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|Intimacy Level:|| Sexual (Implied)|
Ex-Boyfriend and Girlfriend
|Started Dating:||Sadie Hawkins|
|Dating Status:||Broke up prior to Lights Out|
The Kitty-Puck Relationship, more commonly known as Wilderman (Wilderman is also the ship name for Jake and Kitty); but also known as Pitty, Kick or Puckitty, is the relationship between McKinley High student, New Directions Member and Cheerio, Kitty Wilde, and McKinley High alumnus Noah Puckerman.
After Kitty's constant advances towards Jake to go with her to the dance, Puck steps in and tells Kitty to back off Jake, only for Kitty to entice him to go the dance with her. He agrees to go with her and the two engage in a flirtatious relationship. At the dance, they throw jokes back and forth at each other, innocently. Kitty also mentions that she loved Puck's script, and thinks he has potential as a screenwriter, despite his poor spelling skills. While dancing, they then decide to go off to the back of Puck's car to make-out (or possibly have sex).
They are mentioned by Ryder in this episode, when he says Puck is dating a sophomore (confirming Kitty's school grade).
When Kitty apologizes to Marley, she says that they'll be sister-in-laws someday, because they both are dating Puckermans, which implies that Kitty and Puck are still dating.
Kitty threatens to go after the girls who were harassing Unique, mentioning that it's hard to judge anyone because she is dating a Puckerman, referring to Puck not Jake who are half-brothers because of their dad is the same but not mothers.
In this episode Puck mentions having sex with three girls, implying he and Kitty are no longer an item.
They are confirmed to have split when Kitty tells Ryder that Puck and her broke up. She said that he dumped her when he went off to live at the University of Lima.