Plus, Rachel and Santana’s feud continued and even separated the band, Pamela Lansbury. Not to worry, Kurt’s new band has a way better name.
It’s about time Glee gets a happy ending! On the March 4 episode, McKinley High was prepping for graduation and trying to figure out the best way to savor every minute. But for Will (Matthew Morrison) and Emma (Jayma Mays), they just wanted to create a family together.
One Trio Turns Into A Twosome — While One Twosome Creates A Trio
Back at McKinley High, Sam (Chord Overstreet), Blaine (Darren Criss) and Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) formed a trio of their own and are working extremely hard on making every memory of high school last. The three of them hosted a lock-in to try to calm Tina the F down — and sang a pretty amazing version of “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” — until they got caught by Becky (Lauren Potter) who wanted to be apart of it all.[hl_ndn videoid=”25680169″][hl_ndn videoid=”25662908″]
So, that little interruption led to a make-out session between Tina and Sam . . . yes, you read that right. Blaine was pissed the night was ruined, but got over it by singing together (big shocker), a goodbye song from the seniors — the three of them, plus Artie (Kevin McHale).
However, our favorite relationship as per usual was Will (Matthew Morrison) and Emma (Jayma Mays) — and they finally turned into a trio! After spending the episode being mushy, in love (and singing a kick-a– version of “Danny’s Song”), the couple worked hard to get pregnant. Of course, once they stopped trying, she spilled that she was expecting! We can’t think of anything better than a baby Wemma!
Rachel & Santana Pin Starchild Against Each Other
A few miles east in New York, Rachel (Lea Michele) and Santana (Naya Rivera) are still fighting — and now they’ve brought Elliot, AKA “Starchild” (Adam Lambert), right in the middle. However, after Rachel moves him with him and sings a super sexual version of “Barracuda” with him, Santana decides to start paying him to help her rehearse. Of course, he quickly got over that arrangement, and told Kurt (Chris Colfer) he was out of the band.
While it was nice to see the fall out — Santana calling Rachel a crazy B and Rachel making fun of her weave — Kurt, Dani (Demi Lovato) and Starchild decided to kick them both out of Pamela Lansbury, and create a trio called “One Three Hill.” Creative, Ryan Murphy. Well done.
We’ve got to say that One Three Hill wasn’t as good as Pamela Lansbury, and Rachel and Santana both admitted that they missed having girlfriends in the city — but their bonding moment was interrupted by the new trio. We have high hopes they’ll rekindle that showmance they’ve got going on, but it probably will hold out for a few more episodes.
With the New Directions heading to Nationals next week, we’re sure Emma will be taken care of — cue Coach Beast (Dot Marie Jones) and Sue (Jane Lynch). We can’t wait to see Nationals! Are you excited, HollywoodLiifers?
— Emily Longeretta