Glee s02e19 Episode Script


Here's what you missed.
Kurt Hummel's back! Kurt's back at McKinley, but he's still dating Blaine.
Sam used to date Quinn, but she's back with Finn, who used to date Rachel who's still sort of in love with him Finn, that is.
Santana's in love with Brittany, but she's too scared to say it out loud.
You told me you were in love with me.
I don't know what I was thinking.
And Britt's back with Artie anyways.
- Kids these days.
- I have a question.
Sue's bent on destroying the Glee Club before nationals.
Destroy the Glee Club! She even formed an evil league with nicknames.
- The League of Doom.
- I don't think I was listening when you said our name.
Is it League or Legion? Worst henchmen ever.
And that's what you missed on Glee.
# Fondue for Two, Fondue for Two # # That's some hot dish Fondue for Two # Hi, I'm Brittany S.
Pierce and this is my new Internet talk show Fondue for Two which combines the two things I like the most hot cheese and talking to people.
My first two guests are the school's biggest gossips Mercedes Jones and Ms.
Tina Cohen-Chang.
Shouldn't it be Fondue for Three? Oh, my God, that is hot! Okay, so let's get down to some hot dish.
Um, I heard a rumor that Mr.
Kidney the janitor walks around school drinking vodka out of a teapot.
Is this really what they were doing in the '70s? Hot mess Mr.
Kidney aside, I want to talk about the rumor about Asian men.
Not true.
It's not even good.
It tastes the way a baby's diaper smells.
I heard a rumor that Santana plays for the other team and I can confirm that rumor- it's 100% true.
What? - Brittany, are you serious? - Yes.
It's Lord Tubbington.
Hi! This is Lord Tubbington.
Say hello to the camera.
You want some cheese? - That's disgusting.
- That's my baby.
So, you're just gonna let him do that? Lord Tubbington's allowed to eat cheese because he's on Atkins.
Okay, well, that's all we have time for today.
Tune in next week for Fondue for Two.
We will be dipping raw meat into boiling chocolate.
# Fondue for Two # - Hey.
- Why are you talking to me? - Can't I say hello? - I guess.
I just- Santana told me never to speak alone with you because you would try to steal all of my gold.
Okay, um, anyway I got you this.
I know everyone's always making fun of your lips but I think they're cute and worth weatherproofing.
So, considering that we're both single and I think your lips are cute I was wondering if you would go to prom with me.
- As in your date? - Yeah.
- No.
- "No.
" N - "No"- "No" as in- - As in no prom.
- Oh.
- I don't think I'm going.
Are you worried that Finn will be jealous? Look, you're just not my type.
Okay, Rachel? So thanks for the lip chap.
I feel like my life finally has purpose.
It's so nice to be a part of a cause that's bigger than myself.
Honey Badger, I am so thrilled.
- Can I ask why you're dressed like David Bowie? - I'm incognito.
We're going deep behind enemy lines.
People are starting to sense my weakness.
They think I've totally lost my grip.
- Can I help you? - Oh.
Oh, yes.
Can I have a hot tea, please? I'd just like a large cup of mocha powder.
David Bowie's incredibly eccentric.
Um, we don't take Euros.
So, Honey Badger, last week, I had a revelation.
Now, as you may or may not know, the Middle East is in chaos.
- You know what started it all? - No.
A little Web site called Wikileaks.
You ever hear of them? Well, they let loose with a couple of rumors.
So I told Figgins I wanted to resuscitate The Muckraker.
But the school newspaper was discontinued two years ago, due to lack of interest.
The newspaper is making a comeback at this school and like print newspapers everywhere, we're leaner and meaner no longer concerned with facts, fact-checking, integrity or facts.
The Muckraker motto? "If I heard it, it's probably true or something.
" Sorry, but did you just change disguises? I'm pretty sure that barista's onto me.
- Now I'm Ann Coulter.
- Oh.
As you may have noticed, I'm coming slightly unhinged.
Ohio loves you, Ann Coulter! That's better.
Can I make an observation? You're always trying to destroy Will from inside the Glee Club.
