'Glee' recap: Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah, Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah
Meanwhile, Lady Lips Von Bieberhausen has been harboring many, many doubts about the stability of his relationship with Quinn in the wake of last week's mononucleosis-related hijinks, so he brainstorms for a bit and reaches the obvious conclusion that no adolescent female can resist the siren call of the original Biebs himself. To that end, he forms a one-man Justin Bieber tribute band he calls -- wait for it -- "The Justin Bieber Experience" and, within seconds of debuting his new act in the music room, he's got every single one of The Glee Gals pelting him with underwear. Artie, Puck and Gaylord Weiner quickly decide they want in on the action, mainly because their significant others have fallen into a predictable post-Valentine's slump as far as their interest in romance is concerned, and the wild success of the Bieb-tastic quartet soon has the various members of every relevant couple dry-humping each other again just like the Good Lord intended.
Well, except for Puck and Lauren, of course, because Lauren's still playing hard-to-get. She does, however, enlist Puck's aid in helping her overcome an uncharacteristic bit of stage fright before her very first solo glee club performance. Armed with a particularly sage bit of advice from her besotted would-be paramour, Lauren proceeds to unleash an enthusiasm so infectious during her rendition of an early-'80s classic that the number proves to be one of the evening's highlights. Especially when she motorboats Artie.