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|Family & Friends|
|Clique:||Dalton Academy Warblers, Dalton Academy Warblers Council|
|Awards:||1st Place (tie) - 2010 Western Ohio Sectionals Championship|
|First appearance:||Special Education|
Thad Harwood 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.
Thad Harwood is portrayed by Eddy Martin.
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.
He sings Bills, Bills, Bills with the Warblers.
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.
He sings and dances in Animal.
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.
He sings Uptown Girl with the rest of the Warblers and gets his first solo line.
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)
|Uptown Girl||The First Time||Nick and Sebastian|
You mock us, sir!
—Thad, Silly Love Songs
I agree. I think we should just let you choose the song you want to sing.
—Thad, Original Song
You know, I think Blaine's version of the song is actually better than the original.
—Thad, Original Song