Klaine’s Christmas Duet! OMG Moments from Glee Season 4, Episode 10: “Glee, Actually”
This week’s Glee did not disappoint, as it was packed with crazy twists and jaw-dropping moments — especially with Bram attempting to make things official. Here are our picks for the top five OMG moments from Season 4, Episode 10: “Glee, Actually.”
There were lots of surprising decisions made by Glee characters this week — like Sue(Jane Lynch) actually (gasp!) getting into the holiday spirit — but the one we’re most excited about is Puck (Mark Salling) returning to Lima. His bromance with his actual bro Jake (Jacob Artist) is adorable, and so we’re excited that he’s back from Cali. Looks like Puck’s dream of owning a home where they shoot porn will have to wait.
We had pretty high expectations for Rory’s (Damian McGinty) long-awaited return (or should we say “Glee-turn”?), but his appearance was even better than we thought it would be! Seeing him as Artie’s (Kevin McHale) wisdom-spouting guardian angel just made us wish we could be our guardian angel, too! Our only complaint? We wanted him to sing! Perhaps that just means he has to come back...
We had mixed emotions about Burt’s (Mike O’Malley) surprise visit to NYC. We enjoy any chance to see these two bond (love that hot cocoa date!), but did the show really have to give Burt cancer, after all he’s been through? Burt seems optimistic about his chances, so we’re trying to stay positive, too. And after losing his mom, the show wouldn’t make Kurt lose his dad, too — right? Right?!
2. Klaine on Ice
The past few months have been rough on Klaine fans (not to mention on Brittana, Finchel, Samcedes, and Tike fans!). So it was a relief to see them in better spirits during Blaine’s (Darren Criss) visit, especially with that spectacular duet of “White Christmas.” We’re not sure what the future holds for these two, but we do know that Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine are just as cute on skates as they are on solid ground.
We’re still wrapping our heads around the fact that Bram are together, let alone that Sam (Chord Overstreet) proposes to Brittany (Heather Morris) this week — and she says yes! Granted, the two had lots of funny lines, but it seems a little fast to see Brittany so smitten with someone who’s not Santana(Naya Rivera). Still, we don’t want to say anything too negative, or else they’ll insult us at their Mayan Apocalypse Club.