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Glee: Season 4, Episode 15 :: Girls (and Boys) on Film

Mar 08, 2013

This week on Glee (Season 4, Episode 15) the Glee Club is inspired by their favorite songs from movies. Find out more in the Kidzworld Recap of "Girls (and Boys) on Film" which aired March 7th, 2013.

A Tribute to Songs From Movies

Mr. Schuester mourns the loss of his runaway bride by watching old movies. It's these films that inspire the topic for this week's Glee Club: songs from movies. Mr. Schuester poses a challenge: a girls against boys movie song mash-up performance. The winning group will win starring roles in Artie's first ever movie! The boys perform a mash-up of songs from two Tom Cruise films, while the girls embrace their inner "Material Girl."

The Truth Comes Out

During this episode, those racked with guilt - Marley, Finn and Rachel - finally reveal the truth. Marley, guilt-ridden from kissing Ryder, lets the cat out of the bag after Jake reenacts the romantic pottery wheel scene from Ghost. Clearly devastated, Jake leaves without a word. Finn pulls a ruse to find out where Miss Pillsbury has been hiding out. He encourages Mr. Schuester to make an elaborate gesture to win her back. So Mr. Schuester reenacts the "John Cusack holding a boombox" scene from Say Anything... while the Glee Club sings back up. But while one relationship is rekindled, another may be snuffed out. Finn tells Mr. Schuester the truth - that he kissed Miss Pillsbury. 

Snow In NYC

Meanwhile in New York, Rachel, Kurt, Adam and Santana are snowed in together. They take advantage of their down time by watching Moulin Rouge, during which Kurt fantasizes about he and Blaine singing a romantic duet from the film, making him realize that he's still in love with Blaine. Rachel defends Brody when Santana accuses him of being a drug dealer. Her argument? She found $1,200 in cash and a pager while rooting around in their apartment. At the end of the episode, Santana confronts Rachel about the positive pregnancy test that she found in the trash can, causing Rachel's tough front to crumble.

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Maybe they will get back together again...
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