There are plenty of people who think Glee’s decision to couple up Brittany (Heather Morris) and Sam (Chord Overstreet) in Glee Season 4, Episode 9: “Swan Song” is — quite frankly, “Something Stupid” — but couple these two up Glee did.After a bit of reluctance on Britt’s part at first, she and Sam ended up kissing... and singing a love song together, and proceeding to be all-around blonde, couple-y and adorable.Over in New York City, Rachel (Lea Michele) and Cassie (Kate Hudson) had about the sexiest dance-off we’ve ever seen. (Actually, it was more like a stripper-off. Is that a thing?)
Kurt (Chris Colfer) got his long-awaited chance to audition for NYADA, in front of the imposing Carmen Tibideaux (Whoopi Goldberg). Carmen also shared a bit of interaction with Rachel, as well, when she hand-selected her to perform in NYADA’s prestigious Winter Showcase.Plenty of drama went down in both locations, and this episode proved that even though Rachel may have been missing from a couple of Glee episodes lately, she is still very much a huge part of the show.What did you think of Glee’s “Swan Song”? Head below and sound off.
It wasn't my favorite ever...
I LOVED this episode!
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12.7.2012 / 08:30 AM EDT by Beth Douglass
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