The Gay “Glee” Recap: Klaine Baby Names, Brittana’s Back, And More!


When you ask “What’s so gay about Glee?” the obvious answer is “everything.” But we’re here to break down the queerest bits of Glee into bit-sized morsels for your enjoyment. Think of us as your gay cheat sheet to Glee fandom.

McKinley’s glee club may be gone (for now), but that doesn’t mean Glee is ending its wacky queer shenanigans. From ’80s foam parties to Kurt and Blaine as daddies, this week’s episode made it a little easier to say goodbye to New Directions.

We still sobbed during “Don’t Stop Believin'” though, no lie.

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5. Party All The Time. We don’t know why Holly Holiday went from a lesson dressed as Temple Grandin to an ’80s dance party with Eddie Murphy’s “Party All The Time,” but we’ll accept it for everyone’s fabulous costumes and dance moves. Plus, it’s foam party!

4. NYADA Bound! That’s right, Blaine got in—giving us a future filled with Kurt and Blaine college drama!

3. Making Out In Bunk Beds. Who knows why Tina’s fantasy version of Klaine has them living in bunk beds in the New York loft?We’re just thankful she fantasizes about them making out—and Sam without his clothes.  The whole “Friends” parody was Glee gold.


2. Hepburn and Tracy. Only Klaine would name their theoretical children after notorious Hollywood lovers Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. How much do we have to pay Glee to time-jump to Kate and Spence’s  toddler years ?

513Gleescn31075-13954350291. Brittana Forever. Our girls are back! For real this time. Britt woos Santana with a room full of lilies and a one-way ticket to Lesbos. She also gives Santana a reality check and softens her up, as only Britt can do. But will she move to the Big Apple for her love?

Related: The Gay “Glee” Recap: Wedding Night Sodomy, Brittana Returns, And More!