Two days after the Super Bowl episode Glee will air its Valentine’s Day episode title: Silly Love Songs.
Synopsis: The glee kids set up a Valentine’s Day kissing booth, but Cupid doesn’t land every arrow and hearts break. Source
Air Date: Feb 8, 2011
* Spoilers about the episode and general spoilers about the show at the end of this post.
Guest Stars: Darren Criss as Blaine, Max Adler as Dave Karofsky, Chord Overstreet as Sam Evans, Ashley Fink as Lauren Zizes.
Rating: 11.5 million, 6.7/10 (Source)
- Puck’s Dream Girl
- Santana get call out for being a b*tch.
- Blaine performs When I get You alone.
Behind the Glee: Silly Love Songs
Glee-wind: Silly Love Songs
- Silly Love Songs performed by Blaine (Darren Criss)
- Firework performed by Rachel (Lea Michele)
- P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing) performed by Artie (Kevin McHale)
- When I Get You Alone performed by Blaine (Darren Criss)
- Fat Bottomed Girls performed by Puck (Mark Salling)
Spoilers about this episode:
Latest Spoilers from TVLine (Feb 7): In general is a pretty satisfying episode on multiple fronts (Matt Webb Mitovich even called it one of the real standouts from the past season-and-a-half).
- We will get to see Puck’s “seven minutes in heaven” with Lauren (He is now into her but she not so much).
- Finn will reveal a very special gift he ordered for Rachel before they broke up.
- Artie and Brittany are very happy together.
- Quinn will finally have a significant episode. You’ll see her wax romantic, yet also catch glimpses of the bad girl we fell for hard back in the day. Oh, and as icing on the cake, Dianna is operating at peakluminescence.
- About Sam and Quinn break up. Apparently he watches her kiss another guy (according to the promo is Finn). But there is a twist: by episode’s end, he’s trading furtive glances with another fine young lady?
- Finn and Quinn have a lot of unfinished bussiness. Someone help me out here: What’s the opposite of closure? Let’s just say they have a lot more unfinished business than even I thought — and even better, it’s poignantly addressed.
- Blaine and Kurt scene in the GAP (When I get You Alone): it gives the “Klaine” story a much-needed kick in the pants.
- No Emma or Sue in this episode.
- According to an interview with Ryan Murphy it will feature the best love songs of all time.
- The Warblers will be back in this episode, Artie will sing a song to Brittany, maybe there will be a Brittany/Santana moment, Kurt will have a “sleepover scene” (don´t know if this is true), Sam and Quinn go through difficulties in their relationship.
- An extra revealed that a kissing booth was seen on set. It is stated by Lea Michele that the ending of Silly Love Songs is so sweet that she started to cry.
- Blaine and Kurt will sing When I Get You Alone by Robin Thicke. Source
- This last performance will be outside a Gap store as Blaine prepares to profess his love. There might be a development, hints Chris Colfer to TV Guide´s William Keck. Source
- Glee’s Valentine’s Day Set List (Episode name is Silly Love Songs set to air Feb 8). “My assignment to the kids is to have them perform love songs, so we’re doing some fun classics that are Valentines-y.” says Matthew Morrison. Source
Katy Perry’s “Firework,” performed by Rachel
Queen’s “Fat Bottomed Girls,” performed by Puck
Michael Jackson’s “P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing),” performed by Artie
Babes In Arms’ “My Funny Valentine,” performed by Tina
Robin Thicke’s “When I Get You Alone,” performed by Blaine and the Warblers
And of course, Paul McCartney’s “Silly Love Songs,” performed by The Warblers
Spoiler about future episodes:
- Want to know what Holly Holliday will be teaching at McKinley High? She will be teaching Sex 101 for the episode 2×15 set to air on March 8.
- Finn and Quinn apparently renewed their romance.
- Holly also encourages Santana to open up about her bisexuality and show a deeper side to new beau, Sam.
- Emma will be irked by Holly’s carefree approach to sexuality, especially when the sub locks lips with Mr. Schuester. Source
- Gwyneth Paltrow (Holy Holliday) and Matthew Morrison (Will Schuester) to cover Prince. According to TVLine, they will team up on a sexed-up version of the onetime glyph’s ’80s smash, “Kiss.” Source