Glee s06e01 Episode Script

6ARC01 - Loser Like Me

Oh, look.
Rachel Berry was great on Broadway and maybe she can work on TV, but the show and her performance is the kind of thing that ends careers, not starts them.
I said I only wanted to hear the good ones.
Well, that was a good one.
It says maybe you can work in TV.
Rachel, it's Lee.
Oh! Lee.
Oh, I'm sorry.
Uh, I've met you before.
Nancy.
Yeah.
Yes.
You know, um I'm a publicist, Oh and, uh, give me a buzz, okay? - Okay.
Well, thank you for this.
- Rachel.
Congratulations on that baby.
Oh, yeah.
Rachel, I have some bad news.
I have been fired.
Apparently, I was right that people want to see live TV shows just not this one.
I think we are the first show in history to get a zero share.
Well, do you think that if we can get more people to watch the second episode If we were to do another episode, there would be protestors from UNICEF, the ADL, the NAACP, PETA I mean, my BlackBerry is buzzing with angry e-mails from NAMBLA.
I think that you actually found a way to offend every special interest group in this country.
And I don't want to point fingers, but I have to.
At you, because you're the face of it.
Okay? I don't know what I'm going to do.
I've got two families to feed.
Actually, I do know what I'm going to do.
I'm just going to end up running another network.
Mr.
Paulblatt, I'm I'm so sorry.
I just I can't imagine how you feel.
Oh, well, you should, be because you're also fired.
That's So Rachel has been canceled.
I mean I'm not the only one going down with this ship.
No.
I mean, unlike me, I would highly doubt that you ever work in television again.
That's so rude.
I shouldn't have said that.
Not "highly doubt.
" I'd be surprised.
Not "surprised.
" Floored.
Wh I'm What-what-what am I supposed to do? Do what everyone who just failed miserably does: Blame everyone else.
And then go home.
I don't even know where that is anymore.
Like anyone would be I am flattered by your Fascination with me Like any hot-blooded woman I have simply Wanted an object to crave But you You're not allowed You're uninvited An unfortunate slight Like any uncharted Territory I must seem greatly intriguing And you You speak of my love like You have experienced Love like mine before But this Is not allowed You're uninvited An unfortunate Slight Oh Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh oh I don't think you unworthy I need a moment To deliberate.
Baby Oh Oh, thank God.
What's going on? Where's Dad? Sweetie Dad and I are getting divorced.
What? N no.
No, this isn't happening.
Oh, my God, I feel like I died and now I'm in hell.
It's been bad for a long time.
We agreed to wait to tell you until you came out of seclusion.
You had enough on your plate.
I'll tell you more over dinner.
I, um I don't know how long I'm going to be staying.
Is that all right? You can stay with me as long as you want.
But we put the house on the market a couple weeks ago.
They say you have to lose everything before you can really find yourself.
One soy latte, please.
Oh, my God, it's William McKinley's own Rachel Berry! Oh, no, my God, no, please.
No.
Shh.
You can't hide from me.
I work here now, since Sue cut my janitor's wages.
Oh, this soy latte's on me.
May I please have my card back? No matter how bad things have been for me, but your humiliation makes me see that things can always get worse.
That's terrible.
Gratitude.
Great.
Well.
Might as well just take all this off now.
What was that? You know, it's just the story of my life.
All I've ever wanted is to come home and have everyone know my name, and now they do, but only because I was involved in the worst television show in history.
No one has heard from you in months.
Well, that's because I went into hiding.
Yeah.
But you know, I'm good now.
I'm good, and I'm getting my life back together and and everything is good.
Well, I'm gonna help you figure this out.
Thanks.
I just I don't understand.
Why are you back? Are you visiting family? Where's Kurt? Uh wow, you really have been in hiding.
Uh Rach, Kurt and I broke up.
What? Yeah, it got pretty rough after everyone left and it was just him and me, alone in the loft.
I guess we're "too young.
" Everybody says this is exactly what happens to high school relationships after the first year of college, but I I thought we were different.
I'm really sorry.
I got super depressed after we broke up, and, uh my schoolwork sort of started to slip and I got cut from NYADA.
What? Uh when are you gonna go back to New York? I think I'm going to take a little break.
I wanted to be home, too.
