Glee Season 5 Episode 6 Finchel, sadly, cannot ever be. Brittana is also over. And Klaine — they’re engaged, but look to be headed towards a potential cheating scandal that, if it happens, will probably make us die a little on the inside. But not every relationship is floundering! ============================================================ CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EPISODE===> http://www.entertainreel.biz/glee-season-5-episode-6/916.html CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EPISODE===> http://www.entertainreel.biz/glee-season-5-episode-6/916.html CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL EPISODE===> http://www.entertainreel.biz/glee-season-5-episode-6/916.html ============================================================ Glee Season 5 Episode 6 Once they’re reunited in the Big Apple, Kurt and Blaine will sing a romantic duet of Billy Joel’s “Just the Way You Are.” Okay, so technically they’re not the only ones singing. Rachel (Lea Michele), Santana (Naya Rivera), and Sam (Chord Overstreet) also chime in but we do hear Kurt and Blaine duet on lyrics like, “I would not leave you in times of trouble / We never could have come this far / I took the good times, I'll take the bad times / I'll take you just the way you are.” Yes. Yes. All of this. We just want Kurt and Blaine to be happy. And in love. Forever. And we don’t want anything — or anyone — to get in the way of that. Glee has done a slew of Billy Joel songs over the years, and now, the show is dedicating an entire episode to the musical icon. Are you ready to hear all the music? Season 5, Episode 6’s Billy Joel tribute will be titled “Movin’ Out,” and the show has released the first-listen audio for the November 21 show. Sing us a song, Glee! We’ve loved the show’s previous takes on Billy Joel tunes, especially since all the renditions have been so different. It starts with Schue (Matthew Morrison) and Bryan Ryan’s (Neil Patrick Harris) unforgettable “Piano Man” in Season 1, followed by “Only the Good Die Young” in Season 2. Season 3 brought the Warblers’ peppy “Uptown Girl," and Season 4 had Marley (Melissa Benoist) and Rachel (Lea Michele) teaming up on "New York State of Mind."