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The List of Minor Characters is a list of characters who made a minor appearance on Glee.

A

Abigail Figgins Gunderson

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
AbigailFigginsGunderson 02 Abigail Figgins Gunderson First episode:
The Hurt Locker, Part One

Last episode:
The Hurt Locker, Part One

Iqbal Theba

Abigail Figgins Gunderson is the sister of Principal Figgins and the principal of Carmel High School, house of Vocal Adrenaline. She made her debut in The Hurt Locker, Part One, the fourth episode of Season Six.

She is portrayed by Iqbal Theba.

The Hurt Locker, Part One

She is sitting in her office when Sue comes in to file a complaint about Will. Sue first thinks it's Principal Figgins but Abigail explains they are siblings and says that his name is Principal because he's first-born. She is very shocked to hear that Will pledges his loyalty to the New Directions and agrees with Sue that she should have a conversation with him about this.

Al Motta

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
AlMotta2 Al Motta First episode:
I Am Unicorn

Last episode:
I Am Unicorn

Rick Pasqualone

Al Motta is the father of Sugar. He made his one-episode debut in I Am Unicorn, the second episode of Season Three. He was previously mentioned in the prior episode, The Purple Piano Project.

He is portrayed by Rick Pasqualone.

I Am Unicorn

Mr. Motta makes a private donation to McKinley High, so they can afford a second Glee Club (later called "The Troubletones") starring his daughter Sugar, since she was rejected from New Directions in The Purple Piano Project when she auditioned with Big Spender. He also pays to have Shelby Corcoran tracked down so she can come and direct the new Glee Club since she is "The best show choir director money can buy." This is the first and last time Al Motta is seen in Season Three and he doesn't make an appearance at all in Season Four.

Andrea Carmichael

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
AndreaSeason3 Andrea Carmichael First episode:
Mash-Up

Last episode:
Opening Night

Earlene Davis

Andrea Carmichael is a local news reporter for WOHN-TV, a television network in Lima, Ohio. She works alongside her husband and fellow news reporter, Rod Remington. She quit her job in Naked but returns to work at the same place prior to The End of Twerk.

She is portrayed by Earlene Davis.

Mash-Up

Andrea is seen in several scenes at the studio where she reports news. She was also caught making out with Rod Remington, causing him and Sue to break up.

Furt

Andrea and Rod announce that they are engaged, much to Sue's embarrassment.

The Purple Piano Project

Andrea appears to be presenting the news with Rod. When introducing Sue she seems bitter and sarcastic, implying that they still dislike each other.

Pot o' Gold

Andrea appears briefly behind her news desk listening to Burt's congressional campaign on TV.

Naked

In this episode, Andrea is first seen after the WOHN Reporter, Rod, finishes talking about the Warblers cheating at Sectionals. Andrea then screams and gets up and says she has enough of live TV if this is what they call news nowadays. She screams and kicks over the bin and walks out, quitting her job. Rod looks on, saying he will soon have a younger, hotter co-anchor.

The End of Twerk

It appears that Andrea returned to work prior to this episode and seems to be normal as always. She appears in only one scene, along with Rod, when Sue presents her new Sue's Corner.

Opening Night

Andrea is present during Sue's Corner in a flashback when she talks everything bad about New York City, and again at the end of the episode when she says the opposite about the Big Apple.

The Rise and Fall of Sue Sylvester

Andrea appears during Geraldo Rivera's documentary about Sue, saying how much Sue has tried to get her into trouble.

Rod Remington

They kissed and made out numerous times, but initially there was nothing serious because Rod told her and Sue that he couldn't be caged and have just one woman. He took her to the same Swing Dance competition that he was going to take Sue the previous year and took third place. Andrea marries Rod in the second season, although he claims it to be an 'open marriage'.

Andrea Cohen

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
AndreaGlee Andrea Cohen First episode:
Acafellas

Last episode:
Journey

Vivian Nixon

Andrea Cohen is a student at Carmel High School and a member of Vocal Adrenaline. Unlike most other members in her group, she appears to be relatively nice.

She is portrayed by actress Vivian Nixon.

Pilot

Andrea appears as a dancer in Rehab.

Acafellas

She is seen throwing up in a trash bin with Shoshandra holding back her hair. She tells Rachel, Kurt, Tina, Mercedes, Quinn, Brittany, and Santana not to hire Dakota Stanley, because he is a monster. She apparently had both heat exhaustion and Chron's disease, but was still unable to skip rehearsal.

Journey

Andrea appears as a dancer in Bohemian Rhapsody.

Anthony Rashard

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
AnthonyRashad Anthony Rashard First episode:
The Substitute

Last episode:
The Substitute

Darrel Davenport

Anthony Rashad is a member of the Titans, who appears to be on good terms with the New Directions. He only appears in The Substitute, the seventh episode of Season Two, when Kurt announces to Mercedes that he has set her up on a date with him.

He is portrayed by Darrel Davenport.

The Substitute

His first appearance was in The Substitute when Kurt announces in the lunchroom that he has found Mercedes a guy. Although Mercedes thinks he is cute, she seems to be offended, and accuses Kurt of setting them up because they are both black. Kurt counters that because he's noted Mercedes isolating herself more, obsessed over tater tots, and trying to use her friendship with him as an alternative to trying to find a boyfriend. She eventually concludes he is right and agrees to talk with Anthony.

Mercedes Jones

Mercedes waving to Anthony

Mercedes waving to Anthony in the lunchroom.

In The Substitute, Kurt's new friendship with Blaine begins to take up more of his time, and he grows concerned that Mercedes is feeling left out. Kurt attempts to set her up with Anthony, a member of the football team who he seems to be on good terms with. Anthony seems interested in Mercedes; he smiles at her when she looks in his direction. She responds by smiling and waving in greeting. Mercedes is at first reluctant to talk to him, but after Kurt voices his concerns about her recent behavior regarding tater-tots, Mercedes decides to take a chance on Anthony. By the time Valentine's Day comes around, Mercedes is saying that it is best if she is single for awhile and that she doesn't need a man. It is unclear if Mercedes and Anthony ever did go out, if they simply had a bad date and broke it off, or if they simply never spoke to each other even though they were set up together.

  • He is the first person on Glee to have a crush on Mercedes since Puck only used her.
  • He is only mentioned once after his debut in The Substitute.

Aphasia

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
AphasiaGlee Aphasia First episode:
Hairography

Last episode:
Hairography

Telisha Shaw

Aphasia is a student at Jane Addams Academy. She is a skilled robber and pick-pocketer who was charged with robbing a bank. In Hairography, the eleventh episode of Season One, she is caught pick-pocketing Will's wallet by her choir director, Grace Hitchens.

She is portrayed by actress Telisha Shaw.

Hairography

Aphasia is in Ms. Hitchens' office being told off for a misdemeanour. She's asked why she tried to rob a bank and replies sassily with "Because, Ms. Hitchens, that's where they keep the money." On her way back to class, she steals Will's wallet just by brushing past him, but has to return it to him. Even though he almost lost his wallet, Will is impressed by her skill. In the song Bootylicious, Aphasia is lead the back-up vocal for Shadonda, she was also mentioned in the lyrics.

Back-up vocals
Season One
Song Episode Sung by Backup with
Bootylicious Hairography Shadonda N/A

  • Aphasia, ironically, is the medical term used to describe a disability with communication.

Grace Hitchens: You're a good kid, Aphasia. Why did you try to rob a bank?
Aphasia: Because, Ms. Hitchens, that's where they keep the money.

—Aphasia and Grace Hitchens, Hairography

B

Bassist

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Bassist1 Bassist First episode:
Pilot

Last episode:
Dreams Come True

Scott Henson

Unnamed Bassist was the bass player for the New Directions. He plays bass in most of their performances. In Hold on to Sixteen, the eighth episode of Season Three, he sings with the club at Sectionals to make up for lack of members. He graduates in New Directions, the thirteenth episode of Season Five.

He is portrayed by musician Scott Henson.

TBA

Beatrice McClaine

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
BeatriceMcClaine Beatrice McClaine First episode:
The New Rachel

Last episode:
The New Rachel

Amanda Jane Cooper

Beatrice McClaine is a former student at NYADA, being cut by Carmen Tibideaux after her performance in the round room.

Beatrice McClaine is portrayed by Amanda Jane Cooper.

The New Rachel

Beatrice is the first student to get asked to sing a song publically in front of all the other NYADA students. She then gives a rendition of Ave Maria, which is interrupted by Carmen Tibideaux, who realizes that Beatrice didn't practice her song "all summer long," as she had been told. Beatrice is then told to reapply to NYADA again in December, implying that she has been kicked out. She walks away, upset.

Season Four

Betty Adams

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Bettyadams1 Betty Adams First episode:
Glease

Last episode:
Glease

Davenia McFadden

Betty Adams is the mother of Unique (formerly Wade) Adams. She appears as a concerned parent, who is proud of Unique's individuality but worried that others will not accept her and harm her. She has currently made a one-episode appearance in the episode, Glease, where she and her husband have a conversation with Principal Figgins about Unique.

She is portrayed by Davenia McFadden.

Glease

Betty Adams makes her first appearance in this episode when Principal Figgins calls her and her husband Rob to congratulate them on Wade being given the role of Rizzo in the school's production of Grease. They, being unaware of this, meet with Figgins and Sue to discuss their uneasiness with the casting. She states that they have always known that Wade was different and were very proud when he performed as a girl at the Nationals competition.

Rob states that because they live in Ohio, they are worried about Wade performing as a girl, to which Sue recounts an act of bullying she saw in the hallways with Wade and another student. Both Betty and Rob pull Wade out of the show and ask that he no longer be 'Unique' during school hours.

Betty Pillsbury

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Screen Shot 2013-06-13 at 15.51.43 Betty Pillsbury First episode:
I Do

Last episode:
I Do

Ali Stroker

Betty Pillsbury is a minor character who makes her debut in the fourteenth episode of Season Four, I Do. She is the niece of Emma Pillsbury and appears at her wedding with Will Schuester.

She is portrayed by Ali Stroker, runner-up of the second season of The Glee Project.

I Do

Betty appears for the first time in this episode. She is introduced as a mean girl, mentioned early when Emma tells Artie about her while cleaning his locker. When Artie and Betty meet each other at the wedding reception, she doesn't seem interested in him, treating him in a bad way. She didn't know Artie was also in a wheelchair and tells him to roll away.

Later, Artie invites her to dance, which she eventually accepts and is shown dancing with him to Just Can't Get Enough. She is later seen again with Artie performing We've Got Tonite, when entering into the hotel room that Artie reserved, where they have sex. After, they both joke about how neither could tell if it was good or not.

She finally appears at McKinley, where she tells Artie he was one of the best things that happened to her and apologizes for the way she treated him at the wedding, saying she gets mean when nervous. Artie asks for her number and then proceeds to ask her out on a date, to which she accepts.

Solos (In a Group Number)

Season Four

Song Episode Solos with
We've Got Tonite I Do Artie, Blaine, Finn, Jake, Kurt, Marley, Quinn, Rachel, and Santana

Bichette

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Bichettepic4 Bichette First episode:
Movin' Out

Last episode:
Movin' Out

Tyra Banks

Bichette is a minor character that made her debut in Movin' Out, the sixth episode of Glee's fifth season. She is the owner and manager of the House of Bichette company.

She is portrayed by Tyra Banks.

Movin' Out

Sam comes to the House of Bichette company to apply to be a male model, and to show Bichette some photos from his photoshoot.

She is impressed by Sam's looks and body. She is somewhat intrigued by his mouth, which Sam describes as 'trouty' for her. She explains the ins and outs of the modelling business to Sam, telling him to lose 10 pounds if he wants to get his foot in the door. Sam, surprised, just smiles. Later in the episode, Sam says that he refuses to do what Bichette wants.

Bobby Surette

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Bobbypointing Bobby Surette First episode:
The New Rachel

Last episode:
Glee, Actually

Jesse Luken

Robert "Bobby" "Boom Boom" Surette is a character on Glee who made his first appearance in The New Rachel, the first episode of Season Four. He is a student and jock at McKinley.

He is portrayed by Jesse Luken.

The New Rachel

Bobby is portrayed as the new jock bully of the Glee Club, along with his best friend Phil Lipoff. He was first seen at the Lima Bean where Kitty tells Kurt that her iced latte was too cold.

At first, he is a "friend" of New Directions, because of their new popularity. He and Phil made fun of Marley's mom during lunch with the glee club and pressured Artie into saying something mean too. The second time this happens, Marley gets mad and reveals that she is the daughter of the new cook. At last, he, Phil and Kitty tell the glee club members that they were no longer popular, and he and Phil throw slushies at Marley and Unique.

Britney 2.0

He and Phil Lipoff insult Mrs. Rose at lunch. Marley tells them off saying that Mrs. Rose is her mother and Jake tells them to apologize. The two of them refuse, so Jake attacks them, starting a short fist-fight, only to be pulled apart by Will.

Dynamic Duets

Bobby appears with Phil and rudely interrupts Jake and Mrs. Rose's conversation. Bobby rudely interrupts them as well and makes fun of her. Jake defends her and almost gets up with them and the rest of their friends, but Ryder and the superheroes come and save Jake. Phil and the others leave because of the threat Ryder made.

Glee, Actually

Bobby only appears with his friend Phil, picking on Jake. Jake then starts wrestling with him and Bobby on the ground. This fight is soon broken up by Jake's brother Puck, who tells them to leave Jake alone or he'll beat him up. The jocks leave and don't return for the remainder of the episode. This is the last time he's seen on the show to date.

Brenda Castle

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
BrendaCastle Brenda Castle First episode:
Bad Reputation

Last episode:
Dream On

Molly Shannon

Brenda Castle is the astronomy teacher and badminton coach at William McKinley High School. She is previously from another school in Fort Wayne, Indiana, but she was transferred because she had some "drug problems" that got involved with some of her "shudents" (her word for "students"). She constantly mocks Sue in the episode Bad Reputation.

She is portrayed by Molly Shannon.

Bad Reputation

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Brenda Castle is a new teacher at McKinley High who immediately clashes with Sue. She, along with the rest of the teachers in the lounge, laugh at Sue for her rendition of Olivia Newton-John's Physical (leaving Sue humiliated more after the teachers have seen the clip). She even makes a point to laugh at her face. She tries to hit on Will, which makes him uncomfortable, after being called a "slut" by Emma.

Later in the episode, she mentions that she's an alcoholic and likes pills.

Dream On

Brenda is shown in Bryan Ryan's show choir conversion club. She states that she hasn't sung a show tune in 42 days and discusses her past on Broadway. Brenda later states that she began huffing glue shortly after (similar to former student April, who says that after Broadway, she started huffing glue).

Britney Spears

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Britney and brittany Britney Spears First episode:
Britney/Brittany

Last episode:
Britney/Brittany

Britney Spears

Britney Jean Spears, born December 2, 1981, is an American pop icon, singer, dancer and actress. She made an appearance as herself on Glee in Britney/Brittany.

Britney/Brittany

She was featured in Britney/Brittany, which was a tribute to her and her songs. Five of her songs were performed. She appeared in Artie's, Brittany's, Santana's, and Rachel's dream sequences at the dentist's office. She first appeared in Me Against the Music, throwing Brittany against the wall and saying that it was a fantasy. Next, she was the teacher in Baby One More Time. Finally, she is seen in Stronger, saying that Tina was a fool for breaking up with Artie.

Buddy Leibowitz

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Stage Buddy Leibowitz First episode:
Home (mentioned)

Last episode:
Home

N/A

Buddy Leibowitz was an elderly citizen of Lima, Ohio and the owner of Leibowitz Strip Malls. He was also the owner of the local roller rink, Rinky Dinks, which was noted to be floundering in terms of business.

April Rhodes was his mistress for some time before his death.

Home

Though never seen in person, Buddy is mentioned by April and Will in this episode. This is the first time they meet after April's departure in The Rhodes Not Taken, the fifth episode of Season One. April's sobriety streak quickly derailed, and she became a frequent customer at a local bar, where, one night, Buddy offered to buy her a drink. The exchange ultimately resulted in April becoming his mistress, landing her a steady job as a singer at Rinky Dinks during evening hours. Rinky Dinks was rented out as a performance space to the New Directions under his approval.

After a suggestion from Will, April ends her affair with Buddy. However, while doing so, Buddy suffers a stroke and dies in front of April and his wife.

In order to prevent April from going to the "Lima Times" with her story of the affair, Buddy's wife paid April $2 million in return for her silence. A portion of this money is used to purchase McKinley High School's auditorium, which she aptly renamed The April Rhodes Civic Pavilion.

C

Cameo

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Cameo Cameo First episode:
The Substitute

Last episode:
The Substitute

Lindsey Sims-Lewis

Cameo is a student at a school where Holly was once employed as a substitute teacher. She made her one episode debut in The Substitute, the seventh episode of the second season of Glee.

She is portrayed by Lindsey Sims-Lewis.

The Substitute

After being annoyed with Holly's teaching style (she wanted to practice some "tricks" with Math, and Cameo accused her of witchcraft), she punched her in the face, knocking her out. After this, Holly decided to never be strict again. Holly claims that the kids (including Cameo) stole her Air Jordans while she was unconscious. She is a Christian.

Holly: Good morning, class. The syllabus says you're on algorithms. So let's start with some easy ones.
Cameo: Let's start with you kissing my ass.
Holly: Miss Cameo, do you find that algorithms are hard for you to understand?
Cameo: Do you find my fist hard to understand?
Holly: I have some really great tricks that make them very easy to learn.
Cameo: Tricks? What are you? Some type of magician substitute? I'm a Christian, and that devil magic stuff offends me!
Holly: Cameo!

—Cameo and Holly Holiday, The Substitute

Canada

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
CanadaGlee Canada First episode:
The Purple Piano Project

Last episode:
The Purple Piano Project

Tim Wilson

Canada is a high school student and a NYADA hopeful. He is seen at the NYADA mixer. He makes his one-episode debut in the episode, The Purple Piano Project.

He is portrayed by Tim Wilson.

