The ‘Glee’ crew has been working hard all year to get back to Sectionals, and now New Directions are ready to take on their competition in Season 2, Episode 9 ‘Special Education.’
However, they’ll be doing it without their beloved Kurt, who transferred to Dalton Academy in last week’s episode, ‘Furt.’ He’s a Warbler now, and will be backing up Blaine (Darren Criss) on the Train hit ‘Hey, Soul Sister.’
Still, Kurt and Rachel will have their supreme diva moment when the two perform ‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina’ from the musical production ‘Evita.’ Did you really think Kurt could just walk away in silence?
New Directions will also have some stiff competition from a senior singing group called The Hipsters, who will perform Mike and the Mechanics’ song ‘The Living Years.’
But, when Rachel finds out that Finn lost his virginity to Santana, she becomes emotionally distraught, giving Quinn and Sam the chance to prove that nobody puts baby (mamas) in the corner. The two will perform ‘(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life,’ originally recorded by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, and featured in the 1987 film ‘Dirty Dancing.’
The episode also features a rousing New Directions cover of Florence and the Machine’s indie smash ‘Dog Days Are Over,’ and allows Santana the chance to shine with her rendition of The Zutons’ ‘Valerie.’
Check out the Season 2, Episode 9 ‘Special Education’ song list below, and head over to AOL Radio’s ‘Glee’ Radio to hear songs from past episodes.
‘Special Education’ Songs List:
1. Kurt and Rachel, ‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina’ (from ‘Evita’)
2. The Hipsters, ‘The Living Years’ (Mike and the Mechanics)
3. Blaine and the Dalton Academy Warblers, ‘Hey, Soul Sister’ (Train)
4. Sam and Quinn, ‘(I’ve Had) The Time of my Life’ (Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes)
5. Santana, ‘Valerie’ (The Zutons)
6. New Directions, ‘Dog Days Are Over’ (Florence and the Machine)