"I sat through that whole Brokeback Mountain. From what I gather, something went down in the tent." ~ Burt Hummel (Mike O'Malley)
Previously, I dismissed Kurt's anger at Blaine trying bisexuality, but while I don't think that's a good reason to get mad, I do feel sorry for poor Kurt. While Blaine's wondering of who he is is natural, Kurt feeling rejected is, too. After all, Kurt recently found himself tossed aside in favor of another guy. Blaine favoring Rachel is pretty much the same thing. I don't think Kurt is upset that Blaine is thinking about a woman, per se, but rather, because Blaine is thinking romantically about anyone else besides Kurt at all.
This may not be a popular stance, but I like the interaction between Burt and Kurt in this episode. Both raise such great points during their discussion of Blaine sleeping over. As a parent, Burt has every right to be upset when his gay son lets another gay guy sleep in his bed. Kurt's claim of homophobia at that comment is unwarranted. However, his later barb about wishing he could talk to his father about sex may have hit a little closer to home.
Burt is a splendid father. He is very accepting, despite being polarly opposite Kurt. It is clear he truly accepts Kurt for who he is. But is accepting enough? Parents have to teach their children. Shouldn't Burt take it upon himself to educate himself, and then his son, about worldly issues? My best guess it that Burt hasn't thought of doing so until Kurt zings him, and will quickly correct the matter.
"Yay! Happy face. Valiant effort. You get an A+! That's how I roll." ~ Will Schuester, grading papers while drunk
Is Will a good role model? When he talks to the glee club about the dangers of drinking, Quinn (Dianna Agron) tells him he is 'the pot calling the kettle black'. I disagree. The crazy time he has at the bar and his drunk dialing foibles are, indeed, in that category. But there are several important distinctions that make Quinn's accusation unfair. Number one, Will is of legal age. He takes a cab home. He does nothing that will get him in any trouble with the law. Number two, Will generally has a beer or two at the end of the night. He does not frequently get drunk. I think he sets a fine example the vast majority of the time, and the exceptions here are Sue's fault much more than Will's.