Dinner chez Fabray. It's all very tense (although I'm delighted to hear that Mrs. Fabray cures all her own meats), until Mr. Fabray stands up to deliver a long-winded toast about what a remarkable family he has. As he drones on, Finn's heart starts beating in his ears. Before he faints, he stands up and announces that he has to go to the bathroom. In the bathroom, Finn calls Kurt (who is ironing) and tells him that he's freaking out. He asks Kurt what a heart attack feels like, and Kurt tells him to remember the power of the ballad. Finn: "I have to go, they'll think I'm pooping." And then, after a couple of warm up karate moves in the bathroom mirror, Finn walks into the dining room with the little boombox from the kitchen. He pops in a CD and starts singing "You're Having My Baby." The Fabrays look charmed at first, but it doesn't take them long to realize that the lyrics should be understood quite literally. Mr. Fabray cuts off the music and glares at Finn. Commercials.
Fabray living room. Mrs. Fabray is confused, because they raised Quinn right. Finn defends Quinn's honor, pointing out that they never even had sex. Mrs. Fabray asks him to please stop with the lying. Mr. Fabray tells a story about taking his two daughters to a baseball game, and about how Quinn fell asleep in his lap, and how much he wanted to take care of her in that moment. And just when you think that maybe he'll be okay, he tells Finn to leave. And then he tells Quinn to leave. Finn asks Mrs. Fabray to intercede, but Quinn tells him not to bother, since Mrs. Fabray had a chance to do something when she realized Quinn was pregnant and chose to ignore it. There's some more crying and some more shouting, and then Mr. and Mrs. Fabray leave Quinn and Finn alone in the living room.
Hudson basement. Mrs. Hudson is taking clothes out of the dryer. She hears Finn coming down the basement stairs, and starts to lecture him about not turning his t-shirts right-side-out. But she stops when she sees that Quinn is there. Finn tells her that Quinn's parents threw her out, and asks if she can stay for a few days. Mrs. H is a super-cool denim-vest-wearing mom, so she tells Quinn that she can stay with them as long as she wants.
Rachel is freshening her makeup in the girls' room when Suzy Pepper emerges from a stall and tells her, "Hey, Barbra Streisand. We need to have a little talk." Rachel accuses Pepper of stalking her and calls her the school crazy. Suzy Pepper: "I was crazy. Crazy in love." Rachel says that anything Suzy does will just make her and Mr. Schue's love grow stronger. Suzy Pepper: "Let me tell you a few things I learned from two years of intensive psychotherapy and an esophagus transplant. Lesson number one: You and Schue, it won't work." Rachel: "What do you mean?" S.P.: "We're not so different, you and me. We're both mildly attractive and extremely grating. Love is hard for us. We look for boys we know we can never have. Mr. Schue is a perfect target for our self-esteem issues. He can never reciprocate our feelings, which only reinforces the conviction that we're not worthy of being loved. Trust me, I'm a cautionary tale. You need to get some self-respect, Rachel. Get that mildly attractive groove back." I was wrong. Suzy Pepper is a lot more sane than Wendy Pepper will ever be. Comercials.