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Watch: Glee's Kurt Hummel Gets His First Kiss — SPOILERS



Kurt Hummel got his first kiss on Glee, which wasn't necessarily what anyone expected.


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  1. Yep, unexpected.

    Posted by: RJ | Nov 10, 2010 7:53:35 AM

  2. Don't really care much about the kiss but I LOVED the way he stood up to the guy who was bullying him. Good stuff!

    Posted by: sparks | Nov 10, 2010 7:58:26 AM

  3. This is why I love this show!

    Posted by: FreddyMertz | Nov 10, 2010 7:59:43 AM

  4. First, how was that recorded in reverse (notice the 5 in the corner)? Second, I thought they handled the bully thing really well - now maybe all bullies will be seen as latent gays by their peers and they'll stop bullying to avoid that stigma. However I doubt any bullies actually watch Glee (or will admit to it).

    Posted by: Craig | Nov 10, 2010 8:04:02 AM

  5. It's in reverse so it's harder for the Youtube technology to sense the logo/content and remove it for copyright purposes.

    Posted by: TonsofT | Nov 10, 2010 8:13:59 AM

  6. For all those bitching that Kurt is a wispy gay stereotype, now you've got your very own masculine, closeted douche to emulate.

    Posted by: crispy | Nov 10, 2010 8:22:13 AM

  7. Colfer acts the hell out of every scene he's in.

    Posted by: Matthew | Nov 10, 2010 8:27:25 AM

  8. Good twist; Blaine would have been way too obvious a candidate, and the buzz has been about Kurt getting a BF who is a jock and afraid to come out....

    I hope the show continues to explore this issue instead of having it resolved in one ep. Kurt needs a bit of redemption after the creepy stalker dude plots he's gotten with Finn and, to a lesser extent, Sam. He needs a good gay friend in Blaine, but does NOT need Blaine to be his Knight in Shining Armor.

    I was glad Kurt stood up to him, now he needs to keep it up. I was disappointed with the last scene; not with Max Adler (who plays Dave Karofsky), but with the fact that Kurt just took the abuse again... the writing needs to be tighter. I know Kurt won't become Superman in the span of an episode just by meeting Blaine, but he needs to keep standing up for himself.

    Posted by: DR | Nov 10, 2010 8:40:52 AM

  9. I sat bolt upright with my jaw hanging open at that scene, it really packed a punch (no pun intended there). I was a leeetle bit sorry that the smooch was not with Blaine for a couple of reasons, 1) because I am a weak, squishy romantic soul and want everyone to have true love, and b) it was actually an extremely unpleasant event (minor on the scale of life-altering trauma, but a huge bummer nonetheless).

    He doesn't need Blaine to be his knight in shining armor, I agree with that. But he could use a little romance. EVERY OTHER MEMBER of the glee club has romance (Artie & Brittany!?) and to single Kurt out for no lovin' is just a capricious way of singling him out yet again for being "the gay kid". For pete's sake, let him have a good old fashioned awkward teenage makeout session where nobody knows how to get buttons undone, zippers get stuck, people fall off beds and bonk their heads on coffee tables, etc.

    Posted by: naughtylola | Nov 10, 2010 8:59:26 AM

  10. 'Ham Hock' looks a lot like Kurt's father. Intentional?

    Posted by: Anastasia Beaverhausen | Nov 10, 2010 9:01:55 AM

  11. I was having a snack when the scene aired. I was caught completely off guard and damn near choked to death!

    That was one of the most unexpected scenes I've ever seen. Totally blindsided. GLEE did a great job keeping this twist under their hats. I hope they continue to develop the story of the jock and don't make this a one-off and done plotline.

    Posted by: TampaZeke | Nov 10, 2010 9:03:21 AM

  12. "EVERY OTHER MEMBER of the glee club has romance"

    I think you may have forgotten about Mercedes. But then, so have the writers.

    Posted by: crispy | Nov 10, 2010 9:09:28 AM

  13. Romance is fine for him. But I hope the show focuses on the message Blaine gave Kurt which was "stand up for yourself and be strong."

