By Stephan Lee
Updated March 08, 2011 at 11:00 PM EST

Image Credit: FoxTonight, TV’s freakiest substitute teacher is back at McKinley High! Gwyneth Paltrow is reprising her role as Holly Holiday, and this time, she’s subbing as the sex ed teacher and teaming up with possible future flame Mr. Schu to teach the Glee kids — through song, as always — about the “dangers of sex.” So they go about it by singing sexy songs. And strutting around sexily. And being the tall, blond epitome of sexiness. After all, as was the case with drinking, there just aren’t that many songs about the joys of abstinence. Look forward to Holly’s hair-whipping performance of “Do You Wanna Touch Me” and her hot duet of “Kiss” with Mr. Schu. Personally, I’m thoroughly excited for more Gwyneth, even if we have been seeing a lot of her musical side lately.

Can Gwynnie repeat her “Forget You” magic, or do you think we’re being Country Strong-armed (thank you) into seeing her as a singer? And which of the Glee kids (or adults) are most in need of sex ed? After the episode, come back here to sound off about it, and check back early in the morning for Sandra’s recap!

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