Graduation is finally here for some of McKinley High’s Gleeks. Many from years past are back for the ride, making the songs in this episode even more fun.
This is the last show before the series moves to New York City, so it will definitely be a memorable one.
Continue on to learn about the best moments of the show, complete with the songs that are sure to heat up the choir room.
1. Holly Tries to Save the Glee Club
Gwyneth Paltrow returns as Holly Holliday and vows to keep the glee club alive.
She uses her pull with Principal Sue, and according to Just Jared, “wins approval for Will and the gleeks to try out a new, extra-curricular music club on a trial basis.”
Paltrow sings a very festive version of Eddie Murphy’s “Party all the Time” with the cast.
The Hollywood Reporter interviewed Darren Criss, who plays Blaine, and he dished on the memorable moment:
There was one night when we were shooting at this club in L.A. singing “Party all the Time” with Gwyneth Paltrow. It was so nice seeing everybody together. It’s one of those Glee moments when you think that you probably won’t get to do something like this ever again.
2. Puck & Quinn Sing a Heartwarming Duet
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The two rekindled their romance in the halls of their former high school last week.
They are back in this episode to sing Pink and Nate Ruess’ “Just Give Me a Reason” as their friends look on.
You can listen to their touching rendition on The All Glee Music You Tube channel.
According to MJS Quinn is not shy about revealing her love for her former boyfriend in front of everyone:
Quinn announces to the group that she has accepted Puck’s offer to be his girlfriend. Puck is hearing her answer with the rest of the group. “I think I love you, Puck” says Quinn, before they kiss.
Mark Salling, who plays Puck, told The Hollywood Reporter that he hopes the show will continue to focus on his relationship with Quinn and their baby:
I hope that Glee continues to explore that relationship and that they reunite with their baby. They had that storyline in season one and it fell off but Puck always wanted that baby. Their daughter is with Shelby (Idina Menzel) in New York, so I’m hoping that maybe they’ll be trying to find her.
3. Santana & Rachel’s Relationship Gets a Much-Needed Boost
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Kurt and Mercedes sing “I Am Changing” from Dreamgirls to the forever dueling Santana and Rachel in an effort to mend the divas’ broken relationship.
Mjsbigblog reports that the song prompts Rachel to change her tune:
After the song, Rachel offers Santana any 10 Funny Girl shows after the first 3 months, as a peace offering. Santana tells her, no way, because she’s going to steal the part from her outright.
In the end, the girls are back to being friends and sing “Be Okay.”
4. Brittana Is Stronger Than Ever
This episode will deal with the future of their relationship.
The Hollywood Reporter talked to Naya Rivera, who plays Santana, about what may happen down the road.
It’s a bit of a cliffhanger right now with them but it’s an exciting one. “Is Santana going to follow her head or her heart? That’s really sweet but Brittany and Santana are like the North Star, you’re always going back to each other.
TV Line also gave us this insight into the Glee relationship that everyone’s speculating about:
There’s lots of good Brittana stuff in next week’s episode. Let’s just say Santana is instrumental in bringing a certain aspect of Brit’s McKinley experience full circle. Also, Brit attempts to smooth things over between Santana and Rachel — and by the looks of this photo, I’d say she’s pretty successful.
5. Tina Causes Some Pre-Graduation Drama
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The day finally comes for seniors- Blaine, Artie, Tina, and Sam- to leave high school.
Tina is concerned about her next step and feels that her college options are weak.
According to mjsbigblog Tina fudges one application, hurting her chances of admission:
Because Tina was rejected by Ohio State and still waiting to hear from Brown, she pretends to be Jewish to get into “Mitvah University” in New York. She leaves the “Chang” off of her application. Alas, she is eventually found out and does not get in.
As a way of cheering Tina up, Blaine, Artie, and Sam serenade her with a rendition of “Loser Like Me.”