No one knew that the reason Kurt had transferred back to McKinley was because of the sweet, yet depressed love letters Karofsky had been sending him for months.

No one knew that when Kurt had fallen down and hurt his foot while practicing choreography for glee club, it had been Karofsky who had found him and tended to and comforted him.

No one knew that when Kurt had been slushied by Azimio the day before his birthday, Karofsky had lifted him like a baby and carried him to the boys bathroom to wash him off.

No one knew that on Kurt's birthday, his 'girl-time' bowling with Rachel and Mercedes was actually his first real date with Karofsky at Breadstix.

No one knew that when Kurt had forgotten his lunch money in a rush to get to school, Karofsky had been the one to by him a lunch with his.

No one knew that when Kurt practiced his singing in the auditorium, he actually liked it when Karofsky listened.

No one knew when Karofsky hummed or sang along, Kurt actually adored his voice.

No one knew that when Karofsky had joined glee club, it had been Kurt who encouraged him to do it.

No one knew that when Karofsky had the flu and passed out in the locker room, Kurt was the one who drove him home and took care of him.

No one knew that when Kurt tried to cover up his computer screen, he wasn't really looking at gay porn. He was reading heartfelt PMs from Karofsky.

No one knew that when Kurt and Karofsky had been late to glee club once, it had been because he and Karofsky's secret-auditorium-macking session had ran late.

No one knew that when it was Kurt had gotten drunk for once-Bambi doesn't count!-it was Karofsky who had been the designated driver home and had quietly doused him with water and tucked him in lying on his stomach.

No one knew that Karofsky put an extra blanket on him when he though it was cold, then put his jacket on him when he felt it get colder, and drove home without it.

No one knew that when Kurt had disagreed with the family getting a dog, it was because Karofsky was allergic.

No one knew that whenever they went on dates, Karofsky opened his door and pushed his seat in for him, and always paid.

No one knew that when Kurt was about to get swirlied, Karofsky had stood up for him to the point where he was blue in the face.

Everyone knew there was something going on between them. Really, how could they not?