Last night, former Glee Warbler Nolan Gerard Funk (Hunter) made his debut in the Season 3 premiere of MTV’s Awkward. While we’re excited to see where Nolan’s new role as as bad boy Collin will take him, we can’t help but wonder what this means for his future on Glee.

Will we ever see Hunter the drug-pushing Warbler villain again? Sadly, it sounds like there’s no return to Glee in Nolan’s immediate future. However, when Wetpaint Entertainment spoke exclusively with the actor recently, he couldn’t stop talking about one Glee moment in particular.

“You never know. You never know what Ryan [Murphy, Glee’s creator] is going to do,” he told us. I love playing Hunter Clarington though, the evil Captain of the Warblers. I get them hooked on steroids. I think my favorite number I did was “Whistle” by Flo Rida. You should watch that.”

Credit: Glee on Fox on YouTube Photo: Watch: The Warblers Perform "Whistle" by Flo Rida in Glee Season 4, Episode 8: "Thanksgiving" (VIDEO)

Oh, we’ve seen it. Trust us. Glee‘s version of “Whistle” just might have been one of our favorite Sectionals performances ever.

“It's funny because we did two songs, and one was a One Direction song, which I don't really care about,” he told us. (Sidenote: Um, what?!) “ It wasn't really for me, and I was the second voice on that, and then, I was supposed to sing “Little Lion Man” which is one of my favorite songs, and Mumford and Sons being so cool for school, they wouldn't give the rights.”

The replacement song wasn’t exactly what Nolan was expecting, but the Glee guy certainly won’t complain about the choice. “And so they were like, alright. It's going to be “Whistle,” a song about blow jobs. I was like, alright. I'm down.”

No pun intended, right? Yet Nolan says the song didn’t end up getting near the amount of criticism he was expecting. “I thought I was going to be getting hate mail from parents. I thought it was going to be like such a controversy singing that song,” he tells us, “but people were more outraged about “Baby Got Back.”

True, but that’s a whole different story. It’s not the suggestive lyrics that had fans crying foul — it was the fact that Glee used another artist’s arrangement of the song and didn’t credit him. Are you surprised, like Nolan, that Glee’s “Whistle” didn’t get more backlash? Or did the whole thing not really seem that scandalous to you at all?