Glee (2009–2015)
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Will encourages the Glee Club to express themselves using the music of Lady Gaga. Meanwhile, Tina embraces her inner Goth.

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Terri Schuester (credit only)
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Will encourages the Glee Club to express themselves using the music of Lady Gaga. Meanwhile, Tina embraces her inner Goth.

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Musical

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25 May 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

After being forced to change her Goth look, Tina comments that in one outfit, plain pants and a sweatshirt, she feels like a member of the Branch Davidians. In 1993, the Branch was the target of the now-famous Waco siege, a joint ATF/FBI operation that lasted 51 days and resulted in the deaths of 76 cult members and four ATF agents. See more »

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When the Glee Club is performing "Bad Romance", one bubble from Tina's clothes falls from it and starts rolling on the floor. In the next shot, it disappears. See more »

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[first lines]
Tina Cohen-Chang: Am I in trouble?
Will Schuester: Come on. You've got more self-esteem than that. I think this might have to do with your perfect attendance last semester.
Principal Figgins: No. Ms. Cohen-Chang is in trouble. It has come to my attention that the look you sport is what is known as goth. American teens are coming down with a serious case of "Twilight" fever, transformed from normal children into vampires obsessed with the occult. And only yesterday, this dark specter reared its head at McKinley High.
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References Friends (1994) See more »

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Shout It Out Loud
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Written by Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, and Robert Ezrin
Performed by Cory Monteith, Kevin McHale, Mark Salling, Harry Shum Jr. and Dijon Talton
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More Kurt and Finn
1 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

The situation with Kurt and Finn being made to room together was rather outlandish. The parents probably thought it could work since they were in Glee Club and were friends. But they didn't know that Kurt was in love with Finn. Obviously that would have made a big difference in their decision.

While Finn became excessively angry and hurtful, Kurt almost forced this kind of reaction from him. He showed remarkably little empathy or tact in his decision making regarding the living arrangements and never once considered Finn's feelings. He simply would not back off and kept forcing the issue until Finn exploded.

That being said, the father's reaction was also completely understandable. He didn't know all that had been leading up to the argument. All he knew was that his son was being hurt and he retaliated. However, if the father was being forced to live with a gay guy who kept making advances on him, I doubt he would handle the situation better.

So while I believe the majority of the confrontation was Kurt's fault, I felt that all involved were at least a little in the wrong. I do credit the writers for being true to the characters though. Kurt was in love and seeing the object of his affections so close, he got blinded and missed the obvious signs. Finn got backed into a corner and retaliated harshly and the father only wanted to protect his son.


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