This week, Quinn is able to stand up again in front of her peers! Yet, somehow, it's hard to care. Her character is interesting for some of Glee, but is once more forgettable at the end. Ah, well. Too bad, really.
Puck's (Mark Salling) last minute friendship with Becky (Lauren Potter) seems off. Does Glee really expect the two to end up together? It certainly seems so. Hopefully, this is just a partnership of convenience, as each help the other get what they want. Puck crowns Becky queen of the anti-prom with a cut up beer box, which she actually wears to the real prom (!), and Becky distracts Sue (Jane Lynch) while Puck spikes the punch. Victory is theirs!
But, in spite of the fact that it would be nice to see both characters get happy endings, they don't belong together any further than that. After all, Puck should be with Zizes (Ashley Fink), who had better (but probably won't) make a return before graduation!
A final note, Will (Matthew Morrison) and Emma (Jayma Mays) seem tossed into the prom sequences. Were their bits quickly filmed in a half hour and cut into the larger scenes later? There is little reason to have them there, as they only provide reaction shots, and don't interact with anyone. What's more, why are they dancing all night like any other attendee instead of keeping an eye on the kids, as chaperones are supposed to do?
Overall, "Prom-asaurs" is a lackluster effort for Glee. Next week, Glee will be two hours long, beginning at 8 p.m. ET, the second hour finding the kids competing at "Nationals." And in two weeks, the seniors say "Goodbye" in what will be a series wrap for many of the beloved characters. Watch Glee on FOX.