Kurt approaches Blaine at his locker and, only half-seriously, invites him to tear down any of Rachel's campaign posters he sees. Blaine: "Do you think we're too sheltered as artists? I'm serious. West Side Story is all about living outside of your safe little world. Don't you want to wake up every day and be adventurous?" I thought Kurt's daily desire for adventure was what explained his wardrobe? Kurt does want adventure, which is why he's created a lengthy bucket list. It includes laying a rose at the birthplace of Noel Coward. And number five on his list is "have relations on a dewy meadow of lilac with Taylor Lautner before he gets fat." Kurt laughs that one off as being stupid, but Blaine thinks it's hot. I have to agree with Kurt on this one. A sexual electricity flashes back and forth between their eyes, Kurt offers that they have time to be adventurous because they're young, while Blaine counters that the time to be adventurous is while they're young.
Cooter strides down the hallway for no reason in particular. But it's fortunate for the story that he's there, because it gives Artie a chance to ambush him. Artie introduces himself and asks if he can see Cooter in his office. Cooter: "You don't mean the handicapped stall, do you?" Artie: "No. But that is hilarious." Cut to Artie and Cooter entering the stage. Cooter seems to have no concept of the idea of a theater as a place, other than perhaps a movie theater. Artie, straight to business (other people's business, that is), asks Cooter if he likes Coach Beiste, and not just as a coach. Cooter tells Artie that he's asked the Panther out about a million time and she always shoots him down. But Artie asks him to try one more time, but to be completely, incredibly, exceedingly direct about it. And Artie even has an idea for where they can go on their date.
The Lima Bean. Blaine and Sebastian has just picked up their coffee orders. Blaine, to Sebastian: "I can't believe you asked for a shot of Courvoisier in your coffee." Sebastian: "I forget how lame this town is." Or maybe you just forgot that the Lima Bean, like every other coffee shop in the country, doesn't have a liquor license. Sebastian continues: "When I lived in Paris, I drank it like it was mother's milk." He drank Courvoisier from a woman's breast? I don't think I've ever seen that in Paris. Also, the only way he could be trying harder to get in Blaine's pants would involve chasing him with a giant net. Blaine, to his discredit, is clearly impressed with this smarmy crap. Sebastian tells Blaine that his bashful schoolboy act is super hot. Blaine finally tells Sebastian that he has a boyfriend. Sebastian: "Doesn't bother me if it doesn't bother you." Oh, you interloper! Go interlope somewhere else! Blaine is telling Sebastian how great his boyfriend is when Kurt walks up behind him and asks who's really great. Blaine clearly feels guilty about sharing coffee with this obvious hussy. Upon being introduced, Kurt stares daggers at Sebastian as he shakes his hand. Kurt asks how Blaine knows Sebastian. Kurt's clearly blind with jealousy, as Sebastian is wearing his Dalton blazer. But Sebastian can't stop eye-fucking Blaine as he tells Kurt about how everyone at Dalton kept talking about Blaine until Sebastian knew he just had to meet him. Sebastian, with a naughty look in his eye, asks them if they have plans for the following evening. Other than rehearsing for the show and performing a synchronized skin-care regimen over the phone, they're free. So Sebastian tells them he'll get them some fake IDs and they can hit Scandals, the gay bar that's in West Lima. Blaine turns into a really old man as he thanks Sebastian but declines the invitation. But Kurt, clearly feeling competitive with Sebastian, insists that they should all go out and have some fun. Between the eye-fucking from Sebastian and the daggers that Kurt is shooting out in return, the airspace over that table is getting a little messy.