Namedrops and Pop Culture References From Glee Season 2, Episode 12: “Silly Love Songs”
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 we totally support! To help you keep it all straight, we've compiled a list of the names and pop culture references deemed important enough to be dropped by Glee characters in “Silly Love Songs.” Did you catch them all?
Rachel (to Santana): Okay, maybe you’re right — maybe I am destined to play the title role in the Broadway version of Willow, but the only job you’re gonna have is working on a pole.
Wes: The Warblers haven’t performed in an informal setting since 1927, when the Spirit of St. Louis overshot the tarmac and plowed through seven Warblers during an impromptu rendition of "Welcome to Ohio, Lucky Lindy."
Wes: And where would this performance take place? Blaine:The Gap, at the North Hills mall. I'd like to call it, "The Warblers' Gap Attack."