Two for Tea, Tea for Two
Pretty straightforward this week: The Glee club is asked to break off into pairs to perform a duet in front of the class in the chance to win the coveted prize of dinner for two at Breadsticks.
The kids then proceed to play musical partners with one another which eventually lead each one on to the road of self discovery.
TO BELIEVE OR NOT TO BELIEVE
After last week's circus-like Brtiney Spears episode, Glee does a 180 and produces one of the most emotional and possibly controversial episodes of the entire series. It all starts when Finn sees an image of Jesus Christ burned into his grill cheese sandwich.
So Emma started dating this dreamy new dentist Carl (John Stamos). Then all the kids started visiting him, but every time he put them under they started dreaming about Britney Spears. The dreams were so vivid, all that was on everyone's mind was Britney this, Britney that.
Beauties & The Beiste
The groundbreaking, Emmy-winning, water cooler whispering, pop culture denting first season of Glee was a tough act to follow, but season two was up for the task and it didn't waste time.