By accentuating the themes in both songs dealing with inappropriate relationships between men and younger women, Schuester hopes to put an end to the growing infatuation, but Rachel only has eyes for him and unfortunately misses the entire point.
Watch the video after the jump.
Are you a fan of the rock band The Police and musical instruments that aren't plugged in? Then I have good news for you.
The Police, who are currently on a reunion tour, will be performing an all-acoustic set for MTV Unplugged somewhere in Miami on July 13, according to Fox News. There's no specific word yet on just which venue the performance will take place, but fans will no doubt be able to catch the performance on MTV (and perhaps also VH1 and CMT). The article further states that an album could result from the Unplugged performance, which should make fans very happy, especially those fans who can't afford tickets.
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