Yeah.
I moved in back with my parents.
And I-I got a job.
At Dalton.
I am the new coach for the Warblers.
But you don't you don't need a college degree for that? Well, I'm not a real teacher, but the faculty advisor got Ebola or something, so the timing was perfect.
You know what? I think we need to make a promise to each other.
And I think that, from here on out, it's you and me, together, and we are going to turn these lemons into lemonade.
Okay? All right.
Lift up your head Wash off your mascara Here, take my Kleenex Wipe that lipstick away Show me your face Clean as the morning I know things were bad But now they're okay Suddenly Seymour Is standing beside you You don't need no makeup Don't have to pretend Suddenly Seymour Is here to provide you Sweet understanding Seymour's your friend Nobody ever Treated me kindly Daddy left early And Mama was poor I'd meet a man And I'd follow him blindly He's snap his fingers And me, I'd say sure Suddenly Seymour Suddenly Seymour He purified me Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh Yes, suddenly Seymour Suddenly Seymour He showed me I can Showed me I can Learn how to be more The girl that's inside me With sweet understanding Sweet understanding With sweet understanding Sweet understanding With sweet understanding Understanding Seymour's your Man America Ohio's winningest cheerleading coach is now Ohio's winningest principal.
Test scores are up, body mass indexes are down.
How'd I do it? The Sue Sylvester Three-Point Plan.
One: a complete dietary overhaul.
Protein shakes and raw kale.
What am I supposed to do with saltpeter? Well, if you sprinkle it on your kale, keep your sex drive down.
Bon appétit.
Sue Sylvester is triumphant.
Number two: mandatory random weigh-ins and body shaming.
Uh-uh.
Step up.
Into the pigpen.
Three: occasionally releasing hounds.
My crowning achievement? Getting rid of that glee club.
Making sure that every last one of those sitter-diddled transvestites were forcibly transferred to other schools and converting this place into the beehive of learning it is today.
Heck, I even got William that job at Carmel High to assure myself nothing but blissful night's sleeps.
Look at this place.
I am helping to create the next great innovators in this country.
You know why America's falling behind? Because every kid thinks they should be a rap mogul or a movie star.
Yes, young man whose name I will never care to know, if there's one thing I am most proud of, it's the fact that I have proven, once and for all, young minds do not need the humanities or the arts.
I'll admit it.
It's been a rough few months, but all things considered, I'm feeling okay.
Year three of NYADA is about to start, and that means work study program.
In year three, all students are required to go out into the world and hone their craft as pseudo-professionals.
We're encouraged to be creative, get out of New York, shake things up.
I'm lucky because I've already secured my internship at the Lexington Retirement Home, where I will spend a year directing a stage production of The Real Housewives that I wrote myself.
And speaking of shaking things up, since I broke up with Blaine, I haven't been seeing anyone out of respect to him, but I finally decided to take the plunge.
I got on Tindr, and I signed up for an afternoon of speed dating.
Hi, I'm Rich.
- I'm Barry.
- My name's John.
Kurt.
I do pirate reenactments and I'm also a psychic.
I am an accountant by day, and by night, I am also an accountant.
To pay the rent, I work at a Mediterranean-themed vegan restaurant for pets.
I'm getting something.
I sense that you just broke up with someone.
That-that's amazing.
Uh, I-I did.
I-I was actually engaged.
Uh, he asked me.
I-I feel like that's important for people to know, but I'm the one who called it off.
Yeah, he-he's a great guy, and if I learned Wait, you haven't dated since you broke up, have you? Wow, you are psychic.
I don't need to be a psychic to tell that you're not over this dude.
We're going up against Mr.
Shue at sectionals, so I could really use whatever notes you have on how the Warblers are doing.
You really don't want my notes.
I won the gold star at the loser Olympics.
You can flame out as spectacularly as you want on TV, but you're still Rachel Berry, and Rachel Berry is a show choir genius.
