Sue is depressed since her loss at Regionals. Brittany starts a new fashion trend at school to the dismay of Rachel who showed her what to wear.

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Kurt Hummel (credit only)
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The boys find the Valentine's dating buzz dying down makes scoring hard. Sam finds a way out that works so well even Fin ends up begging permission to join what seems so childish: a Justin Bieber tribute. Sue seems suicidal after loosing her cheerleaders budget, so Will naively lets her observe and possibly join the glee club, despite the kids' protest. Once in, she decides to spy and successfully postulates for coach of a nemesis rival team after 'freeing' that post. Rachel pays Brittanny to become a fashion idol, only to find she created a monster. Written by KGF Vissers

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kneeling | jealousy | See All (2) »

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15 February 2011 (USA)  »

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First episode that doesn't show Kurt Hummel. See more »

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When lamenting the lack of attention their girlfriends pay them post Valentines Day, Artie complains "...they come down from their See's candy high...". See's Candy is a 90+ year old and iconic chocolatier based on the West Coast but nearly unknown on the East Coast and the sole store in the state of Ohio (where the story takes place) opened after this scene was shot. See more »

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Noah 'Puck' Puckerman: We underestimated the power of the Biebes.
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Somebody to Love
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Written by Justin Bieber, Heather Bright, and The Stereotypes
Performed by Chord Overstreet, Kevin McHale, Harry Shum Jr. and Mark Salling
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