This Week in 'Glee' Quotables: "Wheels"
This Week in 'Glee' Quotables: "Wheels"
The Glee quotables page--an equal opportunities employer, unless you get the lines wrong. This week: chocolate, eggs, and stairs to walk all the calories off.

"Wheels" in one paragraph: The glee kids have to raise funds so Artie can ride the bus with them to sectionals, but their indifference forces Will to put everybody in wheelchairs. Kurt and Rachel have a "diva-off" for "Defying Gravity", but he blows his chance for the love of his dad. Artie and Tina exchange a kiss but fizzles out quickly, and Sue shows more concern than Will gives her credit for.


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Mercedes: "Why do we have to go all vanilla on this song? See, what we need is my chocolate thunder."

Brittany: "I find recipes confusing."

Will: "I don't know if you guys really understand how much harder Artie has to work to keep up."
Artie: "Preach."


wheels-egghead.jpgQuinn: "I told you before. I don't care if that baby comes out with a Mohawk. I will go to my grave swearing it's Finn's."
Puck: "It would be pretty awesome if it came out with a Mohawk."
Quinn: "You are such an egghead."

Quinn: "That was perfectly measured!"


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Burt (aka Kurt's dad): "This is really getting you down, isn't it?"
Kurt: "I'm full of ennui."
Burt: "So it's really getting you down?"

Will: "McKinley needs ramps."
Sue: "No way. Those are what I call lazy-makers. They discourage our able-bodied students from getting their proper exercise by using the stairs!"

Principal Figgins: "Handicapped ramps are expensive, but inspiration is free!"

Sue: "I'm about to projectile express myself all over your Hush Puppies."


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Artie: "I wanna be clear. I still have use of my penis."

Rachel: "My dads are gay, and unless you want the full force of the American Civil Liberties Union coming down on you, I'd work something out."

Artie: "I'm sorry to know that you get to be normal and I get to be stuck in this chair for the rest of my life. And that's not something I can fake."


- Henrik Batallones, BuddyTV Staff Columnist




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