To start things off, Blaine and Artie do a boybandesque mash-up of “Boys” and “Boyfriend” from the Bieb (shouldn’t it have been a Britney/Justin Timberlake mash-up? For reasons?). They bring the cute and choreography and are the least sexually threatening boy band in the history of the phenomenon. At least until Darren Criss flexes…
Brit is seemingly won over by their perky rendition and agrees to participate in Britney week. Woo! A plan of Will’s is working!
Puck 2.0 aka Jake slinks around the halls, full of bad boy swagger, eyeing all the girls like he’s at a Las Vegas Buffet. He even charms Tina! Tina! Girl, you are smarter than that. Marley von Trapp, however, is not but fortunately she has Unique to Tell Her How It Is.
Cue “Womanizer”, with Unique, Tina and Marley and the entire female population of McKinley following Jake around with a spunky chastisement. He’s pretty but he’s not smart because I think he thinks it’s just for his benefit to have all the ladies in the gym shaking their booties. Sigh. Bad Jake.