The Glee Project: 2.06 “Fearlessness-ity”

Fearlessness-ity is the challenge today. Aylin says that being a very sexual girl from a Muslim family makes her fearless. Her father has tried to honor kill her multiple times, but she always outsmarts him and lives. It’s kind of like the Coyote and Roadrunner, but with Turkish people.

“I don’t know if Asians are supposed to rap well,” says Abraham. Hey, he said it, not me.

Jane Lynch (Sue Sylvester) is the guest and the song is an old school rap that the kids shake their butts to, but the song is not “Baby Got Back” so they shouldn’t be doing that. Jane picks Lily as the winner because she has the most to shake.

The big group number will be a mash-up of Pat Benatar’s “Hit Me With Your Best Shot” and Blondie’s “One Way or Another” and will involve slushies. And THAT’S NOT ALL: there will be a swimming pool.

There is no choreography session this week. They skip choreography a bit this season. Zack has better things to do, such as drink alone in his apartment and wonder where his life went so wrong that he has Ryan Murphy as a boss.

The kids will be in swimwear for the video. Lily is ready for this but Nellie is not. It’s crazy opposite day.

There is more b.s. about Charlie and Aylin, who said they were going to cool things down but haven’t because they are teenagers and not in control of their genitals. Aylin thinks Charlie could be her first boyfriend. Charlie assumes the two of them sitting on a bed with all their clothes on counts as having sex.

Onto the video. Everyone gets slusheed in the face. Ali is nervous because she won’t be able to move out of the way as much as the other kids so will have to take it. Except half of her won’t even feel it. She ends up crying because she couldn’t breathe. The judges are very disappointed in her. The judges are dicks.

They also didn’t like that Nellie didn’t emerge from the pool all sexy like Fast Times at Ridgemont High or something. She already did their dumb sexy stuff in “Sexuality”. Move onto someone else, judges.

Ali thinks she will up for elimination. Charlie thinks he will and hugs Aylin. Lily and Ali are declared the co-“MVP this week”. Michael is in the bottom 4, but spared.

 

The Bottom 3:

Aylin sings “Take a Bow” by Rihanna. She is here for laughing when she was slusheed. Ryan Murphy, who hired his cat as a writer next season, says, which tells you a lot about why Glee has gotten so bad. But he hopes Aylin could be on Glee so “thousands and thousands of girls will say I am represented.” He also calls her a “game changer”. Because she’s Muslim? Ryan Murphy will be able to take credit for ending Islamophobia.

Charlie (his 4th week in a row) sings “It’s Not Unusual” by Tom Jones. He jumps off the stage and sings right where the judges sit. He also changes the lyrics to be about how he should be on Glee.

Nellie sings “If I Were a Boy” by Beyonce. Nikki calls it “Beyonce’s classic”. I don’t feel that Beyonce is old enough to have any songs that can be called classic.

Charlie is gone. The judges are tired of telling him to stop being so autistic, and he continuing to have autism.

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