Bow Bah, dah It's late in the evening Glass on the side Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh I've been sat with you For most of the night Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh Ignoring everybody here We wish they would disappear Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh So maybe we could get down now Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh I don't want to know Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh If you're getting ahead of the program I want you to be mine, lady Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh To hold your body close Take another step into the no-man's-land For the longest time, lady Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh I need you, darling Come on, set the tone If you feel you're falling Won't you let me know Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh If you love me Come on, get involved Feel it rushing through you From your head to toe Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Sing Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Can you feel it? All they guys in here don't even want to dance Can you feel it? All that I can hear Is music from the back Can you feel it? I found you hiding here So won't you take my hand, darling? Before the beat kicks in again Can you feel it? Ooh Oh-oh Can you feel it? No, no, no, no Oh, no If you love me, come on, get involved Feel it rushing through you From your head to toe Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Sing! Oh, my God.
So, um, any thoughts? Oh, my gosh, well, I have three.
First of all, that was incredible.
Second of all, you're way past the maximum age to be dancing and singing with these guys.
And third, thank you.
That was the first time I've laughed and smiled in a really long time.
Of course.
Come on, let's go! My grandma's got one leg, and she can run faster than that! Go! I need water.
Could you stop being such a whiny Hummel and get back in there? Um, excuse me, I haven't been out of this school for that long, but when I was here, we worked really hard to make sure bullies like you don't use words like that.
Rachel, no, it's cool.
Spencer is totally gay.
Kind of a post-modern gay teen.
You see, positive representations of gays in the mass media has given me the confidence I need to be myself, which, turns out is kind of an arrogant jerk.
Oh, and your show sucked.
Isn't he a sweetheart? You're gonna let him disrespect you like that? Look, like I said, Rachel, okay, I'm the assistant coach, okay? I can't yell at them like Coach Beiste.
Come on! If salmon had legs, we'd have it for dinner, not breakfast! Okay, these guys are really good.
Yeah, they are.
Yeah, Sue, uh, spent the off-season recruiting players from all over the state.
She actually bought a, uh, apartment complex and moved all the families into.
I think it's legal.
But what about the arts? What about music and painting? It's not right.
What about the kids that don't play sports? Look, Rachel, I agree with you, okay? If you have a problem, just take it up with Sue.
Can I help you? I'm here to speak with Sue Sylvester.
It's okay, Janet.
Let her in.
Janet is part of the free labor arrangement I have with the Ohio Department of Corrections.
She's a convicted counterfeiter.
But don't worry, she's chained to the desk.
Congratulations, BTW.
The, uh, humiliating public nature of your epic flame out exceeded my expectations in a major way.
Look, I'm not here to talk about me.
I'm here to talk about the glee club.
Well, there is no glee club.
In fact, I exterminated all the arts programs at this school.
You can't deprive these kids an education in music and theater.
Oh, I can and I did.
And it about you, Rachel.
You were the very best the arts had to offer.
Which means the arts, clearly, don't have much to offer, now do they? There is no glee club at this school.
There will never be a glee club at this school as long as I'm in charge.
Now get the hell out of my office before I sic a convicted felon on you.
I've been watching her out of the corner of my eye for the last few minutes.
I'm pretty sure she's fashioning a shiv.
You want to order? Uh, no, I'll wait.
Uh, hot date.
Hi.
Sorry.
I know I'm a little late, but it's really coming down, and I also had to stop by the Mercer Kitchen just to check on something.
You're never gonna guess.
So, it turns out that they are totally available on Labor Day for our wedding.
Why am I always the first one to arrive? Um, did you not hear what I just said? They're available for the wedding on Labor Day.
Okay, l-let's-let's just order.
I'm starving.
I don't want to fight about this, but I really feel like the whole wedding planning thing, it's just all falling on me.
What's the matter? Tell me.
Are Are you having second thoughts? Have you noticed how exhausting it's been ever since you moved back in? The other day, we got into a three-hour fight because I used a towel to wipe off my mouth while there was still toothpaste on my face.
Well, how is someone else supposed to use it when you leave it like that? Living together is supposed to be a trial run, and I got to tell you, I think we are failing it.
Thank you for finally saying something truthful.
Where's that guy been? Huh? Where have you been? You've been completely aloof and totally remote and distant.
It's like I don't even know you anymore.
I feel like you're just silently judging me.
What do you even want anymore? Do you even want this wedding? Do you even want to marry me? Maybe I don't! What changed? Was it something that I did? Because Because you know I love you, I love you so much.
And I-I really think we can make this work.
I love you, too.
But we-we're kids.
Look.
