Kitty-Marley Relationship | Glee TV Show Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
And Jake and Marley and Ryder and Kitty, you guys are all like the foster kids who come to live with us when the orphanage closes, and who we don't trust at. Kitty Wilde is a fictional character from the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee. She starts a relationship with Marley's love interest and brother of a former glee club member, Jake Puckerman (Jacob Artist), they later break-up during the. Kitty meets up with them, and Jake calls off their relationship. Kitty blames this on Marley, and hands back Jake's jacket stating, "Obama's gonna lose.
Or are they a cover for something more?
Marley's only begining to glimpse behind the wall of insults, but will a do-over sleep-over change anything? I tormented this girl until she had an eating disorder and now I liked her?
But for Marley, Kitty's just a hook-up. While Marley struggles with adjusting to her new school and befriending the most popular and scared of girl in school, she attempts to figure out the mysterious case of the baffling yellow roses which keep appearing She knows that she needs to say.
She just doesn't know how Marley is going to react. Oneshot Glee - Rated: Plus, a certain songstress is never far from her thoughts Sometimes one of those lives can benefit or sacrifice someone else's.
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Would you prefer a life that'll make you stand out from the crowd, or a life that will cause controversy to your fellow beings? Une petite discussion s'impose An insecure cheerleader, willing to do anything to stay on top? That's who I was, not who I am. T - English - Romance - Chapters: Minor spoilers, I guess. Faberry and Brittana mentions. Some chapters are a little M, though I'll say in the Author's Note if they are. I mean, everyone's seen the way Kitty treats Marley.
With the insults, the fat jokes, its just one thing after another! But what happens when Marley makes a bold move in the auditorium and kisses the Cheerio?
Can Kitty keep up her act long enough to please her mother, or will love actually conquer all? She then walks to the two of them, as she introduces herself, then rubs into Marley's face that she will be also auditioning for Sandy. Then, she tells Ryder that Marley will become overweight, and then says that Marley is the reason she and Jake broke up. She also says that she sees that Marley is pretending to be the innocent nice girl, but really is a scheming little kiss-ass.
Marley then walks away upset.
Kitty auditions for the musical with Jake performing Everybody Talks. Marley watches both of them off stage, appearing jealous of the two. Kitty then shoves herself into Marley, and makes jabs about her weight saying that the stage will make her appear overweight, so she better find something slimming. The Role You Were Born to Play Kitty insists that Marley's inheriting her mother's weight problems, when her Sandy costume doesn't fit - but Kitty had secretly altered the costume beforehand.
Claiming a desire to win new friends, Kitty invites the girls to a sleepover. At the sleepover, Kitty mercilessly trots out donuts, and seeing Marley's panic, she takes her aside and not-so-subtly suggests that Marley should try a binging-and-purging approach. Marley sees this and asks if Kitty is making fun of her. Before the show begins, Marley rushes to Tina saying that her costume doesn't fit. Kitty who overhears, assures her she can get those inches off her before curtain call by throwing up.
Later, when the final performance is due, Kitty informs both Marley and Ryder that Fletcher Mantini, a merciless theater critic, is in the audience. This information shakes Marley's confidence. Glease After Kitty has joined New Directions, Finn gives her and Marley the assignment to perform a dynamic duet together, believing that they don't get along.
Without consulting Marley on a song choice, Kitty hands her a lyrics sheet in the hallway. She also explained that she was going to dress as Femme Fatale, which meant "kill women" in French. Marley gets a little uneasy about this before leaving her locker.
In another scene, Marley goes to Kitty's locker and says she can't do the duet with her, due to her wearing a spandex costume. Kitty questions her about her puking situation, and Marley says she's been doing it every day that week. Kitty then proposes that she'll call off the duet if she thought Marley was actually fat in the costume. In the bathroom, Kitty dresses into a one-piece catsuit, admiring her figure.
Marley comes out with a costume her mother made for her, and explained that the WF on it meant "wall flower. She even changes her superhero name from Wall Flower to Woman Fierce, confident that she and Marley will kill their number.Glee - Kitty shows Quinn her 'WWQFD' picture in her locker and talks about Marley 4x08
Kitty approaches Marley after Ryder calls off their outing for Friday night, due to seeing the special education specialist. Kitty assumes that Ryder isn't into Marley, and insists on her trying to continue with the two-fingers suggestion. Marley denies it, saying that the old her would stay home on a Friday night and that won't happen any longer. She walks towards Jake, asking him what he was planning on doing for Friday night. He responds with "Going on a date with you," which Marley confirms and walks away proudly.
This leaves Kitty staring at her, shocked.
At the end of the episode, they perform Some Nights with the rest of New Directions. They start off friendly, but Kitty rolls her eyes without anyone's notice.
Dynamic Duets Kitty reveals intense worship of Quinnwho notices that Marley seems under pressure. Kitty assures her she's been trying to help Marley, and she leads Quinn to believe that Marley's distraction stems from another case of a good girl dating a Puckerman - something Quinn knows all too well.
Santana tells Quinn she believes Kitty is "pure evil" and responsible for giving Marley laxatives. Marley and Kitty then later on perform Gangnam Style together with the New Directions, during which Marley faints due to her eating disorder.
Thanksgiving In a deleted scene, Marley finds Kitty crying in the bathroom because of New Directions' loss at Sectionals, though she claims it is because she has allergies. Kitty admits that she has been awful to Marley and is confused as to why Marley is still being nice to her; Marley responds that she thinks that Kitty's meanness is just because she's scared. Marley then invites Kitty to come and discuss song choices for their last performance, but Kitty sharply rebuffs her.
At the end of the episode, she and Kitty share a group hug with Ryder and Joe. Glee, Actually In the episode, Sadie Hawkins, they do not interact, but Kitty mentions her in a rough, unfriendly way. At first, when Finn announces the "Ladie's Choice" assignment, for the girls to choose a song to sing to invite the boys to the dance, Kitty comes in saying that she knows who she'll be inviting, to which she looks at Jake and Marley gives an uncomfortable look.
Before Tell HimMarley explains that Jake has been acting weird after Marley collapsed at Sectionals, and has moved away and once again, at Kitty's tail.
At the end of the performance, Marley asks Jake to the dance, to which he gives an optimistic 'yes', but this makes Kitty look upset. When Jake gets into school, Kitty clicks her fingers and makes sure the Cheerios lock the doors tight. She says that he should dump the "bulimic" girl, and go with her instead because Kitty knows Jake has needs and Marley wouldn't do it. Jake seems confused as he thought they were friends.
At the Lima Bean, Jake discusses this with his brother, Puck, to which Jake says that Kitty keeps going all over him, while he likes Marley.
And while saying that she mentions the Puckerbrosand Marley suddenly looks away.