But I would like to try getting him out of the Glee Club.
Now, I was trolling the Internet last night and I had an idea.
I'll drink to that.
Excuse me.
Do you know where a gal can find a pipin' hot cup of Will Schuester? Oh, my God! April! What are you doing here? - I thought you were on Broadway! - I was! My all-white production of The Wiz was a "dee-zaster.
" - April, I'm so sorry.
- Don't be! Being publicly humiliated by The New York Times gets me to thinkin'.
Why am I weighing myself down with the "Broadway classics"? I should just tell my own story.
So I wrote the libretto to CrossRhodes: The April Rhodes Story.
- You're writing a musical? - Yep.
That's why I'm here.
- So, Will, you remember how I bought you your auditorium? - Oh, yeah.
Well, I'm gonna need to borrow it 'cause I'm running a little low on funds.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Get your Muckraker here.
- Extra! Extra! Get your Muckraker here! - Hey.
I think we should talk about nationals.
We need to do a duet.
I don't think that's a good idea.
Why are you so concerned with Quinn's feelings when she obviously has no interest in yours? - What are you talking about? - Haven't you read The Muckraker? It's our school's newspaper.
Look at the "Blind Items" column.
"What prom queen candidate is spending a lot of time in her closet?" That's garbage.
Quinn's claustrophobic.
No, that's Santana.
Read the next one.
What the hell is this, dude? "What blondie former cheerleader is having a secret Moonlight Motel rendezvous - with another big-lipped blondie?" - Where does it say that? Right on the front page of the school newspaper! You don't seriously believe this, do you? Well, why shouldn't I? Why wouldn't he do the same thing I did to him? - Because it's gossip, Finn.
- This is your fault! You told everyone that I played for " another team" on your ridiculous melted cheese show.
Are you mad? You do play for another team.
You were on the Cheerios, and now you're only in the New Directions.
- And you couldn't have thought of any other way to say that? - I'm gonna punch your face off! - You got a lot of nerve accusing me of cheating.
- Stop it.
Stop it! - You're the one who snuck in and stole my girl! - Hey! - Finn, where are you going? We got rehearsal! - Not today! Dinner is served.
I thought you volunteered to make dinner.
Well, Mama drinks her dinner these days.
- Honk! - Ah.
Can I be blunt with you, April? I think any show about April Rhodes should be about your emotional journey.
Hadn't really thought of that.
I forget what a good teacher you are, Will.
Lately I don't feel like it.
I mean, there's just so much drama in the Glee Club right now- more than usual.
A lot of whispering and backstabbing and love triangles and questions of sexuality - Sounds like your club's got a touch of the Mac.
- The what? Fleetwood Mac? They fought all the time! There was affairs and divorces and whispers and gossip.
All the stuff that made good bands break up.
But they put all that drama to good use and wrote great music.
You know, I think I might have Rumours on L.
Oh, everybody does.
I mean, I don't.
I sold mine for drugs.
Kidding! Nope.
I actually did that.
Here we go.
You know, I've wanted to do a whole lesson devoted to a single album for a long time.
You know, this is a really good idea, April.
And I'm here to help.
# Now here you go again # # You say you want your freedom # # Well, who am I to keep you down? # # It's only right # # That you should play the way you feel it # # And listen carefully # # To the sound # # Of your loneliness # - # Like a heartbeat # - # Heart # - # Drives you mad # - # Beat # - # In the stillness of remembering # - # Stillness # - # What you had # - # Lonely # - # And what you lost # - # Ooh-ooh # - # And what you had # - # Ooh-ooh # # Oh, and what you lost # # Ooh-ooh-ooh # # Thunder only happens when it's raining # # Players only love you when they're playing # # I say, women, they will come # # And they will go # # When the rain washes you clean # # You'll know # # You will know # # You will know # # Hey-ey-ey # # You'll know ## # You'll know ## Yeah! Oww! Brava! Rumours.
A classic record by Fleetwood Mac.
One of the greatest albums of all time written as the band was breaking apart to keep it together.
Now, this week we are done with the backstabbing and the gossip and we're channeling all that energy into working together.
