Glee: Season 4, Episode 17 :: Guilty Pleasures
This week on Glee (Season 4, Episode 17) with Schue down with the flu, everyone reveals their musical guilty pleasures! Find out more in the Kidzworld Recap of "Guilty Pleasures" which aired March 21st, 2013.
The New Directions girls channel The Spice Girls! Courtesy of FOX
Blaine and Sam get everyone to reveal their guilty pleasures Courtesy of FOX
Back in NY it's roommates over romance with Kurt, Santana and Rachel Courtesy of FOX
When Blaine catches Sam stealing pasta from the school cafeteria he worries that his friend has fallen on hard times and offers him $50, forcing Sam to reveal that he's not hard-up for food but has a secret guilty pleasure - macaroni art! With Schue down with the flu this week the dynamic duo take over the New Directions and get everyone to reveal their personal guilty pleasures too, but Blaine doesn't reveal a major secret he's been keeping all along, his crush on Sam! However it t turns out Sam has known all along, and the two hug it out, aaaawwww!
Blaine wasn't the only one being called out, Brittany accuses Kitty of being two-faced on an episode of Fondue for Two, inspiring Kitty to make more of an effort with her fellow New Directioners and in the process seems to have caught Artie's eye, potential romance?
Meanwhile in New York Rachel is still reeling from discovering that Brody is an escort, and he has since moved out of the apartment without so much as a farewell. Rachel thinks it could still work out, but Santana gives her nothing but tough love. Rachel confronts Brody with a stack of bills asking if that's enough to buy his time for dinner, but afterwards they have a real conversation about how he knows she hooked up with Finn in Ohio and believes that she's still in love with him. Rachel admits she may have been using him to make Finn jealous. By the end of the episode Rachel is thanking her friends for the tip off and considering dating older men.
- Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
- Take A Look At Me Now
- My Prerogative
- Mama Mia
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