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Which leaves us with Kurt and Rachel, trying to feel out a rhythm in class while Kurt deals with his bitterness about Blaine dating Karofsky. They begin dating in Original Song, after Blaine kisses Kurt, forming the first While Kurt remains in love with Blaine, the latter has begun dating David Karofsky. TVLINE | There are some fans who prefer Kurt with Karofsky instead of Blaine. Is it your understanding that that isn't going to happen?.

Blaine offers to buy Kurt lunch and they walk off together. Later, it becomes clear that Kurt is rapidly becoming infatuated with Blaine, as proven by the framed picture of Blaine he has in his locker with the word "courage" beneath it.

Despite the rivalry between their respective Glee clubs, their friendship blossoms, with Blaine increasingly taking on the role of mentor. The Substitute Mercedes meets Klaine In The SubstituteKurt and Blaine's friendship developed greatly; to the point where they spent a great deal of time together, mainly eating dinner and seeing plays.

This results in Kurt inadvertently alienating himself from his friend Mercedes Jones. Kurt explains to Mercedes that while he's not sure what might happen between himself and Blaine, he doesn't want to lose the friendship that he and Blaine have started. While he doesn't state it explicitly, it is implied that he is hopeful that something more could come from the relationship.

Special Education Kurt transfers to Dalton Academy after receiving a death threat from bully and closeted gay, Dave Karofsky. Blaine and Kurt's relationship is seen from within the hallowed halls of Dalton Academy. Kurt feels awkward after having an idea shot down by the Warblers' council and Blaine cheers him up by letting him audition for a solo for Sectionals. Unfortunately, Kurt does not make the cut since he has seemingly tried too hard and doesn't fit neatly within the status quo by singing Don't Cry for Me Argentina.

Blaine reminds him that Dalton is about fitting in, hence the uniforms.

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Kurt ends up confiding in Rachel Berry that the Dalton boys don't exactly want his panache. When Blaine comes up to him to tell him they're calling places, he places his hand on Kurt's shoulder and smiles directly at him. During their Sectionals performance of Hey, Soul SisterBlaine clearly sings some key parts of the song to Kurt, another possible sign of his romantic interest.

Sometime after the performance, Kurt texts Blaine worriedly when he thinks the Warblers' canary, Pavarotti, is dying. Blaine hurries to his aid, but informs him that he's only malting and goes into a spiel about the bird's life cycle that can be taken as a metaphor for Kurt's assimilation into Dalton Academy. Blaine also gives Kurt an encouraging pat on the knee after telling him not to forget about choir practice, he stands and leaves Kurt to tend to Pavarotti.

Blaine characteristically stays very near Kurt in all their scenes together and Kurt seems relieved when he realizes he's pleasing Blaine. Typically, it's a duet usually performed by two members of the opposite sex, which Kurt notes. As they sing and dance around the Dalton Academy senior commons, they act out the suggestive and flirty lyrics, dancing playfully around one another. It's cold outside but sparks are burning inside! At the song's end, the two boys are sitting very close on the sofa, and Blaine assures Kurt that he sang way better than the girl he's going to perform it with will.

Blaine leaves and Kurt is surprised by a visit from Mr. Schuester, to whom he confesses that he and Blaine are just friends even though he wants more, saying, "No, he's just a friend. On the upside, I'm in love with him and he's actually gay.

I call that progress" which is likely a reference to his past with Finn or alliance with Sam. During this song Blaine sits next to Kurt for a while, causing Kurt to smile nervously, to which Blaine seems oblivious.

Kurt also gives Blaine a few flirtatious looks. During their conversation, Kurt says, "Blaine and I love football. Well, Blaine loves football. They end up going to the game together, accompanied by Burt and Carole. Blaine tells an unenthusiastic Kurt that Valentine's Day is his favorite holiday, because the day encourages people to "lay it all on the line, and say to somebody, 'I'm in love with you'. Blaine looks to Kurt for advice, revealing that he has a crush on a guy who he has only known for a short period of time, and wants to confess his feelings to that person, but is unsure if he should do so in a song.

Kurt, who suspects that this "guy" is himself, encourages Blaine's intentions. Blaine then orders both of their coffees, which comes as a surprise to Kurt who asks, "You know my coffee order?

Blaine singing to Jeremiah. At the meeting, Blaine tells the council of his intentions to sing a love song to his crush. Kurt believes that Blaine must have feelings for him and pushes for the public declaration, swaying the Warblers into allowing the live performance. When the proposal is accepted, Kurt is utterly shocked and disappointed when Blaine tells him that his crush is Jeremiah, an assistant manager at the local Gap store.

The Dalton Academy Warblers accompany Blaine to the store to perform a sort of flash mob. Blaine becomes noticeably nervous and attempts to back out. Kurt stops him and instills confidence in him, despite his disappointment about Blaine's romantic intentions. Towards the end of the song, Kurt is seen leaning on a mannequin, staring longingly at Blaine as he serenades Jeremiah. Kurt can also be seen moping near the counter of the store while Blaine and the rest of the Warblers dance around and on the table in front of the checkout register.

