Now, I’m totally sure at this moment that Blaine’s love is not Kurt. So I’m going to
confess something to you: I fast-forwarded through this thing to find out what
happens, because that’s how much I didn’t want to see Kurt crushed. I just
couldn’t stand it. Honestly, what am I, in high school?
But for purposes of this recap, we’ll go back to the actual
timeline of the episode. You can always scroll down if you can’t stand to wait.
In the choir room, Mr Shu draws big heart and the word “love,”
and says – and pay attention because this is almost the only thing he says all
night – “I have one word for you…”
all excited because she thinks she knows, and says, “Is it love?”
Of course, it is. I mean, there’s a valuable word clue. And she’s
very happy, because “I’m totally going to graduate now!” Then she
ruins my night by hugging Artie. I’d
briefly forgotten they were still together. See, I believe Brad
Falchuk’s promise that “Brittana is on. Brittana was always on.”
I do. Na na na I can’t hear you.
The Valentine’s Day assignment for Glee Club is for each
person to partner up with someone and pick the song that sums up what love is
to them. It’s interesting that although Brittany
is still wrapped around Artie, when Mr. Schu mentions pairing up and singing
together, she looks at Santana. Which
reminds me, at least, of the last duet conversation those two had. In bed.
Puck looks at Lauren, who ignores him.
Then Finn takes the floor, explaining that he attributes the
fact that no one in Glee Club has been slusheed for a whole week to his
football victory. And just like other famous athletes, Finn wants to donate to
a charity: “You guys.” He’s going to set up a kissing booth and
donate the proceeds to the Glee Club.
There are a lot of close-ups of Santana
in this scene. I approve. And while her style is very different than Chris
Colfer’s, Naya Rivera can do a
helluva lot with her face, too.