Glee Episode Scripts

Special Education

- House seats to sectionals? - Those things are hard to come by.
Scalpers are getting, like, five bucks for 'em.
I, however, as coach of one of the competing teams, get two.
I would be honored if you would be my plus-one.
I mean, y-you being at sectionals is- is kind of a good luck charm for us.
I would love to.
I mean, not that we're gonna need any talismans.
I have a killer set list planned.
- First- - No, let me guess.
Finn and Rachel are gonna do a ballad followed by the kids with a classic rock number where Mercedes will belt out the last jaw-dropping note.
- Have you been going through my desk? - It's what you always do.
Every team tries to showcase their strongest players.
Look, just seeing the kids do the Rocky Horror thing really reminded me of how much talent you've got in Glee Club.
Quinn has a beautiful voice and Mike Chang has dance moves that are to die for.
Look, I'm sure that you know what you're doing.
I'm not saying that.
Everyone has picked you as favorites for sectionals.
You won your sectional last year.
It's just, you guys used to be the underdogs.
Now you're a real team, which is wonderful.
You're a constellation of stars.
I would just hate to think that you might be ignoring some of them because they don't burn quite as obviously bright.
- I've said too much.
- No.
You said just enough.
- Mr.
Schuester, I have an announcement.
I've selected the perfect moving ballad for Finn and I to sing to launch our performance at sectionals.
Me first.
Two things.
First, our competition at sectionals are your classic stool choirs.
Great voices, but they don't move.
Now, if we're gonna beat them, Dance.
Which is why I've decided to feature - Brittany and Mike Chang's sweet moves in our performance.
- They're gonna dance in front of me while I sing my solo? You're not getting a solo for this competition, Rachel.
Finally.
So what song do I get to sing? I was thinking that the winners of our duets competitions would take the leads.
Ken and Barbie? Wait, a-are you trying to throw this? You used to be just sort of unlikable but now I pretty much feel like punching you every time you open your mouth.
Okay, listen.
I have talked the talk about everyone in here feeling special for over a year now but, frankly, I haven't walked the walk.
I mean, we have got a lot of talent here, and I'm gonna highlight it.
- Do something.
- Look, I'm all for pumping up the team making everyone feel special, but that's for practice.
You don't take the star quarterback out before the big game.
- Yep.
- Easy to say when you're the star quarterback.
This isn't just about me.
This is about the team.
- You are such a hypocrite.
- Like you even know what that means.
It means that your boyfriend is full of crap, hobbit.
You know what? Ever since the wedding, you've been up my butt, and I'm sick of it.
- Come on, Rachel.
She's not worth it.
- Oh, really? 'Cause that's not what you thought last year in that motel room.
That's right, Yentl.
Your sweetheart, he's been lying to you.
'Cause he and I totally got it on last year.
Okay, enough already! No more conversations about this, or- or anything.
This is our plan for sectionals, and that is that.
Mike, Brittany, come on up.
Let's start choreographing.
And now let's welcome the newest addition to The Warblers, Kurt Hummel.
In our oldest tradition for our newest Warbler, an actual warbler.
Kurt, meet Pavarotti.
This bird is a member of an unbroken line of canaries who have been at Dalton since 1891.
It's your job to take care of him so he can live to carry on the Warbler legacy.
Protect him.
That bird is your voice.
Hey, I'll bring him to work with me.
Weekends I volunteer at a stray cat rescue.
It's at the bottom of a coal mine.
That was a joke.
I don't- I don't work at a coal mine.
Let the council come to order.
Today we discuss the set list for sectionals.
- Council? - We don't have a director.
Every year, we elect three upperclassmen to lead the group.
- But don't worry.
We all get a say.
- Oh, fantastic.
I have a lot of ideas.
Warblers, if I may? Now, I can't deny that The Warblers' vocals are absolutely dreamy but I believe our set for sectionals this year should have a little more showbiz panache.
I think we should open with "Rio" by Duran Duran.
The council is responsible for song selection.
But we appreciate your enthusiasm, Kurt.
It'll come in handy one day when you're sitting behind this desk.
Now, I propose we do our entire set at sectionals in eight-part harmony.
- Just tell me if it's true.
I'm sorry.
Okay? I shouldn't have lied to you.
I thought if I told you the truth, you'd get so mad at me and you're kind of scary.
Don't you see how it's 10 times worse now? Why her? I mean, Quinn I'd understand.
But her? Do you think she's prettier than me? Don't answer that.
