Still, in its closing moments, the 'Gimme A Kiss' section finds a purpose. As Sandra wraps up her shaggy dog story it becomes clear that all of this is her way of offering an extended apology to Spence for what she'd said earlier in the day. She makes it explicit with a heartfelt speech that ends with her apologizing on behalf of everyone in the church who has mistreated him for being gay stating simply, but affectingly, \"You can't love God and hate love\". Spence, for his part, is sat stony-faced throughout before getting up and planting a gentle kiss on her forehead.
Ken tells Kurt that if he makes the winning goal, he'll die a legend. Kurt runs into the field and prepares himself with the Single Ladies warm-up he's been practicing and manages to score the goal, winning the game. From the audience, Burt is seen screaming with the crowd, expressing how proud he is of Kurt as the team picks Kurt up in victory. Puck's happiness over their victory is short-lived when he sees Quinn and Finn sharing a kiss.
On season three, episode one, \"Gay Witch Hunt,\" Michael puts Oscar (Oscar Nuñez) in an uncomfortable position when he reveals Oscar's sexuality to his coworkers. Then Michael makes matters worse by kissing him in front of everyone to \"prove\" he's not homophobic. 781b155fdc