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Glee: Season 2, Episode 20 :: Prom Queen

May 10, 2011

Prom Date

This week’s episode of Glee focused on the long awaited McKinley High prom. While everyone has been wondering who will be crowned king and queen, they were also wondering who would be taking who. Kurt asks Blaine, but he declines since he had a bad experience at a past dance. Since Finn is now with Quinn, Rachel is dateless, as is Mercedes. The two join forces and tell Sam they will pay him $20 to go with them to the dance. Lucky for Rachel, her past flame Jesse (from Vocal Adrenaline) shows up and asks to be her date. While we haven’t forgiven him for last season, the two sound so good singing Adele’s ‘Rolling in the Deep’ we can’t help but be happy he is back.

King and Queen

A few episodes ago Santana and Karofsky teamed up to try to steal the title of prom queen and king from Quinn and Finn, who they thought would be the natural winners. While the plan paid off for Karofsky – he won prom king – Santana was left out in the cold when Kurt was awarded prom queen. Shocked, he bolts from the building, feeling like everyone is teasing him. At the dance Jesse gets a little frisky with Rachel, causing Finn to step in. Quinn sees Finn talking to Rachel and freaks out, slapping Rachel in the face and making Finn think twice about his choice of a girlfriend. Is Finn regretting dumping Rachel? Will she get back together with Jesse?

Next week on Glee there is an unexpected funeral. Who do you think is going to die? Stay tuned for more Glee!

 

Set List

  • ‘Dancing Queen’ by ABBA
  • ‘I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance With You’ by Black Kids
  • ‘Rolling in the Deep’ by Adele
  • ‘Jar of Hearts’ by Christina Perri
  • ‘Isn’t She Lovely’ by Stevie Wonder

 

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princess24816

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i hate glee!
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OMG its so sad that Britny wont let that weelchair dude go out with her just cause he s...
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