In “The Hurt Locker, Part Two,” After Sue’s (Jane Lynch) ‘informal’ Show Choir Invitational has already begun, she announces several rules, including that all teams must have at least twelve members (which New Directions does not) and the competition – which will extend over a three day period – will move forward even in the unlikely event that some of the coaches get kidnapped.
Rachel and Kurt (Chris Colfer) redouble their efforts to recruit enough members to allow New Directions to participate, and to put together a performance that doesn’t totally humiliate the team.
Despite Rachel’s objections, Kurt suggests they enlist former gleek Kitty Wilde to help them out…a prospect that will require Rachel to swallow her pride, but that leads to Kitty’s invaluable help in putting together the perfect set list and uniting the team.
“The Hurt Locker, Part Two” airs TONIGHT, Friday, January 30th @ 9PM ET/PT on Fox. 10+ pics inside…
In “The Hurt Locker, Part 1″, when several show choirs plan to gather at McKinley for a technically meaningless “invitational” competition, Rachel worries that Will’s (Matthew Morrison) Vocal Adrenaline team will be so stellar they will blow her still-struggling New Directions team out of the water.
In a bid to prevent a spirit-crushing defeat, she implores Will to take it easy on them and asks him to purposefully underperform at the event. He agrees, but when Sue (Jane Lynch) gets wind of the collusion she takes matters into her own hands.
Meanwhile, Sue takes steps to fulfill her (heretofore unrevealed) desire to be a flower girl at a “fabulous” gay wedding and sets out to rekindle Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine’s fractured relationship.
“The Hurt Locker, Part 1″ airs TONIGHT @ 9PM ET/PT on Fox. 10+ pics inside…
During her interview, Lea revealed she got sick while performing “Let It Go” for the sixth season premiere episodes of Glee.
“At first I was sort of worried, because Idina [Menzel] sang it and Demi [Lovato] sang it…you know, so many people have done it. But I got Idina’s blessing, which was wonderful. We were sort of tweeting each other, and she knew it was happening,” Lea dished.
She continued, “I was super nervous. The day didn’t start off so well. I was singing, there was snow falling, I looked up, trying to make it magical and beautiful, and ended up choking on the snow and vomiting on the ground. And they have it in slow-mo, on film.”