Puck remains trapped amidst the waste for a day until he's broken out by a student named Lauren (I think she was the human snot cannon from the Gwyneth episode, not sure, though).
Puck persuades her to join the Gleeks, and all it costs him is Seven Minutes in Heaven (look it up or go back to middle school) with newbie.
We knew "Glee" was cheesy, but this is the first time the show's started to feel genuinely boring as opposed to, you know, gleeful. Our boy is happy as all hell at Dalton Academy; presumably his parents are equally as happy on that honeymoon they're not having.
For his initiation into the Warblers, Kurt must nurture a pet canary named Pavarotti.
Attitude reflect leadership Here's a fun aside: at this point in the episode, there has been no singing whatsoever, which brings me to a rant (shocker, I know): This show is starting to suffer in a big way from making the music secondary to the plot.-With an open spot left amongst the Gleeks, Schuester designates Puck as the "Glee ambassador" since he is the most well-recognized kid on the team.Puck tries to recruit the jocks (including Karofsky) in some convoluted Springsteen analogy (SCORE), but ends up trapped in an overturned Port-a-John.Kurt auditions for a solo and fails, after which Blaine notes that Kurt's clearly used to a Glee Club structure where everyone fights for attention, given that he apparently tried too hard during his audition.Clearly he's used to Schuester's operation -- he recommended DURAN DURAN, for God's sakes, if that's not ‘80s brainwashing, nothing is.