So, pick a song from the album put your own spin on it.
Simple as that.
- What's going on with you and Santana? - Nothing.
Well, that doesn't sound like nothing.
It sounds like something, which is almost always more than nothing.
- Calm down, Artie.
- Are you cheating on me with her? No, of course not.
I mean, I can't.
She's a girl.
Fooling around with her isn't cheating.
It's just friends talking with their tongues super close.
- Who told you that? - Santana.
- Don't you see that she's manipulating you? - That's not cheating either.
- She told me that.
- Do you see what's going on here? You're the hottest girl in this school and I wear saddle shoes on legs that don't work.
This shouldn't be happening.
Not because I'm in a wheelchair but because I'm obsessed with Angry Birds and my mom cuts my hair.
I like your haircut.
It's hard enough for me to believe that this is real.
If I know that you spend even a little time sharing yourself with someone else that there's one other person in your life that can provide for you things that I'm supposed to provide it's just too much for me to take.
And Santana knows that.
She's taking advantage of it to break us up.
Everybody thinks she's a bad person, but she's not.
God, Brittany, why are you so stupid? You were the only person at this school that never called me that.
# She broke down and let me in # # Made me see where I've been # # Been down one time # # Been down two times # # I'm never going back again # # Mmm # # Mmm-mmm-mmm # # You don't know what it means to win # # Come down and see me again # # Been down one time # # Been down two times # # Mmm-mm-mmm # # Never going back again # # Mmm, mmm-mmm ## Stakeout.
So exciting.
- It's like an episode of Hart to Hart.
- No, this is not fun or cool.
Then why did you agree to do it? Because Quinn cheated on me with Puck and then she cheated on Sam with me.
I just want to be sure.
I never understood why you got back with her.
I mean, if you can't even trust her.
I don't know.
I do.
Because you forgive your first love anything.
Do you believe in that thing called karma? Uh, yeah.
Can you explain it to me? Uh, well, it's the law of physics whereby, for example, if you do something to hurt someone well, then the laws of the universe will work against you until you get hurt.
While we're here, have you given any thought to my duet ideas? I can't believe Kurt would do that to Blaine.
What do we know about Sam anyway? I mean, what town is he from? What state? What's his old school like? Maybe he's a serial killer.
You guys, I'm telling you, Kurt wouldn't cheat on Blaine.
It's like the Rumours album.
Being apart or on the road is hard for two artists.
Performers have this "love the one you're with" mentality.
I mean, look at all of us.
Look at all the different combinations that we've had.
- Finnchel, Puckleberry.
- Tina Cohen Chang-Chang.
- Artittany.
- Pizes.
Guys, we're sitting here squabbling over what? A rumor.
Finn's right.
We need more information.
I don't wanna get into it, but all I'm gonna say- Sam's not gay.
God, I'm so sad.
Like a sad little panda.
Well, that's why I brought you here- to cheer you up.
I've been going through that Rumours album and I found the best song that really goes one step past "Landslide" in expressing my feelings for you.
My private feelings.
What about him? He's just furniture.
No offense.
Hit it.
# For you # # There'll be no more crying # # For you # # The sun will be shining # # And I feel that when I'm with you # # It's all right # # I know it's right # # And the songbirds # # Are singing # # Like they know the score # # And I love you, I love you, I love you # # Like never before # # And I wish you all the love # # In the world # # But most of all # # I wish it from myself # # And the songbirds # # Keep singing # # Like they know the score # # And I love you, I love you, I love you # # Like never before # # Like never before ## Beautiful.
Okay, so why couldn't you sing that to me in front of everyone now that Artie and I aren't together? No, not- not yet.
I'm not ready for that type of public announcement.
Ever since that Muckraker thing, people have already started treating me differently.
I got asked to join the golf team.
Well, what if I went first? Come on Fondue for Two.
I'll ask you out to prom and I'll tell you how I feel and all you have to do is say yes.
- Okay.
- Yeah.
- Stop it.
- Stop what? I am begging you.
Sam is cute, but he's not worth losing Blaine over.
- Oh, how I've missed your insanity.