The Purple Piano Project

Canada is seen in a hotel conference room in Dayton with several other students who are hoping to enroll at NYADA. Kurt and Rachel meet these students and watch them perform. He greets and introduces himself to Kurt and Rachel alongside Harmony, Gavroche, and Pendleton as they enter. This is the only episode Canada is seen in on Glee.

Candace Dystra

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Candace Candace Dystra First episode:
Sectionals

Last episode:
Sectionals

Anna Camp

Candace "Candy" Dystra appears as a judge at the 2009 Western Ohio Sectional Championship in Sectionals, the thirteenth episode of Season One, along with Donna Landries and Rod Remington. Candace, with the other two judges, votes for the New Directions to win.

She is portrayed by actress Anna Camp.

Sectionals

Candace appears along with Rod Remington and Donna Landries as a judge at the Glee Club's Sectionals in the episode titled. She gives the impression of being an unintelligent "valley girl" type of woman. She claims she was uncomfortable and rather irritated when the deaf kids sang (or "honked" as she calls it). She says she liked the energy of New Directions' performance, but doesn't think they were all that rehearsed (which they weren't). When they are leaving the judging room, she congratulates the group telling them that they should be "very proud." Donna then shoves her out of the way so she cannot talk to the McKinley kids, who had been listening to the judges' conversation at the door.

Rod Remington

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Candace is suddenly attracted to Rod when he starts telling stories from his famous past and looking at her. Later on, you hear him asking her to write down her email address.

Okay. I'm just gonna come out and say it. This is a singing competition. I don't know how those deaf kids got in. They weren't singing, they were like honking and everyone was crying and I was like, "Get off the stage. You're terrible and you're making me super uncomfortable."

—Candace Dystra, Sectionals

Chandler Kiehl

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Picture11 Chandler Kiehl First episode:
Dance with Somebody

Last episode:
Dance with Somebody

Justin Castor

Chandler Kiehl is a character who meets Kurt Hummel at the sheet music store "Between the Sheets" in Dance with Somebody, the seventeenth episode of Season Three. He flirts with Kurt and they had a brief period of messaging each other flirty texts. He told Kurt that he has an audition for NYU in the fall and is planning to go to New York City to live.

He is portrayed by Justin Castor.

Dance with Somebody

Kurt and Chandler

Chandler greets Kurt and compliments his taste in both fashion and music.

He talks about his audition for NYU and also Kurt's NYADA call-back, and Kurt gives him his phone number. Kurt doesn't realise that Chandler likes him as more than just as a friend.

During the episode, Chandler exchanges dozens of flirty messages with Kurt. Blaine reads through his texts, and is heartbroken when he finds them. He confronts Kurt and they argue. Kurt states that he did not consider this cheating, but only harmless fun, but Blaine remains hurt and angry. Blaine and Kurt go to couples counseling and resolve their issues. This ends with Kurt telling Chandler to stop texting him.

Are you an astronaut? Because your smile is out of this world.

—Chandler Kiehl


I am pretty sure you were Cleopatra in another life. You've got a great asp.

—Chandler Kiehl, Dance with Somebody


When we go to New York let's go to the front of the Plaza and re-enact the end of 'The Way We Were.'

—Chandler Kiehl, Dance with Somebody


Can you sing into my voicemail? I want to make your voice my ringtone.

—Chandler Kiehl, Dance with Somebody

Charlie Darling

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Charlie2 Charlie Darling First episode:
The Untitled Rachel Berry Project

Last episode:
The Untitled Rachel Berry Project

Beau Garrett

Charlie Darling is the head of a modeling agency in New York. She meets Sam during the auditions for a new Treasure Trailz model, and hires him.

She is portrayed by actress and model Beau Garrett.

The Untitled Rachel Berry Project

Turbpsam2

Charlie is introduced at Sam's Treasure Trailz modeling audition. She is the head of the modeling agency, and explains the audition. Charlie tells them they are going to do it fast and dirty: she wants to be turned on by it. While auditioning, Sam sings Girls on Film. During the song Charlie starts dancing with him, ending on top of him. She then tells him he's buzzing with sex and he's hired.

At Sam's first shoot for his new modeling gig, Charlie is a little disappointed. She then sends the assistant away, doing the shoot in private. She's taking pictures of him while asking him random questions and having a conversation with him. She keeps on walking closer towards him, coming onto him, telling him they can do whatever they want without anybody knowing. She then kisses him. Sam kisses back briefly, but feels very guilty about it. Later in the episode, it is revealed that Sam started crying afterwards, with Charlie taking pictures of him.

Back-up vocals
Season Five
Song Episode Sung by: Backup with:
Girls on Film The Untitled Rachel Berry Project Sam Models

Chase Madison

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Chase Chase Madison First episode:
Makeover

Last episode:
The Break-Up

Dan Domenech

Chase Madison is a fashion designer for Vogue.com. He makes his first appearance in Makeover, the third episode of Season Four.

He is portrayed by Dan Domenech.

Makeover

He appears during the deliberation at Vogue.com with other employees. He tries to come up with a new collection of leather clothes, which is rejected by Isabelle. Later, he is in a conversation with Isabelle, Kurt and other employees.

The Break-Up

After Kurt and Blaine have their argument, during which Blaine confesses that he cheated on Kurt with "Eli.C," Chase predicts that the large bunch of flowers on Kurt's desk are from someone out there that's "seriously crushing on you or seriously trying to make up for something." He asks if he is cute, to which Kurt replies "the cutest." He offers to go "binge shopping" with Kurt to take his mind off it, which Kurt politely declines.

Chris

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
VocalMember Chris First episode:
The Rhodes Not Taken

Last episode:
The Rhodes Not Taken

Jayson Blair

Chris is a notable member of Vocal Adrenaline, and a waiter at Breadstix. He keeps getting failed so he could remain in the club due to his dance skills. He is a former McKinley student. He is very popular.

He is portrayed by Jayson Blair.

The Rhodes Not Taken

Chris serves Will at Breadstix. He explains that he is twenty-four years old and has spent the last six years as a senior at Carmel High. He has been unable to graduate high school because Carmel keeps flunking him every year so he can stay in Vocal Adrenaline (because he is the only one who can nail a triple-flip).

Cody Tolentino

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Cody Tolentino Cody Tolentino First episode:
Previously Unaired Christmas

Last episode:
Previously Unaired Christmas

Bryce Johnson

Cody Tolentino is a minor character who is introduced in Previously Unaired Christmas. He is a con-artist and a stripper, who manipulates Kurt, Rachel, and Santana into getting intoxicated before robbing Kurt and Rachel's apartment.

Cody is portrayed by Bryce Johnson.

Previously Unaired Christmas

At the New York City mall, Kurt, Rachel, and Santana fret over their jobs as holiday workers, thinking that it may be over for them. Cody makes an appearance, introducing himself as "Sexy Santa" and offering to give help to them. When Santana notices Kurt sees a sudden attraction in Cody, she immediately declines his offer. However, when Cody scares the three, saying that people would "trample" them and suggesting that they leave out the back door, they hesitantly accept his offer for help. Cody deputizes the three as his "elves" and wants to get to know them. He is later invited to the Bushwick Apartment for dinner, and he arrives shirtless with suspenders, and he is very intrigued with their apartment.

He brings a large Santa bag, where he reveals to them that he does a lot of parties from kid parties to bachelor parties. After he gets to know more about them, he, Santana, Kurt, and Rachel perform The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) where he pulls out helium and balloons to make their voices sound like chipmunks. After the performance, Cody looks around at the apartment, seemingly proud of himself and the others.

Later, Cody and Kurt are unintentionally caught making out with each other by Santana and Rachel after hearing clattering from afar. Cody exposes that he "swings both ways" meaning that he is both attracted to guys and girls. After that, he requests the ladies to join in for a toast for being naughty on Christmas. The next morning, everyone is hung over from the night before, and when Santana and Rachel discover that Kurt is tied up, they were role-playing, Cody wanted Kurt to be Rudolph and he denied it, he took off his suspenders, tied Kurt up and robbed the Bushwick Apartment.

In continuation of the incident, Rachel returns revealing that Cody has also pilfered from the Santa Land at the mall, and stole all of the Salvation Army bucket, deeming Cody a very dangerous person as the police tell the three that they are lucky they haven't been hurt.

Solos (In a Group Number)

Season Five

Song

Episode

Solos with

The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) Previously Unaired Christmas Kurt, Rachel, and Santana

Kurt Hummel

Since the moment Kurt met Cody, it seemed obvious that he was attracted to him, while Cody entered the Bushwick, Kurt and Cody shared very flirtatious moments with each other. Afterwards, they both made out with each other, and after role-playing, Kurt refused to be Rudolph, resulting in Cody tying him up and robbing the apartment. Kurt admits that their kissing was "sexy-kissing" since it was like Kurt did not have any teeth.

  • He is the first bisexual male to appear on Glee.

D

Dalton Rumba

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Rumba Dalton Rumba First episode:
Hairography

Last episode:
Love, Love, Love

Michael Hitchcock

Dalton Rumba is the show choir director at the Haverbrook School for the Deaf. His first appearance is in Hairography, the eleventh episode of Season One.

Dalton Rumba is portrayed by actor, writer and producer Michael Hitchcock.

Hairography

When he first appears, he is angry with Will because he let the Jane Addams Academy girls come to their school for a performance scrimmage. When Will says that the Haverbrook School can come over for a performance, he brings the show choir to McKinley and they "sing" Imagine in sign language. The New Directions come up and sing with them. At the end of the episode, after Sue gets Will's set list, she gives it to Dalton and Grace, the Jane Addams show choir director.

Sectionals

Dalton and Grace are at Sectionals with their choirs, knowing for a fact that one of them will win because they cheated. Dalton, in a celebratory fashion, decides to buy them both pretzels, but Grace doesn't feel much like celebrating because she didn't want to cheat. Meanwhile, Will and Emma find out that Sue leaked the set list to them, and Emma, who is the McKinley Glee Club's supervisor at Sectionals, tells the two directors off, disappointed that they would do that with their students. Mr. Rumba began to shoot back accusations against Emma, claiming that she is merely prejudiced against the deaf. Emma however reminds him and Grace that the best thing they can do for their kids is have faith in them, rather than feel the need to cheat in order to boost their self-worth. Rumba however still decides to let his students steal Don't Stop Believin', which makes Emma and Rachel furious. In the end Grace decides that she wants to tell the judges they cheated, but they had already made up their decision and McKinley won anyway.

It is not shown when Mr. Rumba had a change of heart, but he and Grace would later hand over evidence to McKinley High's Principal, that Sue had given them the setlist. This results in Sue getting suspended.

Makeover

Dalton appears in a meeting with Will and two others to discuss ideas at the annual Show Choir Committee meeting. While perusing over the snacks provided during the meeting, Dalton makes several requests and comments regarding the gluten content of the snacks, stating that if he consumes any gluten, the group will have quite a mess on their hands. These comments allude to the possibility that the character has celiac disease.

Love Love Love

He appears in the performance of Help!. He is seen playing the piano while the Haverbrook School for the Deaf perform. He also appears in the performance of All You Need Is Love, guiding the deaf kids as Kurt goes down the Dalton's stairs.

  • Michael Hitchcock, the actor who portrays Dalton Rumba, later became a writer for Glee in Season Three, and wrote the season three episodes Mash Off and Big Brother.
    • He is the first person that is part of Glee's production team to have appeared on the show. Ian Brennan is the second person, as he was on the show in the episode On My Way, as Svengoobles, the judge at Regionals, and then later on in Glee, Actually as the director of the movie Puck and Jake crash while singing Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah.

Daniel Schuester

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
DannyLLM Daniel Schuester First episode:
Opening Night (mentioned/born)
Loser Like Me
(appearance)

Last episode:
Dreams Come True

Unknown

Daniel Finn Schuester' is the son of Emma Pillsbury and Will Schuester. He is born in the episode Opening Night. His middle name is in honour of the late Finn Hudson. He is portrayed by Rick Pasqualone.

Trio

After multiple attempts of conceiving a child, Emma tells Will that she is pregnant the week before Nationals. Will has doubts but Emma says that she has had her pregnancy confirmed by her doctor.

New Directions

The New Directions alumni and members (along with Sue and Holly) film a video for Daniel to tell him how amazing his father has been and how he has changed many of their lives, and that Will will love him with the same amount of love and devotion as he had for them, quoted by Sue, "no matter how talentless, misshapen, ugly, miserable or sexually ambiguous he is". After the video, the glee club perform their final number, Don't Stop Believin'.

Opening Night

He is born. Emma calls Will to tell him that her water broke, prompting him to immediately fly back from New York and make it just in time to see the baby born. Afterwards, Will calls his former students to tell them that they have named the baby "Daniel Finn Schuester," the middle name derived from the late Finn Hudson.

Loser Like Me

Daniel makes his first appearance here. Will entertains him with his dance moves (which Daniel seems to enjoy) while discussing his new job as coach of Vocal Adrenaline.

  • His first name is probably a reference to Danny’s Song, which was sung by Will and Emma while restyling their Art Room to turn it into Daniel's bedroom.
  • His middle name is derived from the late Finn Hudson.

Darrell

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
DarrellProfileSmile Darrell First episode:
Jagged Little Tapestry

Last episode:
The Rise and Fall of Sue Sylvester

Justin Prentice

Darrell is a minor character on the sixth season of Glee. He first appears in the third episode Jagged Little Tapestry, as Becky Jackson's boyfriend.

He is portrayed by actor and singer, Justin Prentice.

Jagged Little Tapestry

Darrell is first introduced by Becky Jackson when she comes home to introduce her new boyfriend to her family and friends. According to her, Becky did not start the relationship with honesty; telling him that she was president of every club in high school—including glee club.

When Sue Sylvester, Quinn Fabray and Tina Cohen-Chang realize Darrell is a normal and handsome guy, they quickly assume he is merely taking advantage of Becky and interrogate him with Roz Washington. When they ask whether they had sex yet, he replies no because their relationship hadn't gotten to that point yet, but blurts out that it may, which immediately engrosses the women, causing Darrell to question their motifs and beliefs. He tells them that just because Becky has Down Syndrome doesn't give them the right to judge her will to live like any other person, turning the tide around before he left.

In a glee club meeting, Darrell watches Becky perform So Far Away with Tina and Quinn hoping to impress him, but she quickly rushes out of the room. At the end of the episode, Becky comes clean about her lies, to which Darrell says he already knew because she exaggerated, but chooses to be with her.

The Rise and Fall of Sue Sylvester

He is seen back at Sue's office while accompanying Becky when she comes back to protest over Sue's unfair actions against the Warblers. Since Becky is yelling, Sue can't work out anyting that she says and thus Darrell is forced to clear it up. This shows he seems to understand her a little better that the rest of the people.

Darrell is by Becky's side during her appearance in a clip at Geraldo Rivera's TV program. Becky claims that she is happier than ever before because she is free from Sue and Darrell is with her. He is shown pushing Becky in a hammock.

Darren

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Darren Pilot Darren First episode:
Pilot

Last episode:
Pilot

Aaron Hendry

Darren is an Emerald Dreams lawncare worker on Glee. He had a short relationship with Finn's mother Carole Hudson, but dumped her for a blonde girl he met at Pick-'n'-Save.

He is portrayed by Aaron Hendry.

Pilot

Darren is a lawncare worker for Emerald Dreams who works on the Hudsons' lawn, flirting with Carole Hudson. He sprays the lawn with her son, Finn, and teaches him how to sing, which is where Finn learned that he has a voice. He left them for a more attractive woman. Darren also had a band that broke up, but he tells Finn that if he had his
Daren
voice his band would still be together. Darren only appeared in Pilot. He appears in Finn's flashback, singing Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin', and later appears working on the football field, singing Don't Stop Believin', which is where Finn and, possibly, Artie got the idea to have the Glee Club sing it. It is unknown if Darren recognized Finn at that time.

He is not seen for the rest of the season and was not featured in any future seasons.

Season One
Unreleased Songs

  • Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin' by Journey (Pilot)

David (Warbler)

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Warblerdavid David (Warbler) First episode:
Never Been Kissed

Last episode:
Dynamic Duets

Titus Makin Jr.

David is a student at Dalton Academy and a member of the Dalton Academy Warblers.

He is portrayed by Titus Makin Jr.

Never Been Kissed

He first appears in with the Warblers during their longside Blaine Anderson and Wes when they talk to Kurt about spying on their glee club. He does not seem upset by Kurt's spying and he explains that the spying was so terrible it was endearing and that the Warblers did not hold a grudge against him.

Blaine states that David has a girlfriend when Kurt asks if everyone at Dalton is gay.

Special Education

It is revealed that he along with Wes and Thad are the three upperclassmen elected to lead the Warblers as a council because they do not have a Director.

The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

David is shown pulling off a backflip during the Warblers' rendition of Bills, Bills, Bills.

David, along with the rest of the council, is shown to become flustered when they are considering any sort of change in the Warblers' normal routine, but like the rest of the council, when he calms down, he is open to reasonable suggestions.

Dynamic Duets

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.

De'wanda Umber

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Dewandaumber De'wanda Umber First episode:
The New Rachel

Last episode:
The New Rachel

Hope Olaidé Wilson

De'wanda Umber is a student at William McKinley High School. Her first and so far only appearance was in the Season Four episode, The New Rachel. Not much is known about her character, except that she auditioned and was rejected from the New Directions.

She is portrayed by Hope Olaidé Wilson.

The New Rachel

De'wanda auditions for the glee club, but instead of singing, she merely turns on Kyoto by Skrillex and dances to it. Since Marley was said to be the only person to audition that got in, De'Wanda was clearly rejected.

Dennis Halberstadt

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Dennishalb Dennis Halberstadt First episode:
Mattress

Last episode:
Mattress

John Ross Bowie

Dennis Halberstadt is the school picture photographer. He only appears in Mattress, the twelfth episode of Season One.

He is portrayed by actor John Ross Bowie.

