|Intimacy Level:|| Ex-Boyfriend and Girlfriend|
|Dating History:|| Started dating in Britney 2.0|
Ended in The Break-Up
|Dating Status:||Broken Up|
They first started dating in Britney 2.0, the second episode of Season Four and broke up in The Break-Up, the fourth episode of the same season.
Jake starts dating Kitty because he knows he won't get made fun of when he dates her, even though he knows that she is very mean. However, Jake breaks up with Kitty when she crosses a line by insulting Marley and her mother.
Since then, Kitty has shown interest in Jake, although she admits in Sadie Hawkins that she just doesn't want Marley to have Jake over her.
Kitty overhears Jake telling Marley that his jacket looks good on her. She then interrupts their conversation and tells Marley that she is dating Jake. Jake doesn't really confirm it, implying that he doesn't see them as a couple yet, but Kitty takes Jake's jacket from Marley and caresses him in the hallway. They are seen together on the football field at the end of the episode, where Jake is seen serenading Kitty, while Marley is singing Everytime.Breadstix and has a discussion about the rapture while Jake and Marley talk between themselves. After the fake rapture that was committed, Jake meets with Marley at the lockers about what happened. Kitty meets up with them, and Jake calls off their relationship. Kitty blames this on Marley, and hands back Jake's jacket stating, "Obama's gonna lose."
Kitty blatantly sees that Jake is jealous of the new quarterback, Ryder, and Marley. She has told people instead of him breaking up with her, that she broke up with him because he has "a gross third nipple." She then goes over to Ryder and Marley, and starts insulting Marley, which leads to Marley being in tears. Kitty, then, tells Ryder she's single and walks off. Kitty signs up to audition for the role of Sandy in the school musical, Grease. Jake auditions with her to make sure she doesn't kill Marley, but Kitty sees this as him trying to stop Marley fornicating with Ryder. They then audition with Everybody Talks, which Marley watches in sadness. They get a big applause. Kitty, Jake, Marley, and Ryder are all called back but throughout the performance Kitty is left out. At one point Kitty is so jealous of Marley and Jake that she nearly hits Marley until Jake quickly moves her out of the way and picks Kitty up to distract her briefly. Kitty is then cast as "Patty Simcox," which annoys her. She then blames Jake for screwing up Hand Jive, where he replies that they were both great, but that it just didn't work out. Looking disappointed, she says that she's been hearing that a lot from him lately.
Before mocking Marley by singing Look at Me I'm Sandra Dee, Kitty says "I'm Marley, I steal other people's boyfriends," stressing how she is bitter over her split with Jake. During the Grease performance, Jake flips up Kitty's skirt as she twirls.
During the Marley/Kitty duet of Holding Out for a Hero, Kitty whips aside all the chairs to make a clear and obvious path from her to Jake and dances towards him, addressing some of the song towards him.
Jake and Kitty are dance partners during Gangnam Style.
Jake, along with Ryder and Sam, are using Kitty as a weight during the chorus of Centerfold/Hot In Herre. Jake and Kitty can also be seen working out together during the performance. In the Boys' Locker Room, Kitty and Tina caught Jake and Ryder having a pose-off. After Tina announced to Ryder what month he will be posting on the Men of McKinley Calendar, Kitty tells Jake that he will posing as June, which is a beach theme and October holding only a "Jake-o'-lantern" over his "naughty bits." She is later seen looking extremely bored and irritated during Jake's performance of Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself), which he dedicates to Marley.
In this episode, she can be seen dancing with Jake during Shout. Kitty is fine with Marley dating Jake and even says, "We're both dating Puckermans" referring to her dating Puck. Kitty "attempts" to help Marley after she learns Ryder kissed her while she is dating Jake.
In Guilty Pleasures, the New Directions Girls, including Kitty, attack Jake as his guilty pleasure is Chris Brown's music and they attempt to prevent him from singing his songs as Chris Brown is seen as a bad artist. Kitty says, he is a douche when she talks to Jake. After Jake sings My Prerogative by another Brown, Bobby Brown, he thinks he has done the correct song, but Artie reveals to him that Bobby Brown put Whitney Houston on crack and Kitty, along with the girls, still hold some disappointment towards him for not researching the artists behind the music.
During Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours, Jake and Ryder dance with Kitty and lifts her up from time to time. When Kitty does back-up dancing for Kurt's solo, You Are the Sunshine of My Life, Kitty, Tina, and Marley stand behind Burt's seat and Jake can be seen staring at Kitty intently.
Kitty and Jake sitting together in the choir room. They both teach the other kids how to "twerk."
They sit together several times during the episode, also they sit together and fool around during the performance of Hold On .
Sang Together (In a Group Number)
|Some Nights||Dynamic Duets||Blaine, Ryder, Sam, Marley, Tina, and Joe|
|Outcast||Sweet Dreams||Marley, Unique, and Ryder|
|Longest Time||Lights Out||Ryder, Sam, Marley, and Artie|
|Wide Awake||A Katy or A Gaga||Tina and Unique|
|Blurred Lines||The End of Twerk||Artie, Bree, and Will|
|On Our Way||Artie, Blaine, Marley, Ryder, Sam, Tina, and Unique|
|You May Be Right||Movin' Out||Will, Artie, and Ryder|
|Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree||Previously Unaired Christmas||Will, Artie and Marley|
- Everytime by Britney Spears. (Britney 2.0)
- Born to Hand Jive from Grease. (The Role You Were Born to Play)
- Holding Out for a Hero by Bonnie Tyler. (Dynamic Duets)
- Gangnam Style by PSY. (Thanksgiving)
- Centerfold/Hot in Herre by The J. Geils Band/Nelly. (Naked)
- Shout by The Isley Brothers. (Girls (and Boys) on Film)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours by Stevie Wonder. (Wonder-ful)
- Away In A Manger by Traditional. (Previously Unaired Christmas)
- They had the shortest relationship on Glee so far, lasting two episodes.