While Sarah seems extremely comfortable roughing it up and peeing in the woods, Felix equates camping with being homeless in the country. Obviously he’s never been to A-Camp.
This week on “Faking It,” the lesbians got crowned homecoming queens and everybody had sexual dreams about each other!
Felix says they need an idea to trap Donnie, and Alison tells him what every college student already knows: drinking leads to ideas.
This week on Glee, “Funny Girl” opened and Santana came back!
In the first episode of “Faking It,” two girls are mistaken for a lesbian couple and they sort of just run with it.
“Dr. Leekie wants Cosima working for them, and Delphine assures him she’s on it. He tells her to be careful playing for the other team, which is a pretty solid gay/double agent joke.”
This week on Glee, Blaine ate a lot of cronuts and everybody got tested for STDs!
The good news is that Mercedes is back, the bad news is that Kurt got gay-bashed.
This week on Glee, Blaine and Kurt got a lot of face time with each other’s faces/feelings, and Rachel went a little Shosh on us.
This week on Glee, everybody graduated and old loves blossomed anew!
I’d like to vote this episode the least likely to answer anything without producing twelve more questions in its wake.
“Stef and I say, “Nothing intimate about that!” and then Stef and I laugh, but the Serious Music of Relationship Doom starts and Stef and I know we’ve made a terrible mistake.”
The one with wedding dresses because why not.
This week on Glee, everybody competed in a big contest and some people won and some people lost and other people ate pudding for dinner with forks!
Yes, I am going to fill this recap with as many monkey puns as possible. No, there is nothing you can do to stop me.
“Brandon tells Dani he’ll pay her back but she says it was a gift and giving makes her happy, happy, happy! Then, she says she has one request and I don’t want to know what it is. I pause the show, eat Skittles and consider quitting the recapping life.”
The Lesbians Who Tech Summit was awesome, is a way to combat sexism and also meet adorable nerdy gays.
The one where the writer’s were like, “Meh, let’s just accuse random people of being A from now on. Who cares if it makes any sense?”
This week on Glee, everybody yelled at each other some more! Then there was a cool band at a hot club called CALLBACKS. Also, I think waitress uniforms are the new Cheerios uniforms.
This makes no sense. You would hand out a letter to each person as they arrive, starting with the first. Brandon arrived last which means he should have been left with the last “S.” YOU CANNOT JUST HAND OUT LETTERS RANDOMLY!