Mattress

He only appears in Mattress alongside Randy Cusperberg, the manager at Mattress Land. He takes the school pictures at McKinley, including the yearbook photos for the New Directions, the staff, and the students. When he mentions to Rachel that they're going to do a commercial, she starts crying and explains to him that she can do that anytime a day. Whether he's convinced that she's a good actress or that he gets twelve free actors, he lets the New Directions do the commercial. He attempts to enforce his script at a commercial. Unfortunately, his script doesn't make it through when Rachel tells Cusperberg that they're a glee club and should therefore sing. The New Directions members offer to sing Jump instead of following Halberstadt's script. He unhappily watches the performance.

  • In The Glee Project's first season music video for "Firework," Bowie appears as a yearbook photographer again, presumably Dennis.

Dmitri

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Dmitrii Dmitri First episode:
New New York

Last episode:
New New York

Manos Gavras

Dmitri is a minor character introduced in New New York. He acts as a chauffeur for Rachel by driving her around wherever she wants to go.

He is portrayed by actor Manos Gavras.

New New York

The episode opens up with Sidney giving Rachel a town car with her own chauffeur, Dmitri. Dmitri drives her to meet up with Kurt, Blaine, Sam, and Artie while she sings Downtown. They seemed surprised when she shows up in the town car. She tells them that he is great and she can call him any time of day and he doesn't say anything.

Dmitri says that the trunk is full as is the front when Rachel wants to put Artie's wheelchair in the car. He then drives Rachel, Kurt, and Blaine to the restaurant. When Artie says that Rachel shouldn't lecture him, he references her limousine chauffeur. She replies that it's a town car.

Later, Dmitri is seen driving Rachel around and says something to her, but she looks like she doesn't understand him. She asks him where they are and he says close to China Town. Then she asks him to pull over and let her out there because she feels isolated and doesn't want to be.

Don Barowski

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Donbarowski Don Barowski First episode:
Extraordinary Merry Christmas

Last episode:
Extraordinary Merry Christmas

E.E. Bell

Don Barowski is a character that appears in the Season Three episode, Extraordinary Merry Christmas, who hires Artie to direct a Christmas special with the New Directions as actors. He only makes a one-episode appearance.

He is portrayed by E.E. Bell.

Donna Jackson

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
DJ101 Donna Jackson First episode:
Funeral

Last episode:
Funeral

Kari Coleman

Donna Jackson is the mother of Becky. She made her one-episode debut in Funeral, the twenty-first episode of Season Two.

She is portrayed by Kari Coleman.

Funeral

Donna asks Will Schuester if Becky can join Glee Club as Becky was kicked off of the Cheerios for an unknown reason. It is eventually revealed that Becky reminds Sue of her sister Jean, who has recently died. She explains that Becky just wants somewhere where she can feel like she belongs, now that she no longer has the Cheerios. Will says that Nationals is in two weeks, so he can't in good conscience let her join, but she can join next year. Donna and Becky walk off with Donna comforting Becky who claims that she hates McKinley.

Donna Landries

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Normal 1395 Donna Landries First episode:
Sectionals

Last episode:
We Built This Glee Club

Patricia Forte

Donna Landries appears as a judge at the 2009 Western Ohio Sectional Championship in Sectionals, the thirteenth episode of Season One, along with Candace Dystra and Rod Remington. She reappears as a judge of the 2014 Western Ohio Sectional Championship in We Built This Glee Club, the eleventh episode of Season Six.

She is portrayed by Patricia Forte.

Sectionals

Donna first appears in Sectionals, as a fill-in judge for her boss (who had tickets to NASCAR), which she calls a 'fool event'. She doesn't like the job at all and admits she has no idea what she's doing and doesn't understand the terms of 'glee club' and 'show choir.' She also insults Jane Addams Academy. She, along with the other judges, awards the William McKinley High School's Glee Club first place.

Doris Sylvester

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Dor3 Doris Sylvester First episode:
Furt

Last episode:
The Rise and Fall of Sue Sylvester

Carol Burnett

Doris Sylvester is the Nazi hunting mother of McKinley's Principal Sue, her deceased sister Jean, and grandmother of Robin.

She is portrayed by actress Carol Burnett.

Showmance

Doris Sylvester was first mentioned in the episode by Sue who made a comment about euthanizing her. Obviously, this was one of Sue's many lies, to intentionally horrify Will Schuester.

The Power of Madonna

Later, it is mentioned by Sue in the episode The Power of Madonna that Doris and her husband were actually famous Nazi-hunters and weren't present for much of Sue's childhood, which appears to have left Sue with a great deal of resentment towards both her parents, but Doris in particular. As a result of their absence, Sue and Jean were often left with little money and little attention during their childhood.

Furt

After attempting her hand at online dating, Sue discovers that the only person she is capable of marrying is herself, which leads to her doing just that. As a result she and her student assistant Becky Jackson, plan out the wedding and send out invitations, one of them reaching Doris. And, so as Sue proceeds to fire her wedding planner, she is shocked and horrified to see that her mother has arrived for the wedding. Doris wastes no time insulting and belittling Sue (in a manner similar to how Sue treats other people), and voicing her disapproval of Sue's intent to marry herself. Sue meanwhile grows angry at the fact that Doris has made not a single attempt at visiting her other daughter Jean in the assisted living home that she resides in. Despite her dislike of Sue's self-marriage, she still makes the intention to stay, wanting to have her 'moment' with the girls, and intends to walk Sue down the aisle. Sue however rejects the offer, but reluctantly agrees to let Doris sing at her wedding.

Doris later gets Brad to accompany her as she forces Sue to sing Ohio with her in the auditorium. Sue shows obviously anger and discomfort, but oddly enough controls her bubbling temper. When the day of Sue's wedding finally arrives, Doris makes awkward and very uncomfortable conversations with Jean, while at the same time loudly stating how she disapproves of the wedding; when Sue begins to perform the ceremony for herself, her mother's behavior becomes too much, particular when Doris begins to claim wanting to have her moment with the girls again. Sue angrily counters that she had her chance, but chose instead to abandon her daughters to hunt Nazis. Doris weakly tries to justify the actions of her husband and herself, but Sue has none of it, and calls her a bully for how she's always treated Jean and herself. She then disinvites Doris from the wedding, and perhaps out of the lives of Jean and Sue. This is the last time Doris is seen in Season Two and on Glee so far. It is unknown if she will appear on Glee again, as she was not seen in Seasons Three and Four.

Funeral

She is mentioned in this episode when Jean dies with Sue stating, "She said her goodbye years ago." She was not informed of Jean's death.

Duets
Season Two:

Season Six:

Dottie Westerton

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Dottie Westerton Glee Dottie Westerton First episode:
Hell-O

Last episode:
Hell-O

Ayla Rose Barreau

Dottie Westerton is a student who is briefly seen in the episode Hell-O. She is a member of the Old Maids Club and apparently did not get a homecoming date even though her dad offered up a sizeable dowry that included livestock.

She is portrayed by Ayla Rose Barreau.

Hell-O

She bites her nails a lot during her scene. She says "Ouch" when she hears that Finn had broken up with Rachel. This is the only line she says in the episode.

Dr. Chin

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Drchin Dr. Chin First episode:
Throwdown

Last episode:
Throwdown

Amy Hill

Dr. Chin is Quinn's obstetrician during her pregnancy with Beth. She makes her first and only appearance in Throwdown, the seventh episode of Season One.

She is portrayed by actress Amy Hill.

Throwdown

She performs a pregnancy scan on Quinn, who has come with Finn to determine the gender of her baby. She reveals that fetus is a girl, but is curious about what the two teens will do after the baby is born.

In the same episode, Kendra and Terri blackmail Dr. Wu, another local obstetrician, by threatening him with a lawsuit, which would make all his clients start to go to Doctor Chin. This may imply that Doctor Chin is Doctor Wu's rival, especially as it is mentioned they are the only two obstetricians in Lima.

Dr. Shane

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Drshane Dr. Shane First episode:
Born This Way

Last episode:
Born This Way

Kathleen Quinlan

Dr. Shane is a character introduced in Born This Way, and has not appeared since then. She is Emma's therapist for her obsessive-compulsive disorder.

She is portrayed by Kathleen Quinlan.

Born This Way

She is seen in her office where Emma is scrubbing a chair. Emma then asks how much time of their session they have left to which she says none - Emma has been scrubbing the chair for almost the entire session. She tells her that it's clear she has OCD and that there is a stigma attached to mental disease. However, she says to not be ashamed of her illness, Dr. Shane herself having postpartum depression after the birth of her daughter and revealing it only got better once she accepted psychiatric help. She prescribes Emma medication for her OCD and sets up another appointment to follow.

Dr. Wu

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Drwu Dr. Wu First episode:
Showmance

Last episode:
Throwdown

Kenneth Choi

Doctor Wu is Kendra and Terri's obstetrician. He made his debut in the Season One episode, Showmance.

Doctor Wu is one of the local obstetricians in Lima. He is a no-nonsense sort of man, who after years of medicine has become rather jaded with a bed-side manner that can be rather lacking. This becomes more obvious with pushy patients, and under the threat of malpractice lawsuits. However, he is very good at his job, though his career is very stressful – Wu tells people that, after dentists, obstetricians have the highest suicide rate among medical professionals. Caring for his bonsai tree keeps him calm in the office. He is only seen in the first season.

He is portrayed by actor Kenneth Choi.

Showmance

Doctor Wu makes his first appearance in Showmance, where he informs Terri that she is not with child but rather had a hysteric pregnancy (she psychologically believes herself to be pregnant, when in truth, she is not). He finds it funny when Terri thought the baby fell out. Terri, who is unable to admit the truth to Will, tells Will that she is pregnant with a boy.

Throwdown

Will begins to become suspicious as to why he is never present at any ultrasound appointment, so he demands to accomany his wife to the next one. Unwilling to give up the lie, Terri, along with her sister, Kendra, then blackmail Doctor Wu with the threat of a frivolous lawsuit (claiming he made Kendra's kids stupid by drug overdose), into lying to Will and tell him that she is pregnant with a girl, using a fake ultrasound. Wu falls for the blackmail not because of the lawsuit threat, but because Kendra tells him all of his patients will leave him for Doctor Chin, his rival.

Drummer

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Drummer12 Drummer First episode:
Pilot

Last episode:
Dreams Come True

John Lock

Unnamed Drummer was the drummer for the New Directions. He plays the drums in most of their performances and in Hold on to Sixteen, the eighth episode of Season Three, he sings and dances with the club at the 2011 Western Ohio Sectional Championship to make up for lack of members. In New Directions, he graduated from McKinley High School, along with the Bassist.

He is portrayed by professional drummer John Lock.

TBA

  • He is temporarily replaced during Sexy and I Know It by a guy with similar clothes as him.

Dwight Evans

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
DwightEvansGlee Dwight Evans First episode:
Hold on to Sixteen

Last episode:
Hold on to Sixteen

John Schneider

Dwight Evans is the father of Sam, Stacey, and Stevie and husband of Mary Evans. He is portrayed by actor John Schneider.

Rumours

The New Directions find out that the Evans family has financial troubles, and they now live in a motel due to the fact that Dwight lost his job and their house was repossessed, so they had nowhere else to go.

The Purple Piano Project

The family moved away from Lima when Dwight got a job elsewhere.

Hold on to Sixteen

Dwight Evans makes his only appearance in this episode. He's introduced along with his wife, Mary Evans, at Sam's house in Kentucky, when Finn and Rachel go back to get Sam back to Lima. Dwight, along with his wife, decides to let Sam go back to McKinley, and the Evans trio hug it out.

  • He is named after Dwight Evans, a baseball player on the Boston Red Sox. According to Brad Falchuk, Sam is named after him too.
  • His son Sam Evans was conceived to the song You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'.

E

Elaine

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Schermafbeelding 2013-02-09 om 01.01.52.png Elaine First episode:
Diva

Last episode:
Diva

Kayla Kalbfleisch

Elaine is a character who made her one episode debut in the thirteenth episode of Season Four, Diva.

She is portrayed by Kayla Kalbfleisch.

Diva

Elaine appears with Santana and the other Cardinals performing Nutbush City Limits. Afterwards, she shares a mouse-kiss with Santana, giving the impression that they are dating. Later, Brittany reveals that she found out Santana paid Elaine to act as her girlfriend during her return to Lima.

Eleanor Doosenbury

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Doosenberry Eleanor Doosenbury First episode:
Choke

Last episode:
Goodbye

Kathleen M. Darcy

Eleanor Doosenbury is the geography teacher at William McKinley High School. Noah Puckerman was one of her students. She made her first appearance in Choke and it is stated that she is recently divorced and lonely.

She is portrayed by Kathleen M. Darcy.

Choke

She first appears in Choke, teaching European Geography class with Puck. After the lesson, Puck tries to seduce her in order to pass his final exam, telling her that he has liked her "since ninth grade." However, she rejects his advances, telling him to study instead. During the European Geography final exam, she is supervising and sees Puck watching somebody outside. She reminds him to keep his eyes on his paper. Finally, she returns the marked paper to the students, revealing that Puck has failed his exam.

Props

Coach Beiste tells Puck in the auditorium that she has talked Ms. Doosenbury into giving him another chance to pass his final exam, impressed by Puck's willingness to dress like a woman just to help his teammates.

Goodbye

She reappears when Puck retakes his exam. All seniors wait outside Puck's classroom waiting for his test to be graded. She walks out of the classroom and Puck snatches the test out of her hand to discover he got a C-, ("a Puckerman A+"). To her surprise, Kurt hugs her after Puck reveals his grade.

Electra

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Vlcsnap-2013-02-02-13h43m16s74 Electra First episode:
Naked

Last episode:
Naked

Leah Pipes

Electra was a senior at NYADA.

She is portrayed by Leah Pipes.

Naked

Electra offers Rachel a role in her student film project, which is about her grandmother's experience with Alzheimer's. It will require Rachel to be topless for a scene. Rachel is initially hesitant, but agrees to do it with full support from Brody. Electra makes sure that she is absolutely sure, and Rachel nervously says she is. After her "lady-vention" with Santana and Quinn, Rachel thinks about how it will effect her down the road. This leads to Rachel backing out of the student film, angering Electra. Electra then decides to play the role of her grandmother herself.

Eli.C

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
EliC2 Eli.C First episode:
Dynamic Duets

Last episode:
Dynamic Duets

Ian Gilligan

Eli.C is the Facebook name of a male that hooked up with Blaine in The Break-Up.

He is portrayed by Ian Gilligan.

The Break-Up

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Blaine and Eli's Facebook conversation

While Blaine is singing Barely Breathing, he is seen sitting in the choir room by himself, on Facebook on his cell phone. Blaine scrolls through Facebook, before he pokes "Eli.C" on Facebook. A chat is started between the two, with Eli starting off the conversation by saying, "What's up, sexy?". After this, Blaine smiles slightly before Eli messages him again with, "You want to come over?" Blaine looks contemplative, before standing up and walking out of the choir room. It is presumed that Blaine is walking out with the intention of meeting Eli.

Later in the episode, Blaine confesses to Kurt, after Kurt asks why Blaine has been so upset despite the fact that they are seeing each other for the first time in weeks, that he was "with someone." Kurt asks if the person was Sebastian, and Blaine says that it wasn't but it "Didn't mean anything. It was just a hookup, okay?" Kurt once again asks who it was, to which Blaine replies that it doesn't matter who it was with. The person Blaine is referring to is Eli.

Glease

Blaine and Eli's encounter was severely dismissed by Kurt when Blaine was trying to explain what had really happened that night. Kurt refuses to find out what exactly happened between Blaine and the guy he hooked up with" - and Kurt knows it is possible that Blaine only made out with him, but he doesn't want to hear it, whatever it is.

Dynamic Duets

In this episode, when Sam confronts Blaine and persuades him not to leave McKinley and transfer back to Dalton because of his broken relationship with Kurt, Sam asks Blaine what happened the night with him and Eli. A flashback shows Blaine looking saddened after hooking up with Eli. Eli stands, out of focus, in the background, asking Blaine if he's OK. When Blaine answers that he isn't, Eli asks if it's because he doesn't look like his profile picture. It is strange that he says this, since his profile picture is a lighthouse.

Blaine Anderson

Blaine and Eli have most likely met prior to The Break-Up, seeing as they were Facebook friends at the beginning of the episode. Their relationship is flirtatious, at least on Eli's side, and they hooked up at some point in the episode, before Blaine surprised Kurt in New York. The hook-up most likely took place after the Barely Breathing performance.

F

First Cheerio Seen

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1STCHEERIOGIRL First Cheerio Seen First episode:
Pilot

Last episode:
Throwdown

Unknown

First Cheerio Seen is a member of the Cheerios. She appeared in Pilot and Throwdown, the first and the seventh episode of Season One, respectively.

She is the very first character that viewers see on Glee. She is a member of the Cheerios, and dances to the routine of You Can Do It/You Keep Me Hanging On at the very beginning of Pilot. She was also seen in the performance of You Keep Me Hangin' On.

G

Gavroche

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
GavrocheGlee Gavroche First episode:
The Purple Piano Project

Last episode:
The Purple Piano Project

Caden Michael Gray

Gavroche is a high school student and member of a group of NYADA hopefuls. He first appears in The Purple Piano Project and tells Kurt and Rachel that he was named after a character in Les Misérables.

The Purple Piano Project

Gavroche is seen in a hotel conference room in Dayton (attending the NYADA mixer) with several other students, including Harmony, who are hoping to enroll at NYADA. Gavroche welcomes Kurt and Rachel, coming over to introduce himself. Gavroche implies that he is gay by mentioning that he has a celebrity crush on Robert Pattinson, calling him his "future husband," and even grabs Kurt by the hand implying that he can tell Kurt is gay too. Kurt and Rachel watch Gavroche perform Anything Goes/Anything You Can Do, alongside the other students. This is the only episode he is featured in.

I'm Gavroche, named after ze feisty French street urchin from Les Mis.

—Gavroche, The Purple Piano Project


I'm starring as Rizzo in an all-male version of Grease.

—Gavroche, The Purple Piano Project


As my future husband Robert Pattinson always says, "It's refreshing to get new blood."

—Gavroche, The Purple Piano Project

Giardi Triplets

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
GiardiTripletsGlee Giardi Triplets First episode:
Showmance

Last episode:
Hairography

Aidan, Ben, and Ethan Freedman

Max, Kyle and Joshua Giardi are triplets and the sons of Kendra and Phil Giardi.

