'Glee' Gay-Cap: The Santana/Brittany Kiss Heard Round the World
And that’s about it for Brittana’s story until the end of the episode, save for the occasional arm holding in the glee room. Next week I’m gonna make a drinking game that involves everyone doing a shot when they spot a continuity problem in which Brittana is holding hands one moment and not the next.
That night it’s Sugar’s big party at Breadsticks, which she’s converted into her very own “Sugar Shack,” and Santana’s feeding Brittany chocolates. Cue more “awwwwws” from couches round the nation.
Sugar makes her welcoming announcements, including giving away cheese hearts and gift certificates, before introducing the God Squad.
Joe takes the mic.
“Santana Lopez asked me if we would sing a love song for Brittany S. Pierce, and after thinking and praying about it I knew there was only one right answer,” Joe says moving toward McKinley’s lady couple. And Santana is giving him the “you better come out with the right freaking answer” shank eye.
“Absolutely! Love is love man,” Joe says, eliciting a grin from Santana, who then kisses Brittany’s hand.
The God Squad launches into an oldie but goody with The Association’s 1966 schmaltzy hit “Cherish.” Cue plenty of handholding and ogling between Brittana before they get up for a little slow dance.
The song ends and Santana puts her lips out for a big kiss, Brittany leans in, kisses back and draws her closer, and it’s enough to make my Grinch heart grow a size or two! Finally, after much handholding and Brittana gets their sweet lady kisses on.
Next, Blaine, who’s been home nursing his eye since that creepy queen Sebastian threw a rock salt slushy at him, turns up as Sugar’s special guest to make Kurt’s night. And what other way to celebrate Blaine’s recovery than with a rousing rendition of The B52’s “Love Shack?”
I must take this moment to comment on the adorableness of the fish knit – knit not net – dress that Brittany’s sporting. And Santana’s no slouch in her little black dress either!
Cheers to Brittana for their PDA! It was surely enjoyed and lauded round the nation.