Glee’s third episode of season two premiered last night, October 5, 2010. “Grilled Cheesus” was an episode full of powerful singing and also, of a powerful message: have faith, whether in a god or in any relationship with people that you love.
A Quick Recap
Finn discovered a burnt image of Jesus in a grilled cheese sandwich he made, which prompted him to visit a more prayerful side of him. Since not all members of the glee club believed in a god, they renamed Finn’s suggestion of singing worship songs to singing about their spirituality. Kurt, however, further distanced himself from the group as he questioned the importance of faith. Then, his father suffered a heart attack which left him unconscious and in a coma. The glee club tried helping out Kurt by singing to him in hopes of convincing him to ask for god’s help.
Even songs like “I Look to You” (performed by Mercedes) and “Papa Can You Hear Me ” (by Rachel) failed to soften-up Kurt’s non-believer stand. He is backed-up by Sue Sylvester in banning any songs of faith from being performed by the glee club. Meanwhile, Finn’s belief on the “grilled cheesus” continues to grow as his wish about Rachel and their relationship came true. But he questions his newfound faith when his wish on becoming the quarterback again resulted to Sam (the new quarterback) in being taken away to the hospital in an ambulance. Kurt then sings “I Want to Hold Your Hand” in front of the glee club, as he remembers the memories he shared with his father when he was just a child.
Mercedes brings Kurt to her church as a way of trying to convince and help him. After her rousing choir-backed performance of “Bridge over Troubled Water”, Kurt is now shown standing by his father’s bedside, talking about how he believes in their relationship despite the lack of a recognized god or religion. Kurt then shouts for a nurse when he felt his father squeeze his hand. The show ends with a moving cover of “One of Us ” by the whole New Directions.
So Where is Charice?
To all the Chasters that tuned-in to catch Charice, your eyes didn’t trick you. She wasn’t really in that episode. Word is, she will be returning to Glee as Sunshine Corazon in episode seven. But do still tune-in to Glee every week so you don’t get out of the loop on what’s happening to the story; so you’ll be prepared once Charice blows everyone’s shoes off again with her Glee solos. And maybe, just maybe, the people behind Glee might reconsider and let her make an early appearance in the next few episodes. Showing her on the pilot episode and waiting until episode seven to do that again – is that a bad decision or what? Considering how appetizing the last two episodes were, people will get really hungry for more Charice on Glee!
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by Sofia Carrera, Charicemania.com