[dropcap]F[/dropcap]inn currently works full time at Bart’s workshop after his break-up with Rachel. Artie here asks Finn to go try out for their musical “grease”..
Rather than that Blaine is brokenhearted though after his break-up with Kurt he doesn’t feel like playing for the higher role Danny Zuko, so he eventually declines the role and it’s revealed that Mike and Mercedes who are the choreographers for the Glease Musical[/highlight] how exciting?!, Casting Danny Zuko proves a challenge for Finn but eventually turns to this football field looking for a fresh face and he had spotted sophomore player Ryder Lynn (Blake Jenner, the second-season winner of “The Glee Project”), a loner who nevertheless has impressive moves. Although Ryder insists he’s not musically inclined, Finn challenges him to try out for
Marley, hoping for the role of Sandy, learns Wade/Unique longs to play Rizzo despite the gender
switch. She urges Wade to be open with the desire to play the part, but Sue confronts them with a hard-line anti-gender-confusion rant, insisting that she won’t allow such casting to happen.
Marley and Unique’s resultant duet to P!nk’s Blow Me (One Last Kiss)[/highlight] becomes their energetic audition for the musical,
Ryder’s confidence and enthusiasm grow – now he’s ready up to audition. As Ryder meets Marley and they click immediately, Jake watches and broods from afar. Kitty taunts Jake about losing his girl to “the new guy with old-school Justin Bieber hair.” and her Intent on making Marley miserable over luring Jake away, Kitty decides to go after the role of Sandy herself. Kitty tells the jealous Jake she’s got the perfect audition number in mind for them, and their dancing duet on Neon Trees‘
Finn’s finally feeling good about himself, especially about helping other people achieve their dreams. Will explains that he sees Finn as the leader the glee club needs in his absence – because it’s not an official teaching position, Finn can replace him in overseeing the glee club. And, just like that, Finn finds the role he was born to play.
Tina is still hurt by her recent split from Mike and refuses to participate as long as he’s involved, despite his entreaties to put aside her personal feelings.
the episode focuses more on their reality break-up recovery but much more on the musical
so that’s our recap on the last featured Glee Episode hope you had enjoyed it!!
- Hopelessly Devoted To You from Grease. Sung by Blaine.
- Blow Me (One Last Kiss) by P!nk. Sung by Marley and Unique.
- Juke Box Hero by Foreigner. Sung by Finn and Ryder.
- Everybody Talks by Neon Trees. Sung by Kitty and Jake.
- Born to Hand Jive from Grease. Sung by Marley, Jake, Mercedes and Ryder with New Directions, Kitty, and Mike.