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 deemed important enough to make it into the mouths of the Glee characters this week. Did you catch them all?
Figgins: American teens are coming down with a serious case of Twilight fever, transformed from normal children into vampires obsessed with the occult.
Lauren: This is totally going to get Robert Pattinson's attention.
Tina: My parents won't even let me watch Twilight. My mom says she thinks Kristin Stewart seems like a bitch.
Figgins: Yes. For several years in my early 20s, I dressed up as Elvis — but he was a Christian, Will!
Kurt: The palette in here is totally unflattering to your skin tone; not everyone can pull off Dior gray.
Kurt: Mr. IKEA Catalog and I will have this all figured out.
Burt (to Finn): Hey, what night's game night? You play Sorry?
Tina: I feel like an Asian Branch Davidian.
Tina: I know who I am, and I'm not allowed to show it; it's like Communism.
Puck: He just, like, dresses weird, right? Like Bowie?
Shelby: Like the Fisher King's wound — never heals.
Will: I'm learning all this amazing stuff about Lady Gaga. She's got this thing called the "Haus of Gaga," which is, like, this collective of artists and designers who collaborate on... on her styles and stage sets and her music.
Quinn: You want to name our daughter "Jack Daniel's"?
Puck: Yeah, Finn's demon look is because Gene Simmons liked comic books as a kid, and they called Paul Stanley "The Starchild" because he was romantic or something, but that doesn't really explain my whore lips.
Artie: And Ace Freeley is supposed to be a spaceman from another planet; Mike's iconic catman because was because Peter Criss claimed to have nine lives.
Kurt: I used Marlene Dietrich and Gary Cooper in Morocco as my inspiration.