My dads went to couples counseling because one of them put up wallpaper in the den without asking the other.
They said it was the only thing that kept them from killing each other.
We need your help.
That's why I set up this counseling session.
You're both in Glee.
Why don't you sing about it? Right? Aren't there some great songs about betrayal or something? I'm pretty sure there's some Eagles songs.
Right, let's do plan "B.
" We'll start with you, Finn.
Why did you lie to Rachel? I didn't wanna hurt her.
Then why did you do it with her? Why are you so caught up with who it was? - Is it because she's hot? - Yeah, sure, she's super hot, but that's- As a therapist, is it productive for me to slap him right now? Well, I'm not a therapist, but no.
- Um, maybe you should storm out.
- Yeah.
Is there anything else you wanna talk about? What are you doing? We've been looking for you all day.
I'm paralyzed with fear.
I've been here since second period.
I really, really have to pee.
What are you afraid of? You're gonna be featured at sectionals.
- You should be happy.
- I can't handle the pressure.
I know I'm more talented than all of you.
Britney Spears taught me that.
It's just, I can't have whether we win or lose on my shoulders.
- But- But we all know you can do it.
- And I know that I can't.
Just like I know the cricket that reads to me at night is totally stealing my jewelry.
It's- It's really too bad I can't give you my magic comb.
What's a magic comb? - You've never heard of a magic comb? - Mm-mmm.
You comb your hair with it, and you can't lose.
I mean, I'd give you mine, but I need it.
Wait.
Since you're going to dance the lead at sectionals, you win, I win.
Please, can I have the magic comb? - Here.
- Artie, thank you so much.
You really are the best boyfriend ever.
We're gonna win this thing because of you.
I didn't steal that soda machine.
And if I did, I wasn't alone.
I'm gonna pretend I didn't hear that because if I did, I'd be down to 10 Glee Club members which, as you probably remember from the rule book is two less than we need to compete at sectionals.
I'm not big on reading rule books.
Well, I'm not big on reading.
Kurt's gone, and he's not comin' back.
We need a 12th member.
Now, I always go to Rachel and Finn in these situations but you might be the most well-known kid in this entire school.
There's a method to my madness.
I want you to use that madness to recruit a new member.
Glee needs you to be its ambassador.
More like its am-bad-ass-ador.
- But what's in it for me? - You love the Glee Club.
We get a new member and we win, you get to keep doing what you love.
You can count on me, Mr.
Schue.
Hey, Kurt, wait up.
I saw that Glee Club was hard for you today seeing your ideas shot down like that.
It's just a different energy in there.
Not better or worse, just something I'll have to get used to.
We recognize that and we have a tradition at this school of rewarding a student with a good attitude.
So, we would like to invite you to audition for a solo.
- For sectionals? - For sectionals.
Sing something good.
- All right, listen up.
You gonna light your farts on fire again? Because I'm a major fan.
I wanna talk to you guys about Bruce Springsteen.
- Is this goin' somewhere? - Don't push me, Karofsky.
You forced my boy Kurt out of here and juvie or no, you're already number one on my list to go Death Star on.
Anyways, so Bruce is destined to go blue-collar his whole life but instead, he goes and buys an old Strat from a pawn shop and just starts wailing on it starts putting all the pain and the promises and the dreams into that music and the next thing he knows, he's on the cover of Time and Newsweek in the same week.
- Those are magazines.
- Not to seem redundant, but is this going somewhere? Glee Club, dudes.
It's time to join up.
Sign up for Glee Club? Why don't you come to my church on Sunday and get my cousins to sign up for the Klan? - Glee Club is cool.
Glee Club is most definitely not cool.
Clearly we need to reinstate the 10:00 a.
m.
Slushee.
Mm-mmm.
I say we make an example of him.
I say you're right.
- Get him! Get him! - Not the face! Not the face! Where's Puck? I haven't seen him since yesterday, and I need him to get me a churro.
My guess is he'd rather quit Glee Club than lose sectionals, and I can't blame him.
Our set's gonna be real light on the Mercedes.
If The Warblers win sectionals, it's only because we gave them Kurt.
We should not clap.
If we lose, we should throw possums.
Rachel, what are you doing? I'm not doing anything.
You've silenced my talents.
I'm merely protesting.
My talents are wasted in this club.
My star shines too bright, and I think you're threatened by it.
Take that off! I'm tired of this, Rachel.
You have a terrible attitude, you're a lousy sport, and it is not okay anymore.
Well, I'm upset.
I'm furious about this.
- About a couple of things, actually.