    Posted by: DR | Nov 10, 2010 9:11:43 AM

  14. I watched the show for the first time last night and have to say that considering what is on the tube today it is very well done, especially when it comes to gay content. Colfer does such a great job with his role, the scene with him talking to Blaine after he is caught spying, and he starts to tear up when telling him how he's bullied is heartbreaking.

    I hope they keep Blaine as a strong role model, and develop the bully into coming out and becoming an ally, then he can find another for the romance.

    The other story lines were well done, the Coach story was also well played, showing kids how much they can hurt as well. This show is great for their target audience, kids will take this with them. The line about besides parents high school can really fuck you up.

    Posted by: patrick nyc | Nov 10, 2010 9:33:00 AM

  15. Well, I was disappointed with the whole scene. This goes back to the idea that those who are violent against gays are "in the closet"; nothing could be further from the truth. It is a typical plot and we have seen it in numerous gay movies over the years.

    If the writers do not have the football player declare that he is gay and want to be Kurt's boyfriend...then it will be a BIG failure.

    Mercedes is black and overweight of course she is right next to Kurt in line for not having any romance or anyone finding her desirable.

    Posted by: True Words | Nov 10, 2010 9:36:25 AM

  16. "Glee" is the only network series I follow weekly. I love the way the writers are weaving the Kurt storyline into the show. The football coach's storyline was a nice touch last night, too. I also like most of the music choices selected for each episode. Way to go Ryan Murphy and associates for giving me something enjoyable to look forward to watching, hearing and recording each Tuesday evening.

    Posted by: Rob | Nov 10, 2010 9:37:31 AM

  17. God forbid a gay kiss isn't rife with drama and pain and complications. God forbid we can't simply have two gay guys who kiss because they want to and it be simple and good rather than something that one of the characters have to run from.

    Posted by: J.P. | Nov 10, 2010 9:45:27 AM

  18. The spotlight that GLEE put on bullying and fear of who you are and who people think you are and even showing self-hatred is simply some of the best television I've ever seen. How they can approach subjects like Britney Spears in one episode and have one with such meaning as last night's is a testament to the actors, writers, musicians, producers and directors of GLEE. I am awed by the talent and the message. THANK YOU powers-that-be for such an amazing television experience.

    Posted by: Bobby | Nov 10, 2010 9:48:34 AM

  19. Kurt is going to end up with his bully? How the fuck is that supposed to be life affirming?

    Posted by: Gregoire | Nov 10, 2010 9:49:31 AM

  20. It is life affirming because they BOTH figure out their sexuality and embrace each other!!

    Posted by: True Words | Nov 10, 2010 9:53:24 AM

  21. Fuck this show! They reduced Mercedes to nothing but background fodder. She went from the stereotypical fat Black sassy singing diva (but at least she was given EQUAL TIME) to zero in two season. Instead of giving her a romance and a LIFE, they added the most ARYAN new character they could find and gave HIM more air time!

    Posted by: Q | Nov 10, 2010 9:53:26 AM

  22. So does this mean he'll be less obnoxious now? I mean, he REALLY makes that show hard to watch when he's the central character of the episode.

    Posted by: CJ | Nov 10, 2010 9:55:08 AM

  23. Well, the "gays" needed more eye candy therefore we bring you the new buffed out blond haired hunk who is frequently shirtless or less...yippee gays are happy

    Posted by: True Words | Nov 10, 2010 9:56:28 AM

  24. My jaw was on the floor with that scene! So well done.

    Anyone else think "Ham Hock" is cute as all hell?

    Posted by: Allen | Nov 10, 2010 9:56:52 AM

  25. It's television, J.P. If it was an accurate depiction of reality the characters would just sit around watching television and eating Doritos.

    Next you'll want soap operas without infidelity, amnesia, or incest.

    Posted by: Anastasia Beaverhausen | Nov 10, 2010 10:03:03 AM

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