“Glee” plunged into the late Whitney Houston’s music Tuesday with a ferocity some might say matched or exceeded some of Whitney’s own. “It’s Not All Right But It’s Okay,” when Blaine sang it to Kurt, became the cry of a wounded animal reduced to a single obsession: survival. “Saving All My Love For You” turned into Quinn’s nightmare of darkness, fearing she would be saving that love forever because it could never be returned. RELATED: ‘GLEE’ USES WHITNEY HOUSTON SONGS TO REVEL IN CAMPY SOAP OPERA FUN And so it went on an episode that ricocheted between deep tension and high ecstasy. Anyone who ever had a heart could not fail to be moved when Puck handed out gift bags to all his friends, each with its own individual shot glass that Puck had “jacked from houses where I clean pools.” But Whitney songs dominated the episode, even in the moment when Rachel and Santana did a bump-and-grind to “So Emotional” and Santana had to admit that her three years of trying to make Rachel’s life “a living hell” had fizzled. “Say something annoying,” Santana told Rachel, so she could remember why she didn’t like her. The most interesting tribute… Read full this story
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