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|Family & Friends|
Dalton Academy Warblers
Show choir performing
|Clique:||Dalton Academy Warblers|
|First appearance:||Special Education|
|Last appearance:||Sadie Hawkins|
Jeff is a student at Dalton Academy and part of the Dalton Academy Warblers. He appears in every Warblers performance in Season Two, with the exception of Teenage Dream. He is absent during McKinley's performance of West Side Story, for unknown reasons. In Love Love Love, he didn't appear on the performance of Help! and All You Need Is Love.
He is portrayed by Riker Lynch.
Jeff, along with the rest of the Warblers, is introduced in Season Two. In Special Education, he is given the opportunity to audition for a solo, along with his fellow Warblers Kurt and Nick. When Kurt asks how many times they already had tried out for a solo, Jeff answers that he had auditioned six times before. Jeff and Nick move on from the initial round of auditions while Kurt does not.
He sings Bills, Bills, Bills with the Warblers.
He dances to Animal with the Warblers.
He is noticeably affected by Kurt's impromptu rendition of Blackbird and joins with the other Warblers in the practice room in background vocals. Jeff also immediately raises his hand for Kurt to duet with Blaine at Regionals when the council puts it up for a vote.
He sings Somewhere Only We Know together with the Warblers in order to say goodbye to Kurt.
He sings alongside Sebastian and the Warblers in the Bad performance head-to-head against the New Directions. He was seen partnered with Quinn Fabray for the dance-fight number. He was present in the Black or White number with the New Directions in the McKinley Auditorium. In the end, he and the Warblers agree that Sebastian has taken things too far.
He is present when Blaine comes to his own school in order to get back the New Directions' nationals trophy, and also performs in My Dark Side.
He is shown to be among the Warblers who agree to be doped during this episode.
—Jeff, Special Education