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Surprise Smooches on Glee's 'Never Been Kissed' Episode

Originally posted 11/10/2010 10:30AM

Glee tackled the issue of bullying on the "Never Been Kissed" episode Tuesday night – and threw in some unexpected love.

In the episode, Kurt finds himself being targeted by a beefy jock Karofsky, who regularly slams Kurt into lockers. Although in the past Kurt has been able to let taunts roll off his back, he's at a breaking point.

In the meantime, Mr. Schuester splits the glee club up into boys versus girls, but assigns the boys to sing songs traditionally sung by women, and the girls to perform songs usually done by men. Mr. Schuester also reveals that one of the glee club's competitors in the upcoming sectionals is from the all-boys school Dalton.

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Glee Duets: Who Performed the Best?

Originally posted 10/13/2010 11:15AM

When Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) assigned the glee clubbers a duet, some unusual partnerships popped up on Tuesday's episode of Glee. And with a dinner for two at Breadsticks up for grabs, the competition for best song was fierce.

First off, Schuester announced that Puck (Mark Salling) had been thrown in juvenile hall – and replacing him for the time being was the new kid, guitar-playing hottie Sam (Chord Overstreet).

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Glee Cast Celebrates Emmy Nods with 'Crazy' Text Message Chain

Glee Cast Celebrates Emmy Nods with 'Crazy' Text Message Chain

Originally posted 07/08/2010 04:30PM

Who says hearing your phone go off repeatedly at 5 a.m. is a bad thing? For the cast of Glee, it was music to their ears.

"I was aroused from a deep sleep!" Jane Lynch, who was nominated for best supporting actress in a comedy and also for her guest spot on Two and a Half Men tells PEOPLE about hearing the good news. "It's always a surprise and it's always exciting."

Costar Matthew Morrison, who was nominated for best lead actor in a comedy, prepped himself for Thursday's big announcement by going for a 7-mile run "to clear my thoughts," he says. "You try to not put too much importance on something like this and I want to say it doesn't matter to me, but I can't seem to wipe this smile off my face right now!"

But Morrison and Lynch weren't basking in Emmy bliss by themselves – the hit FOX show received 19 nominations, prompting the cast to share their excitement with a "text message chain [that] is going crazy!" says Morrison.

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