All three boys are triplets and are almost identical. Despite neither parents having red hair, all the boys do, most likely due to recessive genes. They have ADHD, which Kendra says comes from Dr. Wu giving her too much Pitocin during birth. Kyle has asthma, and needs an inhaler.

Showmance

The Triplets first appear in Showmance. They are seen running around crazily due to having ADHD. Kendra tells Phil to get Kyle his inhaler when he tries to go to the bathroom. They are later seen jumping on the bed of the house that the Schuesters are going to buy, while Phil measures the bed.

Throwdown

They can be seen hectically jumping on the couch, whilst Kendra is on the phone with Terri.

Hairography

They appear in this episode when Quinn and Puck are recruited to babysit them. Despite at first running riot and holding the pair hostage, Quinn and Puck latterly manage to entertain them, by performing the song Papa Don't Preach (Quinn sings while Puck plays guitar). The song is enough to tame the trio, Quinn and Puck manage to bath them and get them all to fall asleep, much to their mother's amazement. This is the last time the Giardi Triplets are seen on the series.

Giselle

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Pilot

Last episode:
Journey

Taisha Monique Clark

Giselle is a member of Vocal Adrenaline and a student at Carmel High in Akron, Ohio. Her dance partner is usually Jesse. She is very self-confident, somewhat cocky, and as a result, comes off as abrasive, snarky, and sarcastic. She is also very competitive, similar to Jesse. It is implied that she is co-leader of Vocal Adrenaline.

She is portrayed by Taisha Monique Clark.

Pilot

She performs Rehab with Vocal Adrenaline at their Invitational.

Acafellas

She performs Mercy with Vocal Adrenaline.

Hell-O

She dances with Jesse during Highway to Hell.

Funk

She performs Another One Bites the Dust with Vocal Adrenaline. She acts as if the New Directions are inferior to them, and calls their auditorium "quaint." The New Directions kids also find that their choir room has been covered with toilet paper by them. Later, she, Jesse, and other members of Vocal Adrenaline throw eggs at Rachel. Giselle mentions that they heard she was vegan, and now Rachel has "the souls of those poor egg fetuses" on her conscience. She then convinces Jesse to break an egg on Rachel's forehead.

Later on, Will invites Vocal Adrenaline to the auditorium to show them their funk number. New Directions shock Vocal Adrenaline with their performance. Jesse and Giselle are stunned, and Jesse says that they've "never been able to pull off a funk number." Giselle replies, "That's because we're soulless automatons" with a blank look on her face, her voice a monotone.

Journey

She performs Bohemian Rhapsody with Vocal Adrenaline at Regionals, where they win and advance to the National level of competition. After winning, she can be seen hugging Jesse and celebrating.

Season One

Solos

Grace Hitchens

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Gracehitchens Grace Hitchens First episode:
Hairography

Last episode:
Sectionals

Eve Jeffers

Grace Hitchens is a fictional character in the Glee, she is the show choir director at Jane Addams Academy. She made her first appearance in the eleventh episode of Season One, Hairography.

She is portrayed by rapper and actress, Eve Jeffers.

Hairography

Grace Hitchens' glee club are one of the rival groups against New Directions at 2009 Western Ohio Sectional Championship. When Will Schuester believes that Sue Sylvester is leaking the set list to her and her school's Glee club, Emma Pillsbury advises him to go and ask them rather than brood on something that may not have actually happened. When Will gets there, he learns how disadvantaged their school is, not even having an auditorium to practice in. Feeling guilty, Will invites them to their school to practice, where they perform Bootylicious, using hairography in order to distract the audience. This causes Will to consider following that approach, but in the end decides against it. Sue meanwhile ends up doing exactly what Will fears and give Grace and the Haverbrook School for the Deaf director the glee club's set list so that the New Directions will lose. Grace originally seems reluctant to take the list, but in the end decides to do it in order to that her students will win.

Sectionals

Grace's glee club performs And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going, as well as Proud Mary in wheelchairs. Mrs. Pillsbury, who is chaperoning for the New Directions, confronts Grace and Dalton Rumba about cheating. Grace tries to justify her actions, but Emma counters it by saying that by cheating, Grace is not helping her girls, but rather implying that she believed her girls were incapable of winning on their own. After all three schools perform, Grace realizes that Emma was right and it would be best that she tell the judges what they had done. Unfortunately, before she is given the chance, the Judges had already chosen New Directions as the winner. However, still racked by guilt, Grace and Dalton still go to Principal Figgins and hand over the proof that Sue helped them cheat, including stationary with Sue's letterhead. As a result of their coming forward, Sue is suspended from work temporarily.

  • The role of Grace was originally written for Whitney Houston.

Aphasia, give Mr. Schuester his wallet back!

—Grace Hitchens, Hairography

Gunther

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Love, Love, Love

Last episode:
Tina in the Sky with Diamonds

Christopher Curry

Gunther was a minor character who made his debut appearance in Love, Love, Love, the first episode of Season Five. He is the boss of the Spotlight Diner, where Santana, Rachel, Dani and Kurt currently work.

He is portrayed by Christopher Curry.

Love, Love, Love

At the diner, Gunther tells Santana she's late and asks if Rachel is the new waitress, receiving a patronising 'yes' from Santana, who introduces him to Rachel and whispers to her not to tell him if she's Jewish or black.

Tina in the Sky with Diamonds

Gunther interrupts Rachel, Kurt and Santana's pledge to say the man at Booth 14 has requested the 'short one' - a.k.a. Rachel. He then asks if he can have Santana's box of Yeast-I-Stat, but takes it and walks away with it before she can respond.

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Hank Saunders

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Pilot

Last episode:
Showmance

Ben Bledsoe

Henry "Hank" Saunders is a former Glee Club member, as seen in Pilot, the first episode of Season One. He leaves the Glee Club after he is inappropriately touched by the Glee Club director at the time, Sandy Ryerson.

He is portrayed by Ben Bledsoe.

Pilot

While practicing the song Where Is Love?, Hank gets touched by Sandy on the pretense of feeling for his diaphragm. This is seen by Rachel, who tells Principal Figgins, sobbing, as revenge, because Sandy didn't give her the lead part in the musical, Cabaret.

Showmance

He is briefly seen as a member of the Celibacy Club.

Henri St. Pierre

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Acafellas

Last episode:
Acafellas

John Lloyd Young

Henri St. Pierre is a character on Glee. He was a woodshop teacher who lost his thumbs during one of his projects. He joins the Acafellas on Will's insistence. After being under too much pressure, he downs cough syrup, resulting in him being sent to the emergency room and then to rehab. It is unknown what has happened to him ever since.

He is portrayed by John Lloyd Young.

Acafellas

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Henri's 'return to work' cake

Henri only appears in this episode, as the woodshop teacher who just got back from the hospital after cutting his thumbs off. When he returns, he is given a cake baked by Terri that says "Two Thumbs Up!," which only makes him more upset. After being sung For He's a Jolly Good Fellow by the others, he soon joins Will, Ken, and Howard in a boy band called the "Acafellas." However, he quits soon after joining because he can't handle the pressure. He is said to have downed six bottles of cough syrup, causing him to be sent to the emergency room, and then directly to rehab. It is unknown whether he has returned to work yet or not, or whether he will make any future appearances.

Herb Duncan

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Dream On

Last episode:
Dream On

Paul Vogt

Herb Duncan is a minor character on Glee. He is the director of Les Misérables at the Lima Theatre Guild and owns a dry-cleaning business where the Cheerios get their dry-cleaning done. His first and only appearance was in Dream On, the nineteenth episode of Season One.

He is portrayed by actor Paul Vogt.

Dream On

When Will and Bryan Ryan audition for the role of Jean Val Jean in Les Misérables at the Lima Theatre Guild, they argue over who will be singing Aerosmith's Dream On. Herb makes them sing it as a duet because he doesn't have time to wait and has business he has to get back to. After the amazing performance, Herb says he'll call them and rushes off. Later, after Will gets the lead role and Bryan gets a chorus part with one line, the two men feud, and eventually Bryan threatens to cancel the Glee Club, so Will gives him the major role in the show to pacify him. Bryan begins talking to Herb about how he doesn't follow directions well, and he has some ideas of his own for the production.

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Imelda

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Funk

Last episode:
Funk

Tonita Castro

Imelda is Sue's house maid. She made her one-episode-debut in Funk, the twenty-first episode of Season One. She is of Mexican descent as she communicated with Will in Spanish, and she called Sue "Mi'ja" (a Spanish word meaning daughter).

Imelda is portrayed by Tonita Castro.

Funk

Imelda appears in Funk when Will goes to apologize to Sue for standing her up. She answers the door, immediately knowing who he was. She mentions that Sue's funk is so bad that she refuses her protein shakes. Imelda lets Will in to see Sue and after they chat, Sue speaks into her megaphone and demands Imelda to make both her and Will a shake. Imelda seems used to these demands, and is unperturbed by Sue's personality.

J

Jackée Harry

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City of Angels

Last episode:
City of Angels

Jackée Harry

Jacqueline Yvonne "Jackée" Harry, born August 14, 1956, better known mononymously as Jackée, is an American actress and television personality. She made an appearance on Glee as a judge in Season Five.

Jake's Mother

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Glee, Actually

Last episode:
Glee, Actually

Aisha Tyler

Jake's mother is a character on Glee. She was a waitress who had an affair with Puck's father, which resulted in an unplanned pregnancy and the birth of their son Jake Puckerman.

She is portrayed by Aisha Tyler.

Britney 2.0

She is mentioned for the first time in this episode. Puck tells his younger brother that he remembers his parents fighting when he was very young, because a waitress was pregnant with Jake. The waitress he is referring to is Jake's mother.

The Break-Up

Jake explains to Marley that he gets free lunch at school because his mother lost her job through the recession.

Glee, Actually

Jake's mother appears physically for the first time in this episode. She is brought to a dinner at Breadstix organised by Noah Puckerman, to which he, Jake, and Puck's mother are invited. At first, she exchanges insults with Mrs. Puckerman, because Mr. Puckerman cheated on her with Jake's mother. However, Jake then steps in, confronts both, and reminds them that his and Puck's father never truly loved either of them, and that he isn't worth to be fought over. She then enganges in a friendly conversation with Mrs. Puckerman for the rest of the episode.

She is then shown appreciating Noah, Jake, Brittany, and Sam as they sing Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

Shooting Star

During the school shooting, Jake leaves a message to his mother.

Jan

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All or Nothing

Last episode:
All or Nothing

Patty Duke

Jan is a minor character on Glee who appeared in the episode All or Nothing, as a jewelry saleswoman in Ohio. She is in an open relationship with Liz, whom she legally proposed to. She is also a mentor for Blaine Anderson.

She is portrayed by Patty Duke.

All or Nothing

She first appears at a ring store and helps Blaine to pick out an engagement ring for Kurt with Tina and Sam. She also tells him about her relationship with Liz when they were still young. After that, she again appears at Breadstix with Liz, Kurt and Blaine. They furthermore discuss her and Liz's relationship, including how they first met and their lives together. After Kurt awkwardly reveals that him and Blaine are not in a relationship, Jan breaks the silence by legally proposing to Liz, to which she accepts.

Jayelle

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JayelleGlee Jayelle First episode:
Hairography

Last episode:
Sectionals

Dawn Noel Pignuola

Jayelle is a member of the Jane Addams Academy Glee Club in the first season of Glee.

She is portrayed by Dawn Noel Pignuola.

Hairography

In Hairography, Jayelle performed in her Glee Club's performance of Bootylicious. She is one of the back-up dancers and was also mentioned in the lyrics.

Sectionals

She was most likely to be in her Glee Club's performances of Proud Mary and And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going at Sectionals.

Jeff

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Jeffwarbler Jeff First episode:
Special Education

Last episode:
Sadie Hawkins

Riker Lynch

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 isn't present for the performances of Help! and All You Need Is Love.

He is portrayed by Riker Lynch.

Special Education

Jeff, along with the rest of the Warblers, is introduced in the ninth episode of Season Two. 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 have already tried out for a solo, Jeff answers that he has auditioned six times before. Jeff and Nick move on from the initial round of auditions while Kurt does not.

The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

He sings Bills, Bills, Bills with the Warblers.

Silly Love Songs

He sings When I Get You Alone and Silly Love Songs with the Warblers.

Sexy

He dances to Animal with the Warblers.

Original Song

He is noticeably affected by Kurt's impromptu rendition of Blackbird and joins in with the other Warblers singing background vocals. Jeff also immediately votes for Kurt to duet with Blaine at Regionals when the council puts it up for a vote.

Born This Way

He sings Somewhere Only We Know together with the Warblers in order to say goodbye to Kurt.

The First Time

He sings the background vocals to Nick's Uptown Girl, together with the other Warblers.

Michael

He sings alongside Sebastian and the Warblers in the Bad performance head-to-head against the New Directions. He is seen partnered with Quinn Fabray for the dance-fight number. He is 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.

On My Way

Jeff performs Stand and Glad You Came at Regionals with the Warblers.

Dynamic Duets

Jeff is present when Blaine visits Dalton Academy, in order to get the New Directions' nationals trophy back. He also performs in My Dark Side.

Thanksgiving

Jeff performs Whistle and Live While We're Young at Sectionals together with the other Warblers.

Sadie Hawkins

He is shown to be among the Warblers who agreed to be doped during this episode.

Jeremiah

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Jeremiah glee Jeremiah First episode:
Silly Love Songs

Last episode:
Silly Love Songs

Alexander Nifong

Jeremiah is a minor character who makes a one-episode appearance in the Season Two episode, Silly Love Songs. He is revealed to be the person whom Blaine Anderson had a crush on after going for coffee together twice.

He is portrayed by Alexander Nifong.

Silly Love Songs

After sharing two dates (going out for coffee) together prior to Valentine's Day, Blaine hopes to pursue a deeper relationship with Jeremiah. He asks Kurt Hummel and the other Warblers to help serenade Jeremiah with the song When I Get You Alone as a Valentine's Day gesture.

The performance takes place at Jeremiah's workplace, The Gap, and is a big hit for the customers, but Jeremiah shows obvious discomfort. Afterwards, 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. He tells Blaine that his co-workers had not known he was gay.

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.

Jessica

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Tested

Last episode:
Tested

Tahlena Chikami

Jessica is a student at the Brooklyn Film Academy. She's a friend and colleague of Artie Abrams. They hook up once or several times, but are never interested in a relationship. Jessica makes a one-episode appearence in the Season Five episode, Tested.

She is portrayed by Tahlena Chikami.

Tested Artie introduces Jessica as one of the girls he sleeps with at his film school. After he greets her, she introduces herself as a girl who is attracted to men in wheelchairs. This is due to her interest in the movie "Crash", directed by David Cronenberg.

After being tested positive, Artie confesses to her that he has been diagnosed with chlamydia. Unlike Vanessa, Jessica takes this news pretty leniently, much to Artie's surprise. She even confesses that Artie might have gotten the disease from her.

Jordan Stern

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Jordancheerio Jordan Stern First episode:
The New Rachel

Last episode:
100

Chelsea

Jordan Stern, also known as Neckbrace Cheerio or Celeste, is a member of the Cheerios. She has appeared as a background character since The New Rachel. In Sadie Hawkins, she asks Ryder to be her date to the dance.

The New Rachel

She appears as one of the Cheerios during It's Time.

Britney 2.0

She appears briefly during Womanizer.

Makeover

Jordan is seen in the background during Everybody Wants to Rule the World. She is also seen during the celebrations at the end of the episode.

Sadie Hawkins

She asks Ryder to the Sadie Hawkins dance. Jordan is later seen dancing with him during the dance. She is also part of Tina's club.

Tina in the Sky with Diamonds

Cheerios 5x02

Jordan's name is finally revealed in this episode when she is selected as one of the nominees for 2013 Prom Queen. She is present when Bree confronts Kitty about helping Tina. Later when Tina is revealed to be Prom Queen, she looks upset and annoyed.

The End of Twerk

Jordan is seen waiting for the female's lane to get into the bathroom. She walks away angrily with two other cheerios after waiting for nothing. Later she's seen dancing and enjoying in Blurred Lines, she is also in the background in the Will "Sue" attack.

Movin' Out

Jordan is first seen in the background, behind Sue and Will when they're talking about the career fair booths. She is then seen again when Blaine and Sam sing Movin' Out. She is also in the hallway when Artie talks with Becky, and later she can be seen dancing in the auditorium during You May Be Right.

Puppet Master

Jordan can be seen talking to other cheerios in the background while Blaine and Kurt talk to each other through their phones. She is seen watching the Nasty/Rhythm Nation performance in the fantasy of Jake.

Trio

Jordan can be seen during Jumpin' Jumpin'.

100

She can be seen when Rachel was walking in the hallway. She is also seen briefly from a distance when Puck is about to leave McKinley.

  • In Makeover, when Brittany is about to spin out of her own body at the start of Celebrity Skin, Jordan is the girl who stands at the podium. (You only see the back of her)
  • It was believed that she was Brittany when a picture of her leaked using the famous neck brace on the set. The rumor was that Brittany was going to have an accident after the Gimme More performance and fracture her neck.
  • Is commonly known as 'The Neckbrace Cheerio' by Glee fans, and the nickname was used by Sue in Tina in the Sky with Diamonds.
  • She got a new haircut with bangs as of Love, Love, Love.
  • Ryan Murphy stated on Twitter that her name was Celeste, however it was revealed that her name was changed in Tina in the Sky with Diamonds.
  • Her original name Celeste, was also used in Glee: Foreign Exchange (Novel) - Celeste is the Lead singer in their home Glee Club.

  • Makeover
  • Makeover
  • Makeover
  • The New Rachel
  • The New Rachel
  • Britney 2.0
  • Makeover
  • Makeover
  • Swan Song
  • Celeste can be seen at the background.

