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Check out this short clip of Finn and Coach Beiste from this week’s episode of Glee, “Dynamic Duets.”

In the video Finn comes to Coach Beiste for advice about his lesson plan for the glee club. It seems that being a 19 year old running the glee club full of all your friends isn’t working out so well for him. Beiste has some awesome advice for Finn saying:

“Clark Kent was an awesome guy, but it was Superman who inspired everyone. Be a hero, Finn.”

Check out the video below!

Coach Beiste, even dressed in a ridiculous superhero costume, will always know the right things to say.

Glee’s new episode “Dyanmic Duets” airs Thanksgiving night at 9/8c on Fox!

More “Dynamic Duets” news

Check out the absolutely awesome superhero trailer that was released last last week that features the McKinley High cast which introduces their superhero costumes.

You can also check out the full performance of Blaine and the Warblers singing Kelly Clarkson’s original song “Dark Side,” which was just released today. Seems like the Warblers are up to no good yet again.

Listen to “Dark Side” and “Some Nights” from episode 7 “Dynamic Duets” and “Gangnam Style” which will be a part of episode 8 “Thanksgiving” here.


  • http://twitter.com/w_lowry Will Lowry

    Why is Finn dressing like Will….

  • http://twitter.com/MaireadNguyen Mairead Nguyen

    Finn’s reacting how I was when I had my first sip of coffee, lol.

  • LilyLuna

    Did Mr.Shue also give Finn his clothes with the job? Seriously, the sweater vest?

  • SarcasticLuna

    Finn Hudson
    William Schuester
    see the difference Ryan Murphy?
    Honestly I nearly thought that Finn was Will and I was going “WTF Will is supposed to be gone!”

  • Peg

    Seriously? Does Finn really need to be encouraged to pursue his desire to be everyone’s hero? This is ridiculous. The writers always insert Finn (and his twin Will–and, recently, his new protege: Ryder) as the “hero,” and often in offensive male-must-save/validate-the-female sorts of ways. Artie has this giant man crush on him and already called Finn his hero. Bah. I really wish I could find a way to like Finn. I do. But his character just gets exceedingly more offensive, dopey, and obnoxiously lauded each week. Enough.

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