Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) convinces the school to put on the first annual Sadie Hawkins dance, where the girls ask the guys out. Inspired by this event, Finn (Cory Monteith) requests that the girls of New Directions sing a song of their choice to a guy in the group, thus asking them to the dance as well. It seems like a fun idea until Tina starts serenading Blaine (Darren Criss). Sadly (but definitely not shockingly), Blaine turns her down. Tina is floored.
While you may think you know why Blaine turned down Tina, think again. It’s not because she’s a woman — it’s because she’s not who he currently has a crush on! Blaine breaks down and tells Tina that he has a crush on… Sam (Chord Overstreet)! (I’m going to be completely honest and say that I’m totally on board this ship. BLAM!)
Aside from these two odd, but cute crushes we have on our hands, much of the Ohio storyline revolved around Sam trying to figure out how The Warblers could have cheated at sectionals. Surprisingly, he cracked the mystery with a few yearbook photos and one useful cellphone video.
Apparently, The Warblers took steroids and that’s how they did all those crazy flips during sectionals, helping them come out on top!
Sam may have saved the glee club, and I’m almost positive that makes him even more sexy in Blaine’s eyes.
New York, New York
While Rachel (Lea Michele) continues advancing her relationship with Brody (Dean Geyer), Kurt (Chris Colfer) meets a new friend at NYADA.
Feeling a bit lost as a new student, Kurt ventures out to find an extracurricular activity to partake in. After spotting a flyer for The Adam’s Apples, a show choir group, Kurt meets the group’s leader, Adam (Oliver Kieran-Jones), who urges him to join.
While Rachel insists it’d be career suicide, Kurt can’t help but follow his gut — and his feelings. Mr. Hummel appears to have a crush on Adam. In fact, Kurt follows Adam around campus, pretending to accidentally run into him. Finally, after three or four run-ins, Kurt musters up the courage to ask Adam for his number.
Meanwhile, Rachel appears to be absolutely enamored with Brody. That is, until he shows up 45 minutes late to a dinner she prepared. Rachel puts her foot down, insisting she won’t put up with such behavior. However, Brody uses some smooth moves while apologizing and Rachel ends up asking him to move in with her!
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— Chris Rogers
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