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Kurt's dad fell into a coma this week, following a heart attack. The rest of the episode was dedicated to this cause, as Kurt struggled with the fact that almost everyone around him invoked religion when talking about his father.

Kurt is an atheist because of his experiences of being picked of for being gay.

There were many memorable songs on the installment, as Finn also discovered a burn in his grilled cheese sandwich that resembled Jesus. He prayed to it as a result, and a couple of his wishes came true. For example, Sam got injured and Finn took the starting quarterback job again.

But Finn then lost his faith after Emma talked a bit of practical sense into him.

Also, we learned that Sue didn't believe in God, due to everyone being mean to her older sister when they were growing up.

Mercedes took Kurt to church and everyone there prayed for his dad. This still didn't convince Kurt that God existed, but Burt Hummel woke up to conclude the episode. In the end, no real statement was made regarding religion, except that we should tolerate everyone's beliefs.

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I look to you n.n...Kurt is A M A Z I N G


I am totally agree with this episode,but it was a little tragic...Anyway i LOVE glee :)


A bit to religious for my taste, with the 'you need to believe in something'. But the part with Kurt's dad was really touching.


gosh i miss this epi!1


I disagree! It wasn't a Christian based plot. You take an average school, and the average kids are Christian. Don't hate the show cause it doesn't have enough of the minorities. And if you ARE looking for minority rights, you even had Sue pull the plug on spirituality in school. Finally, Kurt didn't decide to believe in God in the end, which I totally respect. 5/5. The best Glee episode this season, it was really wonderful.


Mainly for its obvious christian biased plot

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When I pulled the sandwich out, I saw the face of God. Literally.


I sort of worship Eric Clapton and Ochocinco.