- He's wearing your jacket, Kurt.
I remember that jacket.
You wore it April of last year.
You said it was your Earth Day jacket because it was made out of recycled hemp.
I know how these things work.
I remember when Finn and I used to date.
Sometimes he would leave his letterman jacket at my house and I'd wear it the next day.
Okay, you need to bone up on your Fleetwood Mac-ology.
When they made Rumours, they weren't speaking to each other.
Not even "Pass the nondairy creamer.
" They only spoke about the music.
And it was that focus that allowed them to make their masterpiece.
- You're deflecting.
- No, I'm being a team player.
And any minute spent on this vicious, hurtful and hateful gossip is a minute taken away from preparing for nationals.
Why would she say that thing about Sam not being gay? She was so sure about it.
Well, they did date.
Yeah, but the way she said it- there was something else going on.
The problem with dating Quinn besides the mood swings is that she's so protective about her feelings.
You never quite know where you stand with her.
- Girls like that do that to keep their power.
- You never did that.
I always knew what you were thinking.
# Watch the sun rise # # And if you don't love me now # # You will never love me again # # I can still hear you sayin'# - # You would never break the chain # - # Never break the chain ## Mr.
Schue, thank you for being my first interview for The Muckraker.
To be honest, I had no idea you were the journalist type.
Yeah, I have a talk show on the Internet.
The comments say that my questions are too gossipy.
So I joined the school newspaper to learn how to ask the more hard-hitting questions.
- That's fantastic, Brittany.
- So, question one: boxers or briefs? Uh boxers.
Okay, question two: panty hose or lace panties? I just said boxers.
That wasn't one of the choices, so I'll just write that you refused to answer the question.
Brittany, these questions are sort of gossipy.
Okay, what age did you start waxing your back? Brittany, I don't think these questions are very appropriate.
Well, hard-hitting journalism is about asking the questions that people really want to know.
Um, we need to address some rumors.
How many students have you had affairs with? Wait- There's a rumor about that? - There probably will be since you didn't answer the question.
- None! Is that the truth, or are you lying? Like when you didn't give me a straight answer about the lacy panties.
Brittany, I'm sorry, but I need to work on some songs.
- Are they songs for April Rhodes's one-woman show? - Yes.
- Is it because you're leaving the New Directions? - What? Because there's a rumor that you'd rather be on Broadway than coaching the Glee Club.
- Who gave you these questions? - Coach Sylvester said I'm not at liberty to say.
She told me this before she finished writing these questions.
I thought so.
All right, Muckrakers, the rumor mill is up and running.
On to lesson two.
Making stuff up.
Jacob, I want you to squeeze this toothpaste into your hand.
- Now put it back in.
- Um, I can't.
Oh, no, I didn't! Oh! Fantastic, Azimio.
Now, my point, ladies and gentlemen is that once a story is out, it's out forever.
You can't put it back in.
All right, Muckrakers, we have a deadline.
All right, get out of my classroom.
Get out of here! Britt.
Sue, what are you doing? Why are you spreading rumors that I'm leaving McKinley? Well, William, I'm sure you don't dispute that legendary bratwurst gobbler April Rhodes is in town and you're helping her get back to Broadway.
- Am I right? - Of course.
But it doesn't mean I'm leaving the school.
Let me ask you something, Will.
Why? You know what they say.
"Those who can't, teach.
" Turns out, maybe you actually can.
Think about that next time you prop your butt chin up on one of those tiny little face toilets.
Look at it this way, Will.
You'd finally be rid of me.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Get your Muckraker here! - And vote for Quinn.
- Bite me, Fabray.
- What? - Oh, my God.
Look at that! Finn.
Why are you storming? I'm the one who should be storming.
Really? Because the way I see it, I'm the stormer and you should be the stormee.
According to today's paper, "Finn and Rachel were seen sitting closely laughing, talking intimately.
" We were on a stakeout.
What were you doing with him in that motel? I'm not cheating on you.
This time around, I haven't and I won't.
- You have to learn to trust me.
- I can't trust you if you won't tell me the truth.
