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Glee Season Three: Mash Off



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Puck is hot for teacher! Puck and some of the guys perform the old Van Halen song and Rachel – of course – has an objection to it. Miss Goody Two Shoes thinks his material is the wrong choice. He doesn’t say he is inspired by…Shelby, the object of his affection.

Sue runs an ad against her competition saying he has a baboon heart! Crazy. How far will she go to stop the arts in school?

Shelby and Schuster get the two warring factions in the practice room together. They announce a Mash Off to get some friendly competition going.

Puck brings Shelby a pumpkin and says they need to be together. He promises Shelby he would never tell as she tries to dust him out the door. He doesn’t seem to want to take no for an answer. Scary. He also tells her he knows it’s gonna happen. Yowza.

Quinn tells Puck they need to spend more time with Shelby, so they can get closer to Beth. Puck is all for the idea, but not so Quinn can get custody but because he wants to be around Shelby. Here’s a big spin coming.

Finn tells Santana to bring her girls so they can battle it out with…dodgeball! The warring factions might have some interesting battles.

Rachel asks Shelby to write a letter of recommendation for her for college. Except she already wrote. Typical, Rachel always thinking of her future. Shelby actually agrees and then tells her she is proud of her. Rachel actually relents and offers Shelby could write her own letter. If it was outstanding.

The dodgeball match doesn’t go well for the Glee gang. Santana likes to rub it in that they won. And she is mean about it. And it overflows with the Treble Tones when her and Mercedes battle for leadership. Mercedes says she is the founding member and president.

When Santana goes off in her effort to apologize to Fin after, she is nothing but insults. Wow. How could they even write that many in her script? And then Finn turns the tables on her and says maybe she is so angry and tears everyone else down because she tears herself apart over the fact she is in love with Brittany. And needs to come out. Lots of potential revelations coming out tonight!

Puck goes to Shelby and admits the plan Quinn had cooked up and that he was participating in. Shelby, strangely enough, does not react much. Did she suspect what was going on?

Time for the Mash Off. New Directions wins and Finn gets to take the stage first. Is it 80s night? It appears so as they have the outfits, Hall & Oates song, hairdos and cheesy dance moves. I hope the Treble Tones have something better.

Time for the senior class presidential debate. Some crazy ideas are tossed out. Brittany offers to go topless on Tuesdays. Curt says he will end dodgeball and that violence is not OK. Rachel says her platform is based on buying book covers, but she is withdrawing her application. She throws her support to Curt and tells people to vote for him. Wow. What came over her?

Quinn shows up at Shelby’s house with a present. And then Shelby lets loose on her and says what motherhood is about. And that she can’t take Beth away.

Sue brings Santana in to her office. Schuster is there as well as Mr. Hummel. Oh boy, now what? It seems the conversation between Finn and Santana was overheard and used in a new commercial against Sue in a campaign. It tosses out Santana’s potential lesbianism. Nuts. Santana runs out in tears.

Then the Treble Tones come up with an Adele mix up. And we know these girls can sing, so who sounds better? They look better in all black, without the throwback hair and clothes! But when Finn turns to tell Rachel they are great, Santana assumes it is about her and the secret that is to be blared out. She slaps Finn and then it ends.

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