Meanwhile, Kitty (Becca Tobin) wants Jake, but after he resists her sexual proposition, settles for elder brother Puck (Mark Salling). This pairing can't possibly last, but for where both of these characters are right now, it makes sense for the plot. They will probably have lots of energetic sex. Let's just hope that history doesn't repeat itself and Puck knocks up another Cheerio.
The dance itself is kind of eh. We've seen so many dances on Glee, and I can't say that this one is special. The performances of "No Scrubs," "Locked Out of Heaven," and "I Only Have Eyes For You" are good, but not great, and aren't very memorable. Also, like in the past, the fact that the New Directions get to perform at their school dance, and the student body appreciates this, stretches believability way too far.
Sam is on a mission in "Sadie Hawkins" to prove that the Warblers cheated at the competition and get them disqualified. I'm confused. Didn't the New Directions get third place? Knocking the Warblers out would not automatically put them back in. I'm sure some plot contrivance will occur where the other group also can't compete, and the New Directions do get to continue, but why doesn't Sam realize that? What's his purpose? Just to get even with bullies? Also, steroids might help with the dance moves, but I can't imagine it's good for the voice, so why would the Warblers use these drugs?
In New York, Rachel (Lea Michele) has a tiff with Brody (Dean Geyer). Their argument is dumb, and Rachel is acting petty. I'm really not sure what the purpose of this scene is other than that Rachel asks Brody to move in, and because they wanted a moment that lasted longer than ten seconds, the writers tossed in a fight. Not the strongest bit of this episode, and that's saying something.
Kurt, however, has a wonderful story in "Sadie Hawkins." He is enticed by the Adams Apples, the NYADA version of glee club, and especially by their leader, Adam (Oliver Kieran-Jones, Episodes). But he is told that the are the losers of the school, and that he should stay away from them. Kurt decides not to listen to public opinion.