'Glee' Recap: Things Get 'Emotional' in Whitney Tribute

He dedicates “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay” to anyone who’s ever been cheated on, then morphs into the most spot-on Whitney impression of the whole episode, paying homage with an amazingly faithful interpretation of the classic Whitney video, with the rest of the Glee club (minus Kurt) filling in as the jilted women behind Blaine, who sasses the camera. Every Whitney hand tick, head nod and smirk is embodied. Kurt may be right; it’s hard to sit on a stool and play backup to alpha Blaine, but when he owns it, he owns it.