'Glee' recap: Brotherly Love
Meanwhile, Dreamboat Blaine's even dreamier older brother blows into town to manufacture a lot of unnecessary drama and angst. Seems "Cooper Anderson" -- portrayed by the preternaturally pretty Matt Bomer as a self-obsessed dip**** given to spouting "Namaste!" at various opportune moments -- has established quite the career for himself spokesmodeling for the Internet's number-one credit score website, and he has much to share with the artistically-inclined children of McKinley High School, much to Dreamboat Blaine's extreme distress and dismay. The Brothers Anderson quite naturally give voice to their raging sibling rivalry through song throughout the evening until their ultimately pointless subplot culminates in this staggeringly weird duet that makes them look like ex-lovers who now hate each other but who will also probably still keep having sex because each is too lazy to put an end to the relationship once and for all, and then New Guy With Gross Hair shows them the error of their ways, after which everybody's friends again.
In other news, Sue's really pregnant, Will's really useless, and Rachel and Finn really break up until New Guy With Gross Hair shows them the error of their ways, after which everybody's friends again.