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|Hair Color:||Dark Blonde|
|Occupation(s):||Former Gap Jr. Manager|
|Family & Friends|
|Family:|| Unnamed Father|
|Relationships:||Blaine Anderson (former crusher)|
|Weaknesses:||The GAP manager, his sexual orientation, overzealous underage boys|
|First appearance:||Silly Love Songs|
|Last appearance:||Silly Love Songs|
Jeremiah is portrayed by Alexander Nifong.
After sharing two dates (which were just going for coffee) together prior to Valentine's Day, Blaine hopes to pursue a deeper relationship between himself and Jeremiah. He asked Kurt Hummel and the Warblers to help serenade Jeremiah with the song When I Get You Alone for him in his place of employment, the Gap, as a Valentine's Day gesture.
The song is a big hit for the customers, but Jeremiah shows obvious discomfort. Afterwards, Blaine and Kurt wait with GAP bags outside the store for Jeremiah, who comes outside. Jeremiah kindly speaks to Blaine, telling him that he should not have come to his workplace to 'bust a groove'. Blaine points out that the customers liked it. Jeremiah gently explains that he didn't, and neither did his boss. He was fired as a result of the performance.
Jeremiah tells Blaine that his co-workers had not known he was gay. Kurt, sitting nearby, pipes up that Jeremiah's hairstyle makes it likely that they already knew.
Jeremiah continues to explain to Blaine that he did not consider the two coffee meetings to be dates, and that he cannot have a relationship with him because it would be illegal, as Blaine is underage. He smiles slightly, pats Blaine on the arm, and leaves a confused and embarrassed Blaine behind. Kurt appears pleased but quickly switches to sympathetic when Blaine turns to look at him.
After the incident, Blaine tells Kurt he is embarrassed and realizes that he imagined a romantic attachment with Jeremiah where none existed. Jeremiah is not mentioned again in Season Two or Season Three.