Namedrops From Episode 2.2, “Britney/Brittany”

Name drops 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 name drops deemed important enough to make it into the mouths of the Glee characters in Episode 2.2. Did you catch them all?

Namedrops From Episode 2.2, “Britney/Brittany”
Will: You guys love Lady Gaga and The Rolling Stones, and you guys are really good about putting it all out there, but really good music can also be controlled and restrained.

Kurt: However, there is a burgeoning Facebook campaign that has swelled to over five members.

Will: Let’s talk about Michael Bolton.

Brittany: I don’t brush my teeth; I rinse my mouth out with soda after I eat. I was pretty sure Dr. Pepper was a dentist.

Carl: I’ll put on Pandora.

Santana (to Rachel): Hey, dwarf — anyone ever tell you that you dress like one of the bait girls on To Catch a Predator?

Will: ...making Christopher Cross a Golden Globe, Oscar, and five-time Grammy Award winner.

Carl: One day, I’m driving the hybrid to work, I pass the Chevy dealership — the new Corvettes had just come in.

Emma (to Will): You’re all dressed up! You look like a cast member of Kids Incorporated.

Sue: You know, William, that’s what one Hubert Humphrey said back in 1968 at the start of the Democratic National Convention. But then hippies put acid in everyone’s bourbon, and when an updraft revealed Lady Bird Johnson’s tramp-stamp and tattoos above her ovaries, Mayor Richard J. Daley became so incensed with sexual rage that he punched his own wife in the face and spent the next hour screaming, “Sex party,” into the microphones of all three major networks.

Sue (to Will): You can expect a call very soon from my lawyer, Gloria Allred.

Sue: I mean, seriously — you wear more vests than the cast of Blossom.

10.2.2010 / 12:16 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
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