Glee: Season 2, Episode 8

Furt (23 Nov. 2010)

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Sue plans a wedding where her mom wants to sing; Kurt plans the wedding of his dad and Finn's mom. Will Finn face down Kurt's tormentor?

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Weddings, preparations, bullies, and defenders. Kurt's dad and Finn's mom announce their engagement. Kurt insists on planning what will be a Glee wedding, also helping his dad and Finn prepare for their dances with the bride. Sue sends out invitations to her wedding to herself. Out of the blue, her mother Doris, a globe-trotting Nazi hunter and the family bully, shows up, wants to sing at the wedding, and generally makes Sue miserable. Karofsky continues to terrorize Kurt, so the Glee girls tell their boyfriends to make Korofsky stop. Finn ducks the challenge, but the others bring it on. Will the weddings go off with hitches and will the bullies back off? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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When Doris Sylvester is talking about her Nazi hunting she mentions the name Mengele. Dr. Joseph Mengele, known as the "angel of death" was the doctor at Auschwitz-Birkenau. He decided which of the new arrivals would go to the right (life) or to the left (death in the gas chambers). He was infamous for conducting grisly "science experiments" with twins and other prisoners. See more »

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Finn Hudson: Hi. Thank you. Best man... Right, uh... Well, I wanna propose a toast to my mom, who is so awesome. I mean, somehow without one in the house, you taught me what it means to be a man. In Glee Club, uh, whenever two of us got together, we got a nickname. Rachel and I are Finchel. Rachel and Puck were Puckleberry. And today, a new union was formed: Furt.
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Finn Hudson: You and me, man... we're brothers from another mother. And, quite frankly, no one else has shown me as much as you about ...
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Music and Original Spanish Lyrics by Pablo Beltrán Ruiz
English lyrics by Norman Gimbel
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One of the Most Powerful TV Episodes I Have Ever Seen
20 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is rare for a TV episode to be this emotionally intense without skirting into melodrama, which Furt thankfully avoids. Sue Sylvester continues to be developed and her dedication the the kids of the school reveals itself once again, even if she always tries to deny caring for others besides her sister. The Kurt/Karofsky situations becomes more intense, with one of the most terrifying, almost entirely wordless, scenes I've seen for a while in the beginning of this episode. I'm not going to reveal plot, but I was in tears bawling throughout the entire episode, and I usually don't cry easily. My tears were not strictly one emotion. They were tears of fear, pride, happiness, hope, shock, and appreciation, depending upon the scene. Glee is often a very cathartic series, and this episode is the epitome of what Glee represents. After the episode finished I wanted to fight against every injustice in the world and to stand up for others. This episode shows how powerful and friendship can be both when one is in times of trouble or in celebration, and conversely, how much abandonment can affect others. I was shocked that so much power could be present in just 45 minutes. Not to overhype this episode, but it may have the power to change people's outlooks and lives.


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