Spencer: Stop being such a whiny home and get back in there! Rachel: Um, excuse me, I haven't been out of this school for that long, but when I was here we worked really hard to make sure bullies like you don't use words like that. Sam: Rachel no, it's cool, Spencer is totally gay. Spencer: I'm kind of a post-modern gay teen. You see, positive representation of gays in the mass media is giving me the confidence to be myself, which turns out is kind of an arrogant jerk.
Spencer: I know when you were in high school, being gay was how you primarily identified yourself, but that's not my thing. Kurt: Don't you think it's anyone else's thing? Spencer: When I told people I was gay, only two people had a problem with it. Coach Beiste kicked them off the team. Kurt: Look, you're naive if you think you're not standing on our shoulders. You owe glee club. Spencer: Please, I owe Modern Family. Listen, when Coach Beiste kicked those guys off the team, they cornered me in the parking lot while I was getting into my car, got all up in my face. One of them ended with their jaw wide shut, and the other, I don't think he ever stopped running.
Spencer: I can't stand Gaga, I've never seen Newsies, and I don't write Archie fanfiction where Archie and Jughead are hot for each other. Just because you and I happen to be born into the 10% of the population that would choose Andrew Garfield over Emma Stone, doesn't mean we have anything else in common. So I'm not saying no to your glee club because it's gay or straight, I'm saying no because I think it sucks.
Spencer: I'm walking a tightrope, man. I've got no wiggle room. I got to be tougher, stronger, and more manly than everyone else on the team. Because if they smell even a little bit of gay on me, I'm not their teammate anymore, I'm just another homo.