- Well, what were you and Rachel doing together, huh? - Staking out.
- That's what you do on a stakeout.
- What were you talking about? Glee Club, okay? She wants to do a duet with me.
That's all.
- Trust me.
- Then I guess we both have to learn to trust each other.
- I guess so.
- And I guess I know what song we'll be singing this week.
# I don't want to know the reasons why love keeps # # Right on walking on down the line # # I don't want to stand 'tween you and love, honey # # I just want you to feel fine # # I don't want to know the reasons why love keeps # # Right on walking on down the line # # I don't want to know the reasons why love keeps # # Right on walking on down the line # # I don't want to stand 'tween you and love, honey # # I just want you to feel fine # # Finally, baby # # The truth has been told # # Now you tell me that I'm crazy # # That's nothing that I didn't know # # Trying to survive # # Oh, you say you love me, but you don't know # # You got me rockin' and a-reelin' # # Hey, you know what you do # # Oh, oh, yeah # # Uh-huh # # Ohh # # I don't want to know ## Okay.
Terrific job, guys.
Might want to try to smile a little bit more next time though.
Yeah, it was lovely, but I prefer Quinn's duet performance of "Lucky" with Sam better.
Since you and Sam have become closer lately, maybe you should do duets together more often.
Where is Sam? Quinn and Kurt are both here today, so we know he's not doing the dirty.
I know what you're doing.
You want Finn and I to stop singing together so that you can sing with him again.
Frankly, yes.
Finn and I have amazing proven harmonies.
And when it comes to nationals, I think it makes more sense for him to be paired with me.
Well, it's not happening.
Not as long as Finn wants to be with me.
I thought you said this relationship was about trust.
Oh, I trust you.
I just don't trust her.
Quinn, I don't think you can mandate who pairs up for nationals.
All right? Vocal Adrenaline doesn't need any help from us.
I love being here, and I want to win but my relationship comes first.
I'm sorry, but Finn, if you want to be with me, no more songs with her.
What? # We took a cab back to my bachelor pad # # I had a feeling I would see this thing through # # My doorman Stan, he took you by the hand # # As he said, "Right this way, you two" # # But you said # # Stanley Glover, you were once my lover # It's April! # Yeah # # I guess I slept with you # # Because my name is April Rhodes # # I've kissed princes and toads # # And it's a good bet # # I've slept with # # You # # Ooh ## Will! Oh, that song is fantastic! It was amazing progress.
I mean, it was emotional, it was funny, it was - It's you.
- Oh, do this with me, Will.
Help me take this show to Broadway.
I-I'm flattered, but I have to take the kids to nationals.
A show choir championship? - Yes.
- Will, that's their dream.
Yes, at one point it was yours and mine, but look where that got us.
We're standing on the exact same stage wishing that we could have done something bigger.
# Fondue for Two, Fondue for Two # # That's some hot dish Fondue for Two # Hi.
I'm Brittany.
Welcome to Fondue for Two.
My guest today was supposed to be Santana but she texted about an hour ago and it just said, "I can't.
" So, show must go on.
Um, I will be interviewing Lord Tubbington.
Question one: Do you think The Aristocats is an accurate portrayal of the feline relationship? You know, just because we're doing this interview doesn't mean I'm still not mad at you.
'Cause I know you started smoking again.
- Emma, did you wash those grapes at home? - I just rinsed them.
Yeah, I put the whole bunch in a colander, and I just let the cold water run right over them.
For a half hour or so.
Still, Emma, that's amazing.
I've been, um, taking my medication for a couple of weeks.
I'm so proud of you, Emma.
You inspired me, Will, to make a change to take charge of my own destiny.
- And now I want the same thing for you.
- Um, I don't understand.
I snuck in and saw you and April singing the other day.
You're good, Will.
Really, you have a gift.
And if April is offering you the opportunity to use that gift on the big stage, you have to say yes.
I can't see April's show lighting the town on fire.
But it's a chance on a real Broadway stage.
And who knows who's gonna come and see it, what great notices you might get.
You deserve to at least try this, Will.
I I can't do that to the kids.
Not now.