Josh Coleman

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Glee307-00716 Josh Coleman First episode:
I Kissed A Girl

Last episode:
I Kissed A Girl

David Wilson Page

Josh Coleman is a student at William McKinley High School. He is a junior and the caption of the McKinley rugby team. In I Kissed a Girl, he sees the ad that outed Santana, and hits on her in an attempt to (falsely) prove to her that she wasn't a lesbian. The New Directions Girls, Mercedes, and Brittany come to her defense.

He is portrayed by David Wilson Page.

Josh Groban

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Josh(1) Josh Groban First episode:
Acafellas

Last episode:
Journey

Josh Groban

Joshua Winslow Groban, born February 27, 1981, is an American singer, songwriter, musician, actor, and record producer. He guest starred as himself on the first season of Glee in between 2009 and 2010.

Acafellas

Sometime before Acafellas, Josh accidentally 'friended' Sandy Ryerson on MySpace. Sandy then became obsessed with Josh, and frequently sent Josh nude photos, edible gift baskets, locks of hair, and sonnets, and constantly called Josh, even after Josh changed his number.

Sandy invited Josh to attend an Acafellas performance, and much to the surprise of Will and the rest of the Acafellas, Josh agreed. However it was only with the intent to deliver a restraining order. After the show, Josh went backstage, complimented the group on their performance, and delivered the restraining order. He made certain to bring his bodyguard Flex with him to keep Sandy from getting too close. After the, he hits on Mrs. Schuester, claiming to like blowsy alcoholics like herself. Whether he pursued these feelings for her are unknown.

Journey

Josh makes a follow-up appearance in Journey in which he, along with Sue Sylvester, Olivia Newton-John, and Rod Remington, are selected to be celebrity judges for Regionals. Josh at first appears to be the only one in support of New Directions, feeling that they were the only group with heart. He also comments "that brunette" (Rachel) has an amazing voice. His opinion however is ridiculed by Olivia and Rod, and when Sue surprisingly argues in defense of the Glee group, Josh joins in with Olivia and Rod in insulting Sue, saying that it's ridicule to call her famous in comparison to them. This provokes Sue to vote New Directions for first place. However, Josh, Olivia and Rod's vote give the top two places to Vocal Adrenaline & Aural Intensity, seeing that he did not follow his opinion.

Mrs. Schuester

He romantically and/or sexually pursues her after an Acafellas performance. He tells her that he is not attracted to crowds of screaming teenagers and would rather be with a blowsy alcoholic like Mrs. Schuester. She tells him she may not be making good decisions because she is drunk, and he is immediately attracted to her.

Sue Sylvester

During Journey, Sue and Josh are members of the celebrity judging panel for Regionals. In keeping with his love for older women, Josh asks whether Sue is single while they discuss who should win. However, despite finding Sue attractive, Josh seems to agree with the other judges that Sue being considered a celebrity laughable. As such, the likelihood of them having a relationship is highly unlikely.

Julie

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Tested

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Tested

Stephanie Hunt

Julie is a student at the Brooklyn Film Academy. She's a friend and colleague of Artie Abrams. They go on a date together, but when he tells her about the other girls he has been seeing, she ends the relationship before it even began.

She is portrayed Stephanie Hunt.

Tested

Julie first appears as Artie is doing his voiceover about how his love life has changed for the better since coming to New York. He says that Julie is the one he really has his heart set on. They leave together to work on Artie's short film, "Bags in the Wind." He says that a year ago he would have been terrified to ask her out but that he has learned that you just have to go for it. This leads into the performance of Addicted to Love in which Artie is seen with multiple girls including Julie. After the song, Artie asks Julie out. She says that she would love to but that she has a policy where she doesn't date anyone she is working with.

Later, Julie approaches Artie in the hallway and says that she has thought about going out with him and that she is an idiot for saying no and that she would love to. They agree to go out for food the following night.

Julie Artie Mercedes Sam Tested

Julie and Artie come into the Spotlight Diner and Kurt and Julie get introduced. Julie thinks that the diner was worth the 45 minute subway ride. Artie keeps on thinking about the fact that he has an STD and is hearing everyone around him talk about STDs even when they aren't. Artie tells Julie that they should wait to have sex for 7 to 10 days because he really cares about her. She seems confused at the suddenness and says that this is a first date and she wasn't even thinking about sex so it shouldn't be a problem to wait. This leads into Artie and Mercedes signing Let's Wait Awhile. Throughout the song, Julie seems confused and uncomfortable. She sings backup at the end of the song.

The next day, Artie approaches Julie in the hallway and apologizes about the date being weird. He says that there was a reason he was acting weird and tells her that he has Chlamydia and doesn't know who he got it from. She tells him that sleeping with those two girls is even grosser then the STD. He says that he just wanted to be honest and she says that honesty lets her see that he isn't who she thought he was and that he is a creeper and totally skives her out. Then she walks away from him.

Later when Artie, Blaine, Kurt, and Sam are eating out together, Artie says that being a player lost him Julie and he is giving up the game.

Backup Vocals

Season Five
Song Episode Sung by Backup with
Let's Wait Awhile Tested Artie and Mercedes Sam

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Katie Couric

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Katie Couric on Glee Katie Couric First episode:
The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

Last episode:
The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

Katie Couric

Katie Couric is an American journalist, who interviewed Sue Sylvester on her big loss.

She is portrayed by herself.

The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

Katie Couric plays herself in the episode "The Sue Sylvester Shuffle". She interviews Sue Sylvester because Sue is the Loser of the Year when the Cheerios fail to qualify for nationals. In this episode, Sue cannot recognize Katie Couric, assuming she is Barbara Walters or Diane Sawyer. Katie also does a short dance with Will in a video she shows Sue, after informing her that New Directions would get the remainder of the Cheerios' budget.

L

Lady Tubbington

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Shooting Star

Last episode:
100

N/A

Lady Tubbington is the cat Sam buys for Brittany in the Season Four episode Shooting Star.

Shooting Star

Bram with LadyTubbington
After some thought, Sam decides that he and Brittany should start a "fake family." He ends up buying a cat who is as big as Lord Tubbington (so he doesn't feel self-conscious, according to Sam), naming her Lady Tubbington. Sam pulls Lady Tubbington out of the bag and hands her to Brittany. It is revealed at the end of the episode- thanks to Artie's recording of Sam's message to his parents- that if he didn't make it out alive from the shooting that he wanted them to find the cat in his locker, revealing that he had kept Lady Tubbington in there for a while.

100

Lady Tubbington appears in this episode, while making out with Lord Tubbington during an episode of Fondue for Two. Rachel notices it, shocked. Brittany is delighted.

Librarian

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Bad Reputation

Last episode:
Silly Love Songs

Jean Sincere

The Librarian is a minor character who we first meet in the Season One episode Bad Reputation. She is seen as cranky and moody, a typical stereotype of librarians, yet she does soften up at times, and is supposed to appreciate some singing. In the credits, she is always listed as "Ancient Librarian." She has only had one speaking line, which was in Bad Reputation.

She was portrayed by the late actress Jean Sincere.

Bad Reputation

She is seen watching Artie, Tina, Mercedes, Kurt, and Brittany's performance of U Can't Touch This. She then asks if the kids would perform that for her Sunday Service and commented that it was 'very cute'.

Duets

She tells Tina and Mike to be quiet when they are fighting in the library.

Silly Love Songs

She warns Quinn and Sam to shush when they are arguing about the Kissing Booth.

Glee, Actually

She doesn't appear in this episode, but Rachel is seen instead of her during Artie's Dream. According with it, if New Directions hadn't existed, Rachel would have become the new librarian after graduating.

Lillian Adler

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Lilian Adler 2 Lillian Adler First episode:
Pilot (uncut version)

Last episode:
Pilot (uncut version)
100 (mentioned)

Jane Galloway Heitz

Lillian Adler used to be head of McKinley High's Glee Club: The Singsations. She was the former director of Will Schuester, Bryan Ryan and April Rhodes when they went to high school at McKinley and they were in their "Glee Club" days. She is assumed to have been a great choir director, because the McKinley team won Nationals during her time of coaching the club. She died in 1997 due to an unknown cause at the age of sixty.

She is portrayed by Jane Galloway Heitz.

Pilot

In the uncut version of the first Glee episode, Lillian's team performs That's the Way (I Like It)/(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty after giving them an inspiring speech saying "Glee is about opening yourself up to joy."

Lillian's picture is framed in a trophy cabinet at the William McKinley High School. Will looks at the picture in Pilot, inspiring him to take over as head of the Glee Club.

Journey

Mrs. Adler

The photo of Mrs. Adler

Her picture is seen when Will takes it off the wall and puts it in a box, before Sue tells him he has another year. It sometimes seems, as if Will attempts to be more like Lillian, using her as a role model. After this, she is only seen in the picture.

Dynamic Duets

Finn is shown looking at Lillian's photo and quote, perhaps looking for inspiration for his first assignment.

Swan Song

When Sue is cleaning out the choir room with the help of the Cheerios, it is shown that she takes down the plaque. Finn then takes it from her, as Sue tells him that she had it re-engraved to say, "I died a slow horrible death, choking on the fluid in my own lungs." It is then shown again, having been restored to its original quote.

Naked

After the New Directions regained control of the music room, Lillian's photograph and plaque are back in its original spot.

Sweet Dreams

Lillian is mentioned by Will as he tries to apologize to New Directions for his antics towards them.

The Quarterback

Finn's plaque is placed next to Lillian's in the choir room by Rachel and Will.

100

Both her plaque and Finn's one are placed in the auditorium, because The Choir Room is no longer used by New Directions, since they've been disbanded.

Lindsay Lohan

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Nationals

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Nationals

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Morgan Lohan, born Lindsay Dee Lohan on July 2, 1986, is a 28-year-old American actress, recording artist and model. She guest starred as herself on the third season of Glee in 2012.

The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

Lindsay's mother, Dina Lohan, and her mother's dog, Sparky Lohan, were nominated for 'Loser of the Year 2011'. Despite this, they lost to Sue Sylvester.

Nationals

Lindsay Lohan is one of the judges at the Nationals Glee Club Competition, together with Perez Hilton and Assemblyman Fong. Lindsay is irritated with Perez Hilton for posting blogs about her during the performances. Perez challenges Lindsay's love of show choir, but Fong reminds him that she was a 12-time Teen Choice nominee. Lindsay agrees that she knows what it's like to chase a dream, and she wants to support the students. When choosing a Nationals winner, Lindsay doesn't think the New Directions were the best singers and dancers - but she found them likable and favors a team on the brink of a major comeback. However, Perez hated them. He wants to send a message to the outcast kids watching - though Fong points out that nationals isn't televised, prompting a surprised Lindsay, in "full image rehab mode," to want to fire her manager (a detail Perez instantly posts). With time ticking away, they decide to cast their final votes.

Later, the judges announce their winners. Unique Adams wins the individual MVP Award, and third place goes to the Portland Scale Blazers. Ultimately, it is revealed that the New Directions have won Nationals, leaving Vocal Adrenaline at second place.

Liz Stevens

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All or Nothing

Last episode:
All or Nothing

Meredith Baxter

Elizabeth Margaret Stevens, commonly named Liz, is a minor character on Glee who made a one-episode appearance in All or Nothing, the twenty-second and final episode of Season Four.

Liz is portrayed by Meredith Baxter.

All or Nothing

She first appears at Breadstix with Jan, Kurt and Blaine. They discuss her and Jan's relationship, including how they first met and their lives together. After Kurt awkwardly reveals that him and Blaine are not in a relationship, Jan breaks the silence by legally proposing to Liz, to which she accepts.

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Marcia Dean

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Furt

Last episode:
Furt

Jo Anderson

Marcia Dean is a wedding planner who owns a company named Marcia Dean Weddings. She made her one-episode debut in Furt, the eighth episode of Season Two.

She is portrayed by Jo Anderson.

Furt

Marcia is hired by Sue, planning a unique wedding in which Sue will marry herself. When Marcia expresses her doubts, she is fired by Sue immediately. Doris Sylvester speaks to the leaving Marcia that she thought a lot of people saying Marcia looks mannish, and she thinks and states that "it is perfectly all right for a woman to be handsome", which appears to offend her. This is the only episode she appears in on Glee.

Sue: Marcia Dean, when I hired you and your crack team at Marcia Dean Weddings, I did so because you specialize in unique weddings.
Marcia: Well, that mostly means that some of them take place outside.

—Marcia and Sue, Furt

Mario

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Opening Night

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Opening Night

Chris Parnell

Mario is a New York citizen and restaurant owner. He meets Sue at the opening night of Funny Girl, where they both, coincidentally, walked out of the show ealry. They go on a date together, have a one-night stand and admit they have feelings for each other. However, they agree not to date, because they both want to stay in their own town.

He is portrayed by Chris Parnell.

Opening Night

Mario is first introduced at Rachel's Funny Girl opening night, to which he refuses to see. This leads to a mutual agreement with Sue when they both try to sell their tickets. Mario gladly requests for Sue to join him at his restaurant, and she accepts his offer. The two share a night together, and connection between Mario and Sue evolves. The next day, Mario and Sue invade the Bushwick Apartment and shared a one-night stand. At the end, Sue leaves for Lima, and decides not to date Mario.

Sue Sylvester

They meet in Opening Night, both trying to sell their tickets, as neither want to be at the opening night of Funny Girl. Mario gives up with selling his ticket and enters the show, but leaves shortly, with Sue leaving behind him, at the exit, they joke about how bad the show is and they decide to leave to Mario's restaurant, they have dinner and start to develop feelings for each other, Sue sings Who Are You Now? to him. It is revealed the next day, that both entered the Bushwick Apartment without permission and made love the whole night, when Sue has to comeback to Lima, they break up. It is unknown whether they're still in contact or not.

Marissa

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Shooting Star

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Shooting Star

Ginny Gardner

Marissa is a minor character who makes her one episode appearance in Shooting Star, the eighteenth episode of Season Four. She is a McKinley High School student.

Ryder thought that she was his online love interest, Katie. After Ryder sings Your Song to her, she informs him that though the pictures he was sent are hers, she is not Katie and he is being "catfished."

She is portrayed by Ginny Gardner.

Shooting Star

Ryder tells Jake about Katie and that she must go to McKinley because he saw her walk by while he was taking his 1984 exam. When he finally meets up with her, she seems pleasantly surprised and is then taken into the choir room by Ryder, where he serenades her with Your Song. After the song, he tells her he loves her, but she is confused about the entire situation. Ryder then explains that they've been contacting each other on Facebook and IM'ing each other. She reveals that she hasn't been communicating with him at all and that someone must've stolen her pictures to "catfish" him. She shows herself supportive and asks Ryder to call her anyway.

Martin

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Wonder-ful

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Wonder-ful

Phillip Rhys

Martin is a minor character who first appeared in the episode Wonder-ful. He was Mercedes' record producer, until his label dropped her after she refused to meet his demands for her CD.

He is portrayed by Phillip Rhys.

Wonder-ful He appears during a flashback when Mercedes tells Kurt and Mike about her frustration. At first, he worked with her pretty well, saying her voice was stunning in the recording studio. But at the photo session for her cover's album, he wanted her to show more skin, despite Mercedes saying she didn't want to. He listened to her, but during Glee Club practice, she received a phone call saying she had to decide whether she wants to do it his way or cancel the production. She also tells Kurt and Mike that he suggested to put another girl's picture on the cover of her album.

Later on in the episode, it seems Mercedes refused to meet his demands and cancels the production, but still has CDs to sell at her church and gives it to the Glee Club for free.

Mary Evans

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Hold on to Sixteen

Last episode:
Hold on to Sixteen

Tanya Clarke

Mary Evans is the mother of Sam, Stacey, and Stevie. She, along with her husband Dwight, made their one-episode debut in Hold on to Sixteen, the eighth episode of Season Three, the same episode in which Sam returns to McKinley.

She is portrayed by Tanya Clark.

Hold on to Sixteen

She is introduced at Sam's house in Kentucky. When Sam plans to move back to Lima, she is proud of him, but also sad at the thought of not seeing him everyday, which makes her start crying. As Sam wants to move back to Lima to attend McKinley with his friends, Mary and her husband agree and accept it, hugging each other, quietly saying as long as he's happy, they're happy. She and her husband are only seen in this episode so far.

Mary Halloran

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The Untitled Rachel Berry Project

Last episode:
The Untitled Rachel Berry Project

Kristen Schaal

Mary Halloran is a minor character that first appears on Glee in The Untitled Rachel Berry Project. She is a writer that visits Rachel and her friends in New York to write a pilot for a television show about Rachel Berry.

She is portrayed by actress Kristen Schaal.

The Untitled Rachel Berry Project

At the opening of the episode Rachel, Mercedes, Kurt, Blaine, Artie, and Sam are all in the Bushwick apartment having Monday night dinner. Rachel tells them that Mary will be joining them so that she can learn the essence of Rachel's character and write a script for a movie pilot about Rachel. Kurt doesn't like the idea of someone crashing Monday night dinner. Then there is a knock on the door and all of the friends gather thinking that it is Mary, but then Brittany comes in and everyone is happy to see her. After Brittany comes in, Mary walks into the apartment. She introduces herself and then says that the smell of Chinese food gives her the "Lady Die's". Rachel shakes her hand and introduces herself and then attempts to introduce Mary to her friends, but Mary says don't bother because she never remembers people's names. After some more awkward conversation, she asks to go to the bathroom and says that she is so excited to be working with Randy (talking to Rachel).

Next, Mary is on the floor typing on a typewriter while asking Rachel about herself. Rachel says she has two gay dads and then Mary writes that Rachel has two gay NASA dads. She writes that Rachel is lazy when Rachel says that eight shows a week on Broadway can be kind of tiring. After a lot more awkward conversation, Mary once again asks to go to the bathroom, but not to use it to snoop through it.

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Later, Mary is seen interviewing Artie. He gets frustrated at her when she is trying to touch his computers and when she puts a donut in her bra. Then, she is seen interviewing Blaine while laying at his feet. Blaine asks her if she is an actual writer from a real television network. She responds with gibberish. Brittany then tells her that she is a breath of fresh air and that she loves Mary's pajamas. Mary tells Brittany not to steal her pajamas because little mousey's live in the pocket and that a kitty lives in her pants.

