And since Puck's tacky 'Hot for Teacher' serenade happens within the first five minutes, it's easy to forget it ever happens. On the other hand, the Troubletone's 'Rumor Has It/Someone Like You' Adele mash-up is now second favorite 'Glee' song ever (because nothing can come close to 'Teenage Dream' in my book).
Naya Rivera, you have officially become my favorite gleek. Sorry Chris Colfer, but you had your season last year, and although I still love you and your fabulous ensembles, now, it's Naya's chance to shine -- and Santana's coming out storyline is pretty explosive.
For starters, she didn't come out. She was pushed out by an angry, fed up Finn.
Now, this isn't the first time 'Glee' has dealt with a coming out storyline. In fact, Kurt's coming out scene in Season 1 is particularly memorable, but they've never pushed someone out of the closet quite like Santana. Like Karofsky, Santana has been hiding her sexuality behind rapid-fire insults and pointless bullying -- and in this scenario, her "Kurt" is glee club leader Finn.
After relentlessly picking on Finn -- and his new protege Rory -- for days, Finn explodes in the middle of the hall and outs Santana in front of the McKinley High student body. Even though Santana definitely deserved to be put in her place, outing her as a lesbian in front of everyone was a low move for Finn. Just when I started to like him and his boyish grin, Finn had to go and be a jerk. Not cool, bro.
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