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Glee: season one, episode 18
We jump straight into the episode this week with Puck getting his mohawk shaved. After his mother finds a mole on top of his head and is afraid it might be something more sinister. A trip to the doctor's concludes with him losing his Puckness and the geeks finally getting one back on him and throwing him in a dumpster. Wanting to be the cool kid in school again, he decides to date Mercedes, who, after becoming a Cheerio, has become one of the popular kids. It sounds, clearly, like an utterly fool-proof plan. Still, after dismissing Puck as being a jerk, she soon warms up to him after he sings a song especially for her and the two begin to date, which infuriates his ex-girlfriend Santana. Eventually Mercedes sees Puck for the bully he is and breaks up with him, and also quits the Cheerios, as being a member wasn't being true to herself natch.
Puck shaves off his mohawk and loses his mojo. Now, even the nerds are no longer afraid of him. So he decides the best way to get his mojo back is to date a popular cheerleader.
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Let us make a list of things that should not work. On this list, we would almost certainly have to place the idea that Finn would take Rachel to see his paralyzed friend so that she would get a better sense of how she doesn't actually have it so rough, now that she's lost her voice. In this scene, we would also have to cope with seeing Finn's friend talk about how things are tough for him and have Finn stand around smugly while he thought about the wonderful lesson he was imparting to Rachel. At the same time, we'd have to watch Rachel's slowly sinking confidence as she realized that, yeah, she DID have it pretty good. And then she'd offer to give him singing lessons after he admitted he'd like to sing and Finn said he was pretty good. But I'll be damned if almost all of this storyline didn't work, and if it didn't play up some of the ways that Glee is slowly figuring out what does and doesn't work for it.