We We've all worked so hard, and we're so close.
I can't Ah.
Why are you crying? The kids.
You all saved my life.
Got me out of a terrible marriage.
You helped me find my passion again.
I just don't want to lose you.
But, Emma I want to go so badly.
All right, guys.
All right, guys.
- Who is up first today? - Mr.
Schuester? If it's all right with you, I'd like to do my own reinterpretation of my favorite Fleetwood Mac song.
- Great, Rachel.
Which one? - "Go Your Own Way.
" It's the song about the painful breakup between Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.
Traditionally, it's sung by a man but today Rachel Berry's gonna put her own feminine twist on it.
Hit it.
# Loving you # # Isn't the right thing to do # # How can I # # Ever change things that I feel? # # If I could # # Maybe I'd give you my world # # How can I # # When you won't take it from me? # # You can go your own way # # Go your own way # # You can call it another lonely day # # Another lonely day # # You can go your own way # # Go your own way # # Tell me why # # Everything turned around # # Packing up # # Shacking up's all you wanna do # # If I could # # Baby, I'd give you my world # # Open up # # Everything's waiting for you # # Oh # # You can go your own way # # Go your own way # # You can call it another lonely day # # Another lonely day # # Oh, oh-oh, oh-oh # - # You can go your own way # - # You can go # # You can go your own way ## - Yeah! I like it! I like it! - That was brilliant.
- Brilliant! - Not bad.
Don't you think it's maybe a little inappropriate that you chose to sing a love song to my guy? You're such a hypocrite! You Little Miss Perfect Prom Queen! You're a cheater who cheats in cheap motels with Sam.
- Nothing is going on between Sam and I.
- Enough, guys.
You know, I blame Sam for all of this.
- And Rachel too.
I blame her.
- What did I do? - I'm sure you did something.
- See, I'm with Santana.
- Why doesn't Sam have anything to say about this? - Guilt.
Seriously, dude, what you're doing is not cool.
They both have boyfriends.
Shut up! I'm not messing around with Quinn or Kurt or any one of those guys.
- They're just helping me.
- Oh, is that what we're calling it now? Hold on.
How were they helping you out? Kurt was bringing me clothes, and Quinn was helping me babysit my brother and sister.
- Why were you in that motel? - Because that's where I live now.
My dad lost his job a few months ago.
Then we lost our house.
So now we live in that motel in one room.
Are you all happy? The truth's finally out.
Thanks for the invite, ladies.
You know what I call an afternoon where I'm getting drunk? An afternoon.
Is there protein powder in this margarita? And a wee bit of placenta.
Well, I'd like to propose a toast to Terri Schuester who still cares about her ex-husband enough to call me up and encourage me to ask him for his help.
- Mmm.
- Oh, put a hmm-hmm in my behind.
But I don't think Will will be joining me on the tour.
- What? Why? - He can't leave those kids.
- He wouldn't know how to break it to 'em.
- Blowsy Loads, leave that to me.
Tomorrow's Muckraker will include the ultimate "Blind Item" rumor that Will Schuester is leaving McKinley to join you on Broadway.
- That's not true.
- It will be.
That's the whole point of yellow journalism- turning rumor into fact.
And the hard part of breaking the news to the kids will be over.
He'll be free to follow his heart and the stench of your alcohol sweat to New York City and out of my life forever.
I don't know.
Seems awfully shady.
And I once became an Avon lady just so I could rob demented seniors.
Let's look at this way.
We all agree Will Schuester has no business teaching in a high school.
You believe he's too talented, and I just hate him.
And I just want our old apartment back.
- I'm living in an efficiency with a raccoon in the wall.
- More placenta, anyone? Um, I'm trying to get my sister to sleep.
Dude, please, please.
Just let us in.
- Hi.
I'm Stacey.
- Hi, Stacey.
- I-I'm Rachel.
This is Finn.
- Hi.
Well, she's up now.
It beats a cardboard box underneath an underpass, right? We keep the rest of our stuff in my dad's car.
- This is everything you own? - We sold everything else.
- Can we watch TV? - Yeah, sure.
