'Glee' Videos: Santana Performs 'Cold Hearted' and Blaine's Contract with Sue
'Glee' Videos: Santana Performs 'Cold Hearted' and Blaine's Contract with Sue
Jeff Dodge
Jeff Dodge
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Things are about to get heated on Glee, as the feuds and grudges come to a head this week between Will and Finn, Santana and Brody, and I'm sure many other characters. FOX has released two clips from "Feud," which include a Santana performance and a scene between Blaine and Sue.

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Santana lately has been accusing Brody of being a drug dealer and pretty much a no-good, dirty, rotten piece of filth. But Rachel doesn't want to buy into it and believes her boyfriend is a decent guy who wouldn't do those kinds of things.

Now it's time for the confrontation, as Santana performs Paula Abdul's "Cold Hearted" right to Brody's face in the dance studio at NYADA. The lyrics are really fitting for what she perceives him to be: "He's a cold-hearted snake, Look into his eyes, He's been tellin' lies ... Do you really think he thinks about you when he's out."


If she was singing that to me, I'd be a little afraid of her: you never know what Santana will do.

Recently, Ryan Murphy tweeted out a picture of Blaine in a Cheerios uniform. And now we know it has to do with this week's episode. Sue calls him to her office and explains that he's contractually obligated to be in the Cheerios. Did he really sign a contract with Sue? Or did she forge his signature? (This reminds me of Rumpelstiltskin.)


Sue's line to Tina at the end is hilarious: "Go find a new boyfriend. Maybe Lance Bass is available, or RuPaul."

After a threatening performance, what do you think will happen between Santana and Brody? Will the truth finally come out? And are you glad that Blaine will be back in a Cheerios uniform?

Glee airs Thursdays at 9pm on FOX.

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