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PopWrapped | Television

Pick Your Favorite Threesome In This Week's Installment Of Glee, "Trio"

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Updated 03/5/2014 11:27am
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Christa Tintelnot

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@Christamarie123

Hi Gleeks!  Did you watch the latest episode tonight? This episode was called "Trio" and is the 98th episode of the show. Last week we saw Santana and Rachel get into a huge fight and Tina and Artie compete for valedictorian only to find out that Blaine was given the honor because T & A couldn't figure out who was more worthy of the title. What happens this week? Read on to find out: The episode starts with Mr. Shue teaching a class and Emma coming in saying "we have to do it right now." Yes..."it" is what you think "it" is, considering they went into the faculty bathroom to do "it." Unfortunately, Becky hears a ruckus and opens the door.  Next we see Mr. Shue and Emma sitting in front of Sue who says, "I am disturbed on every level" and that Becky has been "scarred for life." As Tina, Sam and Blaine burst into song, AKA "Jumpin Jumpin" by Destiny's Child, I am a bit confused as to what is going on. During this song, I realize that Tina has been underutilized in the glee club because she has some serious pipes.
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Oh, it was a tryout song to be used for nationals but Mr. Shue and Unique put the kibosh on that. Oh, wait...they only did it for fun and wanted to feel the power of a trio...interesting that this is the title of this week's episode. Will there be more trios in the immediate future?  Yes...I am sure of it. We switch over to the NY cast only to see Rachel in all her diva-ness giving orders. Elliott shows up and gives her a key to his apartment. They have a brief conversation where she says Elliott is her "new best gay" and that Kurt Hummel is a "traitor." Fortunately Elliott changes the subject and suggests that since Rachel is there with a band, they perform a classic song, "Barracuda" by Heart. Best part about this? Nancy Wilson actually plays the guitar on this performance.
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Back to McKinley where Sam and Blaine are trying on their graduation gowns. *tear* I am not the only one who is feeling bittersweet about this moment because Tina walks in, and the waterworks begin. She is having a difficult time with graduation. Back from commercial, we see Emma telling Will she has had a negative pregnancy test. Will reassures her that all is well and that he took it upon himself to make an appointment with a fertility doctor; Emma is not pleased. Next scene, Principal Sue announces over the loudspeaker that they were going to have a senior "lock-in," but that she is cancelling it due to things like budget cuts and Obamacare. Tina is, once again, crushed. Sam and Blaine come up with the idea of having their own "lock-in." We now go to New York where Santana is trying to put a weave in her hair. She calls upon Kurt to help. Who she thinks is Kurt is really Elliott. Santana reveals that she is planning on taking the role of "Fanny Brice" away from Rachel. Elliott reveals to Santana that Rachel is now living with him and she kind of freaks out, calling him a traitor. Back to McKinley for the fake "lock-in." Blaine, looking a bit like a reject super hero, is breaking into the school. Tina and Sam are close behind. Seems like a good time for a song, so they sing "Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds. Unfortunately, they are caught by Becky. Fortunately she just wants to play some Twister while drinking energy drinks. Change scenes to Will, who is painting the craft room and turning it into a nursery...even though they aren't yet pregnant. Sweet moment and he and Emma sing "Danny's Song" by Loggins & Messina. Perfection. Meanwhile, a heavy game of Twister is happening over at McKinley between Becky and Blaine, but Sam and Tina are missing. Blaine goes to find them...and walks in on them making out in the choir room. Blaine is now upset as this ruins their "threesome."
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We return from commercial break with Rachel rushing into the diner, late for work. She discovers Santana and Elliott going over lines. She is not pleased. In the chaos, the group is asked to sing a song for a customer, "Gloria" by Laura Branigan. It turns into a sort of sing-off between Santana and Rachel and fighting for Elliott's attention during the song. It's pretty good. What isn't good is that the girls ask Elliott to choose who was better, and he gets pissed, leaving the band. Back at McKinley, Tina and Sam are trying to apologize to Blaine for their make out session. They tell him that they want to be a trio, not a duet. Blaine declines. After the commercial break, we are with Kurt, Rachel and Santana as Kurt tries to get the girls to be peaceful with each other. Neither is interested though Santana suggests they settle it "LimaHeights" style. Kurt calls them out implying they are both selfish and says the band is done. In his words, "Pamela Lansbury is dead" and he, Elliott and Dani have decided to go on without Santana and Rachel. He does, however, invite them to their first gig. Speaking of the gig, next scene IS the gig. There is obvious tension between Rachel and Santana, who has just walked in. They decide to act as friends, only for the night, to support Kurt. Cue Kurt announcing that "Pamela Lansbury" is dead, but announces their new band, "One Three Hill". They sing "The Happening" by The Supremes. As we return from the final commercial break, we see Rachel going through Santana's panty drawer. She explains, as Santana walks in to find her doing this that she was looking for a candle that was in there before Santana moved in. The girls start a conversation about how they don't really have any other girlfriends, but each other and though Kurt and Elliott are great, they don't really get it. Things come to a head, and they really get honest. The new "One Three Hill" comes into the room at this point, and they encourage the pair to work on their relationship. Back at McKinley, Sam, Tina and Blaine are in the choir room. Blaine says they have had a hard senior year, and he flipped out because they didn't have the perfect night during their "lock in" and that he knows; they will be friends forever. The rest of the glee club joins them for a song, "Hold On" by Wilson Phillips. As is common, the NY peeps have their own scenes here too. Final scene...Emma walks into see Will packing for Nationals and announces that she is pregnant.
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So tell us, Gleeks. What did you think of "Trio"? Are you ready for Nationals next week? Comment, below!

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