Glee Never Been Kissed Episode: ‘Glee’ Season 2 Episode 6

Glee season 2 episode 6 called “Never Been Kissed” that featured Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream”
and Jon Bon Jovi’s “Start Me Up / Livin’ on a Prayer” and which was directed by Bradley Buecker and directed by Brad Falchuk aired last night on FOX.

The episode mainly focused on Kurt and Coach Beiste who have been picked on, bullied and discriminated against too many times to count and who have never shared a romantic kiss with another person.
The duo with the virgin lips shared the special moments with the last people you would have guessed would actually want to kiss them…read on to find out who.

Let us start Coach Beiste – after realizing that has has more that her little heart can bear, she decides that is leaving McKinley High. However football coach William “Will” Schuester who has been a shoulder to lean on – gave her first kiss after 40 years.It was a very sweet moment that made us all teary eyed.


Poor Kurt- he got his first kiss from a bully who has been bugging him for the longest while.
You may remember David Karofsky, the cruel football jock who was seen in previous episodes, pushing, slamming Kurt into lockers and throwing anti-gay slurs at him for no apparent reasons – well he is the one who kissed Kurt after getting into another altercation with him.
After the kiss David Karofsky was shocked, he runs away, later on denies the whole thing and goes back to abusing Kurt.

As for the boys/girls mash-up performances that included such as “Stop! In the Name of Love / Free Your Mind” there was nothing extraordinary about it, but Blaine and Glee club’s rendition of Katy Perry’s ‘Teenage Dream’ was pretty entertaining.
Overall it was a solid episode, especially in the light that so many gay teens took their lives after being bullied and exposed by stupid people who have no lives.

What are your thoughts on the episode?

That’s all we have for now on Glee season 2 episode 6.

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