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Glee: Season 2, Episode 12 :: Silly Love Songs

Feb 07, 2011

Glee returned to its regular season slot with Silly Love Longs (Season 2, Episode 12), an episode that embraced the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday with songs fit for any romance.

The kids on Glee got hit by cupid’s arrow this week, with everyone stirring up the relationship pot. Everyone and anyone was pairing up, leaving those who were single to wallow on their own.

Finn, Quinn and Rachel

In the last episode Quinn and Finn shared an unexpected kiss. Since Finn is now a single man, he begins to wonder what it would be like to get back together with Quinn. Unfortunately for him, Quinn is still locking lips with Sam, and has no intention of breaking up. In order to get Quinn to kiss him again, Finn sets up a kissing booth in the hallway at school.

Rachel, desperate to win back Finn, decides to buy a kiss and trick him into falling in love with her. When he kisses her on the cheek instead of the mouth she freaks out and reveals her true feelings. Although Finn gives her a star necklace (that was originally intended as a Christmas gift) he tells her he needs to be alone for a while and doesn’t trust her since she cheated on her.

Puck and His Lady Love

Before the break, Puck recruited a larger girl named Lauren to the glee club when they were short on numbers. In order to convince her to join he offered her seven minutes in heaven. But, the kissing experience wasn’t what he expected. Instead, Lauren criticized Puck’s skills and he began to fall for her. This week Puck tried his best to make Lauren his girl. Unfortunately, she wasn’t having any of it. Despite his serenading efforts, she still turned him down and broke his heart.

The Gap

Blaine asks his singing entourage to help him romance his boyfriend. Kurt urges everyone to agree, assuming Blaine is talking about him. To his surprise, Blaine is actually dating another boy who works at The Gap. After embarrassing him at the store, The Gap boy tells Blaine that they aren’t really dating. But then Kurt comes in to save the day and tell Blaine that he really cares about him. One step back for Gap boy, one step ahead for Kurt!

Set List

  • ”Fat Bottomed Girls” by Queen
  • ”Pretty Young Thing” by Michael Jackson
  • ”When I Get You Alone” by Robin Thicke
  • ”Fireworks” by Katy Perry
  • ”Silly Love Songs” by Paul McCartney
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