Everybody takes turns pushing each other in Artie's wheelchair.
At one point, the sound guy pipes in Cali Swag District's novelty-rap jam "Teach Me How to Dougie," and the whole cast does the limb-flapping "Teach Me How to Dougie" dance. They've been shooting here for two years, but after this week they won't be back.
(I'd read this on the Internet, which is full of truth.) Either she'd misunderstood what we meant by "groupies" or she'd misunderstood it deliberately or this wasn't working. The toilet paper had, like, the White House seal on it. And if anything's going on in our lives, we have each other.
Emboldened by this climate of openness, I decide to sh for gossip.
Is it true, I ask Michele, that Ryan Murphy made all of you promise not to have sex in your trailers between scenes?
Asked what the difference between the two shows was, Lea Michele tactfully replied that they were too different to compare.
"One is about being judged, and one is not," she said—which is actually a pretty elegant comparison and gets at the sea change the transition seems to represent.
The show's also won a Golden Globe, a SAG award, a Peabody, a GLAAD award, and a Worst TV Show of the Week condemnation from the Parents Television Council, which cited "[a] veiled reference to fellatio, a speech denouncing abstinence, simulated sex during a musical dance number, and premature ejaculation." Apparently they missed the episode in which Puck (Mark Salling) laces the bake-sale cupcakes with medical marijuana (and gets away with it).k ardor runs hot.