Keep it low though.
Jensen next door is on the night shift again.
You want a snack? - All right.
- You too.
Get over there.
I- I don't understand.
What happened? We moved up here from Tennessee, you know 'cause my dad got a great job offer.
And the economy went to hell and it's last ones in, first ones out.
We spent all our savings on the move and down payment on the house.
When the bank takes your house, they literally take it.
They come by one morning and kick you out of your own house.
They just lock you out.
Why didn't you tell us what was going on? You see how information flies around that school, right? You think everyone would've just treated me the same after they found out? I'd be even more of a freak.
Kurt only found out because I got a job delivering pizzas at night and happened to bring one to Dalton.
Uh, he told us.
Look, I brought these for you.
I know Kurt was trying to help you out bringing some of his old clothes but I don't really think that sequined riding pants are for you.
So, uh, it's some of my old stuff.
So, um what about Quinn? We go to the same church.
Couldn't really hide it from her.
I kind of like having her around to do some girl stuff with Stacey.
Mom and Dad are out all day pounding the pavement looking for work, but nothing.
I'm not sure if I'm gonna be able to keep on the Glee Club.
- What? N-No, you can't do that.
- Yeah, we've come so far.
I-I know that it's a rough time right now, but you can't quit.
You guys don't understand.
Yes, we do.
Quinn told us you hocked your guitar.
Did you guys buy this back for me? The whole Glee Club did.
Look, Sam, we'll do whatever we can to help anything to keep you in the Glee Club until you get back on your feet.
First time I've cried.
Don't cry, Sammy.
We need you, Sam.
Okay? And you need the music.
Any comment on the vicious rumor left on the Muckraker Web site about you and Karofsky doing it in the backseat of a parked car in the Holier Than Thou Cemetery? No comment.
Any comment on the fact when I looked up the I.
address of the person who posted the rumor I found out it was you? My computer was stolen.
Look, all I can say is that Dave and I are going strong and we're very excited about our prom king and queen campaign.
- Vote Santofsky.
- So you two are in love? Soul mates, so to speak? Yeah.
I'd say that was accurate.
That looks like a mug shot.
- All right, clase.
- Mr.
Schue, is this true? Yeah, The Muckraker says you're bailing on us to do April Rhodes's big show.
Guys, if there's anything we've learned from this week's assignment it's that you can't believe every rumor you hear.
But isn't it your dream to sing on Broadway? I have a lot of dreams, my top one being taking you guys to nationals.
- So you're gonna stay? - Look, we are going to nationals together - and we are going to win.
- Hey, everybody.
Wanted to get these guys out of the motel for a while.
I hope it's okay if I brought them.
Of course.
Yeah, come on in.
I was also hoping that maybe they could help out with a number today.
I have the perfect song I want to sing to them.
Don't worry.
It's good for the assignment.
The more the merrier.
# Don't stop # # Stop, stop, stop, stop # # Don't stop # # Stop, stop, stop, stop # # If you wake up and don't want to smile # # If it takes just a little while # # Open your eyes # # And look at the day # # You'll see things in a different way # # Don't stop # # Thinking about tomorrow # # Don't stop # - # It'll soon be here # - # It'll soon be here # # It'll be # # Better than before # # Yesterday's gone # # Yesterday's gone # # All I want is to see you smile # # If it takes just a little while # # I know you don't believe that it's true # # I never meant any harm to you # - # Ohh # - # Don't stop thinking about tomorrow # # Don't stop # # It'll soon be here # # It'll be # # Better than before # # Yesterday's gone # # Yesterday's gone # # Ooh, ooh, ooh # # Don't you look back # # Don't you look back # - # Ooh, ooh, ooh # - # Don't you look, don't you look, no # # Don't you look back # # Yeah, yeah, yeah # # Don't you look back Don't you look back # # Don't you look back # # Don't you look back # # Ooh, ooh, ooh # - # Don't you look back # - # Don't, don't # # Don't you look back # # Don't stop # # Thinking about tomorrow ## - Whoo! - Whoo! That was good! English - US - SDH
Previous EpisodeNext Episode