Kurt tells Rachel that Mary is insane and Brittany tells Rachel that Mary is great. Kurt goes on to tell Rachel that she needs to trust her own instincts not crazy Mary's.

After the first read though of Mary's script, Rachel decides that it makes no sense and that if she is going to do this she needs to do it her way or no way at all.

Later, Mary and Rachel are at the Spotlight Diner talking about the show. Rachel tells Mary that the script isn't really about Rachel's true self. Rachel then sings Glitter in the Air as a way to show Mary her true essence. Mary doesn't like this idea at first, but then at the end of it tells Rachel that watching her sing made her happy and that has never happened to her before. Mary says that she will give Rachel's version a shot.

McConaughey

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Old Dog, New Tricks

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Old Dog, New Tricks

N/A

McConaughey is a dog who is adopted by Sam Evans in Old Dog, New Tricks.

Old Dog, New Tricks

McConaughey is adopted from the pound by Sam. At Sam and Mercedes' apartment, McConaughey gets mischievous and tears up the place. This includes the the furniture and Mercedes' shoes. Mercedes comes home to see the mess and tells Sam that they cannot keep the dog. Sam, with the help of Artie, take McConaughey to a dog training course and teaches him how to behave. He hopes that the new McConaughey will impress Mercedes enough to let him stay, but Mercedes still refuses. She says that with her and Sam's busy schedule, they wouldn't have time to take care of the dog. By the end of the episode, McConaughey is re-adopted by an elderly couple during Rachel's "Broadway Bitches" dog adoption charity.

Melva Texon White

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On My Way

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On My Way

Unknown

Melva Texon White is introduced in On My Way, the fourteenth episode of Season Three. She is one of the judges at the 2012 Midwest Regional Championship, alongside Mr. Hob Bandols and Svengoobles.

On My Way

She appears in this episode, as one of the three judges of the 2012 Regionals competition. She is a Deputy Zoning Commissioner. When introduced, she stands up, giving a thumbs up to the audience, who accept her warmly. She is not seen again on the show again after this appearance.

Missy Gunderson

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Prom-asaurus

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Prom-asaurus

Unknown

Missy Gunderson was a student at William McKinley High School who made her debut in Prom-asaurus.

She was portrayed by an unknown actress.

Prom-asaurus

She is first seen as a nominee for Prom Queen in Prom-asaurus. When she was nominated for prom queen, she was very happy and the rest of the class cheered her on, which shows that she might have been popular among her peers. However, she lost the crown to Rachel Berry.

Mr. Baroody

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Pot o' Gold

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Pot o' Gold

Jack Harding

Mr. Baroody appeared in Pot o' Gold. He is the owner of one of Lima's three funeral parlors who donated money to fund the school's production of West Side Story along with Mr. Danforth and Mr. Sher.

He is portrayed by Jack Harding.

Pot o' Gold

Mr Baroody is seen in Principal Figgins office alongside Will, Burt, Mr. Sher and Mr. Danforth. He donates the money to fund West Side Story. The money they donated payed for full page ads in the programme. He is then seen outside the office shaking hands with Will and Burt, as they thank him.

Mr. Danforth

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Pot o' Gold

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Pot o' Gold

Peter Spruyt

Mr. Danforth is a minor character who appeared in Pot o' Gold, the fourth episode of Season Three. He is the owner of one of Lima's three funeral parlors, who donated money to fund the school's production of West Side Story along with Mr. Baroody and Mr. Shor.

He is portrayed by Peter Spruyt.

Pot o' Gold

Mr. Danforth is seen in Principal Figgins office alongside Will Schuester, Burt, Mr. Baroody and Mr. Sher. He donates the money to fund West Side Story. The money they donated payed for full page ads in the programme. He is then seen outside the office shaking hands with Will and Burt, as they thank him.

Mr. Hob Bandols

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On My Way

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On My Way

Unknwon actor

Mr. Hob Bandols is a character introduced in On My Way, the fourteenth episode of Season Three. He is a judge at the 2012 Midwest Regional Championship.

On My Way

He is one of the three judges at the 2012 Midwest Regional Championship, alongside Melva Texon White and Svengoobles. He is the President of the Ohio Plummers' Union.

Mr. Puckerman

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Choke

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Choke

Thomas Calabro

Mr. Puckerman is the father of Noah Puckerman and Jake Puckerman. He made his first, and so far only, appearance in the eighteenth episode of Season Three, Choke.

He is portrayed by Thomas Calabro.

Choke

Whilst Puck is cleaning a pool, he is approached by someone whom he recognizes as his father. They both have a seat and Mr. Puckerman ofters his son a bottle of his own made beer (that he calls "Puckerman's Special Sauce"), which Puck declines. Puck asks what his father is looking for, to which he replies that he is broke and has come to borrow some money from his son. Noah gives him $500, in the hope that he then will never have to see his dad again. It isn't said what happened after that. Puck then returns to school and says that he wants to graduate, since he doesn't want to end up like his father - having to beg for money from Beth in the future.

Mr. Puss

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Dynamic Duets

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Dynamic Duets

Mr. Puss is the cat who appears in Dynamic Duets, the seventh episode of Season Four. Not much is known about the cat; however, he is presumably owned by either Hunter Clarington or by Dalton Academy as a whole.

Dynamic Duets

Hunter is found petting him by Blaine Anderson when he walks into the room in the episode Dynamic Duets. It can also be presumed that he is the new mascot for the Warblers, replacing Pavarotti, who died in Original Song.

  • Ryan Murphy confirmed via Twitter that he is dating Lord Tubbington, meaning he is either gay or bisexual.

Mr. Schuester

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Acafellas

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Acafellas

Victor Garber

Mr. Schuester is the father of Will Schuester and husband of Mrs. Schuester. He first appears in Acafellas, the third episode of Season One.

He is portrayed by Victor Garber.

Acafellas

He makes his first appearance in Acafellas, where he and Mrs. Schuester visit Will and Terri and discover from Will that Terri is pregnant. While the family is overjoyed, no one takes note of the unease from Terri, who is not in truth pregnant and lying about it. Mr. Schuester reassures Terri of his ability to keep secrets, citing his silence during time spent in the "Hanoi Hilton," implying he was previously a prisoner of war in the Vietnam War. As Terri and Mrs. Schuester go off to look at the new nursery, Will confides in his father that he is scared. Will's father tells him parenthood is all about guts, and he regrets not following through with his dream of being a lawyer.

Later Mr. and Mrs. Schuester attend their son's Acafella performance with Terri and Mr. Schuester is so impressed with his son following his dream, that he decides its time to do the same and informs Will that he'll be attending law school soon. Unknown to either of them meanwhile, Mrs. Schuester is getting romantic advances from Josh Groban who has a thing for drunk, older women.

Mrs. Schuester

She is his wife and has been for at least 30 years. Although coming off a happy relationship at first glance, she is an obvious alcoholic. Apparently unhappy about her life with Mr. Schuester, who obviously is unhappy himself, she has taken to drinking in order to deal with things. Their unhappy marriage results in Mrs. Schuester showing signs of being unfaithful to her husband, such as receiving romantic advances from Josh Groban.

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Being a good father, hell, being a man is all about one thing: guts.

—Mr. Schuester, Acafellas

Mr. Shor

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Pot o' Gold

Last episode:
Pot o' Gold

Kristopher Logan

Mr. Shor is a minor character who appeared in Pot o' Gold. He is the owner of one of Lima's three funeral parlors, who donated money to fund the school's production of West Side Story along with Mr. Baroody and Mr. Danforth.

He is portrayed by Kristopher Logan.

Pot o' Gold

Mr. Shor is seen in Figgins' office alongside Will, Burt, Mr. Baroody, and Mr. Danforth. He donates the money to fund West Side Story. The money they donated payed for full page ads in the programme. He is then seen outside the office shaking hands with Will and Burt, as they thank him.

Mrs. Carlisle

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Bad Reputation

Last episode:
Bad Reputation

Mary Jo Catlett

Mrs. Carlisle is a teacher at McKinley. She makes her one-episode debut in Bad Reputation, the seventeenth episode of Season One.

She is portrayed by Mary Jo Catlett.

Bad Reputation

In the episode, during a conversation between Mrs. Carlisle and Will, it's revealed that she has recently lost her husband. They are interrupted by Emma who cuts in to confront Will about fooling around with Shelby and April. After accusing Will of "getting Mrs. Carlisle fresh off the rebound" and calling Will a slut, Emma says to Mrs. Carlisle that she is very sorry for her loss.

Mrs. Hagberg

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Prom Queen

Last episode:
Nationals

Mary Gillis

Mrs. Hagberg was a teacher at McKinley High. It is not known if she specialised in a subject, but she appears in a teaching role throughout seasons two and three, often teaching members of the New Directions. She retires from her position in Nationals, the twenty-first episode of Season Three, and has not appeared since then.

She is portrayed by Mary Gillis.

Prom Queen

Mrs Hagberg is introduced, as she is seen teaching Brittany, Mercedes, Kurt and Tina Home Economics before Artie, Sam, Finn, and Puck interrupt her class to sing Isn't She Lovely to Brittany.

I Am Unicorn She returns in this episode, where it's revealed that she is also a Geography teacher. She is astounded that Brittany thinks that the capital of Ohio is O and that the president of the United States is will.i.am.

I Kissed a Girl

It is shown that she is also a Math teacher. When Puck raises his hand to answer a question, she tells him that he doesn't need to ask in order to go to the toilet. She is both astounded and sceptical when Puck tells her the right answer.

The Spanish Teacher

It's revealed that she also is a History teacher, and was forced into retirement due to memory problems. She is shown teaching the history of World War II, wrongly stating that Nazi Germany won and apparently took over the whole world.

Nationals

Mrs. Hagberg accepts an award for 40 years of service on the stage of the auditorium as she retires. She says she plans to kick her addiction to painkillers, as well as plugging her upcoming appearances on Intervention and Hoarders. This was her final appearance on the show.

  • In The Spanish Teacher, it is revealed that she had been teaching for 40 years.
  • She was seen teaching a different subject every time she appeared on the show.
  • She is addicted to painkillers. (Nationals)
  • She appears in the music video for Moves Like Jagger/Milkshake in the "Sexuality" episode of the second season of The Glee Project.

Mrs. Hummel

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Sadie Hawkins (mentioned)

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Diva (mentioned)

N/A

Mrs. Hummel was Burt's wife and Kurt's mother. She never appears in the series because she died when Kurt was eight years old. Her name, her appearance, and how she died is unknown.

Burt believes that Kurt's biological mother is there watching over them as shown in Preggers, and it is assumed that he is a Christian because in Furt, Burt and Carole got married in a church. However, Kurt is an atheist, as revealed in Grilled Cheesus, and so believes that his mother only lives through the impacts she has made in her life on the earth.

Preggers

She was first mentioned in the Season One episode, Preggers, when Burt told Kurt that he wished Kurt's mom was at the game. He said that she would have been proud of Kurt.

Ballad

Kurt tells Finn that there is an old dresser of his mother's that still smells like her perfume. Kurt says that sometimes he just lies down in the room and smells her. He also says, "My mom died ten years ago, and he still keeps her toothbrush on the holder by their sink." That would potentially imply that his mother died when he was around age six. Kurt saying "ten years ago" may have been him rounding, however.

Hell-O

When Will asks the glee-clubbers how they answer the phone, Kurt answers, "No, she's dead; this is her son," morbidly referencing her death, and also showing that he sounds like she did when she was alive.

Home

It is revealed that until Carole, Burt has not dated anyone since Kurt's mother died, marking an eight year span of Burt being without a woman in his life. This is the episode where Burt reveals that Kurt's mother has been dead for specifically eight years.

Grilled Cheesus

Kurt says that he felt like his life was over when his mother was being lowered into the ground, and later in the episode, a younger Kurt and Burt are seen via flashback visiting her grave.

Furt

Burt calls her the "love of his life," saying it killed him inside that not only did he become a widower, but that Kurt also lost his mother.

Sexy

Burt associates Kurt's compassion and moral fortitude to his mother when speaking to Blaine about whether Kurt needs to have 'The Talk' with his father.

Original Song

While burying Pavarotti, Blaine asked Kurt if the burial reminded him of his mother's burial, to which Kurt tells him that the casket was bigger, but it was otherwise the same.

Glee, Actually

Burt arrives in New York for Christmas as a surprise to Kurt and Rachel, he also brings a tree and some gifts. When they place the tree down, Burt explains to Rachel that Mrs. Hummel always bought the tree and he always told Mrs. Hummel to wait till he got home from work to buy it but she never could. The first Christmas after Kurt's mom died, Burt totally forgot about it, not until he saw a little Kurt hanging his own version of a small Christmas ornament on his window shade on Christmas Eve. Kurt listens as he walks towards the box of ornaments and grabs a perfume bottle ornament and says he loves how she smelled. So after the events of hanging the ornament on the window shade, Burt went to buy a tree at a Christmas sale and it was Kurt's first smile since his mother died. Rachel gets all teary but Kurt tells her off by saying "No tears on Christmas Eve!"

Wonder-ful

Kurt's inner thoughts include that his dad is the only thing that got him through his mom dying.

Love Love Love

While Burt is taking Kurt to his surprise proposal, he talks about his relationship with Kurt's mom. He says they met when they were 22 and he asked her to marry him only six months after. Burt also says that he wouldn't have waited more to do that and he would have wanted to meet her ten years earlier instead. He says that he misses her so much that he could do anything to take her back for even only ten minutes, and tells Kurt he thinks they are too young but he and his mother were young and he doesn't regret it.

Old Dog, New Tricks

Kurt mentions to Clara Banks that Mrs. Hummel died when he was eight years old and that throughout his life he used to pretend that she was alive.

Mrs. Penkala

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Dynamic Duets

Last episode:
Dynamic Duets

Jodi Harris

Mrs. Penkala is a special education director at William McKinley High School. She is helping Ryder with his dyslexia.

She is portrayed by Jodi Harris.

Dynamic Duets

In this episode she makes her first and only appearance. Finn takes Ryder to her after Jake told him that Ryder couldn't read. She works with Ryder, diagnosing him as dyslexic by reading through different words with him. After this, Ryder tells Finn that he is dyslexic.

Mrs. Puckerman

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Mash-Up

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Glee, Actually

Gina Hecht

Mrs. Puckerman is the mother of Noah Puckerman and his little sister. She is a devoted Jew and used to be married, but had a divorce while Noah was very young.

Mrs. Puckerman is portrayed by Gina Hecht.

Mash-Up

She makes her first appearance in this episode. She is seen watching TV together with her children. Meanwhile she is reproaching Puck, because as she is such a devoted Jew, she is disappointed in him not having a Jewish girlfriend. This is what makes Puck lay an eye on Rachel.

Laryngitis

She is mentioned again in Laryngitis, when Puck tells his classmates how his mother discovered a mole while washing his hair and subsequently forced him to shave off his mohawk. Quinn also complains about her, because she won't let her eat bacon.

Funk

Quinn says to Mercedes "I hate all the looks at school, don't even get me started on Puck's mom," implying again that she doesn't get on very well with her.

Duets

It is said that Puck broke her car and was sent to juvie.

Silly Love Songs

Puck mentions her in his voice-over in the beginning. He explains his crush on Lauren Zizes due to the fact that Lauren insults him often, similar to how his mother does.

Props

She is mentioned when Puck is putting himself down whilst talking to Shannon Beiste. He says that he is a loser, proven by the fact his mother has never come to see a football game that he has played in or attended a concert he's performed in.

Goodbye

She has her second appearance on the show in this episode and is seen standing beside Judy Fabray. She is seen cheering with the others in the auditorium when Finn and her son sing Glory Days at the graduation ceremony.

Glee, Actually

She is brought to a dinner at Breadstix organized by Puck, at which he, Jake, and Tanisha Puckerman are invited. At first, she exchanges insults with Jake's mother, because Mr. Puckerman cheated on her with Tanisha. However, Jake then steps in, and reminds them that their ex-husband and his and Puck's father never truly loved either of them, and that he isn't worth to be fought over. Mrs. Puckerman then exchanges friendly conversation with Tanisha for the rest of the episode. She and Tanisha are later seen happily watching Noah, Jake, Brittany, and Sam perform Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

  • She influenced Puck decision in dating three of his girlfriends.
  • She is said to insult Puck all the time. (Silly Love Songs)

Mrs. Schuester

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Shakehands kadam Mrs. Schuester First episode:
Acafellas

Last episode:
Acafellas

Debra Monk

Mrs. Schuester is the mother of Will and the wife of Mr. Schuester. She and her husband appeared once in the Season One episode, Acafellas.

She is portrayed by actress Debra Monk.

Acafellas

She is first shown sipping wine out of a glass and appears rather happy, to the point that she seems intoxicated. With a slight slur she complimented Terri on the meal that she cooked, and showed much excitement when Will announced that Terri was pregnant. Both she, her husband and Will seemed completely oblivious to the fact that Terri seemed unhappy that the information was revealed and even tried to stop Will. In order to give Will and his father a chance to talk, Terri and Mrs. Schuester left so that she could see how Terri had turned the craft room into a nursery.

Later, she attended a performance of her son's group, the Acafellas, with her husband and Terri. Like before, she carried with her a glass of liquid, presumably full of some sort of alcoholic beverage. Throughout the performance she wears an obvious look of drunken contentment at her son's performance. After, she sold all of the Acafellas CDs - without sexually bribing any potential customers, she added with a drunken laugh.

Later while Will and her husband discuss Mr. Schuester going to law school, Mrs. Schuester disappears and is revealed to be having a private moment with Josh Groban who romantically and or sexually pursued her later, and reveals that he has a thing for drunk older women.

Notmakinggoodchoices

Josh Groban loves a blowzy alcoholic.

Mrs. Schuester at first glance appears to be unintelligent and easy to manipulate, but she is very loving and excitable. Her lowered intelligence may however stem from an alcoholic dependency that may stem from her relationship with her husband. She is almost always seen with an alcoholic beverage in her hands, and the manner in which she talks and even stands seems unbalanced and inebriated. Mrs. Schuester may also be rather promiscuous, as she commented that she would have been willing to use sexual bribery to sell her son's music CD's and is later seen accepting sexual advances from Josh Groban.

