Quick cut to the kids dancing around in all their drunken glory. And playing quarters. And, in the case of Santana, doing shots off Brit-Brit's taut tummy. Kurt dances up to Finn and asks him if he's not drinking. It turns out that Finn is the designated driver. As for Kurt, "I'm still trying to impress Blaine. Can't get too sloppy." A quick shot of Blaine, who's about as sloppy as he can get without engaging in mud-wrestling. After some more hooting and hollering, Rachel throws herself against Finn's chest and asks him to dance with her. And offers to do anything for him. It's totally creepy if you're the sober person on the receiving end of that kind of declaration. Finn sits Rachel down on the edge of the carpeted stage and tells her that he's going to break down the different type of drunk-girl archetypes. Santana is the weepy hysterical drunk, as evidenced by her weeping shouts at Sam to the effect that he likes Quinn more than her because she's blonde and smart. Lauren Tuna and Quinn are angry girl drunks, as evidenced by the way they accost Puck (who looks delicious in Lauren's giant glasses, by the way). Brit-Brit is the stripper-girl drunk, as evidenced by the way she's shaking her moneymaker in Artie's face while he showers her with dollar bills. Where did he get all those ones? What kind of party did he think this was going to be? Mercedes and Tina are happy girl drunks, which is pretty clear from their hysterical laughter. And then Finn calls Rachel out on being the needy girl drunk by hanging all over him. This inspires Rachel to call for a game of spin the bottle. Perhaps she wants to demonstrate that she's not the needy girl drunk, she's the slutty girl drunk. Commercials.
Episode Report CardLTG: A+ | 1697 USERS: B-
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