The second half of the Beatles tribute episode of “Glee” aired this week. It was prom, and Tina was up for Prom Queen. Mean Santana-Wannabe on the Cheerios wouldn’t have this and wanted Kitty to run, but Kitty promised to support Tina and not run as Tina was graduating this year. She then promised Tina’s nerdy asian friend if she sabotaged Tina, she would be made a Cheerio. As Tina won and took the stage, she was doused with blood “Carrie” style. I don’t know, if the new remake wasn’t coming out, then it would have been okay. However the timing was just too much, it was a “Carrie” overload and I just groaned. I was happy though that Tina won, and that she cleaned herself up and went back out to face the crowd. It’s about time Tina got some attention.
Up in New York, Kurt is now working at the Stardust Cafe (or whatever it’s called) along with Santana and Rachel. Santana is getting serious with her new gal pal (Demi Lovato), but is worried as she’s never been in a real lesbian relationship before. Rachel, Kurt and Santana all promised to stick it out in New York for 2 years (how convenient, the same number of seasons left) and support one another. By the end of the episode Rachel learned she got the part of Fannie in “Funny Girl.”
Like last week, this episode did little for me. I liked that they performed “Sgt. Pepper,” the rest of the songs I could take or leave. Next week is the tribute to Finn’s character, addressing his death. It looks to be very emotional. It will be odd to watch “Glee” without Finn.