- I'm sorry you're disappointed.
But you know, you could also make the choice to be happy that we're a part of a glee club bursting at the seams with talent.
There's an awful lot of "me" talk going around.
"What's in it for me?" "What solo am I gonna sing?" Now, when we go to sectionals, we're gonna be good sports.
We'll cheer on The Hipsters.
We'll cheer on Kurt and The Warblers.
And if they win, we will congratulate them because that's who we are.
- Dude, where have you been? - I found him in a Porta-Potty.
I was trying to find Kurt's replacement for sectionals.
I was trapped in that Porta-Potty for 24 hours.
Buddha, Allah, Satan, help me! - Are you an angel? - Screw you.
So I asked her if she wanted to join.
A carton of Cadbury Eggs- Good luck finding them.
They're not in season.
And I want seven minutes in heaven with you.
I have to say, she kinda rocked my world.
Okay, guys, um- Well, looks like we're back in business.
Let's all welcome our newest member, Miss Lauren Zizes.
Puck, nice work.
We owe you one.
Did I tell you he bought me dinner after? You okay? Why are you talking to me? Are you gonna steal something from me? Look, after six hours in that Porta-John, Ozzy himself would have turned to God.
I prayed.
I promised him that if he got me outta there, I'd start being nicer to people.
Then I realized there was no way I could do that, so I changed it to just Jews.
- It's Finn.
- Boyfriend troubles.
I got that covered.
Considering I'm usually the cause of them, I'd say I'm an expert.
Walk with me.
Have you been working out? Your arms seem bigger.
It's the steroids.
- We have a big problem.
- Is the problem your outfit? Because you look like a cheerleader zombie corpse.
I have no choice.
Mike Chang likes cheerleaders.
You of all people should know.
- He's having an affair with Brittany.
- What? You're crazy.
- You haven't noticed her ignoring you lately? - Not really.
It's Shark Week.
- They're inseparable.
- They're doing a number together at sectionals.
- They've been rehearsing.
- Really? Just rehearsing? Exhibit "A.
" I kissed him, and it tasted like Lip Smackers.
You know who wears Lip Smackers? Brittany.
She doesn't mind sharing.
I love borrowing her Lip Smackers.
It's like candy for your lips.
Don't be naive, Artie.
She's a cheerleader.
He's a football player.
You and I never had a chance at either of them.
Hey, Rachel.
I've been looking for you.
Don't bother spying on me to get a leg up because the only solos that I'm getting for sectionals are in my mind.
Actually, I was hoping you could help me.
I've been sitting in my car for an hour waiting for Karofsky to make a Mickey D's run.
I've been invited to audition for a solo.
Why should I help you? You're our competition now.
Because even though we hate each other we've had our moments, and I could use your expertise.
And no one knows how to kill a ballad quite like you.
You are as brilliant and talented as you are irritating.
Considering that this might be my only chance to sing for a little while I'll give you a couple tips.
So, what did you, uh, have in mind? I've settled on Celine Dion's classic, "My Heart Will Go On.
" - Oh, no.
No, no, no.
- No? Listen, you need something much more personal than that.
I mean, this is about you.
- Do you ever fantasize about your own funeral? - No.
I do.
Finn throwing himself into the grave out of grief and all of the heartfelt speeches and the regrets.
- That's insane.
- Clearly no one in the Glee Club appreciates me.
Is it so wrong for me to fantasize about them finally realizing how amazing I am, but it being too late? And there's only one song that expresses those feelings.
- I'm sure that it's in here somewhere.
- Oh.
# It won't be easy # # You'll think it strange # # When I try to explain how I feel # # That I still need your love # # After all that I've done # # You won't believe me # # All you will see # # Is the girl you once knew # # Although she's dressed up to the nines # # At sixes and sevens with you # # I had to let it happen # # I had to change # # Couldn't stay all my life down-at-heel # # Looking out of the window # # Staying out of the sun # # So I chose freedom # # Running around # # Trying everything new # # But nothing impressed me at all # # I never expected it to # # Don't cry for me, Argentina # # The truth is I never left you # # All through my wild days # # My mad existence # # I kept my promise # # Don't keep your distance # # Don't cry for me, Argentina # # The truth is I never left you # # All through my wild days # # My mad existence # # I kept my promise # # Don't keep your distance # # Have I said too much # # There's nothing more I can think of to say to you # # But all you have to do # # Is look at me to know # # That every word is true ## - So how many times have you guys auditioned? - Three.
Six.
