'Glee' Recap — A Boy Is Crowned Prom Queen & Someone Dies! Who Will It Be?

Wed, May 11, 2011 8:28am EDT by 20 Comments

‘Glee’ failed to deliver on the big prom episode, but next week comes the big death everyone has been talking about!

Glee, after a block of some very solid episodes, managed to be a total letdown as the kids did prom. The plot lines were ridiculous, the story muddled and please, please NEVER cover an Adele song again — no one is ever going to sing it better than she does! Also, someone it seems is going to die on prom night — but who?

Let’s start with Kurt (Chris Colfer), who after a few weeks being more background found himself the focal point of the episode. he wants to go to the prom in traditional Scottish garb it appears, an homage to the Royal Wedding, much to the dismay of his father and Blaine (Darren Criss). Striking down his Pippa Middleton dreams however, both father and boyfriend advise Kurt against it, though their plea falls of dead ears and Kurt, McKinley High’s new Prom Queen, rocks the pleated kilt.

Speaking of the Prom Queen victory, Kurt’s King is none of than Karofsky (Max Adler), his closeted tormentor turned confidant. A week after so beautifully handling and writing Santana’s (Naya Rivera) coming out, Glee kind of blew it with this whole tory line. Kurt advising Karofsky to come out as he went to take the first dance? Ridiculous.

Also ridiculous, Rachel (Lea Michele) and Quinn’s (Dianna Agron) big fight scene. Where did that come from? And having Jesse (Jonathan Groff) randomly appear? Come on guys.

Now let’s get to the death. At this point my money is on Karofsky doing something in his embarrassment and shame, Kurt’s dad having another episode or Blaine suffering some freak accident. The main cast is safe we know as they were spotted filming in NYC just a week ago, though another bet could be Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch). Does Jane want off the show to pursue her acting?

Who do you think will die?

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kerrion

Posted at 1:06 AM on March 13, 2012  

It is either dianna or karofsky.in episode 14 of season 3 karofsky is commiting suicicde but still lives.He did this because people found out he was gay.Maybe the people who made fun of his butt freakin killed him.Quinn also at the end of the episode on the way to rachels wedding she gets in a bad car accident.Then it said to be continued…WOW.Maybe something just happend.

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nicole

Posted at 1:47 PM on May 12, 2011  

the person being killed is becky. directors gave hints that it is female and DS (down syndrome) so either sue’s sister or becky.

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nicole

Posted at 1:47 PM on May 12, 2011  

the person being killed is becky. directors gave hints that it is female and DS (down syndrome) so either sue’s sister or becky.

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Josie C

Posted at 7:37 AM on May 12, 2011  

I agree, this review is silly. the tension between Quinn and Rachel has been brewing since season 1. any fight, physical or verbal, was inevitable due to the fact that these characters will be gone after season 3. as for Kyle who couldn’t believe how Rachel reacted, this is the same girl who offered up her faux-panties to help keep Quinn’s secret and tried to avoid Finn out of respect for a girl who tormented her. also, she’s so used to the verbal abuse heaped on her in almost every episode that her taking a slap to the face is more than in character for her. and Artie will not be dying, Brittany took him back, he’s featured in the original song being performed at Nationals and Kevin was photographed walking from his trailer dressed for the funeral. the core group of New Directions seem safe based off of behind the scenes vids and photos posted online.

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Kyle

Posted at 11:19 PM on May 11, 2011  

That was SO INTENSE! I loved Jar of Hearts… I LOVE that song and thought it was beautifully done, the way Rachael was talking almost to Finn. I thought that Jesse randomly coming back was STUUUPID!!! As well as the fight between him and Finn…. I actually liked the Rachael/Quinn fight scene but not the way Rachael reacted… She could have AT LEAST gotten mad! I actually like this episode though!!!

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anna

Posted at 9:19 PM on May 11, 2011  

i loved the episode and rolling in the deep was amazing, but maybe this is just hollywood life hate against lea michele talking for them to hate the song, check on itunes i think people like it too.

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Ashley

Posted at 5:47 PM on May 11, 2011  

Aside from the absolutely terrible review of this fantastic episode, I have some thoughts on the possible death

1) My first instinct was coach sylvester – i just think her character has been fizzling lately and the show is carrying on fantastically without that storyline – maybe she wants to pursue her career further?