Mr. Schuester

He is her husband. Although they have been married for a long time, their relationship does not appear to be a truly happy one. Due to the fact that Mr. Schuester has sacrificed his hopes and dreams to support his family as an insurance salesman, he has become rather sad and meek over the years. Mrs. Schuester meanwhile has apparently taken up drinking in order to deal with her life, and she has implied that she has had sexual encounters or at least propositioned sexual encounters with other men because of alcohol. This is made evident as she is later seen sharing a moment with Josh Groban who explains that he finds drunk older woman sexy.

Josh Groban

Josh Groban pursued Mrs. Schuester after an Acafellas performance, stating that he found drunk older women attractive. Although it is unclear if they actually had sex, it was clear that even in her drunken state, Mrs. Schuester was enjoying the attention.

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Nancy Bletheim

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NancyBletheim Nancy Bletheim First episode:
The Purple Piano Project

Last episode:
The Purple Piano Project

Barbara Tarbuck

Nancy Bletheim is the William McKinley High Geometry teacher who made a one-episode appearance The Purple Piano Project. She begun her teaching job at the school in 1969. She is seen to be antagonistic about the art kids which leads Sue to launch her campaign against arts.

She is portrayed by Barbara Tarbuck.

The Purple Piano Project

She is first seen after Sue gets mad with Glee Club members, Tina Cohen-Chang and Mike Chang for playing "Chopsticks" in the hallway on a purple piano. She introduces herself to Sue and informs her that she has been working at the school for 42 years. She also states that she dislikes Arts kids and believes them to be arrogant. So far, she has only been seen in this episode on Glee.

Nick (Jock)

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Nick3 Nick (Jock) First episode:
Heart

Last episode:
On My Way

Aaron Hill

Nick is a character who first appeared in Heart, suspicious as to why Dave Karofsky is hanging around with Kurt Hummel in Breadstix.

He is portrayed by Aaron Hill.

Heart

The first time that Nick appears he is seen at Breadstix on a date. He then sees Kurt and Dave at Breadstix together, questioning why they are there together on Valentine's Day, smiling and laughing, as if he's thinking they are dating. Kurt and Dave both insist they're just friends.

On My Way

Nick appears again in the locker room of his school, having told everyone about Dave's sexuality. Nick and the rest of the football team at Dave's new school make fun of him and push him around for being gay and continually torment him. This leads to Dave going home and reading even harsher things from all his other friends on his Facebook. The pain Dave feels causes him to attempt suicide.

Nick (Warbler)

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Tumblr lhulxrwukw1qa1gi0o1 500 Nick (Warbler) First episode:
Special Education

Last episode:
Love, Love, Love

Curt Mega

Nick is a student at Dalton Academy and is a member of the Warblers. He performs many songs with the other Warblers.

He is portrayed by Curt Mega.

Special Education

Nick, Kurt, and List of Minor Characters#Jeff are all given the opportunity to audition for a solo; it is revealed that Nick had auditioned for a solo three times before. Nick and Jeff both move on from the original audition round, while Kurt does not, suggesting that they are better at fitting the Warblers' group dynamic than Kurt initially is. He sings in Hey, Soul Sister at Sectionals.

Silly Love Songs

Nick helps Blaine at his Gap Attack singing When I Get You Alone. He also sings Silly Love Songs with the rest of the Warblers at Breadstix.

Sexy

He performs Animal with the Warblers.

Original Song

Right before Blaine walks in to sing Misery, he is seen copying off of Kurt's paper.

Born This Way

Nick and the other Warblers sing Somewhere Only We Know to Kurt to say goodbye and wish him well.

The First Time

Nick returns in The First Time, performing Uptown Girl in which he has his first solo. He is very excited upon seeing Blaine visit.

Michael

Nick appears with Sebastian and the Warblers when battling head-to-head against the New Directions in the parking lot for the Bad number. After Sebastian slushies Blaine, he stays back when the rest of the Warblers leave, flashing Blaine a sympathetic look, seeing how much pain he is in. Nick is present in the Dalton band room when Santana confronts Sebastian. Nick is also present towards the end of the episode, in the Black or White number. Once Trent gets up to sing alongside the New Directions, his face is shown as surprised, but eventually gets up to join them as well. When Sebastian is still shown at the end of the number, seated in place clapping sarcastically, Nick speaks out telling Sebastian to "give it up." Sebastian retorts that Nick's attitude was the same one that lost them Regionals last year.

On My Way

Nick and the Warblers perform against New Directions and the Golden Goblets at Regionals. Nick is seen singing and dancing in Stand and Glad You Came. The Warblers are also raising money for their Born This Way foundation to help Dave Karofsky who recently tried a suicide attempt. Unfortunately the Warblers place second at Regionals, The Golden Goblets placing third and New Directions taking the first place trophy. This is the last time the Warblers are seen in Season Three, including Nick.

Dynamic Duets Nick returns and is seen performing My Dark Side with Blaine and the Warblers when they convince Blaine to return to Dalton and leave McKinley in order to win Sectionals.

Thanksgiving

Nick performs Whistle and Live While We're Young with The Warblers at Sectionals.

Love, Love, Love

Nick is first seen in the phone booth during the performance of Help!. As he is intrigued by the commotion, he follows the crowd with his fellow Glee Club members. He is then seen agreeing to help Blaine with the proposal. Later in the episode he dances and sings backup with the rest of the Warblers during All You Need Is Love.

Solos (In a Group Number)

Season Three
Song Episode Solos with
Uptown Girl The First Time Sebastian and Thad

Nurse Bailey

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Bailey Nurse Bailey First episode:
Comeback

Last episode:
Comeback

Charlene Amoia

Nurse Bailey is a pediatric nurse at the Lima Hospital in Lima, Ohio. She made her one-episode appearance in Comeback, the thirteenth episode of Season Two. She works at the Pediatric Cancer Ward with children who have or had cancer, and knows Will from when he visits and sings songs with the ill children once a month.

She is portrayed by Charlene Amoia.

Comeback

She is only seen in a scene at Lima Hospital, where she works as a nurse. She is surprised to see Sue and said she had seen the interview with Katie Couric. She sings along to This Little Light of Mine with Will, Sue and the children.

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Pam Anderson

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Pam Anderson Pam Anderson First episode:
A Wedding

Last episode:
A Wedding

Gina Gershon

Pam Anderson is Blaine and Cooper's mother. She makes her first appearance in the episode A Wedding.

She is portrayed by Gina Gershon.

Shooting Star

After the school shooting, Blaine tells Tina he and his parents couldn't sleep and that they instead spent the night talking, and hugging each other.

A Wedding

Pam and Carole meet each other for the first time right before Brittany and Santana's wedding. They greet politely.

During At Last, Carole shares the shock of seeing Blaine and Kurt enter the room with Pam. She is also seen dancing to Hey Ya! with Blaine.

She also introduces The Troubletones to the audience and does back-up vocals in I'm So Excited. During this song, she starts dancing wildly and Blaine seems a little embarrased since he laughs covers his eyes with one of his hands.

Later, she is seen dancing to Our Day Will Come with Puck. She is definitely drunk and can barely stand on her feet.

Paul Karofsky

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Paul Karofsky Paul Karofsky First episode:
Furt

Last episode:
On My Way

Daniel Roebuck

Paul Karofsky is the father of David Karofsky, who makes his first appearance in the Season Two episode, Furt.

He is portrayed by Daniel Roebuck.

Furt

Paul first appears in the episode Furt for a meeting with Principal Sue Sylvester, Will, Burt, and Kurt about his son's bullying behavior.

Although Dave denies the claims of bullying against him, Paul notes that his son had been acting differently and that he doesn't really recognize his son anymore; he also mentions Dave's increasing hostility and falling grades as suspicious changes in behavior. When Paul tries to confront his son about this and questions Dave why Kurt would do such a thing, Dave tries to give the excuse that Kurt likes him, causing Paul to look at him suspiciously.

Paul is horrified when Kurt reveals that Dave threatened to kill him. When Sue asks why Dave would do such a thing, Kurt lies and states because Dave didn't want the bullying to come to light. Unknown to Paul and the other adults, its actually because of Dave's closeted homosexuality and the fact that after Dave kissed Kurt, he threatened to kill the other boy after if he tells anyone about it.

After Sue expels Dave from the school, Paul seems to not only accept the punishment, but seems to support it. However later appears that Dave and perhaps Paul or Dave's mother, took the matter up to the school board where they reverse Sue's expulsion due to lack of eye witnesses of either the violence or death threat.

Born This Way

Paul is called in in Principal Figgins office. He tries reasoning with Burt Hummel who insists that Dave is still dangerous to Kurt. He comments that he has seen the old, good Dave lately and wants Burt to understand. He leaves the office to let Kurt and Dave talk in private.

On My Way

Paul appears briefly in a powerful scene. He is shown in tears and screaming for help while holding his son David after finding him unconscious when he attempts suicide.

  • Behind the Scenes with Chris (Kurt), Mike (Burt), Jane (Sue), and Max (Dave)
  • Daniel Roebuck and Max Adler

Pendleton

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PendletonGlee Pendleton First episode:
The Purple Piano Project

Last episode:
The Purple Piano Project

Adrienne Berry

Pendleton is a member of the NYADA prep group, who made her only appearance in The Purple Piano Project, the first episode of Season Three.

She is portrayed by Adrienne Berry.

The Purple Piano Project

Pendleton greets Rachel and Kurt with Canada, Gavroche, and Harmony. She then proceeds to provide back-up to Harmony's rendition of Anything Goes/Anything You Can Do along with the other NYADA hopefuls. She is shown to be an exceptional dancer.

Perez Hilton

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Perez Hilton Perez Hilton First episode:
Nationals

Last episode:
Thanksgiving

Perez Hilton

Mario Armando Lavandeira, Jr. better known as Perez Hilton (a parody of "Paris Hilton"), born March 23, 1978, is a 36-year-old American blogger and television personality.

Nationals

Perez appears as one of the judges during the Glee Club's Nationals competition, together with actress Lindsay Lohan and Chicago assemblyman Martin Fong. In the judges' conference room, Lindsay Lohan is irritated with Perez Hilton for blogging about her during the performances. Perez challenges Lindsay's love of show choir, but Fong reminds him that she was a 12-time Teen Choice nominee. The judges begin trying to narrow down the contenders, with Perez impressed by the Portland Scale Blazers' "haunting medley homage to 'Starlight Express'" - on roller skates, even. Fong was taken by New Directions' energy, though he remembers them choking in New York the previous year. Lindsay doesn't think New Directions were the best singers and dancers - but she found them likable and favors a team on the brink of a major comeback. However, Perez hated them - he's for Vocal Adrenaline and believes Unique is a star- "like Tina and Ike Turner together." He wants to send a message to the outcast kids watching - though Fong points out that Nationals isn't televised, prompting a surprised Lindsay, in "full image rehab mode," to want to fire her manager (a detail Perez instantly posts).

Later, the judges present the individual MVP award, which goes to Unique Adams. Third place goes to the Portland Scale Blazers, leaving New Directions and Vocal Adrenaline to vie for the top prize. After an agonizing wait, it is revealed that the New Directions win their first Nationals.

Thanksgiving

Perez makes a cameo appareance as a partygoer during Let's Have a Kiki/Turkey Lurkey Time.

Pete Sosnowski

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Pete Sectionals Pete Sosnowski First episode:
Special Education

Last episode:
Special Education

Mike Hagerty

Pete Sosnowski is a minor character in Glee. He is the associate director of the Ohio Department of Motor Vehicles and is the head judge at the 2010 Western Ohio Sectional Championship.

He is portrayed by actor Mike Hagerty.

Phil Giardi

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Normal 0340 Phil Giardi First episode:
Showmance

Last episode:
Hairography

Michael Loeffelholz

Phil Giardi is Kendra Giardi's husband. He appears in Showmance and Hairography, the second and eleventh episodes of Season One. Together with Kendra, he has triplets named Kyle, Max, and Joshua. All three have ADHD, and thus Phil often appears to be tired and haggard.

He is portrayed by Michael Loffelholtz.

Showmance

Phil makes a brief appearance in the episode Showmance, in which he takes part in a brunch. During the brunch, he asks permission to both go to the bathroom and eat, implying that his wife controls him.

Hairography

He talks to Will about the restoration of Will's new car. He asks what Will plans to do with it once Terri's 'baby' has been born, as there isn't room in the car for three. Will is left thoughtful.

Phil Lipoff

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Philandbritt Phil Lipoff First episode:
The New Rachel

Last episode:
Glee, Actually

Daniel Curtis Lee

Phillip "Phil" Lipoff, is a character on Glee who made his first appearance in The New Rachel, the first episode of Season Four. He is a student and a jock at William McKinley High School, in Lima, Ohio.

He is portrayed by Daniel Curtis Lee.

The New Rachel

Phil is introduced as the new jock bully of McKinley High, along with his best friend, Bobby Surette. He is first seen at the Lima Bean where Kitty tells Kurt that her Iced Latte is too cold. He and Boom Boom make fun of Millie Rose during the lunch table with the Glee Club, when Marley gets mad and reveals that she is the daughter of the new cook. At last, him, Boom and Kitty tell the Glee Club members that they're not popular anymore, and he and Boom Boom throw slushies at Marley and Unique saying "And with that, order is restored."

Britney 2.0

He and Bobby relentlessly insult Marley's mom in cafeteria. Marley attempts to stop them, but it does not work, prompting Jake to make them apologize to Mrs. Rose. The two refuse so Jake attacks the two of them, starting a short fist-fight, only to be pulled apart by Will.

Dynamic Duets

Phil was first seen in a flashback, making fun of Jake with his friends. Then him and Bobby rudely interrupted Jake and Mrs. Rose conversation and made fun of her. Jake was defending her and almost got up with them and the rest of their friends, but Ryder and the superheroes came and saved Jake. Phil and the others leave because of the threat Ryder made.

Glee, Actually

Phil only appears with his friend Bobby picking on Jake, and then Jake starts wrestling with him and Bobby on the ground, but then it was soon broken up by Jake's brother Puck, he soon tells them to leave Jake alone or he'll beat him up too with Jake. They left and didn't return for the remainder of the episode. This is the last time he's seen on the show.

Pierce Pierce

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Pierce-WTWNN Pierce Pierce First episode:
What the World Needs Now

Last episode:
A Wedding

Ken Jeong

Pierce Pierce is Brittany Pierce's adoptive father (being Stephen Hawking her biological father) and Whitney Pierce's husband on Glee. He makes his first appearance in What the World Needs Now.

He is portrayed by Ken Jeong.

What the World Needs Now

By the start of the episode, he and his wife enter Brittany's bedroom. It is stated that Pierce's intelligence is below average - his IQ being 60 - and he is shown to be a little awkward but a caring father above all. He also proves to have a very bad memory when Whitney confesses that Pierce is not actually Brittany's father, since he doesn't remember it even though they had spent all of Brittany's life talking about that. He also thought that Stephen Hawking (Brittany's real father) was a robot. It's told by Whitney that he said he was sterile, but this was actually a mispronunciaton, when he really meant the opposite. Pierce accepts the truth and says that nothing is going to change for him. He's shown to be delighted when Brittany announces she is getting married with Santana.

A Wedding

Opening the episode, Whitney shares how Brittany was born and how surprising it was for Pierce.

During the wedding, Pierce shows up late for being in the bathroom and this makes him miss the performance of At Last and the vows. However, he gives an speech to the new couples later, in which he says that his daughter is the prettiest girl in the wedding by far. He starts making everyone uncomfortable and his speech is cut by Whitney. He also tells everyone to be careful with the candles since it would be easy to set fire to the barn. The presents, though creeped, applaud the little talk.

Later, Pierce jumps on his wife and starts kissing her at the end of I'm So Excited. He is also shown having fun during the other performances.

Pony

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Pony 2 Pony First episode:
Pot o' Gold

Last episode:
Pot o' Gold

Suraj Partha

Pony is Puck's assistant pool cleaner. He made his one-episode appearance in Pot o' Gold, the fourth episode of Season Three.

He is portrayed by Suraj Partha.

Pot o' Gold

Pony is swimming around in an unclean pool while Puck is cleaning it. While in the pool he finds a couple of pennys and a dead raccoon and shows them to Puck, who tells him that he can keep the raccoon. Mrs. Figler soon walks outside wanting Puck to 'clean some pipes' but changes her mind when he shows her a picture of Beth. She then asks Puck to send Pony in instead.

  • Pony was originally thought to be Sugar Motta's brother, and it was said that Al Motta would hire Puck to teach him how to properly swim. However, these rumours were proven false when the episode aired.

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Sandy (Waitress)

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Waitress Sandy Sandy (Waitress) First episode:
Hell-O

Last episode:
Big Brother

Jeanine Anderson

Sandy is a waitress at ‎Breadstix. She's also known as Madame ‎Breadstix. She was first introduced in Season One during the episode Hell-O.

She is portrayed by Jeanine Anderson.

Hell-O

She is first seen at ‎Breadstix when Santana, Brittany and Finn go on a date. Santana demands more food and Sandy replies, "But you ate all of it." Santana then tells her that she is supposed to do what they say, so she takes their plates and leaves, presumably to get more food.

Funk

She informs Sue that she has been stood up while Sue waits for Will to arrive.

Never Been Kissed

This is her first appearance in Glee's second season. She is the waitress at Breadstix, when Santana, Brittany, Puck and Artie go on a double date. Artie tries to make Brittany jealous by saying the waitress is totally into him. Puck decides to Dine-N-Dash but Artie feels bad and decides to pay the bill, and Sandy happily asks if he wants change. Later Artie suggests to Puck that she probably has kids which is why he couldn't go through with it.

Silly Love Songs

She is seen in the background whilst the Warblers perform Silly Love Songs. When Michelle is making out with Puck, Sandy covers Michelle's section for 15 minutes. Later, Sandy tells Michelle that her break is over, and her husband called.

