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VIASAT 1 belongs to a larger international entertainment broadcasting group called Modern Times Group (MTG). Girls (and Boys) on Film is the fifteenth episode of Glee's fourth season and the eighty-first episode overall. Will states that movies and films are another way to calm people down from the day-to-day anxieties, in this case, himself being left at the altar by Emma in the last episode. In a black-and-white art deco fantasy sequence, Will and Emma duet Fred Astaire-style to You're All the World to Me  from Royal Wedding, singing and dancing on the walls and ceiling. Will's inspired to assign his students a movie-themed assignment - singing songs from their favorite films - while Artie's already got movies on the mind and is about to make his first micro-budgeted film.
Santana suffers through a snowbound weekend in New York with her roommates gee?king out over musical theater, and her open hostility unnerves Rachel - but not as much as her baby-themed movie marathon choices, as Rachel continues to sweat out the possibility that she's pregnant.
Santana next expresses her misgivings about Brody, revealing that she found a large stash of cash and a pager among his belongings. Rusty and Rose Pillsbury are lured to McKinley on the belief that an anti-ginger-bullying club founded by Emma is floundering, with Finn and Artie both posing as redheads to wheedle Emma's address out of them.
Paying homage to Tom Cruise films, Blaine, Artie, and Joe don flight suits for their mash-up, leading off with Kenny Loggins' Danger Zone, joined by Sam, Jake, and Ryder stripped down to their tighty-whiteys on Bob Seger's Old Time Rock & Roll. Will parks outside the house where Emma's holed up, singing Peter Gabriel's In Your Eyes complete with "Say Anything"-type boombox, with New Directions backing him up, and draws Emma to the window.
Still pushing her Brody theories, Santana reveals to Rachel that she knows about her pregnancy test. Will announces the winner of the movie mash-up competition, once again proclaiming everyone a victor, much to the annoyance of the club. Brittany, Kitty, Marley and Tina were supposed to sing Maniac from Flashdance, but it got cut. This song can be heard on the background in Props, during Rachel and Tina's talk as they drive together. This is the first time a mash up competition has not taken place during the sixth episode of the season. It is also the first mash up competition after which a result is announced, although this competition resulted in a draw. When Will and Emma are discussing their problems by the car, she can be seen wearing the same coat she wore in Special Education on the scene she tells Will she can't go with the New Directions to Sectionals because of her husband Carl.


Dean Geyer was not credited in this episode, as he did not appear but Brody's voice was heard in a phone call with Rachel. Emma Bunton (Baby Spice) was present during the filming of the Shout performance as she was filming the mini-documentary "I Heart Glee" for Sky 1.
Last time that all members of New Directions are present until All or Nothing, seven episodes later.
The title of the episode is a reference to Girls on Film by Duran Duran, later sung by Sam in The Untitled Rachel Berry Project. Brittany says Vice Versa is her favorite Fred Savage film, while Artie says that to find Emma, what they need is a "hard-target search of every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in that area", which is a reference to The Fugitive. When Artie talks to Finn about how difficult it'll be to find Emma, Finn is flustered and says "Ain't nobody got time for that" which is a reference to the viral news video about Sweet Brown. Sam mentions Nightmare on Elm Street, particularly the third installment which is Dream Warriors. Though not referenced directly in the episode both of the songs Shout and Unchained Melody that were performed, are also both references to Whoopi Goldberg whom has guess starred in Season 3, 4 and 5 as Carmen Tibideaux, as the song Shout was used as the ending credits song for the movie Sister Act and Unchained Melody was a song used in Ghost, both of which Whoopi has starred in.
Santana picked Knocked Up, Rosemary's Baby and She's Having a Baby from the DVD collection.
Santana calls Rachel and Brody "Lars and the Real Boy," which is a reference to the movie Lars and the Real Girl. Marley mentions The Hunger Games, saying it's her favorite romantic movie of all time, though she was likely joking.
Santana: Last night, when I was rooting through all the pockets and drawers in this apartment. But Will wakes up with a start, revealing that it's all a dream after falling asleep with the TV on. Finn urges Will to amp up his search for Emma, but Will insists that she should have her space and that Emma will come back to him if and when she's ready.
She's convinced he's a drug dealer, and when Rachel attempts to prove otherwise, Brody's evasive behavior only bolsters Santana's theory.
As the glee girls prepare their own number, Kitty apologizes for her attempts to bring down Marley, believing both of their relationships with Puckerman men will bond them together in the future. Rachel claims that she doesn't know what Santana's talking about, but Santana continues to push for answers. He also asks to speak privately with Finn, thanking him for helping save the day with Emma.


Curiously enough, Glee would make a cover of the Spice Girls' hit, Wannabe two episodes later, with Unique being the one who portrays Baby Spice. They wanted to call the episode "What Ever Happened to Emma Pillsburry" or "Cinema Pare-glee-so" however, they decided on Girls (and Boys) on Film. Ironically, in doing this, Santana is calling Brody a sex doll, something that is paid for in exchange for sexual favors.
Sue reveals that Emma's used all her vacation days, but if she has any insight into her whereabouts, she refuses to tell Finn, so Artie advises him to pressure Emma's parents to give up her location. Still, as they watch the real movie scene, Kurt tears up but tries to conceal the reason from possible new guy Adam, though Santana bluntly reveals that it was Kurt and Blaine's dream to sing the song to each other at their wedding. When Kitty senses something is wrong, Marley confides that Ryder kissed her, but she still likes Jake. But when Kurt says he's trying to get over Blaine, Adam suggests they go to the sappiest movie they can find and make that their film. Will suggests starting to get to know each other all over again, beginning with a Friday-night movie date. The Glee Club preps up for the competition as they perform their 500th musical performance on the show. Meanwhile, Jake has Marley meet him in an art classroom, where he confesses that he didn't come up with all his impressive Valentine's Day touches on his own. As the Glee Club prepares for the competition, Finn assists Will in finding Emma successfully. To make up for using Ryder's ideas, Jake sets up a pottery wheel and plans to sings Marley's favorite song, Unchained Melody, recreating the iconic scene from Ghost.  During the performance, a guilt-ridden Marley has an out-of-body experience, watching in anguish as Ryder replaces Jake at the pottery wheel, singing to and kissing her.
Back in New York, Santana gets too comfortable in the Bushwick apartment for Kurt and Rachel's liking. At the end of the song, as Jake attempts to kiss her, she stops him and confesses that she let Ryder kiss her. When Adam, Kurt, Rachel, and Santana are snowbound, Santana digs out the dirty secret to who Brody really is and also finds out Rachel's pregnancy test results.



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