We had a great run, but let's just call it quits before we completely hate each other.
I will never forgive you for this.
Kurt Hummel? Hey.
I'm Ricardo.
Sorry to keep you waiting.
My spin class ran late.
I Are you okay? I-I-I'm sorry.
I have to go.
Bop, bop, bop, bop.
Bop-bop, bop, tsa-tsa-tsa.
Thoughts? Come on, Danny, pay attention.
You're the only person I trust to show this stuff to.
You see, Vocal Adrenaline is not like the New Directions! They're all about precision and big dance ensembles.
Perfection.
Can't rely on my old tricks if I want to get us a win at sectionals, which means no waiting till the last minute, no Mercedes to park and bark, and no Journey.
What I need to know is if I'm crazy for considering having the entire team do a synchronized backflip.
Ha! Oh, why do I worry about anything when I get to come home every night and see that face? Come on, you want to learn some of Daddy's dance moves? Here we go, you ready? You ready? A five, six, seven, eight.
Bop, Ba-dop Ba-dop, bop, bop-Ba Bop, Ba-dop Ba-dop, Ba Bop, bop Ba-dop, bop, bop-Ba Bop, bop Ba-dop, Ba Have you seen her? So fine and pretty Fooled me with her style and ease And I feel her From across the room Yeah, it's love in the third degree Ooh Baby, baby Won't you turn your head my way? Ooh Baby, baby Well, don't skip romance 'Cause you're old enough To dance the night away Ooh, baby Dance, dance, dance the night away Ah, come on, baby, baby Dance the night away.
All right! Great job, guys.
It's, uh, it's getting better.
Remember, my office door is always open if any of you have any problems, so, um Am I dreaming? Is that star of stage and screen Rachel Berry? I think the correct term is "unhireable.
" Come on, your show wasn't that bad.
I actually liked, um a-a bunch of it.
You're a terrible liar.
No, I've just always seen the best in you.
When I was in high school and everyone thought I was a loser, I knew that one day I would have the chance to show them the truth.
And, well, I got my shot, and all I did was prove them right.
That was just one misstep, Rachel.
Yeah, well, that's really all you get these days.
No, I don't believe that.
I mean, there's always something else, especially for someone as talented as you are.
I mean, look at me.
Here.
Yeah, I lost the New Directions! But now I'm coaching the most famous glee club in the world.
Yeah, which I have some pretty strong feelings about.
I wanted to keep coaching, and McKinley doesn't have a glee club anymore.
Well, that never stopped you before.
I don't have any fight left in me, Rachel.
I have a baby, and, uh And Carmel pays five times what McKinley did.
This is a good thing.
Besides, it's not like any of you guys are there anymore.
Well No, don't, please.
Don't give me some speech about being a part of something special makes you special, and that I should just believe in myself, because we're way past that.
How about this? Have you ever seen a guy shoot a bow and arrow? When would I have seen that? Wait, well, here-here it is.
The power is created by the bending of the bow, okay? So-so the more the more the bow bends, the more potential energy is created.
Life's challenges are just the bending of the bow.
Well, think about it.
Okay.
The bigger the challenge, the more the bow bends, the more potential you create to do something amazing.
Right.
All you have to do is just find a purpose.
- Find the arrow that you're gonna put in that bow.
- Okay.
- You still got it.
- I still got it! Oh, my God.
No.
No.
The only difference with my situation is that the bow didn't just bend, it broke.
- What's going on? - We're here for an intervention.
Rachel, we want to help you.
We are gonna watch.
That's So Rachel.
On, no.
No, we're not.
No, we're not, you guys.
No, no, I think it's time.
- I think you're ready to face your fears.
- No, I I don't think so, Blaine.
Until you sit and watch That's So Rachel and realize it really wasn't that bad, you're never gonna get over it.
- Is this really happening right now? - Mm-hmm.
Ah, here we go.
- I am so tired - Oh, my God, you guys.
From that train ride from Ohio.
Oh, thank heavens I inherited this loft from my two dead gay grandmothers.
Looks just like your apartment.
It's nice.
Rachel, look! It's my grandmothers s' purple piano! I learned how to play on this! Uh, excuse me? That's my piano.
It came with the apartment.
Wait.
Someone else lives here? That's right.
