There was a bit about taints that was just so wrong. They went there in a big way. Parts of this episode made me hide my face. I hope the episode got a dialogue warning, because there was so much dialogue that crossed the line.
There was a line Julia may like, about how an evaluation was written in crayon, and Sue knew it was either Becky or Brittany who had written it, and Becky's the better speller. I don't know how she'll take the crayon part, but it's an indication of Brittany's writing level.
Sue wants to be a mother, and was encouraging the male students in New Directions to donate to a sperm bank. So wrong. She didn't want Artie to. "It was an accident," he said.
Sue then said, "Not you either, Porcelain. The strangeness stops with you." It was something along those lines. "Strangeness" was definitely in there.
So much was inappropriately sexual with the way the adults talked to the students. It's one thing for the students to talk like that amongst themselves. Sue was incredibly creepy in that scene. Yes, Sandy was creepy, but everyone knew he was creepy and awful.
The scene with Kurt and Finn talking about Finn and Rachel's engagement was really good.
At the end, Will decided that he was going to switch from teaching Spanish to teaching history. David is to become the new Spanish teacher. I wonder if that means he'll appear in future episodes. I would not mind seeing more Ricky Martin performances.
Overall, though, it will take me a while to recover from this episode. I'm not easily shocked when it comes to reading, as those who follow what kinds of things I'm reading will know. This episode had so much of the adults being inappropriate around the kids. Not that other episodes haven't had that, but this one hit me hard.
Next week's episode is supposed to have Brittany and Santana kissing, and it looks like a performance of "Love Shack," with Kurt and Mercedes singing. That's a song I like a lot. I have hopes for that episode.