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Glee: 06x05 The Hurt Locker, Part 2

Christa Tintelnot | PopWrapped Author

Christa Tintelnot

03/09/2015 10:35 pm
PopWrapped | Television
Glee: 06x05 The Hurt Locker, Part 2 | Glee
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Hey guys! Tonight, part two of “The Hurt Locker” aired and our favorite glee club certainly had some challenges ahead of them, no thanks to one Sue Sylvester. Were the glee kids able to do well in Sue’s twisted Invitationals? Read on to find out: Sue Sue announces that she will be judging the invitationals and she announces new rules…including an “old school” theme. She also states that New Directions will need to have 12 members before they are able to perform. Sam and Sue Hypnosis is still happening and Sue hypnotizes Sam again. This time, for him to make the New Directions to sing certain songs for Invitationals. They are all part of the “Worst Glee Club Set Of All Time” according to Sue. Rachel and Will Yikes! There is a lot of shade between these two after what happened last week. They eventually make up, however, and it’s like the old Mr. Shue and Rachel…including figuring out that Sue manipulated them. Rachel, Kurt and New Directions In an effort to get more members in the New Directions, Kurt suggests that they need Kitty on their side, to Rachel’s chagrin. Rachel, however, tries to win Kitty over, but Kitty is not interested until Rachel tells her that glee club will be at McKinley permanently. Kitty goes back to Rachel, however, and helps her get into Sue’s office in order to get the best songs possible, those that will pull on her emotional vulnerability, to sing for invitationals. In addition to getting new members through Kitty, Sam also gets Spencer to join. The New Directions performs and Sue is brought to tears. Walter and Kurt Kurt is on a second(?!) date with Walter, the 50-something guy he met online. Sue, AKA Waitress Susan, shows up complete with a Klaine pin to take their order. Klaine Still a little awkward between these two until they get locked in an elevator that isn’t really an elevator. (Obviously set up by Sue to get them together) Everyone starts to notice they are missing, but the show must go on and the Warblers perform without their coach. Rachel eventually contacts the police, but is interrupted by Sam with the new songs and his declaration of love. She literally snaps him out of it, though. Back in the elevator, easily the most creepy Glee scene of all time occurs…a scary Sue Jigsaw doll on a tricycle tells Klaine to kiss in order to get out of the elevator. They give each other a peck, but that’s not enough. So, the doll tells them that the heat will be getting higher and higher until they have to take off all of their clothes. #Creepytimes10 It seems as if these two are in the elevator for a long time considering they start playing games that end up reflecting on their relationship. Unfortunately, it’s cut short by a return of the Sue doll who tries again to convince them to kiss. They do, and it’s awesome. Later, they confront Sue and tell her that it backfired, because they got over their bitterness and they are better as friends. She, however, has them right where she wants them, so she tells Becky. Invitationals The Dalton Warblers come in third, Vocal Adrenaline comes in second, and the New Directions bring home the invitational trophy. Clint, the lead singer of Vocal Adrenaline is quite unhappy, going so far as to threaten Will. As he storms off, Sue comes in and tells Will that the songs New Direction sang purged her anger, though it doesn’t seem to be purged… As the New Directions put their new trophy on display, Kitty gives them a very Santana-esque speech in an attempt to bring everyone together. They end on a high note and next week LOOKS AMAZING!!!!!


“My Sharona” by The Knack – Sung by The Warblers – Short and sweet. I am not, unfortunately, a Warblers fan. “You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)” by Dead or Alive – Sung by The Warblers – It was good, I was expecting a bit more. “It Must Have Been Love” by Roxette – Sung by The New Directions – It started out a bit drab, but improved. “Father Figure” – by George Michael – Sung by The New Directions – Great performance in my opinion. I really liked it and I love Roderick’s voice. “All Out of Love” – by Air Supply – Sung by The New Directions – It’s good. It’s definitely a cool arrangement, but not my fave. (Don’t tell anyone, but this is one of my most favorite songs of all time)

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