- I'm Nittany Cuthbert, - Oh, my God.
- And this is Infiniti Domingo.
- It's uncanny.
I feel like I can't breathe.
What y'all doing in the apartment we bought two years ago? And I'm Blartie, and I live here, too.
I knew it was too good to be true.
It's so horrible! No, it's not that bad.
Blaine.
It's horrible.
Here, Rachel.
I thought these guys could help you with your audition for Cats.
Oh, the cats! The cats were the worst part, you guys.
They have cancer.
Ugh! And then they started spraying everywhere.
Cert! Where have you been? Let's just say I fed my worm to a warbler.
He is so funny.
Come here, kitty.
Ah.
- Oh, my God.
- Nailed him.
It looks like Cert forgot to take his narcolepsy medicine.
- He'll be fine.
- Yeah.
I thought you were gonna be singing.
- Where's the singing? - Well, they cut it.
Gosh, Rachel, New York is the worst.
- Even the muggers have muggers.
- Well, what happened? I was I was robbed at gunpoint, and paralyzed in fear.
And I'm paralyzed.
Anyway, Rachel Line! Okay, uh, Mr.
Shue, can we just please pause it? - I-I can't watch anymore.
I get it.
Like - All right.
Please.
I think it's charming.
- It's a monstrosity.
- Oh, you're right.
I mean, this isn't the beginning that you had hoped for, but it is still a beginning.
And since when are you a girl who does it the easy way? It's just a TV show; it's not who you are.
I mean, you're not gonna be defined by this failure.
The future will judge you based on what you do to come back from it.
Look, I know you've been through this with Sue Sylvester, but she's wrong.
Depriving a student an education in the arts is so I agree.
I think the arts are extremely important.
But unfortunately, the principals are in charge - of the schools.
- Right, but aren't you in charge of the principals? Even if I wanted to go over Sue Sylvester's head, and reinstate the Glee Club, it would be impossible at this point.
The budget's already been set for the year, and there is no money for any new programs.
What if I gave the money? I-I have some left over from That's So Rachel.
It's not much, but I'd be willing to donate it if it meant bringing back the Glee Club.
Hmm.
You know I have to admit, I wouldn't mind seeing Sue Sylvester taken down a peg.
I mean, the grades are up, but I'm not sure about the caning.
I have a sneaking suspicion she's angling for my job.
That would not surprise me.
All right.
You've got a deal.
- On one condition.
- Okay.
- You run it.
- Excuse me? I don't know, Rachel, you seem like the perfect candidate to me.
Hey, Rachel.
Oh.
I showed up.
Six months ago you said that we would all meet at that spot outside the loft, 'cause no matter what, our friendships were the most important thing.
Well, I was the only one who showed up.
And you were clearly in the midst of a nervous breakdown.
And well, Blaine well, I-I blew it.
I blew the best thing that ever happened to me.
Are you sure you're not just saying that because you're lonely? I mean, New York must feel pretty empty without all of us there.
No.
Blaine's the love of my life.
I started seeing this therapist who said that I have this thing with love.
You know, men fight as a way to stay connected, but Blaine wasn't like that.
He wasn't afraid of intimacy.
Ha-has he said anything? He-he seems to be in a good place about it.
Well, that's great.
Well, m-maybe I can fix it.
D-Do you think you can arrange a meeting between he and I in-in a neutral place somewhere here in Lima? Uh, I'm confused.
How do you plan to fix things long distance? Well maybe it doesn't have to be long distance.
Look, I I want to be here with you guys.
Uh, you've got to help me.
Maybe we can have our redemption here together.
I think I have the perfect idea.
Thank you so much, gentlemen.
Yeah, we know that in the past the Glee Club and the AV Club have had friendly relations.
And we plan to keep that intact.
And we promise to learn your names, yes.
And that goes for the band, too.
What is this? We're bringing back the Glee Club.
I went over your head and got express written consent from the superintendent and there is nothing you can do to stop us.
Let me get this straight.
The superintendent gave you permission to demolish a state-of-the-art computer lab to make room for a glee club.
He may have been aware that this was a computer lab.
And who will be running this glee club? You, Rachel? And me.
It's part of my third-year work study program at NYADA.
