‘Glee’ Recap: Blaine Admits That Sam’s His Guilty Pleasure

Thu, March 21, 2013 11:01pm EDT by 5 Comments
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Plus, Rachel finds out the truth about Brody and New Directions slam Chris Brown.

After last week’s emotional episode (“Feud”) of Glee, it was refreshing to get a rather campy episode on March 21, where we got a taste of everyone’s “Guilty Pleasures.”

Blaine (Darren Criss) catches Sam (Chord Overstreet) stealing macaroni from the cafeteria and assumes he’s hard up for money. As Blaine tries to slip him fifty bucks, Sam confesses that he’s not poor, but likes to make macaroni portraits! He’s done Emma Stone, LeAnn Rimes, Ralph Macchio and even Kurt (Chris Colfer).

After Sam’s admission, he and Blaine get the idea to have New Directions cover songs that are guilty pleasures. Mr. Schue (Matthew Morrison) is out with “the flu,” so BLAM is leading the group this week.

Brittany (Heather Morris) invites Kitty (Becca Tobin) onto her webcast show “Fondue For Two” in hopes of getting her to be more nice. The head cheerleader confesses her guilty pleasure is The Spice Girls and the girls perform “Wannabe.”

Sam sings Barry Manilow’s “Copacabana” before Blaine basically seranades him with Phil Collins’ “Take A Look At Me Now.” After the performance, Sam admits that he’s not oblivious to Blaine’s crush on him. In fact, he says that he would be offended if Blaine wasn’t into him. (I’m sorry, but I love these two together. Dating or not, BLAM belongs together!)

Chris Brown Gets Slammed By New Directions

Jake (Jacob Artist) plans on singing a Chris Brown song, but the glee club is infuriated with this decision. They say they can’t support someone who beat up their girlfriend, Rihanna, dissed Frank Ocean, and then got a tattoo of a battered woman on his neck. (“Down with the Brown” were Artie’s exact words.) Instead, Jake picks a different Brown — Bobby Brown. He sings “My Prerogative,” but still offends Marley (Melissa Benoist) because Bobby allegedly got Whitney Houston hooked on crack.

Rachel Confronts Brody About Being A Male Prostitute

In New York, we find out that Brody (Dean Geyer) dumped Rachel (Lea Michele) without an explanation. Santana (Naya Rivera) is living with Kurt and Rachel, and she drops the bomb that Brody is a male prostitute. Rachel confronts Brody and he admits that Finn (Cory Monteith) made a trip to New York to bust his face up. Rachel seems impressed.

My own guilty pleasure: Every morning, I listen to Fifth Harmony’s rendition of “Anything Could Happen.”

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? What’s YOUR guilty pleasure?

— Chris Rogers

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