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Glee: There’s Always a First Time

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The musical is only a few days away. Practice is getting intense – what will happen during the last few rehearsals? A sexual undertone comes up. Artie brings up the topic that this musical is very sexual and the two leads need to bring more sexuality to it. He says remember back to their first time – and the awkwardness begins! Blaine mutters he is waiting and Rachel agrees with him. And then the pressure is on for them to bring on the sexuality to make it a great musical.

Rachel then comes on to Finn, and you can see where the show is going to go from there. Rachel will do anything for her roles in the name of research…or will she?

Blaine invites all of his Warblers to see him in the musical. Will they show up? Will there be awkwardness? Of course! That’s why we love Glee!

Finn asks Puck about condoms. Finn is seriously getting distracted by Rachel and her suggestions. Will he blow his chance in front of the football scout?

Blaine and Kurt discuss sex too. Kurt is open to try and then Blaine backs off. Why are they all dancing around each other?

Artie steps in for coach and suggests to the Ohio State recruiter – who she admitted to having a crush on – to ask her out again. He says she only blows him off. What?

Rachel and Finn have a romantic dinner. He is nervous and she suggests snuggling. In front of the fire. What is Rachel planning? She always has something up her sleeve. Finn stops the kissing and asks why now. Rachel kind of answers. Says she is ready. Then she slips and says she can’t wait. Opening night is only a few days away and she has to know what a sexual awakening feels like. Oops. Finn goes to get the forgotten dessert.

Michael’s dad finds out about the musical. He confronts him at school and says it’s time for grown up dreams. He says that if Michael doesn’t pull out of the musical, then he no longer has a son. Michael beats him to it and says he doesn’t have a dad anymore.

Coach gets flowers from her Ohio State recruiter. He asks her out on a date. She asks why? He says he likes women, pretty women and not girls.

Rachel had a meeting with the other girls. Quinn said she should wait. Santana said Rachel should also wait, because Finn is terrible in bed. Ouch. That means Finn has done this before. Rachel seems more confused now than when she started!

Kurt and Blaine head out to Drag Queen Wednesday. They meet up with his fellow Warbler friend. And then Kurt’s old “friend” showed up at the bar. Interesting. Going home, Blaine wants to get romantic and Kurt doesn’t. He is mad that he spent half of the night dancing with another man and then wants to be with him. Oops.

It’s time for the musical and Rachel thinks maybe they should cancel it. She failed them in not being sexually awakened…seriously? The show goes on and the students look great singing and dancing in the opening scene.

Rachel and Blaine stand on the side and wonder how they will follow that…since they are the first virgins on stage, or so it seems. Blaine is worried about a second show. Kurt is worried about Blaine liking Sebastian more than him. Blaine says he does not. Then Kurt says he wants to go home with Blaine after and skip the party!

Rachel goes to Blaine’s house and thanks him for flowers. He tells her the recruiter didn’t pick him. He’s upset about not getting recognized. Rachel comforts him and says she would stay. For the right reasons this time, because she was a girl with the boy she loved.

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