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'Glee' Going All The Way [SPOILERS]


TV Line's Michael Ausiello has dumped a number of big spoilers from Glee's upcoming sex-themed episode, which promises some groundbreaking gay events.

More (warning: spoilers), AFTER THE JUMP...

According to Ausiello, the show "finds two of the show’s supercouples — Rachel and Finn, and Kurt and Blaine — going all the way."


No sooner does Grant Gustin’s gay Warbler debut than he sets his sights on Blaine. And what he wants, I suspect he’ll get: He’s got charisma to spare and tons of chemistry with Darren Criss. Fun fact: He’s not the only obstacle to Klaine sex — the other is Kurt’s wardrobe. Specifically, “All of his layers.”

When Sebastian invites Kurt and Blaine out to local gay haunt Scandal, Kurt runs into his old nemesis at the bar. Apparently, transferring to a new school has done wonders for the bully’s disposition. He’s mellowed out considerably and coming to grips with his sexuality. It’s my favorite scene of the episode and should fire up those Kurt-Karofsky ‘shippers out there (and I know you’re out there).

More from Ausiello at TV Line.

Entertainment Weekly's Tim Stack also writes up the episode:

"It’s all handled very delicately and is incredibly moving. I can’t think of another network series that’s taken a teenage gay relationship so far or been so progressive. The moment is instigated when another teen, Warbler member Sebastian (Grant Gustin), aggressively pursues Blaine. The trio actually have a very amusing triple date to West Lima’s only gay bar Scandals and run into none other than Karofsky (Max Adler). Look for a great moment between Karofsky and Kurt."

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  1. Looking forward to Tuesday's show! Woohoo! This should be interesting, and I can't wait to see how the Republicans go nuts.

    Posted by: Alan | Nov 5, 2011 1:43:41 PM

  2. I went to the bars with my buddies all the time when I was in high school (even ordered drinks and pretended to enjoy the female strippers) and never got asked for ID (since I could pass for an adult at that age), so it doesn't seem far fetched to me that they could get into a bar.

    I don't think the idea that the gay characters are all a sterotype can be taken seriously. The )so-far) four gay characters on the show (Kurt, Blaine, Santana and Karofsky) could hardly be more different from each other.

    @Sancho: I don't even know if anyone uses the term "go all the way" anymore, and I wondered the same thing you did.
    Back in the '50's or so, I think it was assumed that nice girls waited until their wedding night, and then went "all the way," which meant coitus in the missionary position. Any other kind of sexual activity between men and women, let alone men and men, was assumed to never happen for anyone (which never has been reality).
    Gay people have always set their own standards, so the "ultimate" intimacy is whatever it is for me or you or Kurt or Blaine.
    For me, the first time I kissed a male was the huge milestone. It felt like something I had been dreaming of for as long as I could remember, and I felt I had lost my "virgin" status.
    Getting into someone's pants (and whatever variation of sex that might lead to) might feel less or more intimate than a kiss to any given couple, including Kurt and Blaine.

    Posted by: GregV | Nov 5, 2011 9:13:24 PM

  3. I'm 34 so I don't watch this show, which is patently for young people. VERY young people. I hope they like it and it's nice that it has a healthy message about being nice to gay people. But the characters have all the sexual charisma of aerosol cheeze. Harry Potter with bad music instead of magic. I'm watching Breaking Bad, True Blood and Game of Thrones. Those have actual gay people in them, kicking ass and having sex.

    Posted by: Charlie | Nov 6, 2011 3:47:13 AM

  4. I can't imagine Kurt moaning in sex!!! That's going to be cringey!!!

    Posted by: J | Nov 6, 2011 7:27:25 AM

  5. I watch for the talent as a refreshing alternative to the too many so called reality shows - hope intro to the supposed sex will not ruin an otherwise good show imprinted with the Murphy thumb print.

    Posted by: RichB in PS | Nov 6, 2011 10:17:36 AM

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