- - Hey, guys.
Nick, Jeff, congrats.
You're moving on.
Oh, dude.
Thank you.
- Congratulations.
- Thank you.
Any sage advice? Don't try so hard next time.
I didn't realize that caring was frowned upon.
I don't know how it worked at your old school but did you notice that we all wear uniforms around here? It's about being part of the team.
I guess I'm just used to having to scream to get noticed.
You're not gonna make it as a Warbler if all you care about is getting noticed.
You're right.
I'm sorry.
I know it's gonna take some getting used to but you'll fit in soon enough, I promise.
- How's the number for sectionals coming? - Hi.
Um, yeah, it's good.
Wait.
Do you maybe wanna see a movie tonight? Uh, I can't.
I have rehearsal with Mike.
Well, how about a latte tomorrow morning? Artie, I can't, and I can't talk right now either.
I have to go rehearse.
I'm really, really sorry.
Hey.
Is something wrong? I'm beginning to think my new directions for the New Directions was a terrible idea.
- Oh, no.
- We're off to sectionals, and I've- I've never seen the kids so out of sync.
You look great though.
- Ready to go? - I can't.
Why? I didn't tell Carl I was going with you.
Ever since Rocky Horror he's had some issues with you.
You know, with us spending time together.
Actually, it was counseling Finn and Rachel that made me realize that sometimes the withholding of the truth can make someone feel as bad as lying.
So I told him the truth last night, and we had a big fight.
Then we made up, and then he told me that he loved me and then I told him that I love him back.
Well, we're gonna miss our good luck charm.
Mr.
Schuester, not that I really care but if we don't leave now, we're gonna miss the competition.
- Good luck.
- Yeah, thanks.
Then go down to 7-Eleven and get some.
I need Raisinets.
Carb loading? Puck got Lauren Zizes to take your place and she won't go on unless she gets her damn candy.
She's a warm body.
- Hey, did you, uh, get your solo? - Sadly, no.
Oh, wow, if you didn't get a solo, then they must be really good.
We are doomed.
Sorry, that was selfish.
What I meant to say was "Wow, that- That really sucks.
I'm sure you were really good.
" I was.
I mean, I think I was.
Being in The Warblers has really made me question everything I thought about myself.
Yeah.
What has become of us, Kurt? - So, do you miss us? - I do.
Being a Warbler is great, but I don't think they appreciate my individuality as much as you guys did and I can't help but think that I let you guys down.
It's your life, Kurt, and you weren't safe at McKinley anymore, and we all get it.
How come you were never this nice to me when I was your teammate? Because you were my only real competition.
- Don't tell.
- Yeah, true.
Aw.
So how's Finn? I feel bad.
I haven't spoken to him since the wedding.
I, uh, haven't really talked to him much either.
I found out that he and Santana were romantically involved - and he lied to me about it.
- Wait, you didn't know about that? Kurt, they're calling places.
- Hey.
- Thanks again, Rachel.
# Every generation # # Blames the one before # # And all of their frustrations # # Come beating on your door # # I know that I'm a prisoner to all my father held so dear # # I know that I'm a hostage to all his hopes and fears # # I just wish I could have told him # # In the living years # - # Say it, say it, say it loud # - # Say it loud # # Say it clear # - # Say it, say it, say it # - # You can listen # - # You can listen as well as you hear # - # As well as you hear # # Hey, you got to realize that it's too late # - # Say it loud # - # Come on, say it, say it # - # Say, say # - # Say it clear ## And now, for our second performance of the program from Dalton Academy in Westerville, The Warblers.
# Hey # # Hey # # Hey # - # Tonight # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # # Your lipstick stains # # On the front lobe of my left-side brains # # I knew I wouldn't forget you # # And so I went and let you blow my mind # # Let you blow my mind # - # Your sweet moonbeam # - # Sweet moonbeam # # The smell of you in every single dream I dream # # I knew when we collided # # You're the one I have decided # - # Who's one of my kind # - # One of my kind # # Hey, soul sister # # Ain't that Mr.
Mister on the radio, stereo # # The way you move ain't fair, you know # # Hey, soul sister # # I don't want to miss a single thing you do # - # Tonight # - # The way you can cut a rug # # Watching you is the only drug I need # # So gangsta, I'm so thug # # You're the only one I'm dreaming of # # You see I can be myself now finally # - # In fact, there's nothing I can't be # - # Nothing I can't be # # I want the world to see you'll be with me # # Hey, soul sister # # Ain't that Mr.
