When Kurt sets his dad, Burt, up with an unexpected partner, his plan for a nuclear family may backfire.

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When Kurt sets his dad, Burt, up with an unexpected partner his plan for a nuclear family may backfire. Sue demands that the Cheerios! go on a crazy diet in preparation for a big interview with "Splits" magazine and April Rhodes returns to save Will and the glee club. Written by Fox Publicity

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Someone mention the age discrepancy for Cory/Finn, Cory was actually about 26 when Glee started, "Finn" was 16 many shows advance kids ages, esp soaps, Chris was the only one close to "Kurt's"age, Chris was 18, Kurt was 16. See more »

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Finn's father is said to have died in the Persian Gulf War when Finn was a baby. However, that war ended in 1991. This would make Finn around 20 years old instead of the 16-17 year old high school junior he is supposed to be. However, a recent storyline explains that Finn's mother lied about the death of his father, which could explain the mistake in this episode. See more »

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April Rhodes: Okay, fellas, grab a gal. Or grab a another fella if that's the way the good Lord made ya. 'Cause it's a couples skate!
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References Pretty Woman (1990) See more »

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Performed by Kristin Chenoweth and Matthew Morrison
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Very powerful
3 May 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is my first review ever on IMDb and it's very rare I give anything 10/10 but this Glee episode is an exception. It's very powerful in everything they've done with the characters Mercedes, Kurt and Finn (who are the main subjects for this episode). It's beautiful how they are all connected in some way or another even if they themselves don't realise it. What I love about this episode and it has to be my favourite from any other Glee episode so far is that it speaks from the soul of every person on the planet because even the nasty and most evil people have hearts and it truly shows that it doesn't matter what you look like, all that matters is who you are and not what other people think and this episode prooves it greatly. I will be watching this episode again and recommending it to people who don't like Glee and for them to see that it isn't just about singing, it's also about life and how we cope and feel. This episode itself is "Beautiful"


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