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Namedrops and Pop Culture References from Glee Season 2, Episode 7: “The Substitute”

Namedrops abound on Glee. More often than not, a famous person's name is used as an insult to take someone down a peg or two — and that's something that we can completely support! To help you keep it all straight, we've compiled a list of the namedrops and pop culture references deemed important enough to make it into the mouths of the Glee characters in Episode 2.7. Did you catch them all?

Credit: Vogue    
Mini-Santana: Looking good, Puckerman. Someone’s been eatin’ their Wheaties.

Mini-Rachel: Mr.Schue, I for one think we should use our set list for sectionals to start exploring the oeuvre of one Bernadette Peters.

Mini-Brittany: Someday, I’m gonna go to Paris and visit the Oeuvre.

Terri (to Will): Singin’ in the Rain. We were together 16 years; you think I don’t remember what movie makes you feel better when you’re sick?

Holly (in Spanish): Lindsay Lohan is totally crazy, right?

Holly: Well, then let’s take a field trip to Taco Bell!

Puck: Mr. Schue, can we do that new Cee-Lo song, “Forget You”?

Will: Come on, guys! There’s gotta be a Journey song we haven’t done yet.

Sue: Hoarders is great, but Animal Hoarders is better.

Kurt (to Mercedes): Oh, I totally forgot. Greg Evigan is starring in Rent at the Community Playhouse, and Blaine got us tickets.

Sue (to Mercedes): Jackee, I am like my idol, Richard Milhous Nixon.

Sue: When I showed this to Brittany earlier, she began to whimper, thinking I had cut down a small tree where a family of Gummi Bears lived.

Kurt: On the count of three, name your favorite 2010 Vogue cover. Okay, ready? One, two, three...
Kurt and Blaine: Marion Cotillard.

Blaine: I was just talking about the Buckeyes; I’m a college football fan.

Kurt: Has anyone read Patti LuPone’s new book?

Holly: These kids get bored, they change their Facebook status.

Holly: I tweet them about it, right there and then.

Sue: You know how many hours it took to find a mechanic who even knew what a Le Car was?

Sue: And you can rest assured that I and my attorney, Gloria Allred, will be pressing charges.

Holly: She was like an attractive Biggie Smalls.

Holly: Mary Todd Lincoln in the house!

11.20.2010 / 05:27 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
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