Gleeks, here it is.
The summary for episode 8 “A Wedding” is finally here, and wow do I have feelings about it. Let’s check out the what this episode has in store for us.
As Gleeks old and new pitch in to help get ready for Brittany and Santana’s wedding, the happy, albeit nervous couple settles on a few final details for their upcoming nuptials. The planning stage hits an impasse, however, when the two brides have a stark difference of opinion over whether or not to invite Sue. While Brittany, who credits Sue with bringing them together in the first place, is in favor of extending an invite, Santana is vehement about refusing to allow Sue’s attendance. But the former Cheerios! Coach is not so easily dissuaded and still has a few characteristic tricks up her sleeve. And the supremely superstitious Brittany is thrown for a loop when Santana sees her in her wedding dress before the big day. Meanwhile, when Kurt and Blaine finally reunite as a couple they are all too aware of the mistakes and regrets of their past, but supportive words from family and friends inspire them to take a sudden and daring leap, and Tina announces her unorthodox decision to ask former boyfriend Mike Chang to marry her, but while most of her guy friends are supportive, fellow former flame Artie remains dubious about the plan.
- Brittany S. Pierce – HEATHER MORRIS
- Santana Lopez – NAYA RIVERA
- Noah ‘Puck’ Puckerman – MARK SALLING
- Kitty Wilde – BECCA TOBIN
- Tina Cohen-Chang – JENNA USHKOWITZ
- Mike Chang – HARRY SHUM JR.
- Burt Hummel – MIKE O’MALLEY
- Carole Hudson-Hummel – ROMY ROSEMONT
- Wade ‘Unique’ Adams – ALEX NEWELL
- Sugar Motta – VANESSA LENGIES
- Walter – HARRY HAMLIN
- Jane Hayward – SAMANTHA MARIE WARE
- Spencer Porter – MARSHALL WILLIAMS
- Roderick – NOAH GUTHRIE
- Mason McCarthy – BILLY LEWIS JR.
- Madison McCarthy – LAURA DREYFUSS
- Alma Lopez – IVONNE COLL
This episode just feels way too rushed for me based on the summary. Although this is Glee we are talking about so Brittana’s impasse about whether to invite Sue could literally be one or two scenes. I have to admit that I would have to agree with Brittany on the fact that it is only right to invite Sue to their wedding. I just hope that Sue doesn’t have a hand in Santana seeing Brittany in her gown. This is Sue Sylvester we are talking about, however, so the likelihood is high on her being involved somehow.Now let’s talk about Tina Cohen Chang, and her inability to not try to make everything about her. Really she is considering proposing to Mike, seriously? So it’s ok for her to get engaged young, but when Blaine announced in “Love, Love, Love” he was going to propose to Kurt, she totally lost it. I miss the Tina of earlier seasons. This Tina is just too much for me to deal with and she just needs to not be on my screen.
On to the most important part of the whole episode, well for me anyway! Kurt and Blaine are finally reunited. Klaine is a thing once more, excuse me whilst I remove this tear from my eye. We knew this was going to happen, but seeing those words has made my heart soar. Hmmm I wonder what this “sudden and daring leap” could be?
From spoilers every Klaine fan in the world knows what will happen but to realise that this is the episode that Kurt Hummel and Blaine Anderson will become Mister and Mister Hummel-Anderson just makes me want to cry with joy. I can’t wait to see Burt and Carole make their return for the happiest day of Kurt’s life. I could have Mike O’Malley in every episode and be very happy.
All will be revealed when “A Wedding” airs on February 20 at 9/8C on Fox, and I can’t wait. See you all there.