Rachel chases Sunshine down in the hallway and apologizes for sending her to the crack house. They should really make a card for these occasions. I guess the crack house wasn't so inactive, because the denizens therein stole Sunshine's sheet music and used it for toilet paper. Rachel promises to replace the sheet music if Sunshine will just come to the auditorium at 4:00 tomorrow. If I were Sunshine, I'd bring a couple of bodyguards with me. Maybe swallow some kind of GPS transmitter so the police can find the body.
And now it's 4:00 tomorrow. Sunshine, with the full Glee Club quintet behind her, introduces herself and tells them, "I'll be singing 'Listen' from the movie Dreamgirls." The entire Glee Club is in the audience. Rachel turns to everyone else and reminds them that Dreamgirls was on Broadway before it was a movie. [Though "Listen" was from the movie, not original from the show, so Rachel is just sounding even more obnoxious and ignorant than normal. -- Angel] They all "shhhh" her, except for Puck, who just tells her to shut up. And then Sunshine does a great job with the song. As the other kids get into it, you can see more and more panic on Rachel's face. Finn also has a panicked look on his face -- probably because he knows he'll have to deal with Rachel's breakdown after this is all over. When Sunshine finishes, everyone applauds and Will welcomes her to the Glee Club. Commercials.
Teachers' lounge. Will asks the Panther if he can join her at her table. She doesn't say a word, so he sits there anyway. He apologizes to her, telling her that he realizes now that he made her feel like an outsider, which is how he's always felt as a gleek. With a womanly sniff, she accepts his apology and they shake hands. And then Sue walks over to them with a tray and offers them a cookie as a peace offering. Will and the Panther start gagging over the stench, and Beiste asks Sue, "Are those dog poop cookies?" Sue claims that what they're smelling is the flaxseed oil she used because she's trying to look out for the health of the obese members of the faculty. Will tells her to back off, and Sue asks him if he's really turning on her in public. "The two of you are making a very serious mistake today, the likes of which has not been seen since the Mexican Indians sold Manhattan to George Washington for an upskirt photo of Betsy Ross." I see Sue's been studying those new Texas history books. Sue departs, leaving the dog poop cookies on the table. If Emma knew about those cookies, she would never be able to enter the teachers' lounge again.