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He looks irritated and perhaps a little jealous of Jeremiah in the corner of the screen. After the performance Jeremiah is fired and rebuffs Blaine. Jeremiah tells Blaine that his GAP co-workers were shocked by the performance because "nobody here knows I'm I think they do!

Blaine turns around to Kurt looking bewildered and heartbroken. Later in the coffee shop, as they both stand waiting in line together, Kurt confess his feelings to Blaine, who is surprised, having not suspected Kurt's feelings to consist of anything more than friendship.

Blaine tells Kurt that he cares for him, but is terrible at romance and doesn't want to risk damaging their friendship. Towards the end of the episode, the Warblers including Blaine and Kurt sing Silly Love Songs in Breadstix to all the people that were in the cafe, mainly New Directions members. Throughout the song, Blaine and Kurt give flirting looks. Blaine gets drunk while Kurt stays sober because he's still "trying to impress Blaine. Kurt is noticeably disturbed by this as he says: I think we've had enough of that.

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Thinking that the figure in the bed is Kurt he carries on talking in that direction. Kurt replies "I'll be down in a sec Burt then looks back at the bed to see Blaine waking up confused and hung-over. This noticeably shocks Burt and he awkwardly leaves. Later in the episode, Kurt and Blaine are having coffee when Rachel calls Blaine to ask him out on a date.

Blaine says yes, which confuses Kurt. Blaine says that it's great that Kurt is completely sure of his sexual orientation, but that "some of us aren't as lucky," meaning that he doesn't know if he's actually homosexual or not. Kurt is upset that Blaine would think he is bisexual and Blaine responds by accusing Kurt of treating him similarly to how Karofsky treated Kurt.

After their argument, Blaine leaves. The Hockey Team stops them in their tracks. One of them Scott Cooper says that Glee Club turned Dave gay—which he flinches at, still not wanting to admit it—followed by a group slushie.

Dave's confidence instantly goes down the drain. He insists on quitting Glee Club and reluctantly is made to quit football along with the rest of the team that weren't original Glee Clubbers. During the performance, Dave walks by, but then stops to watch. He notices the crowd is loving the show and not booing it as he thought they would, and the Glee Club is having a blast. He smiles, puts on his zombified football shirt and happily joins in.

After the show, the football team play the other half of the game and win. Some day after the game, Finn greets Dave at his locker, and the two actually seem to get along. When Finn asks him to join in on a trip to Dalton Academy to apologize to Kurt before other Glee Club members would allow him to join Glee Club permanently, Dave shoots him down, refusing to ruin his reputation.

A Night of Neglect He slushies Santana only to sarcastically apologize. Later, he begins to taunt Kurt and Blaine who have come to attend the benefit concert. He seeks them out and mentions about how he was 'pumping iron in the gym,' and one of the guys told him that Kurt and Blaine were 'spreading their fairy-dust'. This causes Blaine to say, "You can live whatever lie you want, but don't pretend like the three of us don't know what's really going on here.

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After Dave calls Blaine "buck-boy," meaning male prostitute, Blaine shoves him, and Dave shoves back almost starting a fight when Santana intervenes and threatens him. Born This Way Santana, in order to bring Kurt back to the school and make herself favorable to win Prom Queen, blackmails Dave after finding out his sexuality by telling him that if he won't be her gay beard and prom date, she would reveal his secret to the school.

Seeing as he has no other choice, he accepts. With the blessings of Principal Figgins, he and Santana start an anti-bullying group called the Bullywhips. Dave apologizes in front of the Glee Club He makes an apology to the members of New Directions for his past actions against them, especially to Kurt, and notes that he will have to earn their trust.

The Bullywhips has been successful in creating a safer environment in the school and according the Principal Figgins, since the inception of the club there has been no bullying cases reported.

Burt still holds a grudge against him for threatening the life of his son; however, Kurt, although still skeptical, wishes to talk to Dave alone and sends the adults out of the room. Kurt asks him what his real reason is for starting the anti-bullying group, and Dave claims he just wants to make everything right. Kurt reminds him that he remembers the kiss and hasn't told anybody anything. When Dave asks him why he hasn't told anyone about the kiss, Kurt replies he doesn't believe in outing people but still accepts them for who they are, though he does add that Dave owes him the truth for his silence on the matter.

Dave confesses that it's part of Santana's plan to become prom queen and people might vote for them if Kurt comes back. Kurt then stresses to Dave that even if he is unable to come out to the world he needs to be educated, and he tells Dave to help him co-chair a local chapter of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays PFLAG. Prom Queen Dave and Santana go to prom together.

Kurt's date to the Prom is Blaine. In order to get more votes Santana promises Kurt that the Bullywhips will escort him to classes so he won't get bullied.

When Dave brings Kurt to his class, Kurt tells him that he thinks people don't care if you're gay or straight any more, to which Dave disagrees.