Season 2 Episode 6

Never Been Kissed

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Nov 09, 2010 on FOX
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Episode Summary

In order to prepare for Sectionals this year, Mr. Shue hosts the second annual "Boys vs. Girls" mash-ups competition. Meanwhile, Puck gets out of juvie and strikes up a new friendship while Kurt makes a new friend from another school.

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  • Just like the old episodes! Love it!

    I recommend this Glee episode! I was missing the show from last season! The girls vs. boys performances were great! I really like the relationship between Kurk and the new guy from the other school,Blaine. I am very curious about what's gonna happen between them. The topic of the episode was real and updated, many people in their live have a hard time dealing with bullies just because their different. The message is clear and allow kids and not so kids to relate to their situation. Looking foward to see episodes like this one. Great music,real situations,cool perfomances, new faces=awesome episode.moreless
  • So revealing, shocking, real and everything else.

    I loved it. This was really a great episode.

    There were scenes that were so touchy, at least to me. I missed coach Beiste in previous episodes so I was glad to see her back and she played fantastic. Also I've never seen Kurt so hurt before. I mean he was bullied and all in previous episodes but he was never so fragile and weak... And that Karofsky really pissed me off! But it was worth it when I saw his reaction after Kurt confronted him...

    Sue was hilarious once again. :D She and her reactions on her face were the best when she said how she's imaging Beiste and Sam and how now she'll have to stare at some wounds. :DDD

    I also liked the songs. Since Puck and Artie have the best voices to me I was really glad seeing their duet. :)moreless
  • 208

    I am a little bit upset by Glee at this point. Why? because every episode is not as good as it should be on the musical part or on the story part. What I mean it is that one episode is good on the music but the story is not that great (like the previous one, the Rocky horror glee show) and one episode is good on the story parts but the songs are not that great like in this episode. I understand that the balance between the musical parts and the story parts is not easy but I expect that they try to have a certain balance between the both of them.

    In this episode I found the story really great and it help to the development of the different characters. The Kurt storyline was really well done and bring a lot of thinking for us, viewers, and it was on a subject that today is really important. Then the Coach Beist storyline was nice too because we saw that she is a really sweet person (I've told you saw!) and the nice Will is back! They were some funny part with the boys (and Tina!).

    The singing was not so great but not bad. I really enjoy the duet between Puck and Artie singing One Love.moreless
  • Looks like the original writers have come back from vacations.

    This episode was intense and painful, the choice of music simply GREAT! Good to see Mark Salling (Puck) back. For me, his character personifies a misfit who is starting to find his way in life, by joining the Glee Club. I missed him.

    So much for high school memories. That's real life for many of us out here. Being bullied, feeling lonely and yet finding the strength deep inside to carry on living. I'm looking forward to seeing the outcome to all of this. And by the way: LOVED Teenage Dream sung by the other school's Glee Club!

    The moment between Mr. Schuester and coach Beiste was a little corny though.moreless
Telly Leung

Telly Leung


Guest Star

Michael Hyatt

Michael Hyatt

Ms. Martin

Guest Star

Jeanine Anderson

Jeanine Anderson


Guest Star

Harry Shum Jr.

Harry Shum Jr.

Mike Chang

Recurring Role

Chord Overstreet

Chord Overstreet

Sam Evans

Recurring Role

Dot Jones

Dot Jones

Coach Shannon Beiste

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Music featured in this episode:
      "One Love" by Bob Marley
      "Teenage Dream" by Katy Perry
      "Living On A Prayer"/"Start Me Up" Bon Jovi/Rolling Stones "Stop in the Name of Love"/"Free Your Mind" by The Supremes/Ev Vogue

    • Goof: When Rachel yells "spies" to Puck and Artie, she points with her left hand. On the next shot, she has her right hand pointing.

  • QUOTES (9)

  • NOTES (3)


    • Blaine: You're not alone.

      This is a subtle reference to "A Very Potter Musical, a parody musical of the Harry Potter franchise, which Darren Criss (Blaine) co-wrote as part of Team Starkid. The quote is part of the lyrics to the song, "Not Alone".

    • Tina: (to Mike) With those abs you can be my own situation!

      This is in reference to Mike Sorrentino, who gained his fame on MTV's The Jersey Shore in which he refers to his abs as "The Situation."

    • Title: Never Been Kissed

      Never Been Kissed was a 1999 movie starring Drew Barrymore in which she portrays a 25 year old journalist who returns to her high school as a student for story. As the title indicates, she had never been kissed.