Glee Recap: Who Was Crowned Prom King and Queen?
Can’t a kids during McKinley High have a drama-free prom?
Nope! This promenade was most like final year’s; It had a honeyed moments and familiar songs, though that couldn’t stop a play from entrance out, and Finn roughly got thrown out again. But by a finish of a night, it was all about spending their final promenade together. Plus, we got to see Blaine’s loyal hair!
WHAT WE LEARNED
Rachel Is Down in a Dumps: On one hand, we know Rachel (Lea Michele) is feeling unequivocally unhappy about floating her NYADA audition, though a whole “my destiny is ruined” spiel was a bit much, don’t we think? With a voice like that, certainly Rachel can find her approach in New York City by some other means. After all, NYADA does not control a entire Broadway business, unless we missed that memo. Anyway, Rachel was flattering blue a whole episode, even going as distant as throwing an anti-prom celebration after anticipating out Finn (Cory Monteith) was nominated for promenade aristocrat though her being nominated as queen. And it got worse when he told her he was campaigning with his ex-girlfriend Quinn (Dianna Agron), as she was nominated for promenade queen.
The empathize and anti-prom celebration came to a screeching hindrance after in a part when Finn brought her behind to her friends during promenade and, while dancing, insisted that she was special and extraordinary to him. And only like that, a glow was behind in her eyes, and now we would gamble income that Rachel will have a devise to win behind her Broadway dreams come subsequent episode.
Brittany Is Flunking All of Her Classes: No one is astounded by this fact, though it creates a thought of Brittany (Heather Morris) not graduating this year all a some-more real. She did, however, lift off a unequivocally cold promenade theme, since who doesn’t wish to take photos while roving a dinosaur? Still, was putting together an overwhelming promenade as category boss adequate for her to graduate?
Quinn Can Walk! It was suggested in a commencement of a part that Quinn can mount and travel on her own, even if it’s only for a integrate seconds. Quinn is prepared to premiere her delight during prom, though first, she wants magnetism votes for promenade queen. She milks her wheelchair to a indicate of strategy with other people in a school, and when Finn finds out, he is disgusted. After walking in on her station out of her wheelchair in a lavatory during prom, he creates a large stage in a center of a dance building perfectionist that she mount adult and dance with him. Homeboy even gets a diminutive bit violent, that doesn’t demeanour good when a chairman you’re removing handsy with is in a wheelchair. Finn is means to ease down adequate to leave and move his fiancé to prom, only in time for her to win promenade black around write-in. That’s right, Quinn indeed wins promenade black due to list votes, though after a heart-to-heart with Rachel in a corridor before counting a ballots, she decides to give Rachel a crown.
Puck and Becky Are Adorable: That’s all. Wait, one some-more thing. We can't even explain how happy we were to hear Helen Mirren again as Becky’s (Lauren Potter) middle digression voice. Puck (Mark Salling) and Becky were a cutest promenade aristocrat and black ever!
Rewind Moment: Rick “The Stick” flipping over a list when anticipating out he was on a promenade court.
“Castles are unequivocally heavy, so putting them on clouds would intensely dangerous. we severely consider a 3 of we should be put in jail.” —Brittany
“Advertisers are manipulative alcoholics who use images to play on a emotions. Haven’t seen Mad Men?” —Sue
“Neither have I.” —Sue
“The perfect volume of immobile electricity in that room is going to be terrifying.” —Blaine worrying about a no-hair-gel order during prom
What did we consider of tonight’s promenade episode? Who was a cutest couple? Cast your promenade justice ballots in a comments!