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The kids nowadays don't are so lucky. The need for an episode like this is due to the dramatic lack of information about sex between youngsters.

There are a lot of young girls gettin' pregnant, ad STDs are spreading again between youngsters.

Our genereation (i'm from the 76) had more information (even if because the big fear of the widespreading HIV that caractherized those years) than nowadays teenagers.

And btw it were just Phinn and Brittany who seem stupids. But they're the "dumb characters" since the first episode.

The others guys are not so naive or stupid. They just lack information.


I loved this episode. It was something different and that is refreshing.
It's so hard to actually believe some of the acting some times but Naya Rivera's speech was so heartfelt and real.
It finally wrapped up carl and emma. Holly added some comedy!

Overall my favorite episode of the second season easily.


Unfortunately, I think Glee was a one season wonder. This season has been for the most part, except the moments when Sue goes around tearing up the school which is Hilarious, not very good.


Well. I thought it sucked.

For me, this is Glee at it's worst: a preachy central theme with a bunch of poorly constructed side stories strung together. If they want to do a preachy central theme, it's got to be wrapped up in strong, consistent story lines that MAKE sense. I'm sorry, but 90% of these lil segments were a pain.

The ONLY redeeming point was "Landslide." However, I do strongly think that Santana's coming out needed a heck of a lot more building up to. With the amount of time they spend on Kurt's struggle with sexuality, I think its annoying that Santana gets like 4 episodes total making reference to her issues before this episode. Ryan Murphy really needs to understand that if he wants to address all angles of an issue, he needs to stop playing favorites with the ones that apply to himself. Everyone needs a fair, balanced story line.

Also, someone needs to shoot Emma. BIG FAT DUH YOU STILL LOVE WILL.

And Finn and Quinn. WOW. You really get back together with that lying woman? WOW.

All together, this show is becoming more improbable by the minute. I may just stop watching unless they get some half decent writers up in the house.

PS Bubbles and beach balls. If I was those girls watching the Warblers, I would have left, because clearly a fair lot of those boys just want to be with, well, boys.


Damn it I missed this episode! I always miss Holly Holiday episodes!! Why!?!


@WemmaFan1#: did you watch the episode? Emma admitted she is confused over feelings for Will and Carl said he was going to stay at a hotel.
I take that as a break up for certain.


What, Carl and Emma broke up? I am really SO happy, that she still has feelings for him, but did they really break up?


I didn't like this episode, but neither did I dislike it. It was average, I guess. But it was my least favorite episode of all time, period. I don't know why, but it wasn't my favorite. Maybe because this ep was so anticipated... I also don't like the fact that there's still 0.0% romance between Blaine and Kurt. I mean, animal is such a sexy song! How com they seem to make it such a un-sexy song? Like, really! ahfgsjfgsf
I hope next week's ep is going to be better! Oh, and I feel like Klaine is in the FRIENDZONE. Anybody agree?


I don't really care if it seemed random at the moment. I think Naya did an excellent job, both in singing and acting. She needed some more dimensions anyways


they havent hinted at Santana coming out since season 1. as far as we were aware she was Bi, who sexed it up once in a while with Brittany. Total shock really, and im sick of the show trying humanize these characters that we fell in love with because they were OTT stereotypes! :(

Mr. Murphy Might want to take another look at a typical highschool. Just coz he is gay doesnt mean everyone else is....

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