Glee: Season 2, Episode 6

Never Been Kissed (9 Nov. 2010)

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Will hosts the second annual Boys vs. Girls competition, while Puck finally gets out of juvenile detention.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Terri Schuester (credit only)
Emma Pillsbury (credit only)
Burt Hummel (credit only)


After Finn and Sam find an unconventional way of controlling their urges, a few glee club members pick up on the strategy and start using it too. But when Coach Beiste gets wind of what they are up to, the glee club has some explaining to do. Written by Fox Publicity

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First appearance of Darren Criss as Blaine Anderson See more »


The girls are in a group sewing their costumes for the boys against girls in class competition. Rachel is sewing with a needle in her left hand pinching it between her thumb and index finger when Noah and Artie enter the room. Rachel yells out, "Spies!" pointing her middle finger at the boys. The next cut the needle has vanished and Rachel is now pointing her right hand index finger at the two boys. See more »


Blaine Anderson: Blaine Anderson: "You move me, Kurt."
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References Who's the Boss? (1984) See more »


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"Never Been Kissed" is a pretty good "special" episode of "Glee"
12 November 2010 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

This ep of "Glee" was both silly and serious. Silly because of all that "cool off" nonsense concerning the boys-especially Finn and Sam-trying not to go all the way with Rachel and Quinn and Sam's-and many others'-solution being to think of Coach Beiste trying to be sexual. Serious because of Kurt's issues of being the only out gay student at his school and his constant tormenting by one big football player by the name of Karofsky which addresses the recent bullying/suicides of many real-life gay teens. Kurt himself meets someone who may be interested in him that way when he encounters Blaine from a rival school with a rival glee team for sectionals. I'll stop there and just say that despite the silliness of some of the plot I mentioned, it becomes quite touching concerning both Kurt and Beiste's scenes and the way they're handled. And it opens up the characterizations of Beiste, Karofsky, and the friendship of Puck and Artie when the last two start spending some time together. So on that note, this was another pretty good episode of "Glee".

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