Mister on the radio, stereo # # The way you move ain't fair, you know # # Hey, soul sister # # I don't want to miss a single thing you do # - # Miss a thing # - # Tonight # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Tonight # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # - # Hey # # Tonight ## # Tonight ## These costumes are causing some unmentionable chafing.
- Are you okay? - No.
I'm totally freaking out.
Last time we performed in front of an audience, I went into labor.
I think I'm having post-traumatic stress disorder.
F.
Y.
I.
, I'm totally available to fill in.
Nowhere to run from me or your lies.
I hope they judge us on dancing and adultery, because you're aces at both of them.
I don't understand how you found out.
I am so stupid.
I can't believe I did it.
I've never felt more awful about anything in my life.
- What's Artie all worked up about? - You're such a jerk.
- You told Kurt? - I don't remember.
Maybe.
About Finn and Santana? No.
I think I told him.
- Who told you? - Me.
I think Brittany told me.
- Or maybe it was Puck.
- Yeah, it was me.
- Everybody knew about this but me? - Pretty much.
Nobody tells you anything because "A:" You're a blabbermouth and "B:" we all just pretend to like you.
That's not true.
I kind of like her.
Look, Rachel, when this all happened, you were dating another guy so you don't have a right to be pissed at me about it, okay? And fine, I shouldn't have lied about it but to be honest, that isn't what you care about.
- You care about the Santana of it all.
- Who are you right now? - Best greenroom ever.
- You know what? You guys are gonna have to find somebody else to mindlessly harmonize in the background because I'm not going onstage with him.
Make that two subs.
I'm not going out there with Brittany.
- Me either.
- Enough! Listen to yourselves! I am ashamed of you.
Think back to where you were this time last year- In this room, no set list, no choreography, no chance in hell of winning but you did win, because you did it together.
Look, I don't care if you guys hate each other.
All I want is for you guys to go out there and sing together.
Get up there and for six minutes, remind yourselves that you're not alone.
All right.
Showtime! Just tell me why you would cheat on me.
I don't know.
Why would I cheat on you? Is this a Mad Lib or something? You cheated on me with Mike.
You admitted it in the greenroom.
- When? - When I was accusing you of adultery.
- What does that have to do with me cheating? - "Adultery" means cheating.
I thought it meant being stupid.
Like being a dolt.
I didn't cheat on you.
I did something much worse.
I lost your magic comb.
I don't know what happened.
I had it in my pocket.
Then I went to motocross practice, and then, when I left, it was gone.
That's why I've been avoiding you.
I was so ashamed.
That magic comb was our only chance of winning the only thing keeping me from totally screwing it up.
- I didn't wanna let you down, Artie.
- That wasn't a magic comb.
I found it on the floor and ran into you on the way to tossing it in the trash.
- And you let me comb my hair with it? - You don't need a magic comb.
You're magic, Brittany.
The way you move.
I should have told you that in the first place, and I'm sorry.
When I'm out there dancing today it won't be for the team or for the crowd.
It will be for you.
- What are you doing? - I'm a wrestler.
This is how I get psyched up for competition.
Listen, you don't have to be nervous.
You saved my life.
I've got your back.
I'm not nervous.
You know why? - Why? - Because show choir is stupid.
And now, for our final performance of the program from McKinley High, the New Directionsl What? You look beautiful.
# Ooh # # Now, I've had the time of my life # # No, I've never felt like this before # # Yes, I swear it's the truth # # And I owe it all to you # # 'Cause I've had the time of my life # # And I owe it all to you # # I've been waiting for so long # # And now I finally found someone to stand by me # # We saw the writing on the wall # # As we felt this magical fantasy # # Now with passion in our eyes # # There's no way we could disguise it secretly # # So we take each other's hand # # 'Cause we seem to understand the urgency # - # Oh # - # Just remember # # You're the one thing # - # I can't get enough of # - # I can't get enough of # # So I'll tell you something # - # This could be love # - # This could be love # # Because I've had the time of my life # - # No, I never felt this way before # - # Never felt this way # # Yes, I swear it's the truth # # And I owe it all to you # - # Now, I # - # I # # Had the time of my life # # No, I never felt this way before # - # Never felt this way # - # Yes, I swear it's the truth # # And I owe it all to you # - # I've had the time of my life # - # Of my life # # No, I never felt this way before # - # Never felt this way # - # Yes, I swear # - # Yes, I swear # - # It's the truth # - # It's the truth # - # And I owe it all to you # # Oh, oh, oh, oh ## # Well, sometimes I go out by myself # # And I look across the water # # And I think of all the things What you're doin' # # And in my head I paint a picture # # 'Cause since I've come on home Well, my body's been a mess # # And I miss your ginger hair and the way you like to dress # # Oh, won't you come on over # # Stop makin' a fool out of me # # Why don't you come on over, Valerie # # Valerie # # Why don't you come on over # # Valerie # # Valerie # # Why don't you come on over # # Well, sometimes I go out by myself # # And I look across the water # # And I think of all the things What you're doin' # # And in my head I paint a picture # # 'Cause since I've come on home Well, my body's been a mess # # And I miss your ginger hair and the way you like to dress # # Won't you come on over # # Stop makin' a fool out of me # # Oh, why don't you come on over, Valerie # # Valerie # # Why don't you come on over # # Valerie, Valerie # # Why don't you come on over # # Valerie # # Why don't you come on over, Valerie ## And now, this year's head judge Associate Director of the Ohio Department of Motor Vehicles, Mr.
