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'Glee' 4.02 Preview: Kurt and Rachel Reunite, Jake Flirts With Marley

September 14, 2012 03:34:15 GMT

Cassandra continues criticizing Rachel, while Kurt reveals some ugly nicknames of the NYADA dance teacher.


'Glee' 4.02 Preview: Kurt and Rachel Reunite, Jake Flirts With Marley
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"Glee" is doing another Britney Spears tribute in its upcoming episode. As Brittany is depressed, she turns to the "Womanizer" songstress' music for inspiration. She and other New Directions kids are going to cover "Hold It Against Me", while a romance seems to be blossoming between Jake and Marley.

In New York, Rachel is still struggling to adjust to life in the city and dealing with her mean dance teacher Cassandra, who says the Ohio girl doesn't have enough sex appeal. Helped by her new friend Brody Weston, she will pull a sexy number in the class.

Additionally, Rachel finally meets Kurt again in the Big Apple. As they talk about Cassandra, Kurt mentions her bad reputations which lead her to being called "crazy July" and "the biggest train wreck in Broadway history."

"Britney 2.0" will air Thursday, September 20 at 9 P.M. on FOX. Chris Colfer recently said Rachel and Kurt would be roommates, but it wouldn't be easy for them to get an apartment. "They're struggling a little bit," so the Kurt depicter shared.

"They can't get their Manhattan apartment, so they have to go to Bushwick, and get an apartment there because it's cheaper. But their apartment is pretty nice, I have to say," he added. "For two broke kids, it turned out pretty nice."

On Kurt's relationship with Blaine, the actor assured that they're still together "for the first couple episodes." As for what happened to Tina and Mike, Harry Shum Jr. dished, "They touch on the break-up, and a little bit of what happened. But not too much. I think they're going to reveal it throughout the whole season, what exactly happened, and if that's going to move on or not."



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