What follows is some fast foot shuffling and general crazy seizures to pottery wheel scene, and the girls mixing Marilyn Monroe, Madonna and Nicole Kidman in a blender for their 'Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend/Material Girl' mash-up. The simple shot of Kurt in tears on the sofa is more upsetting than the tarted-up stuff that leads into it.Schue isn't the only one dreaming in musicals and ripping off . Kurt's outpouring prompts Adam to confront him over his feelings for Blaine, and it seems that Kurt's assertion that he wants to be over his ex may be enough for now.“We’re really focused on her professionally right now.That’s probably the best thing,” executive producer Brad Falchuk told us at Monday night’s 100th episode party, when we asked if Rachel is ready to move on romantically after Finn’s death.In New York, Kurt is doing a lot of thinking about Blaine and imagines a proper vomit-inducing duet of 'Come What May' set on a smoky rooftop and accompanied by foggy flashbacks of their time together. This is happy news for us because we do really like Adam - well, he's obviously not as good as Blaine and his overly-English accent is starting to grate a bit (there's absolutely Elsewhere in the Big Apple, Santana is frustrating the heck out of Kurt and Rachel, but we've never loved her more.She's proper sparking this episode, commenting that being snowed in with Kurt and Adam is like being trapped in "a gay horror movie", rooting through everybody's stuff and pulling bitchfaces aplenty.At the wedding, Artie Abrams (Kevin Mc Hale) is paired with Emma's niece, Betty Pillsbury (Ali Stroker), who rejects him.
On Ryder's advice, Jake serenades Marley with one of her favorite songs, "You're All I Need to Get By".
's latest offering 'Girls (and Boys) On Film' is missing just a bit of that Hollywood magic and doesn't exactly have a lot of action.
It begins well enough with a proper eye-catching homage to the 1950s Fred Astaire musical , Emma and Will dancing on the walls and ceilings in technicolor as they sing 'You're All the World to Me' with their Golden Age accents.
"I Do" is the fourteenth episode of the fourth season of the American musical television series Glee, and the eightieth episode overall.
Written and directed by co-creators Ian Brennan and Brad Falchuk, respectively, it aired on Fox in the United States on February 14, 2013, and features the events surrounding the long-anticipated wedding of Will Schuester and Emma Pillsbury.