Okay, well, I have to, uh, admit I'm surprised at the speed with which two of the Glee Club's more promising graduates have tucked their tails between their legs and snuck back to high school.
And while I'm always tickled at the sheer novelty of having a middlesex like porcelain, 'cause it's just so whimsical to talk to somebody who looks and sounds so much like a gay cartoon walrus, you, Rachel Berry, well, you crossed a line.
I don't appreciate being told off.
When we met up in New York, you insulted me in front of my beau.
Simply because I flew a thousand miles to be at your opening night so I could walk out in the middle and have sex all over your apartment.
And then you do this.
You two have just entered Sue Sylvester's Thunderdome.
And I will show you no mercy.
Give no quarter, and my battle with Will Schuester will look like two adorable little baby pandas play wrestling in comparison to what I'm going to unleash on both of you.
You will beg for death.
When will it come? You think you bottomed out with that abomination of a TV show you ran? No, Rachel Berry, your national nightmare has just begun.
You smell like a nursing home.
Just be cool.
Keep your words as straight as an arrow.
Hi! I hope you weren't waiting long.
Uh, no, no.
H-Hi! Hi.
Hello.
Hi.
Hi.
Um, I-I appreciate you coming to see me.
I-I would understand if you had told me to screw off.
No! No, no.
I-I've wanted to see you, uh Well, I-I'm here to get you back.
I-I don't mean to blurt it out like that, but for-for the sake of clarity, you should know that first I'm going to get your forgiveness and-and then I'm gonna get your heart back.
Um I'm seeing someone.
Don't cry.
Be cool.
Smile, Oh, God.
I'm gonna be sick.
And I, I wanted to tell you in person especially because you know him.
Please don't say Sebastian Smythe.
Hey, Kurt! Karofsky.
I knew this would be a little weird for you.
It's a living nightmare! What? No, it's-it's not weird at all.
No, uh-uh, so, how'd you two meet up again? Well, um, it was actually just a few months ago right here as a matter of fact.
I was a little bored.
So, I decided to come to Country Bear Nights here at Scandals, and there was Dave doing the Electric Slide.
Fun! Yeah.
We got to talking mo-mostly, mostly about you.
I was just so angry with what had happened.
And it was just me venting about the breakup.
But I reminded him, you know, how much you helped me during that dark time in my life.
And, uh, just, you know, you forgave me for all the crap I put you through.
Anyway, we got to talking, hanging out, and here we are.
Here we are.
Yogi and Boo Boo.
That's his nickname for us 'cause I'm his big bear and he's my little cub.
Aah! I'm gonna be sick! I'm gonna throw up! And when did Blaine start liking bears?! I know this isn't what you wanted.
And I know this isn't gonna be easy, but I just wanted all of us to be able to be adults about this.
And I'm hoping we can be friends.
You know, we can all hang out and stuff.
Sounds like fun.
Um, if-if-if can you excuse me.
I have to use the restroom.
Perfect.
Definitely want this.
Put it right there.
I always thought one day Finn would take this place over.
Yeah, well, it's just for a couple months till I get my feet on the ground.
You know what that means yet? Broadway.
It was always my dream.
Still is.
I had it once and I lost it, but I'm gonna get it back.
So don't bet against me.
I never have and I never will.
I, um I wanted to bring you something.
I think it belongs right here.
And just a little friendly reminder, you're gonna be facing off against Blaine and me at sectionals, so, um, I think it's time you start recruiting.
Yeah.
I think you're gonna like it here.
The snow glows white on the mountain tonight Not a footprint to be seen A kingdom of isolation And it looks like I'm the queen And the wind is howling Like this swirling storm inside Couldn't keep it in Heaven knows I tried Don't let them in, don't let them see Be the good girl you always have to be Conceal, don't feel Don't let them know Well, now they know Let it go, let it go Can't hold it back anymore Let it go, let it go Turn away and slam the door I don't care What they're going to say Let the storm rage on The cold never bothered me anyway It's funny how some distance Makes everything seem small And the fears that once controlled me Can't get to me at all It's time to see what I can do To test the limits And break through No right, no wrong No rules for me I'm free Let it go, let it go I'm one with the wind and sky Let it go, let it go You'll never see me cry Here I stand In the light of day Let the storm rage on The cold never bothered me anyway.