Cut to "Benchwarmer's Sports Bar," where The Acafellas launch into their version of "Poison" by Bell Biv DeVoe, and as I somehow quite fortunately managed to escape the entire New Jack Swing movement in the early '90s, I have nothing to say about this except that Matthew Morrison looks unreasonably hot in a felt trilby, and that they've taped Henri's microphone to his hand. HA! By the end of the performance, it's clear Emma -- wearing yet another delightful outfit -- has fallen in love with Will all over again, but before we can deal with that, we have to head with Will over to the back corner of the bar, where Will's mom and dad have just sold the last of the seventeen Acafellas CDs the group saw fit to burn before this evening's performance. "And I didn't have to show any of them my bosoms!" Will's Chablis-swilling mom proudly announces, prompting his father to send her on her tottering way in search of some Sanka. Once she's wobbled off, Will's Father (and Will's parents never get proper names this evening, by the way, so apologies) admits he saved one of the seventeen CDs for his nonexistent grandson "so he can hear for himself how good his old man was," and before we can deal with that, Principal Figgins suddenly pops into the frame to congratulate Will on the "amazing performance." It was so amazing, in fact, that Figgins wants Acafellas to be the main event at next Thursday's PTA meeting. "I need those parents happy!" Figgins explains. "They found out we've been serving their children prison food!" Figgins vanishes as quickly as he'd appeared, and the next thing we know, we're back in...
Episode Report CardDemian: B+ | 2342 USERS: B
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