Vitamin D - S1-E6

Corrected entry: In the episode Vitamin D (Season 1, Episode 6), Terri gives Finn and the other Glee kids Pseudoephedrine tablets, telling them that Pseudoephedrine is the ingredient which makes decongestants non-drowsy. This isn't the case: Pseudoephedrine is itself the decongestant, which has a side effect in some people of promoting excitability. It certainly would not have made the kids as jumpy and energetic as they are shown to be.


Correction: Terri is an idiot and could easily make this character mistake. The power of suggestion easily explains the jumpy energy as well. I gave a single caffeine tablet to a friend who'd never had them before and he wigged out.

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