2) When was the last time anyone heard from Coach Bieste? We haven’t seen her in a long time, who’s to say she hasn’t been doing other work and is going to be killed off?

3) The obvious ones I have heard are Sue’s sister or Becky – which are both possible – I think perhaps Becky more possible.

4) As soon as I red of a death my mind went to Bert Hummell, then my mind switched immediately when I watched last night’s episode to Karofsky, taking his own life. But now everyone’s claiming it’s a female so now I can’t say haha

5) Another thought I had was Quinn – perhaps taking her life because she thinks she is worth nothing more than her looks, but we have seen stills from Nationals and she is clearly there.

Anyways, those are just my thoughts! :)

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Dorothy

Posted at 5:45 PM on May 11, 2011  

There are so many typos in this article. Do you proofread at all?

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Bailey

Posted at 4:35 PM on May 11, 2011  

Whoever wrote this clearly has no idea what they are talking about. First off, last night’s episode was amazing. Second, they were covering John Legend’s interpretation of Rolling in the Deep, not Adele’s version. Third, it’s a female cast member, and I’m 99% sure who it is. Fourth, I loved that Kurt asked Karofsky to come out during the dance. They humiliated Kurt because of their stereotypes of people and if Karofsky would have came out it would have made a statement, the statement that Kurt made. And lastly, if you are going to write a review on something, at least know how to spell Story… not tory. But good try(:

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Joe

Posted at 4:27 PM on May 11, 2011  

It’s been confirmed to be a female cast member.

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Katya

Posted at 2:58 PM on May 11, 2011  

Whoever wrote this is an idiot.

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jay

Posted at 1:37 PM on May 11, 2011  

this is a bad review!! I totally loved this week’s episode!

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rochelli

Posted at 11:23 AM on May 11, 2011  

i loved the episode, fans on twitter were saying good things about the episode, and loved jonathan groff and adele duet was epic just check on itunes.
the tv show review here always diverges against all the other sites review, is just so wrong and poorly written, maybe is time to look for someone not biased in personal dislikes (like the hate hollywood life staff has against lea michele) and qualified to write about storylines, plots, character personality, etc.

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1stLady

Posted at 10:53 AM on May 11, 2011  

I loved this episode. mostly because of all the great Kurt and Artie moments. I love those two. However, they managed to mangle a song that I love “Rolling in the Deep”, whoever had the bright idea to have Rachel and Jesse sing that to each other needs a good slap. On the flip side the guys made me actually like that awful “Friday” song, go figure. And did anyone catch Artie saying he had nothing to live for? He better not be the one to die.

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CJ

Posted at 9:42 AM on May 11, 2011  

How could you not see the slap Quinn gave to Rachel not coming? Her boyfriend couldn’t keep his eyes off Rachel why they were dancing, He got in a fight with her date on the dance floor AND got thrown out of prom. On top of that Quinn doesn’t get voted prom queen-This to her is the crowning (LOL) achievement for her junior year. Kurt gets voted prom queen when he’s not even on the ballot-someone had to set that up (bullyboys from Football team). Quinn had to blame someone of course it was going to be Rachel that got it. I’m thinking Karofsky is going to get killed-someone’s outed him by setting up him and Kurt as King and Queen. By his own design or someone else’s we’ll wait and see.

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Charles

Posted at 9:22 AM on May 11, 2011  

I think it will be Becky’s mother and Sue ends up adopting Becky

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nem

Posted at 9:13 AM on May 11, 2011  

actually it is the writer sucks big time!

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rose

Posted at 9:06 AM on May 11, 2011  

it’s been confirned that next week’s death is FEMALE – bets are either becky or sue’s sister.

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kelly

Posted at 9:04 AM on May 11, 2011  

this site sucks. The episode was great

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Haha

Posted at 9:45 AM on May 11, 2011  

Agreed Kelly. What a terrible “review.” Some of the information is simply wrong, and to not know the death has been confirmed to be female when that is out all over the place is quite bad. And you say the death is supposed to be at prom? Ummmmmmm.

The episode was great, and most sensible reviewers found it to be one of the best written and plotted episodes. But hey, leave it to a gossip website to get it all wrong.

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