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The Cleveland Show
May 02 2012, 02:00 PM by Christine Montgomery
In this week's Glee-cap we look at some favourite moments from the episode 'Choke', get a sneak peek at next week's episode 'Prom-a-saurus', and catch up on the most exciting news from the world of all things Glee!
First of all, can I just say Kurt TOTALLY nailed his performance of 'Not the Boy Next Door' at the NYADA audition? I think it's safe to say Kurt will probably get accepted and be NYC bound after graduation. What do you think that means for Kurt and Blaine?
Kurt: Once, La Thibodeaux stopped a performance of Medea at The Met because someone glanced at their watch while she was doing one of her 'I'm killing my babies' arias.
I'm pretty sure I'd be dang nervous auditioning for Whoopi Goldberg too; but it was SO sad to watch Rachel totally fudge up her audition! Kurt still thinks Rachel has a shot of getting in to NYADA, but Rachel doesn't seem so sure. I keep thinking "If only Rachel had performed her totally AH-mazing rendition of Kelly Clarkson's 'Cry' from later in the episode at her audition!" Do you think Rachel still has a shot of getting in to NYADA?
Back at McKinley High, Puck needs to pass Geography or he won't graduate high school. Puck tries to put the moves on the prof to get the grade (total fail), and then triumphantly sings 'School's Out' to prove how little he cares about flunking out. That is, until Puck's dad returns after 5 years of being absent to borrow money off Puck. Puck realizes that if he doesn't want to end up like his father he's gotta get his game together, and all the bros get on board to help Puck pass geography. An all-night rockin' study jam ensues, and even though it was awesome to watch, it wasn't enough to help Puck pass. It will be interesting to find out how flunking will effect Puck in upcoming episodes.
Artie: Moving on, what rhymes with Pre-industrial European deforestation?
Which brings us to the last, and definitely the heaviest conflict in this week's episode of Glee: domestic violence. We find out Colter has been hitting Beiste. Everyone finds out and is totally shook up by the news. In the end Beiste tells Sue she's moved into her sisters house, but it's a lie. Beiste is afraid she won't find anyone else who will love her, and secretly moves back home with Colter.
Next week, in a moment we've all been waiting for, Glee returns with a new episode about all things PROM! Brittany goes into high gear as class president to spearhead the prom. Then, after prom king and queen nominations are announced, the kids kick into campaign mode, and some of the outcasts organize a rival celebration.
And a little BT-dubs for all the high-schoolers out there, we've got a totally amazingly awesome Glee contest going on right now for any high school student looking to have an unforgettable prom of their very own. All you have to do is write 500 words about why your school should win the prize, and you could get $50,000 towards the ultimate Gleeked-out prom! The contest just opened, and you have until May 20th to think of every reason why your high school rocks.
Prom is like our Oscars - Santana in 'Prom Queen'
Watch Glee Tuesdays at 8.00 et/pt.