Pete Sosnowski.
Thank you.
And thank you to all the groups who performed here today.
We all had a serious good time.
You know what else is a serious good time? Taking two minutes to save a life by filling out an organ donor card because it's never too late to donate.
Drumroll, please.
In third place The Hipsters.
Thank you.
Drive carefully.
And now, the winner of this year's West-Central Sectionals is- It's a tie.
Congratulations! You're all going to the regionals! - Congratulations.
- Hey, nice work.
See you at regionals.
We get to go on.
Yeah.
Hey.
Hi.
You okay? - Is that your trophy? - Yeah, this is it.
- Wow.
- We won.
- I know.
I heard.
It's exciting.
Congratulations.
- Thanks.
- I wanted to call you, but I, uh- - Emma, it's cool.
- Guess you didn't need your good luck charm after all.
- You were missed.
I need to tell you about my weekend.
I think I'd rather not hear all the details.
- Carl took me to Vegas.
- Why are you telling me? Is- Is that an engagement ring? It's a wedding ring actually.
I- I-I'm happy for you.
- Will, I- - Let's just leave it at that.
- - When we first started Glee Club, I told Mr.
Schuester that being a part of something special makes you special and I just- I think I lost that somewhere along the way.
But winning that way at sectionals- It really reminded me of it.
Are we a part of something special, you and me? Yes.
I love you.
No more lying.
Ever.
There's, um, something that I- I need to tell you.
Last week, when we- when we were fighting I was so mad at you and I was- I was so hurt that I wanted to make you feel as bad as I felt.
Is something wrong? Did I bite you again? I did this to Finn once before.
I can't do it again.
I'm sorry.
I have to go.
I'm so sorry, a-and it will never, ever happen again.
I knew you were a lot of things, Rachel.
I loved you because and in spite of all of them, but - I never thought you were mean.
- I'm saying that I'm sorry.
And doesn't what you did with Santana kinda cancel this out? We weren't together.
I didn't cheat on you.
- How could you do this to me? - It was a mistake.
Maybe we should go to another counseling session with Miss Pillsbury.
Can't have couple's counseling if you're not a couple.
- You're breaking up with me? - What you did was really bad, Rachel.
You knew how sensitive I'd be about this after what happened with Quinn.
You said you'd never break up with me.
I never thought you'd make me feel like this.
- Got your text.
What's wrong? It's Pavarotti.
I think he's sick.
I'm taking good care of him, but h-he won't sing and he's losing his feathers.
Oh, he's just molting.
He's growing a new coat of feathers, so his body has to shut down a little.
- But don't worry about it.
He's got food, water.
He seems to like his cage.
Just give it a little while.
He'll be singing again in no time.
Don't forget.
Warbler practice tonight at 5:00.
Regionals, here we come.
You changed your look.
Yeah, this is more me.
Sorry I doubted you, Mike.
- Asian kiss? - Asian kiss.
Congratulations, guys.
- It wasn't pretty, but we're moving on.
And I, for one, am gonna be happy to have regionals and nationals to focus on.
Mr.
Schue, we heard the news about Miss Pillsbury marrying the finest dentist alive.
It's all right.
We don't need to talk about it.
Now I know we've had our, um- our dramas this week but our family's back in a happy place and I think we should celebrate the best way we know how.
Rachel, so how would you like to solo? Thanks, but, um, I don't really feel like a solo right now.
I-I'd like to defer to this week's two unsung heroes Mercedes and Tina.
Well, don't have to ask me twice.
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