep the new kid around and not break his heart, Rachel and Fin devise a plan to make themselves lose in order for Sam to win. Instead of performing their original Elton John song choice, they decide to go with “Born Again.”
With Sam finally in the glee club, yet another love triangle begins to form. Kurt likes Sam who likes Quinn who wants a boy- and drama-free year. Kurt tries to get Sam to sing a duet with him, but in the end Sam and Quinn end up singing together and Kurt sings alone. Quin and Sam’s romantic version of Jason Mraz’s “Lucky” wins them the competition and by the end of the episode Quinn just can’t deny their chemistry. What better couple than the head cheerleader and the quarterback?
Meanwhile, drama between Brittany and Santana continues as usual, with Santana pairing up with Mercedes to sing the powerful “River Deep, Mountain High” while Tina and Mike took the stage with their theatrical performance of “Sing.” Regardless of who they sang with, the glee kids remained trouble free this episode with the absence of Sue Sylvester and bad-boy Puck.
Will Puck be back next episode or will he be gone for a while? Stay tuned for more Glee!
The following songs were performed on this week’s episode of Glee:
- “Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart” by Elton John
- “Lucky” by Jason Mraz
- “Le Jazz Hot” from Victor/Victoria
- “Sing” from A Chorus Line
- “River Deep, Mountain High” by Ike and Tina Turner