Asian F

She appears in a flashback when young Emma and her parents eat at ‎Breadstix as their waitress but another waitress takes over. This flashback scene indicates that she has been working at ‎Breadstix for more than 20 years.

Heart

She appears before the start of the Sugar Shack. When Kurt says "seems like my special date isn't coming," she reassures him saying, "I wouldn't be too sure about that." Kurt looks over to see a gorilla, revealing himself to be Karofsky.

Big Brother

She serves Blaine and Cooper at Breadstix.

Scott Cooper

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Scott Cooper Glee Scott Cooper First episode:
The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

Last episode:
The Purple Piano Project

D.C. Cody

Scott Cooper is a member of the Hockey Team. He is first introduced in The Sue Sylvester Shuffle, the eleventh episode of Season Two.

He is portrayed by actor D.C. Cody.

The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

He and the Hockey Team attack Karofsky and the Football Team with slushies after they walk down the halls in Zombie make-up following their performance of She's Not There. Prior to the attack he said, "Wow, the Glee Club has turned Karofsky gay," and Karofsky visibly recoiled when he was accused of being gay. It is also shown that the Hockey team seems to think they'd rule the school if it weren't for the Football Team.

The Purple Piano Project

At the beginning of Season Three, Jacob Ben Israel is interviewing each of the New Directions' students. After that, it gets to Finn, who talks about how he doesn't know about his future and is confused as to where he stands and who he is. That's when Scott Cooper and a few other Hockey Team members slushie him and laugh as they run off through the hallways.

  • Scott was supposed to have a bigger role in Season Three as an antagonist, but his part was seemingly replaced by Rick The Stick.

Sean Fretthold

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Sean Sean Fretthold First episode:
Laryngitis

Last episode:
Laryngitis

Zack Weinstein

Sean Fretthold is a disabled ex-football player who made his one-episode appearance in the Laryngitis, the eighteenth episode of Season One. The creators of Glee named his character after a real, non-disabled person.

He is portrayed by Zack Weinstein.

Laryngitis

Sean Fretthold is introduced as a football player who was paralyzed below the upper chest after injuring his spinal cord at the C4 vertebrae in a football accident. He is good friends with Finn Hudson, who brings Rachel Berry to meet him. Sean appears to have somewhat of a crush on Rachel, calling her a "hottie," and asking her if she had a boyfriend. Sean has a conversation with Rachel about losing something that means everything to you, because she is afraid her tonsil surgery will take her voice. Sean shows her the wheelchair he uses and talks about his new-found love for singing and math. Sean tells the story of when he first used his wheelchair, himself, and his family where very thrilled about the chair but once Sean was left alone he drove it into the swimming pool where his mother had to pull him back out.

After Rachel is cured, she returns to explain that she didn't need surgery after all. She says that Sean inspired her, and offers to give him singing lessons, since he had previously revealed he loved to sing. The show closes with a duet by Sean and Rachel on One, which transitions into New Directions' performance of the song in the McKinley auditorium.

He is not seen after this episode and his singing lessons with Rachel are never mentioned again.

Shadonda

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15555666 Shadonda First episode:
Hairography

Last episode:
Sectionals

Unknown

Shadonda is a student at Jane Addams Academy and is a member of the Glee Club at her school. She was released from a juvenile detention center for committing an unknown crime.

She is portrayed by an unknown actress.

Hairography

Shadonza performs in Bootylicious, and she is mentioned in the lyrics in the line, "Shadonza, can you handle this?"

Sectionals

She performs with her Glee Club in Proud Mary and And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going, which were stolen from the New Directions set list by Jane Addams Academy. Despite this, the New Directions won and they came in second.

Season One

Sheila

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Sheila Sheila First episode:
The Purple Piano Project

Last episode:
Asian F

Raven Goodwin

Sheila is a minor character on Glee. She makes her debut in The Purple Piano Project, the first episode of Season Three. She, along with The Mack and Ronnie, is a member of The Skanks.

She is portrayed by Raven Goodwin.

The Purple Piano Project

Sheila is first seen as part of Quinn's new friend group - The Skanks. She appears to be very angry and hostile, disliking Rachel instantly. She is later seen in the canteen during the New Directions performance of We Got the Beat, which she does not seem to enjoy. She is seated on the stairs with the rest of The Skanks when the purple piano is set on fire.

I Am Unicorn

The Skanks are shown bullying a younger student, with Sheila revealing she is a foster child and threatening to stab the student with a plastic spork. When Sue arrives she, The Mack, and Ronnie leave the bathroom. After this, Quinn returns to the New Directions and The Skanks are not seen again. It was most likely that she graduated at the end Season 3.

Asian F

Sheila is seen in Run the World (Girls). Towards the end of the song she joins in to dance with the rest of the female student body and celebrates the candidacy of Brittany.

  • She prefers the Bangles to the Go-Gos.
  • She was a foster kid.
  • She claims she once ate "cat poo."
  • Sheila originally was supposed to be a Joan Jett-like character with tattoos; however, the writers decided to focus less on guest stars and thus combined Sheila with Quinn creating the Quinn punk-persona.

Shoshandra

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ShoshandraGlee Shoshandra First episode:
Acafellas

Last episode:
Journey

Shelby Rabara

Shoshandra is a student at Carmel High School and a member of Vocal Adrenaline.

She is portrayed by Shelby Rabara.

Acafellas

Shoshandra comforts Andrea Cohen as she vomits into a bin outside the auditorium due to overwork. Andrea warns Rachel and the rest of New Directions not to hire Dakota Stanley because "he's a monster." She later performs Mercy with Vocal Adrenaline.

Journey

She performs Bohemian Rhapsody with the rest of Vocal Adrenaline. This won the team first place at Regionals.

Sr. Mary Constance

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Mary Constance Glee Sr. Mary Constance First episode:
Original Song

Last episode:
Original Song

Loretta Devine

Sr. Mary Constance is a minor character on Glee who appears in Original Song, the sixteenth episode of Season Two. She is a former exotic dancer turned nun and is one of three judges at the 2011 Midwest Regional Championship.

She is portrayed by actress Loretta Devine.

Original Song

Mary Constance is a Regionals judge along with Rod Remington and Tammy Jean Albertson in Original Song. During the competition, Aural Intensity sings Jesus Is My Friend in an attempt to appeal to Mary because she is religious. But, she thinks the performance was "pandering." She preferred Dalton Academy's performance of Candles, stating, "I like the duet that the two boys from Dalton sang." However, Tammy Jean Albertson opposes her saying that "gay is not okay." Rod Remington points out New Directions' original songs and swings the vote in their favor.

  • She only joined the convent for a place to live.
  • She hates being "pandered" and admits to disliking it even when she was a stripper.

Stacey Evans

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Stacey Evans2 Stacey Evans First episode:
Rumours

Last episode:
Rumours

Ava Chelsea Ingram

Stacey Evans is the youngest sibling and only sister of Sam and Stevie Evans. She makes her first and only appearance to date in Rumours, the nineteenth episode of Season Two.

She is portrayed by Ava Chelsea Ingram.

Rumours

Samandstacy
Initially, Sam keeps his homelessness a secret from New Directions. However, both Quinn Fabray and Kurt Hummel discover the 'truth'. Kurt and Quinn each lend him and his family a hand; Kurt donates clothing to the family, while Quinn offers to help babysit Stacey and Stevie while Sam works as a pizza delivery boy as Dwight and Mary are out filling out applications for jobs. Eventually, the rest of the group finds out, after accusing him of having affairs with Quinn and/or Kurt behind the backs of Finn and Blaine. Feeling guilty, New Directions buy back the guitar that Sam was forced to sell, and Finn and Rachel deliver it as a present. This causes Sam to break down in tears for the first time. He is consoled by Stacey, who hugs him from behind saying, "Don't cry, Sammy." Stacey and Stevie later join New Directions for the performance of Don't Stop.

Stevie Evans

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Stevie Evans2 Stevie Evans First episode:
Rumours

Last episode:
Rumours

Cody Hamilton

Steven "Stevie" Evans is the younger brother of Sam Evans and older brother of Stacey Evans. He makes his first and only appearance to date in Rumours, the nineteenth episode of Season Two.

He is portrayed by Cody Hamilton.

Rumours

It is said that Stevie along with the rest of his family move to Ohio from Tennessee when his dad gets a new job. However, due to the failing economy, his dad loses his job, and due to being unable to get a new job, the family eventually loses their house. They are then forced to sell the majority of their possessions and move into a motel, keeping the remainder of their belongings in Dwight's car. Initially, Sam keeps this a secret from the New Directions. However both Quinn Fabray and Kurt Hummel discover the truth. Kurt donates clothing to the family, while Quinn offers to help babysit Stacey and Stevie while Sam does his part-time pizza delivery job. Eventually, the rest of the group finds out the truth, after accusing him of having affairs with Quinn and/or Kurt behind the backs of Finn Hudson and Blaine Anderson. Feeling guilty, New Directions buy back the guitar that Sam was forced to sell, and Finn and Rachel deliver it as a present, meeting Stevie and Stacey for the first time. Stevie and Stacey later join the New Directions to perform Don't Stop.

Strando

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Strando Glee Strando First episode:
The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

Last episode:
The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

Kody Batchelor

Christopher Strando is a William McKinley High football player who makes a one-episode appearance in The Sue Sylvester Shuffle, the eleventh episode of Season Two.

He is portrayed by Kody Batchelor.

The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

He is a member of the football team and seems to be friends with Karofsky and Azimio. In the locker room, he makes a comment about "singing a Ke$ha song" and Puck retaliates causing a riot. He also shows defiance about the New Directions when Coach Beiste forces the jocks into Glee Club. He laters performs in She's Not There and then quits the Glee Club and is kicked off the football team. Later in the episode, Puck recruits him back to the football team when he and some of the others agree to perform Thriller/Heads Will Roll.

Svengoobles

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Svengoobles Svengoobles First episode:
On My Way

Last episode:
On My Way

Ian Brennan

Svengoobles is a popular TV personality hosting late-night showings of horror movies portraying a vampire character and appears as a judge at the 2012 Midwest Regional Championship.

He is only featured in On My Way, the fourteenth episode of Season Three.

He is portrayed by Glee co-creator, Ian Brennan.

On My Way

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He appears as one of the three judges of the 2012 Regionals competition, it is apparent from the response of the audience and people such as Finn, Sugar, Sam and Blaine that he is very popular, although Kurt is afraid of him. When the performances end, he emerges from a coffin brought on stage by two stagehands to announce the results and has been hug by Sugar.

Big Brother

Sue refers to him in her first session of Booty Camp. She says, "...at the first glimpse of a solo in a competition hosted by a late night horror movie host."

  • Svengoobles' name is a parody the character Svengoolie, host of the old local TV series Son of Svengoolie, broadcast in Chicago.
  • This was Ian Brennan's first on-screen appearance. He is best known as one of the co-creators of Glee and the voice of the "and here's what you missed on Glee" segments at the start of many episodes. His second on-screen appearance occurred in Glee, Actually.
  • This is the second time someone that co-created or writes for Glee appeared in the show. The first was Michael Hitchcock appearing as Dalton Rumba in the episodes Hairography, Sectionals, Makeover and Love Love Love.
  • Some people mistake his name to be Svenboolie.

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Thad

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Thw4 Thad First episode:
Special Education

Last episode:
Dynamic Duets

Eddy Martin

Thad is a student at Dalton Academy. He first appeared in Special Education, the ninth episode of Season Two. He was one of the three upperclassmen elected to The Dalton Academy Warblers Council, along with David and Wes.

He is portrayed by Eddy Martin.

Special Education

Thad, along with the rest of the council did not move Kurt past the first round of solo auditions, possibly because of his choice of song, revealing that the council values working as one unit over an individual's ability to stand out. However at Sectionals, he sings backup on Hey, Soul Sister.

Silly Love Songs

Thad, along with the other council members, initially resist Blaine's request to do a performance off campus, being protective of tradition and trying to learn from a mistake the Warblers made in 1927, but agrees to the reasonable logic that performing off campus would help loosen the group up.

[[[Sexy]]

He sings and dances in Animal.

Original Song

Thad is shown to be in awe of Blaine's talent just as much as most of the other Warblers, and the council's obvious favoritism for Blaine is finally addressed. After a Warblers argument over what song Blaine should sing, Thad tells him that Blaine should pick the song he wants to sing, not even considering someone else having a solo as an option. When Blaine asks for a duet with Kurt, he and the others Warblers agree. At Regionals, he sings backup on Raise Your Glass.

Born This Way

In Born This Way, he sings Somewhere Only We Know, together with the Warblers to say goodbye to Kurt. He is the only Warblers shown on screen to hug Kurt when they say goodbye.

The First Time

He sings Uptown Girl with the rest of the Warblers and gets his first solo line.

Dynamic Duets

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.

Solos (In a Group Number)

Season Three
Song Episode Solos with
Uptown Girl The First Time Nick and Sebastian

Trent

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Tumblr lidntkW3Om1qi7b23o1 500 Trent First episode:
Special Education

Last episode:
Love, Love, Love

Dominic Barnes

Trent is a student at Dalton Academy and a member of the Dalton Academy Warblers. The actor also appeared as a student of William McKinley High School, as shown in Journey and in The Substitute. He first appears as a Warbler in the episode Special Education along with many of the other Warblers.

He is portrayed by Dominic Barnes.

Special Education

Trent is first introduced in this episode and can be seen during Hey, Soul Sister.

The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

Takes part in the Bills Bills Bills performance.

Silly Love Songs

Trent participates in The Warbler's Gap Attack and Lonely Heart Dinner, where they sing When I Get You Alone and Silly Love Songs, respectively.

Sexy

Trent is seen during The Warbler's performance of Animal.

Original Song

Trent actively voices his opinions and is shown to have deep admiration for Blaine. He shouts "How dare you?!" when David points out that a song is not Blaine's natural key and later yells out, "This is a kangaroo court!" when the Warblers get into a fight over their outfits for Regionals.

Born This Way

Trent is at WMHS to say goodbye to Kurt with the rest of The Warblers. He sings in Somewhere Only We Know.

The First Time

He returned with most of the Warblers from season 2, he performs Uptown Girl and asks if Blaine is returning to Dalton.

Michael

When Santana confronts Sebastian, she tells the Warblers that because of the slushie, Blaine had to have surgery and might lose an eye. Trent becomes extremely worried and asks if Blaine is okay, but Sebastian reprimands him. Later in the episode, Trent is the first Warbler to join the New Directions performance of Black or White, leading the other Warblers (except Sebastian) to do the same.

On My Way

Trent is seen performing with the Warblers at Regionals, taking part in both Stand and Glad You Came. He is next seen in the audience enjoying New Directions performance. The Warblers place second to which he is seen upset about.

Dynamic Duets

Trent is seen performing My Dark Side with Blaine and the Warblers, when they convince him to join them and leave New Directions.

Sadie Hawkins

Towards the beginning of the episode, Blaine and Sam notice that he was missing during the Warblers' performance at Sectionals; so they investigate the case. During the Sadie Hawkins dance, Trent shows up and admits that the Warblers were forced by Hunter Clarington to inject performance-enhancing drugs. Trent says that he had to leave the Warblers because he refused to take the substances. At first he doesn't want to shame the Warblers and his friends, but in the end, he is convinced to make a statement.

Love, Love, Love

Trent is first seen in the phone booth during the performance of Help!. As he is intrigued by the commotion, he follows the crowd with his fellow glee club members. After the performance he speaks for all the Warblers agreeing to help Blaine with the proposal, but is interrupted by Sebastian. Later in the episode he dances and sings backup with the rest of the Warblers during All You Need Is Love.

  • He has been described as the 'sassy Warbler'.
  • He appears to be close friends with Nick and Jeff.
  • The actor is seen in the episode The Substitute as an extra in the English class with Holly Holliday. He is also seen as an extra in the episodes Theatricality and Journey. He is seen walking down the stairs beside Finn after he calls out to Rachel. He is also visible in Laryngitis when Kurt begins to sing Rose's Turn.
  • He is shown to be very caring, asking Santana if Blaine was okay when he heard that he might lose an eye due to Sebastian's slushie.
  • Trent mentions that he joined the Warblers with Blaine.

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Walter

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Walterpic Walter First episode:
The Hurt Locker, Part One

Last episode:
A Wedding

Harry Hamlin

Walter is Kurt's blind date from the episode, The Hurt Locker, Part One.

He is portrayed by Harry Hamlin.

The Hurt Locker, Part One

When Kurt tries to goes back into the dating scene, he makes a blind date with Walter, only to be surprised at how much older he is. Walter explains that he hasn't come out of the closet yet to his family, and an understanding Kurt sympathizes, but still rejects him.

The Hurt Locker, Part Two

Walter and Kurt are seen on their second meeting. Walter explains to Kurt how back in the 90's, he saw a woman give birth on the corner-table at Breadstix. they toast on their second date when Sue, dressed as Susan the waitress, interupts them at their table. After a few insults, Walter comments about how hilarious she actually is and how there isn't much that can bother a person as goodlooking as he is. He makes a snarky remark about Sue's own age and he continues his date with Kurt.

Transitioning

Walter is seen towards the end. He compliments Blaine's bow tie after he walks into the choir room and he's than seen going on a double date with Kurt, Sam & Rachel.

A Wedding

He's seen grabbing a coffee with Kurt. He notices somethings off and he immediately knows Kurt is thinking about Blaine. He convinces Kurt to go after him because he believes it's true love and he should never let it go again.

Webber

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Webber2 Webber First episode:
Yes/No

Last episode:
Yes/No

Patricia Raven

Webber is a member of the Synchronized Swimming Team. She made her one-episode appearance in the tenth episode of Season Three, Yes/No.

She is portrayed by Patricia Raven.

Yes/No

Webber first appears where she is seen talking to Sam and explaining the rules when he joins the school's Synchronized Swimming Team. She appears to be friends with Vinny and is last seen taking part with the rest of the swim team and the New Directions in the proposal number of We Found Love.

Wes (Warbler)

Image Character Appearance Portrayer
Weswarbler1 Wes (Warbler) First episode:
Never Been Kissed

Last episode:
Born This Way

Telly Leung